- PW, Independent Publishers Launch #ReadIndie Campaign
Seven Stories Press publisher and founder Dan Simon, cofounder of the Independent Publishers Caucus, said independent publishers are even more important in a time of crisis.
- YALLSTAYHOME Festival in Photos
We’re gathered a selection of highlights from the events.During the “Create Your Own Romance Story” event on Fierce Friday, hosted by Macmillan’s Brittany Pearlman (clockwise from top l.), authors Adalyn Grace (All the Stars and Teeth), Maurene Goo (Somewhere Only We Know), and Tric
- Cover Reveal: New Fairy Tale-Forward Series from Melissa de la Cruz
It’s always hard to let go of a cover you’ve fallen for, but we couldn’t be happier with this final version, so bold and iconic—a truly ‘fairytale’ ending to our cover journey.”
- The Great Quake Debate: The Crusader, the Skeptic, and the Rise of Modern Seismology
Focusing on the then-pressing question of whether the Los Angeles area faced “significant earthquake hazard,” she intertwines the stories of two preeminent geologists, Bailey Willis and Robert Thomas Hill.
- Humane Resources: Business Books 2020
The economic change spurred by the arrival of Covid-19 has been vertiginous and unprecedented.
- Who Got Game?: Baseball: Amazing But True Stories!
Four sections cover Pivotal Players (“Three-Fingered Ace Mordecai Brown”), Sensational Stories (“The ‘Jumbo Wagner’: The Most Expensive Trading Card in the Universe”), Radical Records (“The Only Man Named MVP in Both Leagues”), and Colossal Comebacks (“Hitless Wonders: The 1906 World
- Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day
Shetty covers a wide range of topics, including diffusing fear, reconsidering career direction, and improving relationships.
- Children’s Books in China 2020: More Original Children’s Titles
Witty explanations, wry humor, and whimsical plots are thrown into the mix to make the pages and stories come alive.The goal?
- Bitter Honey: Recipes and Stories from Sardinia
In a chapter on vegetables, Clark covers every aspect of preparing and consuming artichokes, then provides recipes for preserving them in oil and braising them with olives.
- Character: The Story of a Cultural Obsession
Garber covers the idea of a national character, explores Boy Scout founder Robert Baden-Powell’s belief in character as a trait that can be developed with “factory” efficiency, and examines how “character” factors became a cover for anti-Semitism in early 20th-century Ivy League admissions.
- Elena Ferrante’s Publishers Discuss Her New Novel
The fervor for the unknown author—Elena Ferrante is a pseudonym—is a story in itself.
- Children’s Books in China 2020: Acre Junior Library
“Each Chinese character has a story of its own, with some evolving from scratches on oracle bones thousands of years ago, to those that combine meaning with sound, and others that were created in recent memory,” says Song, whose team had already made more than 1,000 video clips by t
- The Hour of the Fox (First World Publication)
But whenever the focus is on Chandler, the story grips.
- Children's Books in China - 2020
This warm story is aimed at raising awareness of animal and environmental protection.
- Los Angeles Times Book Prizes Revealed on Twitter
The awards covered 12 different categories, and each winner shared a video speech that was posted on YouTube."