- New Titles from Self-Publishers: July 2020
Xlibris. $19.99 paper (152p), ISBN 978-1-9845-3945-8; $3.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-9845-3944-1AmazonA poetry collection that covers topics such as relationships, society, spirituality, ideas, and art.
- Chelsea Clinton's She Persisted Books Make the Move into Chapter Books
Harriet Tubman’s story is especially relevant today.
- Fall 2020 Children's Announcements: Publishers F-L
Ages 5–9.Violet the Snowgirl: A Story of Loss and Healing by Lisa L.
- Think Young: Christian Fiction Imprints Reach for Under-40 Readers
But new covers are featuring only graphic elements and brighter colors, particularly for contemporary fiction.Chris Jager, fiction buyer for Baker Book House in Grand Rapids, Mich., has seen a “natural progression of covers,” calling them “hipper covers with brighter colors, fewer people
- Fall 2020 Children's Announcements: Publishers A-E
A piglet stars in this story about overcoming challenges and frustrations.
- Fall 2020 Children's Announcements: Publishers R-Z
New Berenstain Bears stories by Stan and Jan Berenstain are Grandparents Are Great!
- Children’s Books for Fall 2020
“It’s a fun bedtime story,” she says.
- The Best Seat in the House: PW Talks with Michael Riedel
But I did not want to write a memoir or just rely on stories I had written.
- Children’s Booksellers Plan for an Uncertain Fall
“When people call or text or e-mail we take pictures of book covers.
- Children’s Writers Who Wear Multiple Hats
“The pages are covered with arrows remixing the sentences, doodles, self-recriminating poems, and logistical notes about the plot.
- Children's Institute Goes Online with Anti-Racism Out Front
“There’s a black girl on the cover,” she said.
- Book Deals: Week of July 13, 2020
Kendall added that Nick is, in many ways, “the story of all of us, waylaid and in search of love and meaning.”Dixon Takes ‘The Other Side’ to HMHRecord producer Drew Dixon sold The Other Side to Rakia Clark at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
- How Telling Stories Together Can Help a Book Soar
And then there was Chelsea, the artist who so beautifully illustrated my main character’s silhouette on the book cover.
- How #PublishingPaidMe Exposed Racial Inequities
And intentionally or not, they cover up systemic racism that makes it harder for Black authors to overcome the same hurdles that white authors face.
- Writers to Watch Fall 2020
Describing the first stories he wrote, he says, “I would read a Wonder Woman comic, and write a story where I’m the only boy allowed on Paradise Island.”