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  • Spring 2011 Children's Announcements: M-Q
    MACMILLAN/ROARING BROOK The Abandoned Lighthouse ($15.99) by Albert Lamb, illus. by David McPhail.
    02/21/2011
  • Spring 2011 Children's Announcements: D-F
    Disney Pixar Cars 2 adds Mix & Match by Kitty Richards ($12.99, 3-7); Cars 2 Book & Magnetic Playset by Brooke Dworkin ($14.99, 3-7); and Cars Storybook Collection ($15.99, 3-up).
    02/21/2011
  • Fall 2010 Religion Listings
    A big season, with lots of titles, lots of big names: Max Lucado (Thomas Nelson), Philip Yancey (FaithWords), Deepak Chopra (HarperOne).
    07/26/2010
  • Children's Books for Fall: M-Q
    MACMILLAN/FARRAR, STRAUS & GIROUX The Pout-Pout Fish in the Big-Big Dark ($16.99) by Deborah Diesen, illus. by Dan Hanna, is a follow-up to The Pout-Pout Fish. (2-5) Ernest, the Moose Who Doesn’t Fit ($15.99) by Catherine Rayner.
    07/19/2010
  • Children's Books for Fall: R-S
    RANDOM HOUSE Do You Like Green Eggs and Ham?
    07/19/2010
  • Children's Books: Spring 2011 Sneak Previews
    ABRAMS Abrams wears a lot of hats with Nurse, Soldier, Spy: The Story of a Civil War Woman by Marissa Moss, illus. by John Hendrix, a picture book biography of Sarah Emma Edmonds who dressed as a man and fought in the Civil War; <i&g
    07/19/2010
  • Fall 2010 Hardcover Listings
    Let's think about the fall when, hopefully, the oil leak in the Gulf is capped, the sound of vuvuzelas is a distant memory, and booksellers and –buyers are enthralled by Paul Roberts's book-length profile of Exxon or Jane Leavy's vivid evocation of when Mickey Mantle was an American h
    06/28/2010
  • Trade Paperback Listings 2010
    art & architecture actar Clip, Stamp, Fold (Nov., $44.95) by Beatriz Colomina gathers selections from small architecture magazines that helped transform design culture in the 1960s and 1970s.
    06/28/2010
  • Around the Booths
    From Abrams Image:Nigel Barker's Beauty Equation by Nigel Barker; Max's Kansas City by Steven Kasher; Carl Warner's Food Landscapes by Carl Warner; Threadless by Jake Nickell and Jeffrey Kalmikoff; Reefer Movie
    04/26/2010
  • Children's Books for Spring: S
    SASQUATCH BOOKS (PGW, dist.)
    02/15/2010
  • Children's Books for Spring: A - C
    And The Boxcar Children Mysteries adds The Spy in the Bleachers and The Amazing Mystery Show, characters created by Gertrude Chandler Warner ($14.99 each, paper $4.99, 7—10).
    02/15/2010
  • Nonfiction Reviews: 1/18/2010
    Making Haste from Babylon: The Mayflower Pilgrims and Their World: A New HistoryNick Bunker.
    01/18/2010
  • Children’s Books for Fall: S
    (8—12) Dawn ($17.99) by Kevin Brooks is a novel about family, friendship and faith. (12—up) SCHOLASTIC/EN ESPAÑOL Titles
    07/20/2009
  • BookExpo America 2009: Around the BEA Booths: M - O
    Martin (Feiwel & Friends); Cat Burglar Black by Richard Sala (First Second); The Witch’s Guide to Cooking with Children by Keith McGowan, illustrations by Yoko Tanaka (Holt Books for Young Readers/ Christy Ottaviano Books); The Midnight Charter by David Whitley (Roaring Brook Press
    04/27/2009
  • Bestselling Children's Books 2008: Meyer’s Deep Run
    This time last year, booksellers were bemoaning the end of Harry Potter.
    03/23/2009

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