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  • New Kids' and YA Books: Week of September 13, 2021
    Bear Is a Bear by Jonathan Stutzman, illus. by Dan Santat.
    09/09/2021
  • Cover Reveal: 'Cress Watercress'
    Analogously, David, you have illustrated children’s books that you also wrote, including the Bear and the Piano series, as well as those written by other authors—Rain Before Rainbows by Smriti Prasadam-Halls and War Is Over by David Almond.
    09/09/2021
  • Rights Report: Week of September 6, 2021
    This humorous bedtime picture book stars a child who is disappointed that his teddy bear is always too tired to play games like all the other children's cuddly toys do—but unbeknownst to him, behind the scenes, Teddy is awake all night heroically protecting the child from unwelcome visitors.
    09/09/2021
  • Children's Institute 9: A Virtual Conference in Photos
    Boo Stew is about “knowing who you are and following your heart.”Speaking from his studio in a wooden shed in his garden, Jonny Lambert told booksellers that his latest picture book, Bear and Bird: Learn to Share (DK), is based upon him (Bear) and his wife (Bird)
    09/08/2021
  • Foot Trodden: Portugal and the Wines That Time Forgot
    For those curious about the wider world of wine, this sweeping history will bear fruit.
    09/06/2021
  • New York, My Village
    Throughout, he strives to bear witness to the atrocities and lingering animosities of the Biafran War among compatriots living in the Bronx, in New Jersey, and in his village back home.
    09/06/2021
  • Bathe the Cat
    Pencil and watercolor scenes by Roberts (The Cook and the King) emphasize the increasing goofiness of the family’s repeated efforts to get their mess under control, and light rhymes by McGinty (A Story for Small Bear) pair smartly with the amusing concept.
    09/06/2021
  • Religion and Spirituality Bestsellers: August 2021
    The #2 title Love Bears All Things, also by an Amish fiction specialist, Beth Wiseman, was originally released in 2016.
    09/03/2021
  • Q & A with Christian McKay Heidicker
    The original Scary Stories for Young Foxes short story was an homage to the Berenstain Bears’ spookier installments.
    09/02/2021
  • Equity Firm Buys Follett School Solutions
    She said that, while FSS has been a successful company, it is time to shift the mindset of employees and to transition the business.Follett added that Covid-19 did not have a direct bearing on looking for a sale.
    09/01/2021
  • Look to the Sun
    Among the few possessions she has of her parents’ is a crate of copies of Red Sunrise, a rare, banned work of fiction written 15 years ago whose plot bears an uncanny resemblance to the current political unrest in Sanmarian.
    08/30/2021
  • The Barn
    It remembers its construction, a barn raising involving hazy-faced, largely pink-skinned neighbors, and explains the source of its strength: “Triangles keep me sturdy/ Large wooden beams bear my weight.”
    08/30/2021
  • The Wicked Widow
    Ella’s aunt Julie asks her to use her investigative skills as a financial analyst to dig up dirt on Senator Frank Hardcastle, a presidential candidate who was once married to another relative of Ella and Julie’s, and to whom Julie bears a grudge.
    08/30/2021
  • New Titles from Self-Publishers: End of August 2021
    Booksellers, publishers, librarians, and agents are encouraged to look at the 99 self-published titles below.
    08/30/2021
  • The Me Tree
    Oblivious, Bear declares, “A tree just for me!
    08/30/2021

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