- Religion News Briefs: February 24, 2021
Following the findings in the independent report, the company said in a statement earlier this month, HC will immediately take all his publications out of print.
- Rights Report: Week of February 15, 2021
Janine O'Malley at Farrar, Straus and Giroux has acquired world rights to What's Up, Pup?
- Spring 2021 Children's Announcements: Publishers M-Q
During a summer with his researcher uncle, a boy learns about friendship, protecting the environment, and fighting for what’s right.
- Spring 2021 Children's Announcements: Publishers A-E
Ages 10–14.Rivals by Tommy Greenwald (Mar. 23, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-4197-4827-1) is a novel about two athletes searching for stardom, a young reporter seeking the truth, and a basketball rivalry that goes too far.
- Spring 2021 Children's Announcements: Publishers R-Z
Human rights activist Patterson shares her transgender son’s experience.
- Rights Report: Week of February 8, 2021
Jonah Heller at Peachtree has acquired U.S. rights for Hey!
- RBMedia Acquires Spain's Booka
Putting it in the hands of RBmedia was the right choice for me and for my authors.
- WI16: Emphasizing Community
“Next,” Washington says, “we’re going to find a book that’s right for first responders.
- Vital Signs: Environment & Climate Change Books 2021
Kolbert says that “all forms of moving forward right now do involve some kind of technological change,” a sentiment shared by Nathaniel Rich, author of Second Nature (MCD, Apr.).
- Why 2021 Is Setting Up to Be a Pivotal Year for Digital Content in Libraries
And already, Seattle-based law firm Hagens Berman has filed a federal antitrust suit against Amazon based in large part on information contained in the congressional report.
- WI16: Adult Authors to Meet
Among the many authors appearing at WI 16 are 22-year-old inaugural poet Amanda Gorman, who will publish her first picture book and poetry collection, and Catherine Raven, who is the launch author for Spiegel & Grau, the indie press begun by Cindy Spiegel and Julie Grau when their eponymous
- The Most Anticipated Books of Spring 2021
HistoryThe Agitators: Three Friends Who Fought for Abolition and Women's Rights by Dorothy Wickenden (Scribner, Mar.) - Starred by PW, this excellent group biography casts Harriet Tubman in a new light and pays tribute to the radicalism of her friends and collaborators Martha
- Licensing Hotline: February 2021
“At the heart of what CoComelon gets right is that it’s dealing with everyday things that parents and kids are dealing with.
- Rights Report: Week of February 1, 2021
Charlie Olsen and Jessica Mileo at Inkwell Management did the deal for world English rights.
- Movie Alert: 'Chaos Walking'
Ness believes that some press outlets have been “a little unfair” in their reporting on production delays.