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  • 2019 Bookworm Festival in Photos
    Julia Sarcone-Roach signing copies of her picture book, There Are No Bears in This Bakery.
  • Big SMP Buy for 'New Pilcher'
    Martin's and publishes the too-infrequent novels of Rosamunde Pilcher, says he gets offered many books in her vein, but in vain; now at last he has found someone who seems to bear comparison with that popular author.
  • The On-Sale Calendar: December 2017 Children's Books
    by Jory John, illus. by Benji Davies (HarperCollins, $17.99; ISBN 978-0-06-237097-6). 75,000 copies.Remade: Plague Land by Alex Scarrow (Sourcebooks Fire, $10.99 paper; ISBN 978-1-4926-5210-6). 55,000 copies.The Berenstain Bears’ Big Machines by Mike Berensta
  • Amazon Steams Ahead
    Net income soared to $857 million from $92 million in the first half of 2015.Amazon’s cloud service, AWS, led the increase with sales up 58%, to $2.89 billion, and operating income jumping 135%, to $718 million.In its North American media category, which includes print and
  • Kobo Inks Deals with Nickelodeon, Blue Apple Books
    Through the deal with Blue Apple, which will see those 20 titles available in e-book format for the first time, Kobo will start retailing such works as Bear in Underwear and How the Meteorite Got to the Museum.Michael Tamblyn, Kobo president and chief content officer, hailed the Nickelodeon
  • Untangling Family Roots
    Most of her efforts bear little direct fruit (though in the end some answers turn up thanks to DNA testing), but gradually they do help her to better understand her father—a writer and professor, and later a drunk and deadbeat who left Senna's mother and their children.
  • Executive Promotions At Meredith Corp.
    In March, Meredith announced it was entering the children's publishing business and has signed licensing deals to publish SpiderMan 2 titles as well as books based on Strawberry Shortcake and Care Bears characters.
  • PW: Howard to Head Doubleday Paperbacks
    He also edited The Bear Comes Home by Rafi Zabor, which received this year's PEN/Faulkner Award for first novel.
  • Squire Goes Solo
    Lynch, who has been at the Penguin imprint for five years, has published such books as Dinaw Mengetsu's The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears and Ellis Avery's The Teahouse Fires.
  • 'New York Times Book Review' Announces Best Illustrated Children's Books of 2016
    Lewis (Penguin/Paulsen)The Cat from Hunger Mountain by Ed Young (Philomel)The Dead Bird by Margaret Wise Brown, illus. by Christian Robinson (Harper)The White Cat and the Monk by Jo Ellen Bogart, illus. by Sydney Smith (Groundwood)The Polar Bear by Jenni Desmond (Enchanted Lion)
  • First Look: The Breathtaking Beauty of ‘Love: The Fox’
    From the sleek fox foraging for food, to a passing polar bear and mother whale, Brrémaud and Bertolucci have focused on very specific acts of love in the animal kingdom.The second in a four-volume series of wordless graphic novels with animal protagonists—the next books follow a lion and t
  • 'N.Y. Times' Announces 2015 Best Illustrated Children's Books
    (Roaring Brook).Sidewalk Flowers by JonArno Lawson, illus. by Sydney Smith (Groundwood).Leo: A Ghost Story by Mac Barnett, illus. by Christian Robinson (Chronicle).The Only Child by Guojing (Random House/Schwartz & Wade).Funny Bones: Posada and His Day of the Dead Calaveras
  • Peanuts Gang Joins Put Me in the Story
    Good Grief, It’s Your Birthday and Cheer Up, Charlie Brown will be released in September.Since launching Put Me in the Story with three titles in late 2012, Sourcebooks has partnered with such popular brands as Sesame Workshop/Elmo, The Berenstain Bears, Anne Geddes, Nancy Tillman’s On the
  • Recipe: Yale College Punch
    Source : Steward & Barkeeper’s Manual, 1869 It bears repeating that a “quart” bottle of wine or spirits was actually one-sixth of a gallon and a “pint” one-twelfth.
  • This Week in Children's Apps: May 10, 2012
    Features: Touch the cuddling bears and see how the mother squeezes a little tighter, see the mother dogs' long and sloppy tongue licking her pup, the dancing hippos, animation and sound on every page, professional reading with write on text.

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