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    American readers will have a chance to meet Liz Pichon's feisty eponymous hero when Candlewick releases the illustrated, paper-over-board novel on August 26.

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    As the current paradigm shifts away from dystopian YA adaptations to more realistic, relationship-focused stories, the adaptation of Gayle Forman's 2009 novel has drummed up fervent interest among fans.

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    Lydia Davis Modernizes 'Bob, Son of Battle'

    In August, the New York Review Books' Children’s Collection will release a new hardcover version of 'Bob, Son of Battle: The Last Gray Dog of Kenmuir,' in which author Lydia Davis renders the original, now obscure dialects into modern English.

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    Dutton Ramps Up Pre-Pub Campaign for Stephanie Perkins Novel

    "Isla and the Happily Ever After," Stephanie Perkins's much-anticipated trilogy-concluding standalone novel, is slated to be published on August 14.

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    In Brief: July 24

    This week, an author's selfie pic runs a-'fowl'; a New Voices book selection is feted; a horror and mystery veteran receives an honor; and a book launch hosts four-legged guests.

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    This Week in Children's Apps: July 24, 2014

    This week in children's apps, we feature two apps with a Dr. Seuss favorite, another starring a boy pirate, and one more with Little Critter, who goes on a counting adventure.

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    Four Questions for...Andrew Karre

    Carolrhoda Lab is releasing in spring 2015 "The Bunker Diary" by Kevin Brooks, a YA novel that ignited a firestorm of controversy in the U.K. recently, when it was awarded the Carnegie Medal.

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    Mighty Media Acquires Scarletta

    Mighty Media Inc.,a Minneapolis packaging, production, and interactive company, has, as of July 1, made Scarletta, which publishes books primarily for the children's market, a division of Mighty Media.

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    Q & A with Anthony Browne

    In his latest book, "What If…?," Anthony Browne probes childhood experiences with remarkable nuance and complexity.

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    R.L. Stine and Marc Brown Collaborate on a Picture Book

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