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  • Mass Market Notes
    When a fortune-hunter traps her into an engagement, her hopes for the future wilt until James, The Irresistible MacRae, arrives bearing a message from a family friend.
    12/02/2002
  • Galley Talk
    Then there's Walt's friend, Henry Standing Bear, aka “The Cheyenne Nation,” a remarkably stalwart backup, and the new recruit, Dog (literally a big beast).
    04/20/2009
  • Jean Auel Rides Again
    Since it began in 1980 with The Clan of the Cave Bear,Auel's series has produced a succession of No. 1 bestsellers, and has sold more than 34 million copies worldwide.
    06/18/2001
  • NBF Honors “5 Under 35”
    The authors, a mix of previous NBA finalists, winners or people who’ve simply shown promise, are Kristin Allio (Garner, Coffee House Press, 2005), Dinaw Mengetsu (The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears, Riverhead, 2007), Asali Solomon (Get Down: Stories, Farrar, Straus &
    09/24/2007
  • Gregory Rogers, 1957-2013
    The first Australian to receive the Carnegie Medal, for Libby Hathorn’s Way Home (Knopf, 1994), Rogers is best known in this country for his sequence of three wordless picture books that began with The Boy, the Bear, the Baron, the Bard (Roaring Brook/Porter, 2004), which
    05/02/2013
  • Mirra Ginsburg 1909—2000
    Ginsburg's best-known children's books are adaptations of Russian and Eastern European stories and folktales, including Good Morning, Chick , The Two Greedy Bears and Clay Boy .
    02/26/2001
  • Random To Take Over Blue Apple Distribution
    Its bestselling titles include Alphabeasties, Bear in Underwear, Stella is a Star, and Doodles at Breakfast, one of a series of placemat books for kids that has sold more than 200,000 copies.
    01/21/2011
  • RH Kids Group Starts Spanish-Language Imprint
    The new imprint, Random House Para Niños, will publish titles that feature characters from Disney, Sesame Street and the Berenstain Bears.
    02/11/2002
  • Mass Market Note
    Despite the book's dated premise, Georgina is a complex heroine who bears weaknesses to match her ample strengths, and Danks's clean, snappy prose keeps the story moving at a fast clip.
    01/20/2003
  • Art Check: Rayner's Colorful New Croc
    For years, Edinburgh author-illustrator Catherine Rayner has been making fans of kids and critics with her exhuberant, vividly illustrated picture books, including Harris Finds His Feet and The Bear Who Shared, populated by friendly animals and bright colors.
    12/16/2011
  • The Art of Licensing
    The company holds rights for properties from Disney (including Finding Nemo, Disney Princesses, Lilo & Stitch and the upcoming film Brother Bear), Nickelodeon (SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora the Explorer) and Cartoon Network (Scooby-Doo, Powerpuff
    08/18/2003
  • Zazzle Launches Candlewick Press Shop
    “We are excited to partner with Zazzle to give families an opportunity to enjoy some of the best-loved Candlewick picture books in a new way,” said Mary McCagg, licensing and key property development director for Candlewick.The initial Candlewick offering includes items with art from Leslie Patricelli’s Huggy
    06/04/2015
  • Fall 2010 Flying Starts
    Our fall picks: Adam Gidwitz, whose A Tale Dark and Grimm inventively combines retold tales with new material, with Hansel and Gretel in starring roles; Kiersten White, whose novel Paranormalcy tells of a teenager who bears the responsibility of keeping paranormal beings under control, but longs
    12/20/2010
  • Harlequin Teams With 'Cosmo' for Book Line
    The titles will bear both the Harlequin and Cosmopolitan logos.
    12/04/2012
  • Amazon Opening Second NYC Bookstore
    The storefront, which now bears a banner reading “Amazon Books Coming Soon,” is across the street from the Empire State Building.An Amazon spokesperson told PW that the store is on track to open this summer.
    04/04/2017

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