Last Week’s Top Reviews

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Educated: A Memoir

Before We Were Yours

Still Me

Lost Connections: Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression—and the Unexpected Solutions

From the Newsletters

Tip Sheet

Brandon Hobson, author of Where the Dead Sit Talking, picks 10 essential Native American novels.

Children’s Bookshelf

Booksellers respond to the kid lit sexual harassment scandal.


Week Ahead

Is the e-book a “stupid product”? PW senior writer Andrew Albanese wades into the discussion sparked by Hachette CEO Arnaud Nourry, who made that claim to an Indian news outlet last week.

More to Come

Spoiler alert! The MTC crew recaps director Ryan Coogler’s new hit film, Black Panther, discussing the scripting, performances, and cinematography of a landmark moment in African-American pop culture. Plus, Heidi MacDonald visits the Long Beach Comic Con to interview Fanbase Press editor-in-chief Barbra Dillon about Quince, a new series nominated for a McDuffie Award for Diversity in Comics.


Authors Wendy Mass and Rebecca Stead discuss Bob, their new middle grade novel about an extraordinary friendship, as well as the joys of collaboration.

PW Radio

On the latest show, George Dohrmann discusses his new book, Superfans: Into the Heart of Obsessive Sports Fandom. Then PW’s v-p of business development, Carl Pritzkat, tells the cohosts about PW’s upcoming PubTech Connect conference.



The owner of a book and toy store sums up some of the bigger trends at the 115th North American International Toy Fair.