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  • Bookselling Tips from Children's Institute 2018
    “Creating and Implementing Successful LGBTQIA Youth Programs” With Lynn Mooney (moderator) of Women & Children First in Chicago; sweet pea Flaherty, owner of King’s Bookshop in Tacoma, Wash.; Joy Preble of Brazos Bookstore in Houston; Jonathan Hamilt and Rachel Aimee of
    06/28/2018
  • Kids' Booksellers Predict Strong Summer Sales
    The shift in seasons is very welcome at Red Balloon Bookshop in St.
    06/12/2018
  • 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
  • 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.
    05/31/2018
  • New Penzler Company Will Publish American Mystery Classics
    Relying on sales of books through his Mysterious Bookshop as well as his Mysterious Press.com e-bookstore, Penzler also found that traditional mysteries were the most in demand.The Queen book that is part of the inaugural list is The Chinese Orange Mystery, while the Rinehart title is The
    05/14/2018
  • WI13: Children's Book Highlights in Photos
    Photo: Judith Rosen(From l.): Jewell Parker Rhodes, author of The Ghost Boys (Little, Brown), with Joan Trygg, manager of the Red Balloon Bookshop in St.
    02/01/2018
  • Apple iBooks Category Bestsellers, January 28, 2018
    Mary Queen of Scots by Antonia Fraser - 9780804152587 - (Random House Publishing Group) 6.
    01/30/2018
  • Mac Barnett: The Prankster Is In
    “I don’t want to ruin the prank for any future school visits, but it was awesome,” says Cathy Berner, events coordinator at Houston’s Blue Willow Bookshop.
    01/29/2018
  • Fall 2018 Children’s Sneak Previews
    ALGONQUIN Algonquin Young Readers gets in the autumn spirit with A Room Away from the Wolves by Nova Ren Suma, a ghost story set in a refuge for troubled girls deep in the heart of New York City; Here to Stay by Sara Farizan, a novel about fighting racism and Islamophobia and finding you
    01/29/2018
  • Finalists Named for the 2018 PW Bookstore of the Year
    The awards will be presented at BookExpo in New York City. 2018 PW Bookstore of the Year Shortlist \tAstoria Bookshop (Queens, New York) \tBoulder Bookstore (Boulder, Colo.)
    01/19/2018
  • The Stars So Far (as of 9/10/12) | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← “Don’t Over Moo the Cow” Are Things This Bad → The Stars So Far as of 91012 Elizabeth Bluemle September 13th 2012 6 Replies Tweet Start your
    01/17/2018
  • A Wrinkle in Summer’s Reading List | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← PG Can Mean Pretty Good When Less Is More → A Wrinkle in Summer’s Reading List Kenny Brechner June 15th 2017 Leave a reply Tweet Sum
    01/17/2018
  • Very Pinteresting | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Joining the Resistance Hello England → Very Pinteresting Leslie Hawkins June 12th 2017 Leave a reply Tweet Cat Grant Supergirl’s boss
    01/17/2018
  • New England Children’s Booksellers’ Spring Top Ten | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← BEA Recollections A Great Idea → New England Children’s Booksellers’ Spring Top Ten Elizabeth Bluemle June 2nd 2010 5 Replies Tweet Twice a
    01/17/2018
  • Vacation Stores | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← My Bookstore Crush Call in Well Day → Vacation Stores Josie Leavitt July 20th 2009 4 Replies Tweet The disco thump of the Tea Dance next door
    01/17/2018

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