- Children's and YA Books for Black History Month 2021
Ages 4 and up.In four stories, Pinkney guides readers through a young child’s day.
- Fall 2021 Children's Sneak Previews
A Story of Patterns by Ann Marie Stephens,
- ‘Remarkable Adaptability’: Children’s Publishing in the Time of Covid
While there are issues of equity and diversity entangled in pandemic publishing—such as marketing BIPOC creators at a time when traditional tools are no longer available—it became clear that documenting how the industry responded to last summer’s Black Lives Matter protests, and the work that must be done going
- Children’s Books for Spring 2021
The story is going to become alive in a different way.”
- A New Vintage for Public Domain Classics
“You don’t need to tell the story,” she noted.
- Spring 2021 Children's Announcements: Publishers A-E
A boy and his monster confront their fears in this story rooted in Mexican folklore.
- Spring 2021 Children's Announcements: Publishers R-Z
Ages 4–8.Indelible Ann: The Larger-Than-Life Story of Governor Ann Richards by Meghan P.
- Gone Too Far
Webb goes through contortions to connect all the various story lines.
- Villarosa Joins Tattered Cover to Curate BIPOC Books
In response, Spearman vowed to “move forward with a mindset fueled by Black Lives Matter” and make the store more inclusive and accessible to Denver’s BIPOC community.In an earlier version of this story, the Hue-Man Bookstore in New York City was mis-identified.
- The Haunting of Alma Fielding: A True Ghost Story
In February of that year, the British press began covering the activities of an alleged poltergeist in the Fielding home.
- Pandemic Pivoting: New Follett Book eFair Options Include Ship-to-Home
“I’ve heard from customers who are disappointed about that, but at the same time we have to cover our costs so we can ensure that we’re able to give back to the school.
- Registration Opens for PW’s U.S. Book Show
As always, the PW Show Daily will cover the show’s events, publishing news, programming, and big books.
- In Brief: February 4, 2021
Elizabeth Acevedo (l.) joined Watson in conversation; the duo discussed protagonist Nala and how she’s perfect in her flaws, size diversity and representation on covers, intergenerational stories, Black love and Black joy, how to be true to yourself and your community, and Amanda Gorma
- Licensing Hotline: February 2021
The first book contains an original story by Shepherd and McGaw that is inspired by their song “Not Alone.”
- Rights Report: Week of February 1, 2021
This nonfiction middle grade title, written in verse, follows the real-life story of Dawson's mother, Zhanna Arshanskaya, a Ukrainian Jewish girl.