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  • Spring 2011 Children's Announcements: G-L
    Dylan waddles away from his family in this springtime tale. (2-6) A Little Fairy Magic ($16.99) by Julia Hubery, illus. by Alison Edgson, focuses on rivalries and friendships between siblings. (3-7) Icky Little Duckling ($16.99) by Steve02/21/2011
  • PW: Children's Books for Fall
    by Paul Stickland ($6.99 each) are a pair of die-cut board books. (2-5)Little Robots by Mike Brownlow ($13.95) presents a chant-along text. (2-5)Truck Jam: A Pop-Up Book by Paul Stickland ($16.95) is an oversize pop-up book. (2-7)Hyacinth Hop H
  • Fall 2009 Sneak Previews
    EERDMANS Eerdmans is going up with The Elevator Man by Stanley Trachtenberg, illus. by Paul Cox, about a boy who dreams of being an elevator man when he grows up; My Name Is Sangoel by
  • Children's Books for Fall, Ho - Hy
    by Judy Cox, illus. by Paul Meisel; Horses!
  • Spring 2001 Book List - Hardcover Fiction
    Faith, love and madness collide amid the colonials in 1936 Ceylon. 25,000 first printing.Ad/promo. 8-city author tour.Doghouse Roses (June, $23) by Steve Earle.
  • The On-Sale Calendar: October 2018
    Inside the Huddle with the Stars and Legends of America’s Team by Gary Myers (Grand Central Publishing, $28; ISBN 978-1-5387-6234-9). 50,000 copies.Imagine by John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Grand Central Publishing, $50; ISBN 978-1-5387-4715-5). 50,000 copies.Mutts and Mis
  • PW's Guide to BEA Exhibitors: M
    Featured:Main Street Rag back issues; Spinning Words into Gold by Maureen Ryan Griffin; Conquistador by Jay Griswold; Cut Men by Steve Taylor; The Hospital Poems by Jim Ferris; McLife by Richard Vargas; The Man Who by Anthony S.
  • Spring 2006 Sneak Previews: Abrams to Peachtree
    FARRAR, STRAUS & GIROUXFSG mixes it up in the laboratory with Inventor McGregor by Kathleen Pelley, illus. by Michael Chesworth, about one man's source of inspiration; The Diary of a Killer Cat by Anne Fine, illus. by Steve Cox, in which Tuf
  • PW: Children's Books for Spring
    A parade and fireworks mark this holiday. (4-7) I Walk at Night by Lois Duncan, illus. by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher ($15.99), tracks the nighttime adventures of a pet cat. (4-8) Sarah's Sleepover by Bobbie Rodriguez, illus. by Mark Graham ($15.99)
  • Fall 2001 Hardcovers: Biography & Memoirs
    ., $23.95) by Steve and Terri Irwin.
  • Children's Books for Fall
    by Jackie Leigh Ross, illus. by Steve Ko ($16.95).
  • Children's Books for Fall, HCI Books - Just Us Books
    The title character creates musical monsters. (4-8) Go to Sleep, Groundhog ($16.95, 0-8234-1645-3) by Judy Cox, illus. by Paul Meisel.
  • Nonfiction Reviews
    Joker One: A Marine Platoon's Story of Courage, Leadership, and BrotherhoodDonovan Campbell.
  • Fall 2016 Adult Announcements: Religion & Spirituality
    With titles coming from renowned athletes, bloggers, and speakers—as well as religious leaders—it’s clear that religion publishers are widening their nets to bring in new readers.Top 10The Broken Way: A Daring Path into the Abundant LifeAnn Voskamp.
  • Nonfiction Book Reviews: 10/12/2009
    Velocity: Combining Lean, Six Sigma, and the Theory of Constraints to Achieve Breakthrough Performance—A Business NovelDee Jacob, Suzan Bergland and Jeff Cox.

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