Last Week’s Top Reviews
The most-read reviews on publishersweekly.com last week were...
The Wisdom of Finance: Discovering Humanity in the World of Risk and Return
Ignore It! How Selectively Looking the Other Way Can Decrease Behavioral Problems and Increase Parenting Satisfaction
An Odyssy: A Father, a Son, and an Epic
From the Newsletters
Laura Dassow Walls, author of Henry David Thoreau: A Life, gives seven reasons why Thoreau still matters today.
Our preview of the spring’s top children’s books.
Milo Yiannopoulos reports selling 100,000 copies of his self-published Dangerous, but NPD BookScan tells a different story.
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PW senior writer Andrew Albanese talks about why librarians are feeling a little more optimistic, if still uncertain, about their federal funding for 2018.
Calvin Reid and Heidi MacDonald bring you interviews with comics artists, editors, and publishers, recorded live from the floor of San Diego Comic-Con.
Pam Smy discusses Thornhill, an eerie novel told in alternating written and visual narratives, about a girl named Ella who is mysteriously drawn to an abandoned building near her new home.
Paul Lynch discusses his new novel, Grace. Then PW editorial director Jim Milliot talks about Canadian bookseller Indigo’s possible move into the U.S.
Middle grade graphic novels are flying off the shelves.