- Book Deals: Week of May 11, 2020
-based reporters who, per HC, have “unique access” to the pair and are writing the book with “the participation of those closest to the couple.”
- Bologna's Virtual Fair Draws 60,000 Online Visitors
The Bologna Children’s Book Fair hosted a virtual edition of the fair this week, from May 4–7, and attracted more than 60,000 online visitors, 75% from outside Italy, organizers reported.
- Rights Report: Week of May 4, 2020
Kelly Delaney at Knopf has acquired world rights to The Disappearing Mr.
- Politicians and Politicos: Politics Books 2020
New Press, Oct.Xenophobic nationalism is only the latest face worn by the adaptable force that is right-wing populism, says Rosenthal, chair and lead researcher at the Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies.
- 2020 Political Books for Children
We knew it will only get more intense and the stakes of really understanding what you’re reading so much higher.”Covering another controversial issue, Whose Right Is It?
- Duty of Care: PW Talks with Chris Hamby
Most people who work in public service are in it for the right reasons, and can do things that help average people.Have you stayed in contact with the people you met in the course of your research?
- Debut Children's Books and Authors Affected by the Coronavirus
Author-illustrator Hannah Batsel said, “My book was released right in the middle of the crisis.
- Rights Report: Week of April 27, 2020
Collier's debut middle grade novel, Just Right Jillian.
- Meet the Finalists of the 2019 BookLife Prize Nonfiction Contest
It’s not always easy to find the right time to think about the right questions, which is why the book is full of exercises that you can practice any moment of the day.What Is Water?
- Humane Resources: Business Books 2020
They care about what is right and not who is right; they show some humility, Rigby says.
- As Bookshop Booms, Questions Arise
I think that some of the good intentions do come with consequences that they’re not willing or able to acquiesce to right now.”
- Rights Report: Week of April 20, 2020
Exclusive access and reporting showcase how the team's persistence, problem-solving, and tolerance for repeated failure led to one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs of our time.
- Children’s Books in China 2020: Looking Ahead
“It forces every publisher to carefully weigh the potential of each new title or rights deal and see how it fits the current market.
- Curtis Sittenfeld Rewrites History
Though yes, she would feel better if someone different was in the White House right now.The idea for Rodham originated during the 2016 presidential campaign, when Sittenfeld received several requests to write essays about Clinton.
- Nagging Nicely: PW Talks with Erin Geiger Smith
.), journalist Geiger Smith examines the history of voting rights in America.What drew you to the subject of voting?