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  • Expanding the License
    Appbooks are “more gamified books,” says Steve Youngwood, executive v-p and general manager, digital.
  • Children's Notes
    First introduced in The Diary of a Killer Cat (which PW called a "wry first-person story of a not-so-fearsome feline"), Tuffy thinks he's got the reign of the house when his family goes on vacation—until he meets the cat sitter and must hone his survival skills in The Return o
  • Fall Trade Paperbacks: Performing Arts & Film
    PRESS Steve Lacy: Conversations (Sept., $21.95), edited by Jason Weiss, gathers interviews with the saxophonist.
  • Spring Trade Paperbacks: Performing Arts & Film
    ., $19.95) by Steve Overbury features band managers who became almost as famous as their clients.
  • Fall 2004 Hardcovers: Fiction/Science Fiction & Fantasy
    ., $16.99) anthologizes new comics/graphic stories by Steve Niles, Jeff Mariotte and others.
  • California Publishers Offer Hope and Inspiration
    Publisher Steve Wasserman says the press has worked since 1974 to “celebrate the bounty of California’s unrivaled beauty and to defend its beauty,” and readers have lately been more receptive than ever.
  • Fall Film Fare
    Combined first printing for Random House tie-in program: 800,000.Tie-in from Disney Press:One Ridonculous Adventure by Catherine Daly (Sept.; 50,000) Disney's CGI feature film got a bit of breathing room—and a slightly earlier release date—when Warner Bros. announced that Harry Potter and the
  • Cinema Redux: Summer Movie Tie-ins 2013
    \tTie-in from Titan Books: Man of Steel: The Official Movie Novelization by Greg Cox \tTie-ins from HarperCollins: two early readers, three 8” x 8” storybooks, a junior novel \tThis is hardly the first time the hero from Krypton has flown onto the big screen; 1978’s Superman
  • The Art of Photography
    More than 50 of the world’s leading graphic designers and illustrators reveal their private sketchbooks to authors Steve Heller and Rick Landers.
  • Web-Exclusive Reviews: Week of 9/10/2007
    NONFICTION And Justice for Some: An Expose of the Lawyers and Judges Who Let Dangerous Criminals Go FreeWendy Murphy, foreword by Bill O’Reilly.
  • Apple iBooks Category Bestsellers, October 11, 2015
    Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson - 9781451648553 - (Simon & Schuster) 10.
  • Children's Notes
    Vivid colors, bold design and crisp photography combine in Christiane Gunzi's My Very First Look at Numbers, photographed by Steve Gorton.
  • Forecasts from March 11 Issue
    Random, $23.95 (304p) ISBN 0-375-50387-0IN THE CLEAR Steve Lopez.
  • Rights Report: Week of December 11, 2017
    Jordan Brown at HarperCollins/Balzer + Bray has acquired PW Flying Starts author Phoebe North's new YA novel, If You Should Ever Leave Me.
  • Forecasts from December 9 Issue
    Crown Journeys, $16 (144p) ISBN 0-609-60614-XHARDCORE TROUBADOUR: The Life and Near Death of Steve EarleLauren St.

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