Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Publishers Weekly newsletters

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PW Daily: Breaking book business, bookselling and author news, bestsellers lists and publishing deals.
Elevate: An Essential Guide to Life by Joseph Deitch
Karp Appointed President and Publisher of S&S Adult Trade
Simon & Schuster has appointed Jonathan Karp president and publisher of its adult publishing group. In his new role, Karp will oversee the house's New York-based adult trade imprints: Atria Books, Gallery Books, Scribner, Simon & Schuster and Touchstone. more »
Sells Fall in Q3 at Wiley's Publishing Division
Revenue in John Wiley’s publishing division fell 1% in the third quarter ended January 31, compared to the same period a year ago. more »
No Quick Fix for B&N
Barnes & Noble's turnaround will be a multiyear effort at least. more »
'The Wonder Down Under'
A joyful and indispensable guide filled with astonishing, important, and little-known information about the vagina that will equip a new generation to make informed choices about their sexual health and happiness. (Sponsored) Learn More »
The Thrilling Conclusion to the 'If I Run' Series
 
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JOB MOVES
Jill Schwartzman has been named editorial director at Plume, in addition to her duties at Dutton.
Whitney Hu, formerly communications director at the office of New York City Council member Brad Lander, has joined National Book Foundation as director of public programs.
John Quinn, formerly v-p of strategic planning and special projects at Hachette, has joined Abrams as v-p of finance.
Paul Colarusso has been promoted to marketing director, from associate marketing director, for adult trade books at Abrams.
Kim Sheu has been promoted to marketing manager, from associate marketing manager, for adult trade books at Abrams.
Zoe Michaels has been promoted to senior marketing designer, from marketing director, for adult trade at Abrams.
Kimberly Lew, formerly at SMP, has joined Abrams as marketing manager for adult trade.
Danielle Youngsmith has been named senior manager for design management for adult trade books at Abrams, in addition to her role as senior designer.
Eli Mock has joined Abrams as junior designer for adult trade at Abrams.
London Book Fair 2018
Naval Institute Press Navigates to Graphic Novels
The publishing unit of the nonprofit U.S. Naval Institute in Annapolis will add graphic novels and nonfiction later this year. more » »
Call for Information: Business Books
For this feature, we’d like to hear about books addressing various aspects of working life, such as leadership and management, climbing the corporate ladder, negotiating, entrepreneurship, and surviving in the gig economy. Pub. dates: June–December 2018. New titles only, please; no reprints. Please email pitches and links to artwork to features@publishersweekly.com by Mar. 26 and put “Call for Info: Business Books” in the subject line. more » »
News Briefs

Amazon Opens Amazon Books in Austin
The store opened on March 6 at the Domain Northside shopping complex. more » »
Chelsea Green Publishing Expands, Opens London Office
The publisher has opened a London office and appointed former Faber marketing director Matt Haslum in a new role as managing director. more » »
BOOKSTORE NEWS
 
N.Z. Store Closes at Longstanding Site: Whitcoulls is closing its store in Palmerston North, New Zealand, which has housed a bookstore for 100 years.
The Strand Owner Left Behind a Fortune: Late Strand owner Fred Bass, who died in January at age 89, left $25 million to his heirs.
Store Holds Contest to Give Itself Away: From My Shelf, a used bookstore in Wellsboro, Pa., is holding a writing contest that gives the winner ownership of the store.
Toronto Kids Comic Bookstore Reopens: Little Island Comics, which closed last year, has reopened two doors down from The Beguiling, its parent company.
THE ROUNDUP
 
Alexie Accusers Go On the Record: Following reporting on anonymous allegations and a statement Alexie issued last week, three women have put their names to the claims.
Did Shakespeare Invent His Own Source?: Notes made on a 16th-century manuscript, thought to have been an inspiration for 'Hamlet,' could have been the Bard’s own.
Google Is Selling Off Zagat: Seven years after picking up Zagat for $151 million, Google is selling off the perennial restaurant recommendation service.
Russ Solomon Dies at 92: The entrepreneur, who built Tower Records into a global business and pioneered a new way to sell music (and books), died at his home near Sacramento.
The New Literary Vanguard: Rounding up 15 remarkable books by women that are shaping the way we read and write fiction in the 21st century.
PW Bestsellers

Hardcover Nonfiction Bestseller List
'12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos' by Jordan B. Peterson is the #1 title on PW's adult hardcover nonfiction bestseller list. See the full list » »
PW Daily Review of the Day

'Raw: My Journey into the Wu-Tang' by Lamont “U-God” Hawkins
"Hawkins, a member of the Wu-Tang Clan...is a wonderful storyteller who spares no detail...and his willingness to share his wisdom in nonsaccharine terms yields an inspirational coming-of-age story." more » »
SHELFTALKER
Sometimes a reboot is just the thing. Sometimes it… really isn’t.



PICTURE OF THE DAY

An 'Odyssey' for UC Press
University of California Press employees celebrate the arrival of finished copies of Peter Green’s new translation of Homer’s 'The Odyssey,' the companion to his critically acclaimed translation of 'The Iliad.' Picture here (from l. to r.): UC Press's Jack Young, Maeve Cornell-Taylor, Lia Tijandra, Cris Cooke, Jolene Torr, Eric Schmidt, and Cindy Fulton.

Courtesy UC Press

Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
The Transition, Initiated by Copernicus and Galileo, from Religion to Science
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PW Children's Bookshelf: Breaking children's and YA publishing news, author interviews, bestsellers lists and reviews.
Baby Monkey, Private Eye Book Trailer
In the Spotlight
The Art and Making of a
Fan-Favorite Book

Fans of movies, TV shows, and video games have unprecedented access to leaks and spoilers online, but there is still a dedicated readership for behind-the-scenes books. We spoke with publishers about expanded efforts in this niche within the licensing market. more

In the News
Fox Chapel Launches
Children's Book Imprint

Happy Fox, a new children’s imprint from Fox Chapel Publishing, was unveiled at last week's New York Toy Fair. The Pa.-based publishing house, best known for its craft titles, sees an opportunity to reach younger readers through its BigFoot series and more. more

Advice & Answers to Questions That Matter
Book News
Sibling Picture Book Collaborators Debut with Two Titles
Since teaming up to write a picture book in 2014, sisters Tara Luebbe (l.) and Becky Cattie have sold six books to three publishers. The duo shared with us their creative process and journey to publication. more

Mary Had a Little Lab by Sue Fliess
Q & A
An Na
An Na has been writing for young readers for almost 20 years; her first novel, A Step Toward Heaven, won the 2002 Michael L. Printz Award. We spoke with the author about her new novel, The Place Between Breaths, which captures the inner workings of a schizophrenic teen’s mind.

Q: What was the most challenging part about writing the book?

A: Trying to make the book real and at the same time acceptable or relatable to readers was hard. So much of the story is disjointed. I needed to thread everything to a center, something that would pull readers in. This center became the train—an image that haunts Grace throughout the novel. more
New York Rights Fair 2018
Out Next Week
Hot Off the Presses:
Week of March 5, 2018

Among the books hitting shelves next week are a picture book about pigging out at a picnic, a middle grade adventure set in the Scottish Highlands, and the much-anticipated launch of a debut YA fantasy trilogy. more

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Rights Report
Sylvan Creekmore at Wednesday Books has acquired, in a preempt, S. Gonzales's Only Mostly Devastated. Pitched as Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda meets Clueless, inspired by Grease, the book follows a boy trying to navigate a family crisis and a move to a new school who is quickly adopted by a new group of friends and comes face-to-face with his summer fling—only to discover that the perfect boy he remembers now won't even look at him. Publication is planned for spring/summer 2019; Moe Ferrara at BookEnds Literary brokered the deal for world rights.
Kat Enright at Sky Pony has bought world rights to Jill MacKenzie's Breathe the Dragon. Talented artist and manga-obsessed 17-year-old Sadie struggles to heal physically and emotionally after a car accident, in which she was driving, that claimed the life of a teen motorcyclist and seriously injured her best friend. Publication is scheduled for spring 2019; the author is unagented.
Nancy Mercado at Scholastic has acquired The Lost Zombie on Earth, a new middle grade series by Tommy Greenwald, author of the Charlie Joe Jackson and Crimebiters books. The only survivor of a zombie purge finds himself wandering alone, until a caring couple takes him in and sends him to elementary school as their shy, very pale, and extremely unusual nephew. The projected publication date for the first book is summer 2019; Brianne Johnson at Writers House negotiated the three-book deal for world rights.
Wendy Lamb at Random House/Lamb has bought, in a preempt, Nicole Panteleakos's debut middle grade novel, Planet Earth Is Blue, and a second, untitled novel. The first book follows Nova, an autistic, nonverbal, space-obsessed 12-year-old who is awaiting the Challenger shuttle launch and the return of her big sister, Bridget, as she struggles to be understood, and ultimately, shines in her new foster family. Publication is set for summer 2019; Katie Grimm at Don Congdon Associates did the deal for North American rights.
Nathaniel Tabachnik and Sarah Fabiny at Penguin Workshop have acquired North American rights to Zoe Foster Blake's No One Likes a Fart, a humorous story about accepting yourself and finding a friend who loves you just the way you are. Publication is scheduled for fall 2019; Allison Hellegers at Rights People negotiated the deal on behalf of Eleanor Shorne Holden at Penguin Random House Australia.
Nancy Inteli at HarperCollins has acquired world rights to Anika Denise's (l.) The Love Letter, illustrated by Lucy Ruth Cummins. The story follows a mysterious love letter as it travels from animal to animal, brightening this group of friends' day. Publication is slated for fall 2019; Emily van Beek at Folio Jr./Folio Literary Management brokered the deal on behalf of the author and the illustrator.
Karen Greenberg at Knopf has bought world rights to Kristin L. Gray's picture book, A Party for Rover, illustrated by Scott Magoon. Inspired by NASA's Curiosity rover, it tells the story of a lonely Mars rover that throws itself a birthday party. Publication is planned for spring 2020; Caryn Wiseman at Andrea Brown Literary represented the author, and Rebecca Sherman at Writers House represented the illustrator.
Erin Clarke at Knopf has bought world rights to Salsa Lullaby, a bilingual picture book by Jen Arena (l.), illustrated by Erika Meza, in which mami, papi, and bebé dance/bailan, sing/cantan, jump/saltan, and more until bebé falls asleep. The book is set for fall 2019; Jill Corcoran at Jill Corcoran Literary Agency represented the author, and Claire Cartey at Holroyde Cartey represented the illustrator.
Amy Novesky at Creative Editions has acquired world rights to Julie Abery's (l.) Yusra Swims, illustrated by Sally Deng. The picture book follows refugee Yusra Mardini's journey from Syria, across the sea to Greece, to her new home in Germany, and all the way to the Olympics. Publication is slated for fall 2019; Essie White at Storm Literary Agency represented the author, and the illustrator represented herself.
Stephanie Pitts at Putnam has bought world rights to Mara Rockliff's (l.) Billie Jean!, a picture book biography of tennis champion and social activist Billie Jean King. Elizabeth Baddeley will illustrate; publication is planned for fall 2019. Jennifer Laughran at Andrea Brown Literary Agency represented the author, and Alexandra Penfold at Upstart Crow Literary represented the illustrator.
Alexis Orgera and Chad Reynolds at Penny Candy have acquired global rights to The Yellow Suitcase by Meera Sriram (l.), with art by debut children's illustrator Meera Sethi. The picture book tells the story of a girl who visits India for her grandmother's funeral with the yellow suitcase that has meant so much to both of them. The book will be published in November 2018; Tracy Marchini at BookEnds Literary represented the author, and the illustrator was unagented.
Eliza Swift at Albert Whitman has bought world rights to Little Red Rhyming Hood by Mary Had a Little Lab author-illustrator duo Sue Fliess and Petros Bouloubasis. The picture book is a twist on the "Little Red Riding Hood" fable, in which Little Red only speaks in verse. Publication is scheduled for fall 2019; Jennifer Unter at the Unter Agency represented the author, and Courtney Walls at Advocate Art represented the artist.
Barb McNally at Sleeping Bear has acquired world rights to Susan Wood's (l.) Sandy Feet, a nonfiction STEM-based picture book focused on using creatures' footprints to explore the shoreline habitat. Steliyana Doneva will illustrate; publication is expected in spring 2019. Caryn Wiseman represented the author, and Mela Bolinao at MB Artists represented the illustrator.
Sarah Fabiny at Penguin Workshop has bought Steve and Chieri DeGregorio's Vehicles and Animals, board books based on the 8-bit art that has driven their Kids' Picture Show videos to reach hundreds of millions of YouTube views. Publication is set for spring 2019; Jim McCarthy at Dystel, Goderich & Bourret did the deal for world rights.
Amy Novesky and Tom Peterson at the Creative Company have acquired world rights to Simon Says Open the Book, a board book by Emilia Zebrowska (l.) that teaches children about verbs. Susan Reagan will illustrate; publication is slated for fall 2019. Anna Olswanger at Olswanger Literary represented the author, and the illustrator was unagented.
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IN THE MEDIA
From Publishing Perspectives:
Bologna's 2018 Children's Publishers of the Year Nominees from Six World Regions. Click here
From the Bologna Book Fair:
The winners of the 2018 BolognaRagazzi Awards have been revealed. Click here
From the Washington Post:
Dolly Parton likes to give away books. She just donated her 100 millionth. Click here
From School Library Journal:
NEA Focuses Read Across America on Diversity, Not Dr. Seuss. Click here
From Book Riot:
100 Must-Read Young Adult Science Fiction Books. Click here
From the New York Times:
Drawing Black History: 4 Children's Book Illustrators Show Us How. Click here
From School Library Journal:
Incarcerated Teens Write Graphic Novels. Click here
From the Journal-Register:
You are what you read: How contemporary young adult literature shaped a generation. Click here
From the New York Times:
China's Censors Ban Winnie the Pooh After Xi's Power Grab. Click here
From Entertainment Weekly:
Author Sara Farizan reveals the cover of her next book, Here to Stay. Click here
From BuzzFeed:
18 YA Authors Recommend Their Favorite Feminist Books. Click here
From Brightly:
The Best Dr. Seuss Books for Every Age and Stage. Click here
From Electric Literature:
How Young Adult Literature Taught Me to Love Like a White Girl. Click here
From Book Riot:
My Kid Has the Worst Taste in Literature. Click here
SHELFTALKER
When it comes to managing inventory and making the hard decisions, there is no substitute for a ruthless sheep.
This season brings two exceptional books, one for young children, one for teens, celebrating gender fluidity.
more »

Kenny Brechner
A Magical Tea Bag
A new picture book, ‘The Rabbit Listened,’ is a source of ever-renewable inspiration.
One shopkeeper’s list of top trends from the 2018 North American Toy Fair.
FEATURED REVIEWS
Big Bunny
Rowboat Watkins. Chronicle, $16.99 (40p) ISBN 978-1-4521-6390-1

In this inventive, clever outing, Watkins ponders what’s scary and how much context matters. We hear—but don’t see— what seems to be a parent and child bickering over the fright quotient of a bedtime story involving a big bunny. The parent tries to pull the story back from the brink by insisting that the rabbit wants to eat carrots and carrots only, but the young reader pushes for something more terrifying. more
Rescue & Jessica: A Life-Changing Friendship
Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes, illus. by Scott Magoon. Candlewick, $16.99 (32p) ISBN 978-0-7636-9604-7

These married authors, who each lost legs in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and have a service dog named Rescue, affectingly weave fact and fiction in their debut book. Jessica, a fictional child, is a hospital patient recovering from an unspecified injury. While she learns to walk with a prosthetic leg, a frisky black Lab is being trained as a service dog nearby. Jessica’s spirits improve measurably once she adopts Rescue. more
The Stone Girl's Story
Sarah Beth Durst. Clarion, $16.99 (336p) ISBN 978-1-328-72945-3

Durst’s middle grade fantasy is a feast for the senses. Mayka has lived on the mountain above the great city of Skye with her stone friends from the time her flesh-and-blood father carved her from stone. After his death, the stories and life force carved into the stone of Mayka’s friends begin to fade. In search of a stonemason to recarve their marks, the lifelike girl pushes past her comfort zone and travels to Skye. more
The Universe Is Expanding and So Am I
Carolyn Mackler. Bloomsbury, $17.99 (304p) ISBN 978-1-68119-599-5

Virginia Shreves is back in Mackler’s sequel to her award-winning 2003 novel, The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big Round Things. She’s still worried about her weight, still worried about boys and finding love, but most of all worried because her brother, Byron, has just been arrested. Mackler infuses momentum into Virginia’s story by returning to the alleged sexual assault Byron committed at Columbia, for which he faces trial and possible jail time. more
TALES FROM THE SLUSH PILE
March 1, 2018
Out of Wonder by Kwame Alexander
A Different Pond by Bao Phi
PW KidsCast: A Conversation with Blue Balliett
People
Kevin Lewis has joined Erin Murphy Literary Agency as an agent, focusing primarily on writer-illustrators and on diverse voices. He was previously an editor at Scholastic, Simon & Schuster, and Disney, and is the author of close to a dozen picture books.
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers has several promotions. Stefanie Hoffman has been promoted to senior marketing manager, from marketing manager. Deirdre Jones has been promoted to senior editor, from editor. Nikki Garcia has been promoted to associate editor, from assistant editor. Daniella Valladares has been promoted to associate editor, from assistant editor. Jen Keenan has been promoted to associate art director, from senior designer. Angela Taldone has been promoted to assistant designer, from design assistant.
Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing has a promotion and two new hires. Jasmine Ye has been promoted to associate production editor, from managing editorial assistant. Nicole Fox has joined as editorial assistant for Simon Spotlight. Morgan York has joined as managing editorial assistant.
On-Sale Calendar

Spring comes in like a lion with new books for readers of all ages. Jory John, with Liz Climo illustrating, asks Can Somebody Please Scratch My Back? Early reader character Dory Fantasmagory gets her fourth installment, and perennial favorite author-illustrator Tomie dePaola's book Clown of God releases. Pulitzer-Prize winning author Junot Díaz offers up his first title for children, the picture book Islandborn, illustrated by Leo Espinosa. Australian YA authors Amy Kaufman and Jay Kristoff conclude their Illuminae Files with Obsidio, Peter Brown has a sequel to his novel The Wild Robot, called The Wild Robot Escapes, and Leslie Odom Jr., of Hamilton fame, publishes an inspirational book, Failing Up. For more children's and YA titles on sale throughout the month of March, check out PW's full On-Sale Calendar.
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Take a look ahead at some of the big titles for children and teens due out this fall, from picture books to YA novels, in our exclusive roundup.
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PW Religion BookLine: Religious publishing news, reviews, author interviews and upcoming books.
New York Rights Fair 2018

Beyond Mindfulness: Shambhala's Activist Publisher
Shambhala Publications, nearing its 50th anniversary in 2019, is fostering Buddhist values for enlightened living through its revitalized website, expanded online courses and an upcoming imprint for kids. more

'Left Behind'’s Jenkins Begins New Fiction Series
Jerry Jenkins, co-author of the bestselling Left Behind series and a variety of other novels and nonfiction titles, opens a new fiction series set in Jordan during an archeological dig. more

Will Millennials Return to Religion?
A wave of new books by young pastors and concerned experts focus on coaxing Millennials into -- or back to -- religious life by addressing the challenges they pose to parents, pastors, and society. more

Rise of Secularism Attracts Publishers to Growing Market
Whether it’s books on racial tensions, single parenting, social change or social media, religion publishers are satisfying a demand for books that help parents address the most challenging issues of the day. more

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Religion & Spirituality Announcements: Spring 2018
Many of this spring’s most anticipated titles address how Christianity is responding to internal and external pressures. more

Evangelist Billy Graham Has Died at Age 99
Rev. Billy Graham preached around the world and reached, book by book, into millions of American homes, with his call to salvation before his death, just months before his 100th birthday. more

Religion and Spirituality Books Preview March 2018
Miracles, mysticism, music, meditation and more are popular themes in March releases. more

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Reviews

Grateful: Inside the Atheist Mind
Author Anthony DeStefano blasts famous atheists as "intellectually bankrupt" hypocrites. more

Christian: The Politics of a Word in America
Matthew Bowman's rigorous study examines ways that the politically powerful use their white, Christian cultural heritage to claim a divine right to govern. more

Trust Women: A Progressive Christian Argument for Reproductive Justice
In Rebecca Todd Peters' courageous, personal book, the minister and religious studies professor argues that abortion is used to shame women, control their bodies, and manipulate their choices. more

Demanding Liberty
In telling the history of Isaac Backus, an 18th century activist farmer and born-again Christian, Brandon J. O'Brien argues that civil disobedience has been necessary since colonial days to advocate for minority rights. more

News Briefs
God Code Makes History (Channel)
The book has a new title to match the upcoming broadcast documentary. more
Video of the Day

Experience Prayer in a Whole New Way
Barbour’s new Prayer Map journals are an engaging and creative way to fully experience the power of prayer. Each page features a fun, colorful design that guides readers to write out specific thoughts, ideas, and lists which create a prayer “map” for them to follow as they talk to God. Editions are available for boys, girls, teens, and women. (Sponsored) Watch Now
Photo of the Day
Author and Singer Celebrate God's Masterpieces
Francine Rivers and Danny Gokey of American Idol shared their biblical inspiration, Ephesians 2:10, at a February event sponsored by Christian media outlet K-LOVE in Pleasanton, Calif. Her new novel, The Masterpiece (Tyndale) and one of Gokey’s latest songs, Masterpiece both draw on themes of mercy, redemption and renewal in Christ as "God's Masterpiece." Photo by K-LOVE

PW KidsCast: A Conversation with Blue Balliett
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PW Children's Bookshelf: Breaking children's and YA publishing news, author interviews, bestsellers lists and reviews.
The Serpent's Secret by Sayantani Dasgupta
In the Spotlight
2017 Bestsellers: Thriving Backlists, Popular Tie-Ins, and More
Our exclusive, extensive compilation of last year's bestsellers encompasses a wide range of titles, dominated by series (both classic and contemporary), graphic novels, movie and television tie-in editions, and beloved picture books. more

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I Can Be Anything! by Diane Dillon
In the News
Authors Mobilize Children's Book Community to March on March 24
Using the hashtag #KidLitMarchesforKids, YA authors Jenny Han and Raina Telgemeier have taken the lead in organizing the children’s publishing community to join the movement for gun control. "We write for kids," said Han. "Everybody who creates art for kids wants to see them thrive." more

Publishers Hop on the STEAM Train at Toy Fair
This year's New York Toy Fair showed a growing interest in books and toys with a focus on science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics. “Science is definitely having a moment,” said Heidi Weiland, director of trade sales at Sourcebooks. more

Parragon Faces Closure
The U.K.-based publisher of books featuring licensed characters from companies like Disney, Mattel, and Nickelodeon announced on Tuesday morning it may be forced to close before the end of the year due to financial pressure. more

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On the Scene
On Tour with
Sherri Duskey Rinker

This month, the bestselling author set out on a national tour in celebration of her new picture book, Tiny and the Big Dig. We’ve gathered a selection of photo highlights from the events, which included bookstore and classroom visits, interactive presentations, and more. more

In Theaters
'Every Day'
The film adaptation of David Levithan’s 2012 novel, Every Day, opened in theaters on February 23. The film has earned praise for its unconventional approach to teen romance, particularly in regards to its treatment of gender fluidity. more

Q & A
Jillian Tamaki
Jillian Tamaki, a Toronto-based graphic novelist whose books include Skim and This One Summer, has added a new feather to her cap. Her debut picture book, They Say Blue, tells the story of a child who uses her senses to explore the world around her. We spoke with Tamaki about the experience of crafting a story in a new medium.

Q: Can you compare working on graphic novels with the experience of writing and illustrating a picture book?

A: The poetry and distillation of kids’ books, in word and image, is a completely different challenge. more

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Rights Report
Krista Marino at Delacorte has acquired, at auction, Kate Williams's YA debut, The Babysitters Coven. Pitched as Adventures in Babysitting meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the book follows witchy teenage babysitters Esme Pearl and Cassandra Heaven as they protect the innocent and prevent evil from taking over their small Kansas town. The first book is set to publish in fall 2019; Kerry Sparks at Levine Greenberg Rostan negotiated the two-book deal for North American rights.
Kelsey Murphy at HarperCollins/Balzer + Bray has bought two novels from Geekerella and Heart of Iron author Ashley Poston. The first book, Soul of Stars, is a sequel to Heart of Iron, in which the crew of the Dossier embarks on a desperate last flight to save the kingdom and the ones they love from a darkness that threatens to consume their entire galaxy. Publication is planned for summer 2019, with a second, untitled YA fantasy to follow; Holly Root at Root Literary brokered the deal for North American rights.
Joanna Cárdenas at Penguin's new Kokila imprint has acquired world rights to Doodles from the Boogie Down, a middle grade graphic novel by debut author-illustrator Stephanie Rodriguez. The book, which is autobiographically inspired, follows a young Latina in the Bronx, who navigates friendships and a strict mother as she carves out a place for herself in the world as a budding artist. Publication is slated for spring 2020; Linda Camacho at Gallt & Zacker Literary Agency represented the author.
Lynne Polvino at Clarion has acquired three books by Kate Milford, all set in the world of Greenglass House, as well as a fourth standalone novel. Bluecrowne: A Greenglass House Story, illustrated by Nicole Wong, arrives in fall 2018; an untitled book featuring Marzana, a character introduced in Ghosts of Greenglass House, illustrated by Jaime Zollars, follows in fall 2019; and The Raconteur's Commonplace Book, also illustrated by Wong, is scheduled for spring 2020. The standalone middle grade novel, Rialto, is scheduled for fall 2020; Barry Goldblatt at Barry Goldblatt Literary negotiated the deal for world rights.
Alex Arnold at HarperCollins/Tegen has bought, in a five-house auction, North American rights to From the Desk of Zoe Washington, a middle grade contemporary debut by Janae Marks, along with a second, untitled novel. Unaware that her incarcerated father has been writing her letters every year on her birthday, Zoe Washington intercepts the mail upon turning 12. After beginning a secret correspondence with the help of her grandmother, Zoe realizes that not only is the man she's never met kind and caring, but he may be innocent of his crime. Publication is slated for winter 2020; Alexander Slater at Trident Media Group did the deal.
Kheryn Callender at Little, Brown has bought Jack Henseleit's debut novel, The Witching Hours: The Vampire Knife, first in a middle grade series. When siblings Anna and Max find a mysterious knife, they're dragged into a world of monsters and magic. After Max is kidnapped by a vampire, it's up to Anna and a new friend to save him. Publication is slated for fall 2018; a sequel, The Witching Hours: The Troll Heart, is set for spring 2019. Annabel Barker and Madeleine Manifold at Hardie Grant Egmont brokered the deal for North American rights.
Ben Rosenthal at HarperCollins/Tegen has acquired North American rights to four titles in J.H. Reynolds's Monsterstreet, a debut middle grade series with each title exploring a unique horror theme. In the first book, The Boy Who Cried Werewolf, 12-year-old Max Bloodnight, who was told that his father was killed by a legendary werewolf, works to learn the truth of his father's death and, in the process, learns something about himself. The series is slated to launch in summer 2019, with an untitled second book; Rosemary Stimola at Stimola Literary Studio did the deal.
Margaret Anastas at HarperCollins has bought Jennifer Li Shotz's new series, Scout, about a stray puppy with a troubled past who joins the National Guard. Publication for the first book is planned for spring 2018; Hayley Wagreich and Josh Bank at Alloy Entertainment handled the three-book deal for world English rights.
Charlie Ilgunas at Yellow Jacket has acquired Fiadhnait Moser's second middle grade novel, The Serendipity of Flightless Things. Pitched as a retelling of the Irish legend "The Children of Lir," the book features a 12-year-old Irish girl who is shipped to America after her grandmother's death to live with her long lost mother, where she finds that life seems disturbingly similar to one of her grandmother's stories. Publication is scheduled for summer 2019; Suzie Townsend at New Leaf Literary & Media negotiated the deal for world English rights.
Reka Simonsen at Atheneum has bought North American rights to You Are Home: An Ode to the National Parks by Evan Turk, a picture book about the wonder and awe of the U.S. national parks. The book represents regions across the entire nation, including Alaska and Hawai'i. Publication is planned for summer 2019; Brenda Bowen at Sanford J. Greenburger brokered the deal.
Stephanie Lurie at Disney-Hyperion has acquired Jenn Harney's author-illustrator debut, Underwear. The picture book features a young bear's shenanigans as he gets out of the bath and ready for bed. The book will pub in spring/summer 2019; Rachel Orr at Prospect Agency negotiated the deal for world English rights.
Emma Ledbetter at Atheneum has acquired, at auction, More Than Sunny, a debut picture book by Beatrice Zinker, Upside Down Thinker author-illustrator Shelley Johannes. The story centers around a brother and sister who brave the elements with a megawatt supply of invention, play, and vision. Publication is slated for spring 2020, with a second untitled book to follow; Stephen Barr at Writers House brokered the deal for world rights, excluding the U.K. and Australia.
Jen Besser at Macmillan has bought, for Roaring Brook Press, bestselling duo Holly M. McGhee and Pascal Lemaitre's Listen, which speaks to the connectedness of all living things and encourages readers to use both their senses and their heart to experience the world around them to the fullest. Publication is set for fall 2019; Elena Giovinazzo at Pippin Properties sold North American on behalf of both the author and the illustrator.
Sylvie Frank at S&S/Wiseman has bought world rights to a picture book by Tim McCanna (l.), illustrated by Richard Smythe. Tentatively titled Dinosaur Song, the book is a prehistoric, geological romp told in onomatopoeia. Publication is scheduled for fall 2019; Caryn Wiseman at Andrea Brown Literary Agency represented the author, and Anne Moore Armstrong at the Bright Agency represented the illustrator.
Kristen Nobles at Page Street Kids has bought world rights to Monica Kulling's (l.) In the Pea Pickers Camp. The picture book provides a look at the family behind Dorothea Lange's famous "Migrant Mother" photograph. Sarah Dvojack will illustrate; publication is planned for fall 2019. Karen Grenick at Red Fox Literary represented the author, and Linda Camacho at Gallt & Zacker represented the illustrator.
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IN THE MEDIA
From School Library Journal:
Charlesbridge Book to Be Re-Illustrated to Remove David Díaz. Click here
From the Guardian:
The triumphant return of Rebel Girls: "We are proud our book has become a symbol of resistance." Click here
From NPR:
Children's Publishing House Takes Food Literacy Literally. Click here
From Mashable:
A 14-year-old is raising money to send 1,000 girls to see A Wrinkle in Time. Click here
From the Los Angeles Times:
Finalists announced for the L.A. Times Young Adult Literature prize. Click here
From the San Diego Tribune:
Private joke becomes a critically acclaimed children's book for Brian Selznick and David Serlin. Click here
From Mathical:
The 2018 Mathical Prize winners have been announced. Click here
From USA Today:
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Young Finn’s grandfather, when he was alive, told Finn stories about “a place far away where ocean meets sky.” Now, to celebrate the day his grandfather would have been 90, Finn creates a boat out of wood scraps, then drifts off to sleep inside it. Finn sails through nautical fancies, at last reaching a starry, light-filled paradise. more
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A sensitive and perceptive girl searches for balance and order in this taut, graceful novel from Rylant, set in small-town Indiana in 1972. Flora is grappling with the death of her beloved dog and with her parents’ separation, and wonders where her fellow fourth-graders found their “sudden confidence.” A comforting constant in her off-kilter life is Wings and a Chair Used Books, where her mother works. more
Life Inside My Mind: 31 Authors Share Their Personal Struggles
Edited by Jessica Burkhart. Simon Pulse, $17.99 (320p) ISBN 978-1-4814-9464-9

Renowned writers of fiction and nonfiction candidly speak out about their experiences with often stigmatized mental illnesses, including agoraphobia, OCD, Alzheimer’s, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and depression and anxiety, which frequently go hand in hand. These bold, brave essays will educate the uninformed and inspire hope in those who may feel alone in their suffering. more
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Sherman Alexie Latest Author Facing Harassment Allegations
National Book Award–winning author Sherman Alexie, whose prominence in the Native American writing community is perhaps unparalleled, has been anonymously accused of sexual and general misconduct by members of that community and others in the writing world. more »
Indie Booksellers Conflicted About Allegations Made Against Sherman Alexie
Sherman Alexie has long been a champion of independent bookstores. Now, with the bestselling author facing sexual harassment charges leveled at him largely via social media, booksellers are grappling with how, and if, they should respond. more »
Authors Mobilize Children's Book Community to March on March 24
Using the hashtag #KidLitMarchesforKids, authors Jenny Han and Raina Telgemeier have taken the lead in organizing the children’s publishing community to join the movement for gun control. "We write for kids," said Han. "Everybody who creates art for kids wants to see them thrive." more »
'The Stars Beneath Our Feet' Wins CSK John Steptoe Award for New Talent
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JOB MOVES
Shawn Foster has been promoted to executive director of children's sales at Hachette Book Group.
Alyssa Oles has been promoted to v-p for fulfillment operations and IT services at Penguin Random House.
Lily McLemore has been promoted to associate editor at BookPage.
Stephanie Hill, formerly managing editor at CenterWatch, has joined Wiley as journals production editor.
Rob Holden is being promoted to associate national account manager for publisher services at Penguin Random House.
Jonathan Chung has been promoted to sales associate at Penguin Random House.
Sarah Stanton, formerly executive editor at Rowman & Littlefield, has joined Shambhala Publications as editor.
Roly Allen has been named licensing director at Ilex.

Spotlight on Comics and Graphic Novels

Review: Young Frances by Hartley Lin
Frances Scarland is a smart young law clerk at a high-pressure law firm, her best friend, Vickie, is a gorgeous actress and party girl. In this disarmingly brilliant work, Lin uses their professions as a stage to define the clumsy charm of their devoted friendship. »
The Unusual Life of Andy Kaufman: PW Talks with Box Brown
In his new graphic biography, 'Is This Guy for Real? The Unbelievable Andy Kaufman,' Box Brown documents the life of the eccentric comedian and professional wrestling performer. more » »

More To Come Podcast 303: Black Panther Movie Special: This week we discuss director Ryan Coogler’s wildly popular new film, 'Black Panther,' a landmark work in African American pop culture; plus, Heidi Interviews Fanbase Press editor-in-chief Barbra Dillon.
'Left Behind'’s Jenkins Begins New Fiction Series
Jerry Jenkins, co-author of the bestselling Left Behind series and a variety of other novels and nonfiction titles, opens a new fiction series set in Jordan during an archeological dig. more » »
iBooks Bestsellers: Hannah 'Alone' On Top
Kristin Hannah's follow-up to 'The Nightingale,' 'The Great Alone,' hits the top of Apple's iBooks store bestseller list. more » »
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News Briefs

WNBA to Host Time's Up Panel
The panel will investigate the #MeToo movement in publishing designed "to empower and inform anyone who has found themselves encountering or witnessing sexual harassment and discrimination in the publishing workplace." more » »
Flatiron to Publish Melinda Gates
Flatiron Books has acquired World English and translation rights for a book by Melinda Gates, 'Walking Each Other Home: How to Empower Women and Change the World.' more » »
PRH Will Continue to Distribute for America's Test Kitchen
Penguin Random House Publisher Services has implemented a multi-year extension of its global sales and distribution partnership with the cookbook publisher. more » »

THE ROUNDUP
 
Harper Lee's Will Is Unsealed: When the novelist died in her sleep two years ago, at 89, she left a trail of lingering questions about her life and work. Her will has answered few of them.
Hachette Launches Vinyl Audiobook Series: Hachette Audio, in partnership with Wax Audio Group, has launched a series that will bring Lin-Manuel Miranda and more to vinyl.
Claudia Rankine Takes to the Stage: ArtsEmerson in Boston is presenting American Repertory Theater's production of 'The White Card.'
Oswalt Honors Late Wife with Book: Patton Oswalt remembered his late wife, Michelle McNamara, by bringing a copy of her posthumous book on the Golden State Killer to her grave.
Virginia Woolf’s Personal Photo Albums: If you were wondering what Virginia Woolf’s summer vacation looked like, you can now snoop through her albums to find out.

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Children's Fiction Bestseller List
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PW DAILY REVIEW OF THE DAY

'Fatal Discord: Erasmus, Luther, and the Fight for the Western Mind' by Michael Massing
"Massing, a former executive editor for the Columbia Journalism Review, superbly accomplishes the mammoth task of writing a dual biography of Desiderus Erasmus (1466–1536) and Martin Luther (1483–1546) that places the pair within their historical context." more » »

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PICTURE OF THE DAY

A Rare Disease Day Book Viewing
Karen Haberberg (l.) shows Stephanie Katzman the book 'An Ordinary Day: Kids with Rare Genetic Conditions' (PowerHouse Books). Katzman is looking at the photographs of her son Ethan, who has Angelman Syndrome, in advance of Rare Disease Day, February 28.

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International Hot Book Properties
This week's hot books include an Australian middle-grade series and a Finnish bestseller about a blind girl. more »



Book to Film Deals
This week's notable book acquisitions in Hollywood include a seven-figure preempt to option a HaprerCollins thriller, and a film deal for a narrative poem by Stephen King. more »



U.S. Adult Deals Roundup
Carl Safina closes a double at Macmillan, Putnam nabs a new novel by Aussie scribe Robert Hillman, and more in this week's notable book deals. more »



U.S. Children's Book Deals Roundup
New deals this week for Holly Goldberg Sloan, Meg Wolitzer, Nahoko Uehashi, Akwaeke Emezi, and more. more »



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Parragon Faces Closure
The U.K.-based publisher of books featuring licensed characters from companies like Disney, Mattel, and Nickelodeon announced on Tuesday morning it may be forced to close before the end of the year due to financial pressure. more »



Johnson Out as Bonnier Publishing CEO, Interim Named
Richard Johnson is stepping down as group CEO of U.K.-based Bonnier Publishing (a subsidiary of Sweden’s Bonnier Books) after nearly nine years in the role. Jim Zetterlund, currently COO and CFO of Bonnier Books, has been named acting CEO. more »



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This Week's U.S. Bestsellers

Hardcover Nonfiction

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Michael Wolff, Author
2
12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos
Jordan B Peterson, Author
3
Steven Pinker, Author
4
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild the Complete Official Guide: -Expanded Edition
Piggyback, Author
5
Astrophysics for People in a Hurry
Neil Degrasse Tyson, Author

Hardcover Fiction

1
Kristin Hannah, Author
2
A J Finn, Author
3
An American Marriage (Oprah Book Club)
Tayari Jones, Author
4
Jojo Moyes, Author
5
Lisa Gardner, Author




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After Another Disappointing Quarter, B&N Unveils Turnaround Plan
Sales at the retailer fell again in the third quarter, down 5.3%. The slide prompted the creation of a four-pronged strategic plan that will require, as CEO Demos Parneros put it, "a significant multi-year transformation." more »
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JOB MOVES
Alisa Trager has joined Humanoids as sales and marketing assistant.
Mike Bzozowski has joined HarperCollins Christian Publishing as manager of contracts administration.
Kevin Lewis has joined Erin Murphy Literary Agency as agent, focusing primarily on writer-illustrators and on diverse voices.
Nicole Fox has joined Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing as editorial assistant for Simon Spotlight.
Alex Lencicki has been promoted to v-p of marketing and publicity director at Orbit Books.
Morgan York has joined Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing as managing editorial assistant.
Lauren Panepinto has been promoted to v-p and creative director at Orbit Books.
Jasmine Ye has been promoted to associate production editor from managing editorial assistant at Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing.
Ellen Wright has been promoted to associate publicity director at Orbit Books.
Angela Taldone has been promoted to assistant designer at Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.

Elizabeth Strout’s ‘Anything Is Possible’ Wins The Story Prize
Strout was awarded The Story Prize and a $20,000 cash prize for her acclaimed short story collection 'Anything Is Possible,' at a ceremony at New York's New School. more » »

News Briefs

Jennifer Egan Named President of PEN America
PEN America, a nonprofit organization that works to defend free expression, has named Pulitzer Prize–winning author Jennifer Egan its president, succeeding Andrew Solomon. more » »
After Black Panther, Ta-Nehisi Coates Will Now Write for Captain America
After his acclaimed tenure writing for Marvel’s iconic African superhero, Black Panther, National Book Award–winning author Ta-Nehisi Coates will now write for another legendary character, Captain America, in a new series that will begin this July. more » »

BOOKSTORE NEWS
 
50th Anniversary for Beverly Farms Store: The Book Shop of Beverly Farms in Massachusetts has been serving customers for fifty years.
Hartford Bookstore Marks Four Years: Book Club Bookstore & More in Hartford, Conn., is celebrating its fourth anniversary.
Tennessee College Store is Moving: The campus bookstore at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., is moving off campus.
Book People's Bercu to Retire: Steve Bercu, owner of Book People bookstore in Austin, Tex., will retire in June.
Second Location for Winnipeg Bookstore: McNally Robinson Booksellers has opened a new 850 sq. ft. store in Winnipeg.
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Raymond Danowski Dies at 74: The owner of 75,000 volumes of verse, believed to be the largest private library of 20th-century poetry in English, died at home last month.
NEA Turns RAA Toward Diversity: Read Across America and Dr. Seuss have always been linked, but this year, the National Education Association is including other, diverse voices.
Lee and Low and Food Literacy: June Jo Lee's interest in food inspired her husband Philip Lee to create a publishing company that would bring books about good food to kids.
An Interview with Denis Johnson: “I thought I’d never publish these things,” the late author said of his work. “I thought it was important for me to hide the fact that I’m not right in the head.”
The Book Designers Speak: Five designers whose book jackets are routinely hailed as crowd favorites speak to their craft.

PW Bestsellers

Trade Paperback Bestseller List
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PW DAILY REVIEW OF THE DAY

'The Möbius Strip Club of Grief' by Bianca Stone
"Balancing a confessional voice with humor and portentous imagery, Stone explores grief, familial connection, and the small things that sustain life in her startling third collection." Read more » »

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PICTURE OF THE DAY

Chernow Raps at Speakeasy Gala
At this past Monday's House of SpeakEasy gala at New York's Edison Ballroom, award-winning historian Ron Chernow spoke (and rapped) about the path 'Alexander Hamilton' (Penguin) took from award-winning biography to the hottest ticket on Broadway.

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