- Forecasts from May 26 Issue
Warner, $22.95 (324p) ISBN 0-446-53128-6THE KING’S EVILWill Heinrich.
- Forecasts from October 13 Issue
Warner, $25.95 (580p) ISBN 0-446-53084-0 BEULAH LANDKrista McGruder.
- Summer Sequels and Literary Risks
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson Directed by David YatesRelease date July 13 (Warner Bros.)Based on the book by J.K.
- House of Galassi
Martin's, Henry Holt, Picador, Roaring Brook, Palgrave Macmillan and the textbook publisher Bedford, Freeman and Worth.
- First Fiction at the Regionals
The witchcraft trials of Salem, Mass. are given a fresh perspective in Susannah Morrow (Warner, Oct.) by Megan Chance.
- Forecasts from April 7 Issue
Doubleday, $22.95 (224p) ISBN 0-385-50945-6SHIKARJack Warner.
- Children's Spring Audio/Video
Solomon Northup's Odyssey, adapted by Lou Potter and Samm-Art Williams; performed by Avery Brooks and others.
- PW: Science Fiction: Merging, But Not Yielding
Del Rey rode the publicity wave surrounding Star Wars, Episode 1: The Phantom Menace to the #1 spot on the New York Times list with its novelization of the film, written by bestselling fantasy author Terry Brooks.
- Regional Roundups
Foreign Policy (Brookings Institute).
- Fall 2005 Trade Paperbacks: Health, Fitness & Beauty
., $17.95) by Brooke Siler presents an integrated Pilates program for both beginners and experienced practitioners.
- Forecasts from May 27 Issue
Warner, $5.99 (336p) ISBN 0-446-61054-2JUNETHE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE SEXYEmily Carmichael.
- Forecasts from June 24 Issue
Warner, $23.95 (240p) ISBN 0-316-49955-2SNOBBERY: The American VersionJoseph Epstein.
- The Year in Books
Julie and Julia: 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen, Julie Powell (Little, Brown) Secretary blogged her year of channeling Child, then got book deal.Widow of the South, Robert Hicks (Warner) Preservation buff scores bestseller with Civil War novel based on a true st
- Children's Poetry in Bloom
While praising such encompassing tomes as "very useful and valuable," Simon Boughton, publisher of Roaring Brook (a new imprint of Millbrook Press), is gratified to see an increasing number of publishers releasing collections by a single author.
- Forecasts from June 3 Issue
FictionSEPT.* FROM A BUICK 8Stephen King.