Trade sales in the quarter ended November 30, 2016 jumped 60% at Scholastic over the comparable period a year ago, led by the market strength of several Harry Potter titles. more »
An Oprah Book, An Imprint: Flatiron Books has announced the name of Oprah Winfrey's new publishing imprint, as well as some of its first titles.
Why Forbes is Backing Book Publishing: Forbes has launched the ForbesBooks imprint as a new revenue generator in a world dominated by digital products and digital entrepreneurs.
The 'NYT' Top Books of 2016: Michiko Kakutani, Dwight Garner, Jennifer Senior, and Janet Maslin put together lists of their top ten favorite books of 2016.
How the 'NYT Book Review' Works: A few things you may not have known about how books are assigned, reviewed, and considered for the year-end lists of the paper of record.
'Wired' Launches Science Fiction Issue: The magazine launches its first fiction issue with a focus on sci-fi, "something that helps you let your own mind wander."
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From the Huffington Post:
Netflix's Dark New Series of Unfortunate Events Adaptation Will Be "Super Faithful to the Books." Click here
From the Guardian:
Rare edition of J.K. Rowling's Beedle the Bard sells in London for £368,750. Click here
Reflections on Faith and Art: Madeleine L'Engle's Search for Solace in Storytelling. Click here
From the Bookseller:
Beyond dystopias: how will YA publishing evolve in 2017? Click here
From Book Riot:
Six Young Adult Novels by Indigenous Women Authors. Click here
My Path to Peter: Andrea Davis Pinkney on Bringing Ezra Jack Keats and The Snowy Day to Life. Click here
Sherman Alecxie Says the Part-Time Indian Film Will Cast Native American Actors ln Main Roles. Click here
Highlights Plans to Feature Same-Sex Families — and People Are Already Up in Arms Over It. Click here
From Book Riot:
18 Young Adult Books We're Looking Forward to in 2017. Click here
From Publishing Perspectives:
Sweden's Olika: A Decidedly 'Different' Children's Book Publisher. Click here
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