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  • Fall 2021 Children's Sneak Previews
    Bunce, which finds Victorian-era amateur detective Myrtle Hardcastle on the trail of a killer out for revenge in the third volume of her middle-grade mystery series; Skunk and Badger 2: Egg Marks the Spot by Amy Timberlake, illus. by Jon Klassen, following roommates Skunk and Badger on a
    02/16/2021
  • Murder in an Irish Bookshop
    O’Connor reinforces her place as the queen of the cozy police procedural.
    01/11/2021
  • 'Unscheduled, Delightful Conversations': Industry Shares Memories of BookExpo
    —Kris Kleindeinst, co-owner, Left Bank Books Over the years, I’ve done a lot to showcase books and shine a light on authors at BEA and BookExpo, but never more memorable than when I was lucky enough to embody the Queen of England alongside two of the sweetest corgis for a Mac B
    12/07/2020
  • New Titles from Self-Publishers: November 2020
    . $17.99 paper (43p), ISBN 978-0-2288-4138-8; $5.99 e-book, ISBN 978-0-2288-4139-5Amazon, Bookshop, Indigo, KoboIn this collection of poetic writings, readers may explore memories of first love, commitment, relationship building, heartbreak, forgiveness, and personal
    11/23/2020
  • The On-Sale Calendar: April 2021
    Dewes (Tor, $18.99 paper; ISBN 978-1-250-23634-0). 125,000 copies.The Happiest Girl in the World by Alena Dillon (Avon, $16.99; ISBN 978-0-06-301904-1). 100,000 copies.The Last Bookshop in London by Madeline Martin (Hanover Square Press, $17.99 paper
    10/30/2020
  • Seasonal Adjustments: Fall 2.0
    Like publishers, independent bookshops are learning to do business in the Covid-19 era, and much of what they’ve done to adapt is new, too.
    10/19/2020
  • Bookselling Activism During the Pandemic
    At Maggie Mae’s Kids Bookshop, Roberts faced her most dramatic community pushback when the bookstore hosted its first Drag Queen Story Hour events for kids.
    10/04/2020
  • 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
  • In the Study, with a Typewriter: 100 Years of Agatha Christie Novels
    Below, more on Agatha Christie.And Then There Were More: Agatha Christie’s Influence Seven mystery writers discuss the debt they owe the Queen of Crime.
    08/03/2020
  • Apple Books Category Bestsellers, July 12, 2020
    The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs - 9780062914132 - (William Morrow) 4.
    07/15/2020
  • 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
  • In Brief: June 25, 2020
    Hosted by the Astoria Bookshop in Queens, N.Y., the event featured Altebrando (l.) and author E.
    06/25/2020
  • Bookstores Go It Alone in Reopening
    Gibson’s Bookstore in Concord, N.H., is open to customers by appointment only, while Annie Philbrick, owner of Bank Square Books in Mystic, Conn., and Savoy Bookshop & Café in Westerly, R.I., has gone to a plastic hall pass approach.
    06/15/2020
  • In Support of Indie Bookstores, Dozens of Illustrators Send Art
    Brooklyn’s Stories Bookshop and Storytelling Lab has become a fixture for children’s author events since the store opened four years ago.
    05/21/2020

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