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  • In Brief: August 27, 2015

    This week, YA reigns in D.C., a hashtag contest invites fans to "take a bow," and readers gear up for school with ice-cream and a middle-grade author.

  • Author Solutions Case Ends With Settlement

    The closely-watched case against self-publishing service provider Author Solutions in New York is over, just weeks after a federal judge denied the case class action status.

  • Random House Queues Up Its 'First in Line' Program

    "Be the first to read the last line of the next big thing," invites a promo piece for First in Line, an initiative offering an early peek at new YA titles.

  • In Brief: August 20, 2015

    This week, a picture book author’s tapestry honors a music legend; some popular crayons come home; an author (and dad) eases first-day school jitters; and young writers shine at a book club camp.

  • Hot Off the Presses: Week of August 24, 2015

    Hitting bookshelves this week are some picture books from bestselling pairings, the long-awaited second volume in a YA series, a buzzed middle-grade novel about a transgender girl, and plenty more.

  • 'New York Times' Changes Children's Bestseller Lists

    Starting August 21, the 'New York Times' will tweak its children's bestseller lists, separating hardcover middle grade and young adult titles from paperback and e-book bestsellers.

  • This Week in Children's Apps: August 17, 2015

    This week in children's apps, an interactive story book encourages vocabulary building.

  • Josalyn Moran to Launch Imprint for Quarto USA

    Josalyn Moran, former executive at Barnes & Noble, Chronicle Books, and Albert Whitman, is starting a new imprint for Quarto Publishing Group USA, to be called Seagrass Press.

  • Macmillan's Novel Approach to Combating Childhood Hunger

    Katherine Applegate and Macmillan Children's Publishing Group are leveraging the theme of 'Crenshaw' for a worthy cause.

  • News from the North: August 2015

    In this edition of Canadian publishing news: seven simultaneously released books tell the stories of seven orphan girls; Mariko Tamaki's next YA novel features a girl with two moms; the creator of Scaredy Squirrel has a new standalone picture book; and a film-to-book adaptation follows a Chinese girl who helped to build Canada’s transcontinental railway.

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R.L. Stine and Marc Brown talk about their creepy new picture book, ‘The Little Shop of Monsters,’ and about why the project felt like a departure for both of them.
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