- Forgiveness: The Story of Eva Kor, Survivor of the Auschwitz Twin Experiments
Framed for readers who may not be deeply familiar with the Holocaust, the treatment covers basic WWII history, along with Eva and Miriam’s profound inner strength.
- Final Spin
Willink tells his story in quick blasts of haiku-like writing (Johnny on the customers at his workplace: “People: Flesh-covered robot beings in need of fuel and meaning./ They find both here”), with dialogue reminiscent of early David Mamet.
- Licensing Hotline: September 2021
Famous moments from the show—many of which are portrayed in the book—appear often as memes, and Warner Bros.’ review of the book’s cover generated significant excitement online.
- New and Noteworthy Kids' and YA Book Sequels: September 2021
See our Cover Reveal here.Room to Dream by Kelly Yang (Scholastic Press, Sept. 21 $17.99; ISBN 978-1-338-62112-9)In this new Front Desk Novel, Mia Tang finally gets to go on vacation with her family—to China.
- Katherine Applegate's 'Willodeen' Offers a Cautionary Environmental Tale
A story in the Guardian the other day underscored this point.
- Fearsome Fall: Close-up on 'The Autumnal'
I don’t have a favorite genre, I’m a lover of good stories regardless of genre.
- Univ. of Nebraska Press Launches LGBTQ+ Fiction Series
"It was fully approved by the university, with a syllabus that covered literature, psychology, sociology, and other fields."
- 2021 NBA Longlists Announced
Putnam’s Sons) \tIntimacies by Katie Kitamura (Riverhead Books) \tThe Souvenir Museum: Stories by Elizabeth McCracken (Ecco) \tHell of a Book by Jason Mott (Dutton) \tBewilderment by Richard Powers (W.
- Blood in the Water: A True Story of Small-Town Revenge
Besides thoroughly covering the trial, which ended with Landry’s manslaughter conviction, Cameron fleshes out the backstories of everyone involved, endeavors to resolve what actually happened (including who was responsible for Boudreau’s death), and explores the morality of taking the law into one’s own ha
- TikTok for Viral Book Marketing
Combined with the fact that most of us judge books by their covers, this has spurred a massive uptick in the amount of book-related content featured on these platforms.However, not all social media platforms operate in the same manner.
- Please Scream Inside Your Heart: Breaking News and Nervous Breakdowns in the Year That Wouldn't End
Though the book’s frenzied pace can be exhausting, Pell’s family stories are lucid and heartwarming.
With infectious curiosity and sympathy, Powell covers literature, sports, and the American South.
- Cover Reveal: 'Cress Watercress'
So yes, I hope that’s what people read into the cover.
- Children's Institute 9: Booksellers Share Knowledge at Roundtables
Ruth Weiner, a publicist at Seven Stories, added that publishers should also be mindful of telling authors to issue a call to action during virtual events.
- New Universes for Young Readers: Close-up on Wonderbound
The doodle-covered-notebook dreamers.