Thursday, June 30, 2016

The Roundup with PW

PRH to Publish Follow-Up to 'Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep'
The bestselling self-published Swedish picture book that promised it could lull children to sleep, which PRH acquired in a seven-figure deal last summer, is getting a sequel: 'The Little Elephant Who Wants to Fall Asleep.'
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'Girl On the Train' Finally Hits Paperback
After selling over 4 million copies in the U.S. alone, in hardcover and e-book, Riverhead Books will release the trade paperback edition of Paula Hawkins' runaway bestseller on July 12. more »

Norton to Publish Gaiman’s ‘Norse Mythology’ in 2017
Bestselling novelist Neil Gaiman's retelling of the classic Norse myths will be published as a hardcover and e-book in February 2017.
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Lewandowski Denied Book Deal: Trump’s ousted campaign manager had an offer from HarperCollins, but declined to provide a copy of his non-disclosure agreement.

Adichie Imagines the Life of Melania: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's "The Arrangements" is a work of fiction following Melania Trump.

The Palestine Festival of Literature: On the occupation of Palestine and its effects on the celebration of book culture.

Wonder Woman's Heroic Feminism: Wonder Woman became the feminist hero the ’70s needed after years of weird writing decisions.

Anaïs Nin Reads From Her Diary: A 60-minute vintage recording from 1966, read by the author herself.


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