- This Week's Bestsellers: November 15, 2021
In his debut, the author “describes immunity basics, covers hygiene and immunoprotection, and breaks down pathogens, viruses, and autoimmune diseases,” our review said.
- Justice Delayed: PW Talks with Chris Joyner
Casting it in such a way that Black people are seen as active participants in the story, because they certainly were.
- In the Spirit of a Dream: 13 Stories of American Immigrants of Color
Framing poems serve as introduction and conclusion to biographies that cover figures with accomplishments in sports, music, literature, STEM, politics, and more.
- Ghostwriters Come Out of the Shadows
“I’d love to be on the cover of all of them.
- New and Noteworthy Picture Book and Novel Sequels: November 2021
This month, tuck yourself in with a warm blanket and catch up with some of your favorite continuing stories.
- The Rise: Kobe Bryant and the Pursuit of Immortality
Fans will relish this nuanced take on an oft-overlooked part of the legend’s remarkable story.
- Our American Friend
Pitoniak (The Futures) capitalizes on the stranger-than-fiction Trump White House with this tepid story of a Russian-born first lady.
- Bibliophile: Diverse Spines
Charming and colorful illustrations appear throughout and offer splendid renditions of book covers, shops, and writers’ offices.
- Buster Keaton: A Filmmaker's Life
The story is evocative, entertaining, and laced with lyrical detail.
- The Tip of the Iceberg: PW Talks with Richard Butner
And then when they’re not kept up, they get covered in ivy and the wildlife moves in.
- Mining Toni Morrison's Spiritual Legacy: Nadra Nittle
These individuals didn’t just recite folklore; they believed in the stories they told.”Cathy Lynn Grossman is a veteran religion and ethics writer living in Washington, D.C.Back to Main Feature
- Four Questions for Ashley Wolff
Can you talk a bit about the inspiration behind this story?
- Zondervan’s ‘The Story’ Sells 5 Million Copies
The three, eight-week video studies (instead of the original 31-week campaign), The Story Bible Study Series and accompanying videos cover the Old Testament in two segments and the New Testament in one of the 8-week segments.
- From Tradecraft and Trench Coats to Magic and Adventure: When Spies Write for Children
The August 1, 1942 Saturday Evening Post carried the story “Shot Down Over Libya,” in which an RAF pilot recounted his wartime efforts.
- Cover Reveal: 'Doña Esmeralda, Who Ate Everything!' by Melissa de la Cruz
“I think there’s a hunger for a lot of different kinds of stories, and people are a lot more open to our stories than they ever were.”