- Children's Book Reviews
Feiwel & Friends, $17.95 (304p) ISBN 978-0-312-37328-3 In his middle-grade debut, Buzbee (The Yellow-Lighted Bookshop) pays eerie tribute to a great American author.
- Nonfiction Reviews: Week of 7/14/2008
Instead, Largo gives an alphabetical biographical listing of actors, authors and artists, politicians and Celtic queens, from the eternal (Van Gogh, Sappho, Charlie Parker) to the obscure (Art Acord, Berthold der Schwarz).
- Fall 2008 Trade Paperback Reprints
Graywolf Press The Yellow-Lighted Bookshop (July, $15) by Lewis Buzbee.
- Live From BEA, Saturday, May 31
In this book, she makes Mary, Queen of Scots, come to life.”
- 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.
- Nonfiction Reviews: Week of 5/26/2008
The Day After He Left for Iraq: From Goodbye to Welcome Home Melissa Seligman.
- BEA's Convention & Education Schedule
The ABA's Day of Education is being held on Thursday, May 29, at the Hotel ABA (the Renaissance Hollywood).
- The Cozy Gets the Hard-Boil
Otto Penzler—owner and founder of Manhattan’s Mysterious Bookshop as well as publisher of Otto Penzler Books, a Harcourt imprint—calls Rankin one of the first U.K. writers “to show what you could do with a police procedural.”
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 1/28/2008
The Story of a Marriage Andrew Sean Greer.
- The King's Gold
Law professor Murray continues her Red Lion series (following The Queen Jade ) with a death-defying treasure hunt that transforms her â€œsedentary, word-mad bibliophileâ€ heroine into â€œa genuine biblio-adventurer .â€ When a stranger approaches Lola Sanchez, a Long Beach, Calif
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 7/30/2007
Annette Vallon: A Novel of the French Revolution James Tipton.
- Fiction Reviews: Week of 4/30/2007
Growing up in early 1970s Queens, Nathan Mirsky idolizes his older brother, Daniel, a student antiwar activist at Columbia University, but after Daniel moves to the West Coast and begins a downward spiral into addiction, the brothers grow apart.
- Children's Book Reviews: Week of 3/5/2007
However, it is Davenier's (Sally Jean, the Bicycle Queen) imaginative artwork that brings this playful picture book uniquely to life.
- Nonfiction Reviews: Week of 12/11/2006
At her local travel bookshop, she discovered a book called Jupiter's Travels by Ted Simon as well as a few handbooks on motorcycle adventuring, and she was hooked.
- Roadmap to the Regionals
Booksellers gather in the fall to hear the latest about aspiring authors, forthcoming books, potential markets, software technology and professional development.