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  • On-Screen and On-Point: Author Presentations Go Digital
    We’ve gathered some noteworthy examples of how authors are tailoring their outreach to meet the needs of students and educators during the pandemic.Following an effective formula, Jonathan Auxier developed a new presentation for Willa the Wisp (Abrams), combining a readaloud with different character voices, a
    12/14/2020
  • Flex: Reinventing Work for a Smarter, Happier Life
    Working and living flexibly, Auerbach writes, challenges “social norms like women bearing the brunt of the emotional load at home,” and allows employees to be happier and more creative.
    12/14/2020
  • The Loneliest Polar Bear: A True Story of Survival and Peril on the Edge of a Warming World
    He describes an Alaskan Inupiat village where rising temperatures have impacted hunters and surveys “all the ways humans and polar bears” are “inextricably tangled,” skillfully interweaving the dramatic survival struggle in the Arctic with the no-less-emotional work of conservationists who have used polar bears12/14/2020
  • A Wolf After My Own Heart
    Davidson returns to the delightfully bonkers paranormal world of Bears Behaving Badly for this hilarious second BeWere My Heart romance.
    12/14/2020
  • The Best Place in the World
    The sequence repeats as Hare asks Bear, a group of little birds, and others.
    12/07/2020
  • Spring 2021 Announcements: Science
    CrownForgetting: The Benefits of Not Remembering by Scott Small (July 13, $28, ISBN 978-0-593-13619-5) makes a case that daily bouts of forgetting have huge benefits for human cognition and creativity, drawing on art, animals, and medicine as reference points.The Loneliest Polar Bear12/07/2020
  • Spring 2021 Announcements: Poetry
    Ruminative and searching, brash and brave, these collections ask and recast questions of identity while exploring the richness of contemporary life.Top 10American MelancholyJoyce Carol Oates.
    12/07/2020
  • Spring 2021 Announcements: Politics & Current Affairs
    Bloomsbury, June 1 ($28, ISBN 978-1-63557-425-8)Anderson views the Second Amendment through the lens of racial justice, arguing that the right to bear arms has always been used to oppress Black Americans.The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together H
    12/07/2020
  • On Thin Ice: PW Talks with Kale Williams
    In The Loneliest Polar Bear (Crown, Mar.), journalist Williams studies the ties between polar bears, humans, and climate change.What led you to the topic of polar bears?
    12/07/2020
  • Spring 2021 Announcements: Business & Economics
    Houghton Mifflin HarcourtWhat to Do with Your Money When Crisis Hits by Michelle Singletary (May 4, $24, ISBN 978-0-358-57210-7) guides consumers on how to protect their money in the face of economic recession, pandemics, or bear markets.
    12/07/2020
  • This Eternity of Masks and Shadows
    Teaming up with the Inuit polar bear god Nanook, now known as Detective Nook Bedard, Cairn sets out to find the killer as she uncovers her late mother’s darkest secrets.
    12/07/2020
  • Children's Starred Reviews 2020
    I like clever stuff, but more and more I find I want it to hit your heart.”Savage’s 2015 picture book Supertruck (Roaring Brook) received a Geisel Honor, and 2004’s Polar Bear Night by Lauren Thompson (Scholastic Press) was a New York Times Best Illustrated Book.
    12/02/2020
  • Road Trip! a Whiskers Hollow Adventure
    Scale is comically skewed: Bear, the protagonist, front-ends his pink pickup truck into a ginormous acorn, thus necessitating a road trip to find a replacement headlight.
    11/30/2020
  • Soviet Visuals
    There are plenty of photographs (a toddler meeting a baby polar bear on Wrangel Island; children taking “light baths” in front of UV lamps to tackle Vitamin-D deficiencies) and posters (one shows a group of scientists discussing their work, captioned, “the power and future of our country
    11/30/2020
  • Anonymouse
    Anonymouse eventually moves on, and “the art faded, became obscured or disappeared completely,” writes VanSickle (Teddy Bear of the Year)—but his art’s affirmation of the animals’ lives isn’t forgotten.
    11/30/2020

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