Diane Roback

2014 NBA Young People's Literature Longlist Announced
Children's Books at BEA 2014: Photos from the Show
BEA 2014: Big Children's Books at BEA
Children's Book Week 2014 in Photos
Bologna 2014: Realism Reigns
Day One at Bologna 2014: Brisk Weather and Brisk Business
For Children’s Books in 2013, Divergent Led the Pack
Bologna Book Fair 2014 Preview: Emerging Imprints and Promising Publishers
DiCamillo, Floca, Sedgwick Win Newbery, Caldecott, Printz
NBA Young People's Literature Medalist Cynthia Kadohata: On a Streak of 'Luck'
Inside Stories About Memorable Books
Bologna 2013: An Emphasis on Middle-Grade and Realistic Fiction
Bologna 2013: Photos from the Fair
Facts & Figures 2012: ‘Hunger Games’ Still Rules in Children's
Back in the Day: Industry Veterans Remember the Early Years
Katherine Applegate on Winning the 2013 Newbery: 'Stunned Disbelief'
Applegate, Klassen, Lake Win Newbery, Caldecott, Printz
Surviving Sandy: Stories from the Publishing World
Children's Books for Fall 2012: All the Listings and Features
This Week's Bestsellers: July 9, 2012
A Final Farewell to Maurice Sendak
BEA 2012: Big Books for Kids: Surveying the Scene
Kinney, Selznick Win Top Prizes at Children's Choice Awards
The Pinterest Experiment
Facts and Figures 2011: In Children's, 'Hunger Games' Rule
Bologna Briefcase: What the Agents Are Bringing
Obituary: Gerald Harrison
Four Industry Veterans Lay Out Advice at SCBWI
Morning Shows Say No to Newbery/Caldecott
Gantos, Raschka, Whaley Win Newbery, Caldecott, Printz
Australia Names Two Children's Laureates
PW Talks with NBA Winner Thanhha Lai
Pamela Paul, Brooke Gladstone Address Children's Book Council
Children's Books For Fall: Fall 2011 Children's Announcements
Colorful Characters
Celebrating the Life of Margaret K. McElderry
Bologna 2011: Back to Business at a Buoyant Fair
Words of Advice
Pamela Paul Named Children's Books Editor at 'NYTBR'
'Hello? It's the ALA Calling': Stead and Vanderpool on Winning the Big Prize
Erskine Wins NBA in Young People's Literature
Food for Thought at the CBC's Annual Meeting
Patterson, Brown Win Top Honors at Children's Choice Awards
Q & A with Deborah Wiles
In Brief: April 29
Animal Tales at the Bronx Zoo
Father-Daughter Team Brings Back Lyle the Crocodile
The More Things Change....
Q & A with Kathryn Erskine
Back to Business At Bologna
Bologna Gets Back to Business
Meet Carrie Bradshaw (Without the Sex or the City)
Fiction Hot, Digital Not at Upbeat Bologna
David Almond, Jutta Bauer Win Hans Christian Andersen Awards
Facts and Figures 2009: Meyer's Reign Continues
Q & A with Ally Carter
Novel Revisions for Emma Dryden
Ron Koertge: Around the World, Virtually
‘Wonderland' Opens Big, New Alice Titles Hit Shelves
Movie Alert: ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid'
On to Bologna!
S&S to Launch New DiTerlizzi Series
Candlewick Launches Marketing Program for Indies
HarperTeen Promotion Aims to Combat Winter Blahs
In Brief: March 4
Q & A with Elisha Cooper
Q & A with Ricky Gervais
Rendezvous with Readeo
Galleys on the Go Give Readers an Early Look at Debut Novel
What's Old Is New for Pooh
Numbers Down, But Spirits Up, at 2010 Toy Fair
Common Sense Raises Issues at B&N
Yaged to Leave Disney
Children's Books: The Art of Mentoring
'Mockingjay' to Conclude the Hunger Games Trilogy
Kirkus Children's Reviews Back on Track
When the ALA Calls: Stead and Pinkney on Winning the Big Prize
Lori Benton Joins Capstone
‘Hunger Games 3’ to Pub Next August
Hoose Wins NBA in Young People's Literature
Children’s Publishing in the Digital Age
New Snicket Series in Works
Spring 2009 Flying Starts: Rosanne Parry
‘Because of Winn-Dixie’: The Musical
Rights Report: Children's Books
BookExpo America 2009: A Lively Children's Gathering
BookExpo America 2009: Children’s Highlights for Fall
BookExpo America 2009: ABC Debates Merger with ABA
Eden Ross Lipson Dies
Craig Virden Dies
Children's Sales to Stay Soft
Pannell Awards Announced
Mario Lopez to Write a Picture Book
New Pooh: A Preview of the Upcoming Sequel
Facts and Figures 2008: Meyer’s Deep Run
Haller Moves to Penguin Young Readers
The Good Old Days
Newbery, Caldecott Announced in Denver
'Hunger Games 2': A First Look
Blundell Wins NBA in Young People’s Literature
The French Connection: Children’s Books in Translation
Hornik Named President and Publisher of Dial and Dutton
‘Brisingr’ Breaks Random House Children’s Record
Stephenie Meyer… in Concert?
Celebrating Children's Book Week
Weak Dollar Makes For Tricky Show
Wrapping Up Bologna
Riordan Talks Up Clues in Bologna
Facts and Figures 2007: Farewell to Harry
Making a Deal at Bologna
About Our Cover Artist
Selznick and Schlitz Discuss Their Award-Winning Books
Booksellers React to Top Children’s Prizes
Scieszka Named National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature
Six Authors, and Colin Farrell, Click at Borders
That 8.3 Million Copies Sold
Was Just the Beginning

Facts and Figures 2006: Lemony Endings, Sweet
Halloween 2006: A Photo-Essay
Q&A with Robin Adelson
Wedding and Funerals and Everywhere in Between
Children's Bookshelf Talks With Betsy Groban
Facts and Figures 2005: Potter Leads the Pack
A Chat with the 2006 Newbery and Caldecott Winners
The 'NYTBR' Kids' Spot
Children’s Bookshelf talks with Julie Just
A Heritage of Poetry: Q & A with Caroline Kennedy
Facts and Figures 2004: Hollywood Comes Calling
Serving Up Some Flan
Facts and Figures 2003: Big Year for Harry, Lemony, Cat in Hat
Facts and Figures: The Bestselling Children's Books of 2002
Spring 2002 Flying Starts: Heather Henson
Facts and Figures 2001: A Change in the Ranks
Fall 2001 Flying Starts: Ann Brashares
Facts and Figures 2000: A Year of Big Numbers
Subway Stories
Facts and Figures 1999: Harry, Pokemon Were the Stars
The Lighter Side of the Slush Pile
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