- ALA 2021: Barack Obama, Expansive Professional Program Highlight 2021 ALA Annual Conference
In November of 2021, Jones will publish The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story (Penguin Random House) and Born on the Water (Penguin Random House) a lyrical picture book, also from the 1619 Project.
- Indie Community: Reading Books by Their Covers
It serves to capture potential readers’ attention and tells them something important about the story or content inside.
- Frankfurt Plans Live, In-Person Trade Fair in October
This story has been updated with information about plans by American publishers to attend the fair.
- Global CEOs Discuss Silver Linings, Consequences of the Pandemic
“Online sales have been growing, but not far enough and deep enough to cover demand.”Chantal Restivo-Alessi, CEO, international foreign language and chief digital officer at HarperCollins, recounted the domino effect of helping people transition into remote work after seeing offices close around the world
- AAP Vows to Protect Copyright from All Challengers
The Association of American Publishers covered a lot of ground in its 90-minute annual meeting which, for the second year in a row, was conducted via Zoom.
- The Frontlines of History: PW Talks with Jesse Thistle
And those things are all covered in the story, as is love and trust and, you know, trying to be our best.
- Ready, Set, Memoir!: The Essential Guide to Telling Your Story
She covers such essentials as planning, staying focused, revision, and different approaches to chronology (including flashback, foreshadowing, and flash-forward).
- Golden Boy: A Murder Among the Manhattan Elite
But his parents used their wealth and influence to cover up their son’s deepening mental problems and escalating violent tendencies, which had already manifested in verbal attacks, physical assaults, and arson.
- U.S. Book Show: YA Book Buzz on History and Discovery
“I’m most excited about the fantasy element of the love story,” Miles said.
- U.S. Book Show Editors' Picks: Picture Books as Poetry and Possibility
On Nina: A Story of Nina Simone, Barney said, “Christian’s art is a perfect match for Traci’s text; it really brings home the power of this woman’s voice.
- In Conversation: Nicola Yoon and Wendy Loggia
This cover by Renike—I mean… come on.
Agent: Shane Salerno, Story Factory.
- Maiden Voyages: Magnificent Ocean Liners and the Women Who Traveled and Worked Aboard Them
Excerpts from the memoirs of the “unsinkable” Violet Jessop, a stewardess and nurse who survived the sinkings of the Titanic and the Britannic, and Edith Sowerbutts, a “conductress” who cared for unaccompanied women and children, provide color and drama, as does the story of journalist Martha Gellh
- Racing the Clock: Running Across a Lifetime
Heinrich’s keen observations and unique story will keep readers hooked.
- Maryland Library E-book Bill Becomes Law
In March, 2020, Macmillan abruptly abandoned its library embargo policy in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.Digital content from Amazon, however, may be a different story.