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    Rights Report: Week of July 27, 2015

    New deals for Andrew McCarthy, Sherri Winston, Fred Koehler, and Rebecca Petruck.

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    Last summer, former president of Publications International Richard Maddrell launched Cottage Door Press, which specializes in books for ages up to three.

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    Mélanie Watt’s 'Bug in a Vacuum'

    The author of popular series starring Scaredy Squirrel and Chester the cat, Mélanie Watt showcases a considerably smaller creature in 'Bug in a Vacuum,' due out next month from Tundra Books.

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    Seven Stories Board Books Address Social Justice

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    Caldecott-winning author Brian Selznick presents a new take on his multi-dimensioned storytelling technique in 'The Marvels,' which balances two stories.

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    Hot Off the Presses: Week of July 27, 2015

    Hitting bookshelves next week are a new installment in a dark YA fantasy series, an animal abecedarian picture book, a YA survival story on the high seas, the much-anticipated and newly-discovered picture book from a beloved author, and the first in a new Minecraft fiction series.

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    In Brief: July 23, 2015

    This week, an author shares some of his "favorite things" on YouTube; an author and a YA book enthusiast get crafty; it's a "seashell day" at a Florida bookstore; and romance writers and fans convene in NYC.

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    Galley Talk: 'Look Both Ways in the Barrio Blanco'

    What if characters like Junie B. Jones and Ramona Quimby had been Mexican-American girls with concerns about immigration, culture, and language?

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