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  • The 'Treehouse' Series Has a Growth Spurt
    Though 78-Story and 91-Story are already out in the other territories, with the spring 2019 release of 104-Story, the series will be published simultaneously in all three markets.
  • The Blooming Interest in Books About Plants
    “In general, the Chinese children, who tend to read more books and have better access to bookstores and libraries live in the big cities, which are growing even bigger,” Huang says.
  • Frankfurt 2020: A Virtual Experiment
    This year is an experiment,” says Frankfurt Book Fair director Juergen Boos of the reimagined event, which will take place October 12–18.
  • PW: UK-Based and UK-Related Resources
    Annie Proulx, Carol Shields, Mary McGarry Morris and Sebastian Junger.Gardners Books 1 Whittle Drive, Eastbourne, East Sussex UK BN23 6QH email or
  • An Ever-Growing Demand for Middle Grade Graphic Novels
    “That’s not a sufficient amount if you have a person who likes contemporary middle grade and goes to the bookstore every month.”Readers playing catch-up might check out Chmakova’s Brave and Awkward, Shannon Hale’s Real Friends, Jennifer and Matthew Holm’s Sunny Side Up and Swing It, Sunny, or
  • Licensing Hotline: February 2020
    “We had been thinking of licensing on and off,” said Sarah Rucker, Gibbs Smith’s director of trade sales.
  • Moving On Up: 'Five Feet Apart'
    ” Lippincott said about her book’s first days on sale.
  • Finding Books for Teaching Social and Emotional Learning
    Verde typically leads children in yoga and meditation practices during her appearances; she will be on a national tour of bookstores and schools in September to promote I Am Human.
  • Bilingual Books in Spanish
    ., has 10 bilingual titles planned for 2019, which is roughly half of its children’s and YA lists.Lectorum Publications not only publishes bilingual books but also distributes many of the books published by its competitors.
  • Serving Writers and Readers: African American Publishing
    Advertising banners on our website, newsletter sponsorship, book sales at events, and social media outreach are just a few methods we use to help publishers reach our audience.
  • Editors, Agents, and Authors Take the Pulse of Today’s YA
    Maybe it has finally happened.Agents report sales are, if not exactly soft, then softer.
  • A Political Book Bonanza
    Two books brimming with tidbits about Trump’s wives and children are already on bookstore shelves: Born Trump: Inside America’s First Family by Emily Jane Fox (Harper) and Golden Handcuffs: The Secret History of Trump’s Women by Nina Burleigh (Gallery).
  • The Next Black Publishing Generation Speaks
    I fell in love with being able to brainstorm how to get people interested and invested in our bookstore, author events, and reading.
  • Moving On Up: 'The 57 Bus'
    According to Verost, the library promoted the book throughout its system branches, schools, and local bookstores.
  • The Growth of Chinese Children’s Books
    “Very few translated works really get big sales, unless they have strong sales and marketing support like Cornelia Funke’s Inkheart series,” says Roxanne Hsu Feldman, a Chinese-American school librarian who grew up in Taiwan.This sentiment is echoed by Arthur Levine, v-p and publisher of S

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