- On Tour with Mac Barnett
Story time at Little Shop of Stories in Decatur, Ga.
- BEA 2012: Abingdon’s Quilting Novels
Each book focuses on the stories of the women who made the quilts: the novels cover a variety of topics, genres, and characters, says Pamela Clements, associate publisher for Christian Living and Abingdon Fiction.
- PW: JOSEPH HAD A LITTLE OVERCOAT
This diverting, sequential story unravels as swiftly as the threads of Joseph's well-loved, patch-covered plaid coat.
- Feedback: The Value of Political Memoirs
America is all about freedom and telling our stories.
- Maud Newton Confronts Her Past
She uses her talent to cover the waterfront.”Barer also had Walker’s “list.”
- Children's Notes
Monroe, a spiral-bound book with transparent cover, brims with recipes for tiny sweet-tooth pleasers.
- News from the North: March 2014
They fit right in – cover, inside, everything matches,” Missen said.
- Heartland Fall Forum 2017: Children's Booksellers Celebrate the Ties That Bind
Philip explained that in 2014, the Steads were asked to fill out a story for middle grade readers based on some rough notes jotted down by Mark Twain after his daughters begged him to tell them a story.
- Open Book: Irma Boom is the Queen of Books
It is tiny with a red faux-leather cover, and its pages and cover are well thumbed.
- Super Folk: January 20-23
On the book covers the logo seems discordant with the rest of the cover, and looks especially dull next to the flashy, bold type treatments of the book titles.
- Teenage Memoir Gives New Life to Its 1950s Inspiration
Both titles will also visually nod to their counterpart—on the back cover of Cornell’s book will be an image of Popular, and on the front cover of Popular will be an image of Cornell’s guide.
- Obituary: Charles Santore
Among his high-profile magazine covers, he created more than 40 covers for TV Guide, which featured his portraits of celebrities.
- BEA 2016: Jeffrey Brown: Making Prehistory Entertaining
Brown says, though, that throughout his career, and even in writing for children, he tries “not to worry too much about the audience.”Brown is currently at work on the second volume in the series, which will cover the Ice Age.
- BookExpo 2019: Tochi Onyebuchi Channels Rage and Hope
Ruoxi got it and pushed me to make better in ways that I am not sure other people would have done for me,” he says.As for the cover, Onyebuchi says he actually cried when he saw it.
- Unsung Hoops Heroes: PW Talks with John Feinstein
In The Back Roads to March (Doubleday, Mar.) journalist Feinstein recounts a year covering the underdog teams of the NCAA basketball finals.You write about the players at the lesser-known NCAA Division 1 programs.