- ‘Hunger Games’ Still Rules in Children’s: Facts & Figures 2012
For children’s books, without a doubt, the Hunger Games was the story of the year.
- Children's Books for Spring
New Grosset &Dunlap's Nature Field Guides are Looking at Bugs by Laura Driscoll, illus. by Pedro Julio Gonzalez and Tim Haggerty; and Looking at the Sky by Jennifer Frantz, illus. by Drew-Brook-Cormack and Haggerty ($4.99 each, 6-8).
- Spring 2005 Hardcovers: Biography & Memoirs
ALYSON Back Where He Started (Apr., $24.95) by Jay Quinn.
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- Spoken Audio for Spring
Spoken Audio for SpringCompiled by Trudi
- PW: Fall 2000 Trade Paperback List
., $17.95) by Xan Brooks looks at the actor, his films and the changing face of British pop culture.CHECKMARK BOOKS Forbidden Films: Censorship Histories of 125 Motion Pictures (Feb., $16.95) by Dawn B.
- Bestselling Children's Books 2008: Meyer’s Deep Run
This time last year, booksellers were bemoaning the end of Harry Potter.
- Nonfiction Reviews: Week of 2/19/2007
The Wild Trees: A Story of Passion and Daring Richard Preston, Random, $25.95 (320p) ISBN 978-1-4000-6489-2Reviewed by John VaillantIn this radical departure from Preston's bestsellers on catastrophic diseases (The Demon
- Fall 2002 Hardcovers: Nature & Environment to Reference
FALL 2002 HARDCOVERS
- Reviews Annex: Nonfiction
Warner, $23.95 (256p) ISBN 0446530670 PITT THE YOUNGER: A LifeMichael J.
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Paperback Polar Polka: Counting Polar Bears in Alaska ($10.95) by Chérie Stihler, illus. by Erik Brooks.
- Fall 2014 Children's Sneak Previews
Brannen, about a Parisian woman who takes her city for granted until she meets a dog who shows her a new view; The Night Before Christmas by Barbara Reid, featuring Plasticine animals and a cast of mice; The Hero in You by Ellis Paul, illus. by Angela Padron, which profiles 13 no
- Facts and Figures 2011: In Children's, 'Hunger Games' Rule
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- Spring 2008 Sneak Previews
ABRAMS Abrams rolls over with The Dog Who Belonged to No One by Amy Hest, illus. by Amy Bates, a picture book in which a dog's and
- Booths by Numbers
Booths by Numbers As a kind of analog GPS system—and in response to reader requests—we offer a master list of BEA exhibitors, Meeting Room locations, and Rights Center tables, organized numerically by booth, room, and table number.