- WI14: Children's Books, Authors Create a Buzz; A New Publisher Arouses Controversy
Reynolds, Opposite of Always (HarperCollins/Tegen, Mar.), introduced by Blue Willow Bookshop’s Berner; Scott Brown, XL (Knopf, Mar.), introduced by Nichole Cousins, White Birch Books, North Conway, N.H.; Gillian McDunn, Caterpillar Summer (Bloomsbury, Apr.), introdu
- BookExpo 2018: Big Kids’ Books of the Show
She is also excited about Deb Caletti’s A Heart in a Body in the World (Simon Pulse), and Victoria Aveyard’s War Storm, the conclusion to her bestselling Red Queen series.
- Indie Bookstores Finish 2015 on High Note
“Amazon continues to be a huge presence in Seattle and globally,” said Janis Segress, co-owner of Queen Anne Book Company in Seattle.
- WI15: Celebrating Winter Institute’s Sweet 15 in Baltimore
.; and a session titled “Life Cycle of the Book” with local author Laura Lippmann, booksellers Bradley Graham of D.C.’s Politics & Prose and Tegan Tigani of Seattle’s Queen Anne Book Company, and senior members of the publishing staff at HarperCollins.
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- Authors Wow GLIBA Booksellers
Moderated by Jan Dundon of Anderson’s Bookshop in Naperville, Ill., Sunday morning’s panel of teen and tween authors got the ball rolling for about 60 booksellers.
- A Life Filled with Tails
It's an affectionate look at the queen and her corgis.
- Taking a “Trust Fall” with Indies
But, he added, if the indies exaggerate the hype that can accompany books, they will lose the trust placed in them by readers.Lexi Beach, who opened Astoria Bookshop in Queens two years ago with Connie Rourke, said that she’s never had a rule book when it comes to running t
- SCIBA Sees Bounce in Bookseller, Librarian Support
Nelson’s Toy and Bookshop and Cheryl Ryan of Diesel Books.
- Carrie Kania
Despite a bumpy start in the Big Apple—she was working for a computer programmer, sharing a studio with a drag queen—Kania got a lucky break when she met Michael Morrison at a friend's wedding.
- BookExpo 2018 in Photos
(Holt), brought along a special spud to BookExpo.Courtney Summers signed galleys of her upcoming YA novel, Sadie.Illustrator Sophie Blackall checked out the new Ivy and Bean book at Chronicle’s stand.Authors at the Simon & Schuster Children’s Breakfast, which was moderated by Cathy Berner (center
- Vibrant Book City, Dynamic Winter Institute
\t \tChildren’s bookseller Tegan Tigani, buyer at Queen Anne Book Company in Seattle, appreciated the ABC programming.
- Welcoming Spaces: LGBTQ Books 2017
Brock regularly hosts LGBTQ-focused events and is adding a drag queen children’s story time in June, an idea he first read about on the events page for the San Francisco Public Library.
- What Indie Booksellers Are Doing About. . .
\tTegan Tigani, children’s book buyer at Seattle’s newly opened Queen Anne Book Company, prefers to integrate series with stand-alone titles.
- Regional Shows In Full Swing
He joked that whenever he travels, "the feeling of displacement is always helped by going into the local bookshops."