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  • Spring 2022 Announcements: Cooking & Food
    This collection of boozy beverages gives home bartenders a chance to align with their astrological signs via chili-infused tequila, CBD drops, gummy bears, and more.
  • Sweep of Stars
    Broaddus brings to bear his experience as an educator and community organizer as the principle characters struggle to build and maintain a Black utopia even as the legacies of colonialism and the Maafa—the trans-Atlantic slave trade—still lurk in the background.
  • Northwind
    Finding himself alone with few supplies in early summer, Leif struggles to survive along shorelines and inlets that teem with bears and whales, all described with Paulsen’s characteristic attention to detail.
  • In Brief: December 2, 2021
    The picture book by the same name was published by Sleeping Bear Press in 2020.I Am an AmericanOn November 20, the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience located in Seattle, hosted (clockwise, from top l.) authors Martha Brockenbrough and Grace Lin, and illustrator Ju
  • Q & A with Seth Fishman and Jessixa Bagley
    In When I Wake Up, a young early-riser (“only the streetlights are on”) knows the rules: no climbing into Mom and Dad’s bed until 7 a.m.
  • Creating Through Cancer: Finding the Strength to Keep Writing
    Writing has given me a “why” to keep living and fighting, and as Frankl said, “Those who have a ‘why’ to live, can bear with almost any 'how.’ ” Lani Forbes, author of The Age of Seventh Sun series, is a California native and now resides in the Pacific Northwest.
  • Rights Report: Week of November 29, 2021
    Deirdre Jones at Little, Brown and Molly Powell at Hodder & Stoughton have acquired Elly Blake's new three-book fantasy series.
  • Dan Chaon's New Novel Confronts a Father's Sins
    Not so far off from Will Bear—minus the murder and mayhem.
  • Rights Report: Week of November 22, 2021
    In the picture book, a hungry bear and a hive of buzzing bees have a spirited standoff around some delicious honey.
  • The Awesome Human Project: Break Free from Daily Burnout, Struggle Less, and Thrive More in Work and Life
    It’s not a particularly novel revelation, but it bears repeating.
  • New and Forthcoming Titles on Diversity
    FOR ADULTSBEACONCity of Refugees: The Story of Three Newcomers Who Breathed Life into a Dying American TownSusan Hartman, May 2022An intimate portrait of the newcomers revitalizing the old manufacturing town of Utica, N.Y., by starting small businesses, renovating houses, and adding a fresh vitality to
  • Going Their Own Way: Exploring Heartland Publishing 2021
    If any one company embodies what it means to be a Heartland children’s publisher—doing things its own way to help children better understand a rapidly changing world—it might be Free Spirit Publishing in Minneapolis.
  • Borderline Fortune
    Instead, they dwell within suffering, bearing witness from a place where people have been “warped melancholy by our raising.”
  • The Book Biz Learns to Embrace Our Diverse Reality
    These include recent books about Native American history, land, and life: John Willis’s award-winning books Views from the Reservation and Mni Iconi/Water Is Life; Visual/Language, a collection of ledger drawings by Dwayne Wilcox, who is a member of the Oglala Lakota Tribe; and Stephen Strom’s
  • Manhunt
    The two meet up with Robbie, a gunslinging trans man bearing his own trauma, and together the three seek safety, facing waves of feral men, heavily armed TERFs (trans-exclusionary radical feminists) hell-bent on bringing about the extinction of trans women, and the labyrinthine dynamics of

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