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  • Is That You, Alien?: Check Inside the Secret Pockets If You Dare
    Cox’s cartooning keeps things from getting too scary, and after all the false alarms, the pop-up ending should still catch some readers by surprise.
    06/09/2014
  • Is That You, Monster?: Check Inside the Secret Pockets If You Dare!
    A boy named Sam is having a backyard campout with his sister and friends, but he’s sure a monster is hiding nearby.
    07/01/2013
  • The Marvelous Toy
    Cox's (Stuff!
    08/17/2009
  • The Diary of a Killer Cat
    Cox's animated line drawings comically capture the humans' horrified reactions to Tuffy's antics and the pet's alternately smug and put-upon expressions.
    02/20/2006
  • THE GOD PARTICLE
    As McNair closes in on his goal, an executive named Steve Keeley is nearly killed in Zurich after visiting a prostitute and being thrown from a window by an overzealous bouncer.
    03/14/2005
  • Primo Levi: Tragedy of an Optimist
    At Auschwitz, Levi once broke off an icicle to relieve his desperate thirst, only to have it snatched away by a German guard.
    01/04/1999
  • Theo's Odyssey
    Best known in this country as a Lacanian feminist scholar, Cl mentis is also a fiction writer.
    10/04/1999
  • Mountaineering: The Freedom of the Hills
    This hefty tome, first published in 1960, was the book that started The Mountaineers Books.
    09/01/2003
  • Longstreet Press Bought by Management, Investors
    Perry, a journalist at Cox's flagship Atlanta Journal-Constitution before becoming editor at Peachtree Publishers in Atlanta and later launching Longstreet, has returned to Cox, as has former general manager Steve Gracie.
    12/13/1999
  • Bringing History to Life | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Wi12 Preview Active Nonfiction Books in Theory and Practice What We Can Do Now → Bringing History to Life Meghan Dietsche Goel January 27th 2017 Leave a reply Tweet
    01/17/2018
  • Book Expo America 2012: All Our Coverage
    The Pre-BEA Issue Three years ago, when Steve Rosato took the helm at BookExpo America, the book world and the country were still reeling from the economic collapse of 2009.
    04/27/2012
  • Two Publishing Homes for Yarrow
    The picture book, to be illustrated by Steve Cox, will include a CD, like Puff did.
    11/06/2008
  • Religion Book Deals: May 2017
    Zondervan Nabs a ‘Dangerous Book’Chris Ferebee sold world rights to Zondervan editor John Sloan for This Dangerous Book: How the Bible Has Shaped Our World and Why It Still Matters Today by Steve and Jackie Green (son and daughter in-law to David Green, CEO of Hobby Lobby).
    05/24/2017
  • Winter Chills Movie Tie-ins
    Based on the book by Alan Moore and David Lloyd (Vertigo, 1990; mass market)Novelization by Steve Moore (Pocket Star, Feb. 1; 125,000 mass market) The Wachowski brothers (the Matrix trilogy) adapt the graphic novel by Alan Moore and David Lloyd.
    01/02/2006
  • Spring 2007 Trade Paperbacks: Relationships & Dating
    BANTAM More Hot Sex (May, $15) by Tracey Cox offers new tricks, tidbits and advice. 27,500 first printing.
    01/22/2007

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