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  • 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
    06/07/2018
  • Vibrant Book City, Dynamic Winter Institute
    \t \tChildren’s bookseller Tegan Tigani, buyer at Queen Anne Book Company in Seattle, appreciated the ABC programming.
    01/24/2014
  • Madrid Book Fair 2021
    The magazine, which launched last year, hosted more than 200 authors across two booths, ranging from bestsellers such as Julia Navarro and Carmen Posadas, to celebrities like Queen Letizia of Spain, former prime minister Felipe González Márquez, and adult film actor and feminist Amarna Miller
    10/04/2021
  • 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.
    05/29/2017
  • 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.
    07/15/2013
  • Regional Shows In Full Swing
    He joked that whenever he travels, "the feeling of displacement is always helped by going into the local bookshops."
    10/09/2000
  • Identity, Perseverance, and Setting: A Latinx Heritage Month Celebration
    Tickets were available with the purchase of one of those novels through six independent Latinx bookshops across the country—Mil Mundos, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Third House Books, Gainesville, Fla.; Epilogue Books, Chapel Hill, N.C.; Booklandia, Oakland, Calif.; Kew & Willow Books
    09/29/2020
  • A Look at New Bookstores
    There are great bookshops in Queens, but they’re all quite a haul from our neighborhood, which is such a world unto itself.
    08/24/2020
  • Bookselling Tips from Children’s Institute 2017
    “Running a Successful Children’s Department Staff Meeting”With Kelsey April of Savoy Bookshop & Café in Westerly, R.I., and Bank Square in Mystic, Conn.; Laura DeLaney of Rediscovered Books in Boise, Idaho; Valerie Koehler of Blue Willow Bookshop (moderator) in Houston, Tex
    04/18/2017
  • Children’s Institute 2020: Big Kids' Books for Summer/Fall 2020
    “For middle grade, I’m looking forward to lots,” says Lily Tschudi-Campbell, marketing coordinator at Red Balloon Bookshop in St.
    07/06/2020
  • BEA's Convention & Education Schedule
    Back to Main Page 
    05/02/2005
  • Mid-South's Boasts High Spirits But Low Attendance
    Auden and Stephen Spender.Indeed the guide was spawned by frequent phone requests she has gotten "from people everywhere, wanting information, historical and otherwise, on writers and sites here related to them or their work, recommendations for New Orleans books, and bookshops," she said.
    09/27/1999
  • New Books from Old Masters: Seuss, Sendak, and Silverstein
    “Once NPR stories hit, it seems to get huge,” says Tigani of Queen Anne Books.
    09/29/2011
  • SCBA's Schmooze Cruise
    Donna Paz's marketing seminar opened the SCBA show aboard the Queen Mary.
    11/27/2000
  • Bookselling Tips from Children’s Institute 2019
    San Antonio, Tex.; and Angela Whited, Red Balloon Bookshop,St.
    07/09/2019

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