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  • National Book Network Adds Children's Line
    NBN Kids' first clients are the six-year-old Herrington Teddy Bears in Costa Mesa, Calif., which creates plush for businesses like Hard Rock Café and Mercedes-Benz, and which will inaugurate its book publishing division this October; Eaglemont
  • Religion Scholars Meeting Biggest Ever
    One first-time exhibitor this year was Inner Traditions/Bear & Co., which was there offering its extensive selection of titles on Mary Magdalene and other books on what it calls "alternative Christianity" (can you say Da Vinci Code?).
  • 'Vote 4 Failure' Contest Allows Readers to Pick Next Timmy Failure Cover
    Pastis was inspired to change up the routine of a daily comic strip in 2013 and developed Timmy Failure, an inept kid detective with a polar bear sidekick.
  • Staff Pick: How to Write a Thesis
    Bear with me, though.It’s a book I wish I had read in college and even more so in grad school, and one I’d even think to recommend to a few of my professors (see the section on academic humility).The book is How to Write a Thesis by the renowned Italian novelist and inte
  • Humble Bundle, Open Road Launch Sci-Fi Bundle
    The Humble Sci-Fi e-book Bundle launched July 10 offering digital editions of 11 science fiction titles by such authors as Greg Bear, Elizabeth Ann Scarborough and Barbara Hambly.
  • Top Bill-ings
    Still, as the column of record for bestseller scores, we think that some of the numbers bear repeating.
  • PBS Partners with Brighter Minds
    The company launched its publishing division in November 2004, and PBS Kids was its first license acquisition; it has since signed deals for Marvel, My Little Pony and Care Bears.
  • Children’s Picture Book Bestsellers
    Sterling, $16.95 ISBN 978-1-4027-478-23 4 The Three Snow Bears.
  • Handsold Favorite Jeannette Haien Returns
    The two books bear little resemblance to each other -- The All of It takes place in Ireland and tells the story of an incestuous sibling relationship; the second novel is about a married American couple separated by World War II, and is nearly three times as long as the first.
  • Fiction Notes
    Along with Shange, another contributor who is also the publisher, he bears most of the responsibility for this hodgepodge of one-night stands, dreams and crude innuendo, all stitched together with clichés, sentence fragments, painful dialogue and mixed metaphors.
  • Children's Books in China 2018: All Our Coverage
    Our coverage also includes original titles that these 15 publishers are bringing to the upcoming Bologna Book Fair, which will host China as its Guest of Honor.Note: This supplement was published with the support of the publishers covered below.Children's Books in China 2018: A Special ReportThe Contin
  • Chen Bochui Picture Book Award Winners Announced in Shanghai
    For the jury, this award is about “showcasing the very best in storytelling, illustration and presentation.”Awards are also given to the best contribution to children’s magazines and the best literary works, many with intriguing titles such as “Kakasha the Water Monster,” “Qingdie and the Celadon Plate,”
  • Alvin Plantinga, Philosopher, Wins 2017 Templeton Prize
    O’Brien Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame, said he hoped the honor will “encourage young philosophers, especially those who bring Christian and theistic perspectives to bear on their work, towards greater creativity, integrity, and boldness.”Awarded annually since 1972, the
  • First Look: The Whimsical world of Liniers's 'Macanudo #3'
    The most frequent appearances are from the little girl, Henrietta, her sneaky cat Fellini and her teddy bear Mandelbaum.
  • Candlewick Partners with Toon Books
    by Agnès Rosenstiehl, and Patrick in A Teddy Bear’s Picnic and Other Stories by Geoffrey Hayes.

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