- First Books About First Dog
Patrick Lewis and his daughter Beth Zapitello, illustrated by Tim Bowers, scheduled for an April 6 release by Sleeping Bear Press; Which Puppy?
- What Was Hot?
Inkadinkadoo, a rubber stamp marketer, spotlighted its new lines, including Spot, Maisy, Babar, the Beginner's Bible and Paddington Bear.
- Cengage Faces New Class Action Suit From Authors
"The Publishing Agreements, however, do not provide for the application of this made-up formula that serves to enrich Cengage, and reduce the royalty-bearing revenue of its authors."
- Four Questions for Jan Brett
How did the three bears of Goldilocks become octopuses?
- Fairy Tales Gone Bad: An Excerpt from 'Lies, Knives, and Girls in Red Dresses'
Did that make me a bipolar bear?
- This Week in Apps: December 2, 2011
Title: The Berenstain Bears Trim the Tree Publisher: Oceanhouse Media Release date: November 30, 2011 Price: $0.99 Background: Join the Berenstain Bears as they decorate their Christmas tree in their first ever "lift-the-flap" app.
- In Brief: November 15
The show brings to life The Very Hungry Caterpillar; Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
- PW Online and On Air: Week of July 3, 2017
Campbell, author of the literary puzzle Found Audio, picks 10 books that delightfully puzzle the reader.Children’s BookshelfPaddington Bear creator Michael Bond died on June 27 at age 91.BookLife ReportHow an indie author found her niche with a successful line of travel guides.PodcastsWeek Ahead PW senior
- Children's Picture Book Bestsellers
Greenwillow, $15.99 ISBN 0-06-058828-4 9 Bears.
- Oprah Strikes a Balance
Bearing in mind recent book club-related events, readers and Oprah-watchers are no doubt hoping that Mistry will accept her latest choice with grace and humility.
- Avon Books Joins Ovarian Cancer Awareness Campaign
Avon has made an initial donation of $25,000 to the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance and has also committed to donating 25 cents from the sale of each book and e-book bearing OCNA’s "K.I.S.S. and Teal" logo and motto, sold between August 30 and February 28 of next year.
- Grant for Midlist Children's Book Authors Established
The honor recipients were Ann Whitford Paul, author of Little Monkey Says Goodnight; and Barbara Diamond Goldin, author of The Girl Who Lived with the Bears.
- New Study Tracks Canadian Publishers' Digital Progress
"It will be interesting to see how the current trends bear out for small, mid-sized, and large publishers in the coming years,” she said.A free copy of the report can be downloaded here, and a complete infographic highlighting key takeaways from the survey can be found here.
- Cambridge UP Buys Medical House
Existing stock will continue to ship with GMM ISBNs, but as new books are published, they will bear Cambridge ISBNs and spines.
- Tokyopop Goes Left
The publisher is also offering retailers a nine-pocket floor dump, bearing the slogan "Manga done the right-to-left way."