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    Starbucks Pick of the Week: S.E. Hinton's 'Rumble Fish'

    S.E. Hinton's 40-year-old YA classic 'Rumble Fish,' the Oct. 14–20 Starbucks/iBooks Pick of the Week, reaches far into Diversion Books' backlist.

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    Q & A with Robin LaFevers

    'Mortal Heart' is the final book in the Robin LaFevers's His Fair Assassin trilogy, which centers on the mysterious convent of St. Mortain in a gritty, carefully detailed alternate 15th-century Brittany.

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    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang's Golden Anniversary Flight

    Candlewick is releasing a special 50th anniversary edition of Ian Fleming's 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,' featuring the original illustrations by John Burningham.

  • Industry News

    Boston Book Festival 2014 in Photos

    Sunny weather following days of rain and a strong lineup of authors and illustrators drew thousands of people to the Sixth Annual Boston Book Festival on Saturday, October 25, in Boston's Copley Square.

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    Pirates, Pigeons, Dogs, Oh My!: Children's Books at NCIBA

    Four-hundred booksellers representing 100 stores attended this year's Northern California Independent Booksellers Association meeting.

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    Rights Report: Week of October 27, 2014

    New deals for Liam Francis Walsh, C. Alexander London, and Kasie West.

  • Common Core

    Fulcrum Publishing Adds Nonfiction Graphic Novels

    Fulcrum has plans to publish at least three nonfiction graphic novels a year for the foreseeable future, marketing not only to the general trade but also to comics specialty shops, libraries, and especially, schools.

  • Authors

    Patrick Ness Moves to HarperTeen

    HarperCollins has acquired North American rights to Patrick Ness’s 'The Rest of Us Just Live Here,' a YA novel due out in fall 2015, and a second, stand-alone novel.

  • Authors

    Q & A with Chris Van Allsburg

    Chris Van Allsburg's archly titled new picture book, 'The Misadventures of Sweetie Pie,' takes a close-up, unusual look at a domesticated hamster's trials and tribulations.

  • Industry News

    A Festive Mood for Children's Booksellers at SCIBA

    Children's books featured prominently at the Southern California Independent Booksellers Association regional meeting, held October 17–18 at the Beverly Garland Hotel in Los Angeles.

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