- Indie Community: The Chosen Two
I was a newspaper reporter right out of college, then my husband and I taught in Indonesia for a while, and now we live in St.
- Up to Heaven and Down to Hell: Fracking, Freedom, and Community in an American Town
He also delves into the history of land ownership, noting that early American laws extended property rights “up to Heaven and down to Hell,” and that only in the U.S. are private citizens granted exclusive mineral rights to their properties.
- 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.
- WI16: Booksellers Plan for the Worst, Hope for the Best
The responses revealed the most pressing business issues on the minds of booksellers right now.
- Rights Report: Week of February 15, 2021
Janine O'Malley at Farrar, Straus and Giroux has acquired world rights to What's Up, Pup?
- Do Not Disturb: The Story of a Political Murder and an African Regime Gone Bad
Journalist Wrong (It’s Our Turn to Eat) delivers a distressing and deeply reported exposé of Rwandan president Paul Kagame and his control over an increasingly authoritarian state.
- 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.).
- Drawn Across Borders: True Stories of Human Migration
Between 2011 and 2018, British artist and reporter Butler traveled to a dozen locations where people have been forced by circumstances beyond their control to leave their homes, documenting in words and pictures the individuals and environments he encountered.
- 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.