Watson spoke with PW about writing in prose, the power of community, and holding space for all Black children’s emotions.
Akner’s Long Island Compromise (Random House, July), a Jewish-American family contends with traumas new and old.
Cheryl Willis Hudson is the cofounder and editorial director of Just Us Books, which she launched in 1988 with her husband, ...
Larsen spoke with PW about upcycling, the anthropological significance of garbage, and his forthcoming picture book 'Gifts ...
In her graphic narrative debut, Uprooted: A Memoir About What Happens When Your Family Moves Back (Roaring Brook, Sept.), ...
New Orleans indies are vibrant community hubs in one of the liveliest and most colorful cities in the country. They not only ...
In Nuclear Is Not the Solution (Verso, July), global affairs scholar M.V. Ramana explains the dangers of atomic energy and ...
In this week's edition of Endnotes, we take a look at bestselling author Fawn Weaver's Love & Whiskey (Melcher Media, June), ...
Meg Medina, the 2023–2024 National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature (an initiative of the Library of Congress in ...
Children’s Institute Returns to New Orleans for Literary Lagniappe.
Construction Site: Garbage Crew to the Rescue! (Chronicle, Sept.; words by Sherri Duskey Rinker; $18.99; 100,000-copy announced first printing) Your House Is Not Just a House (Clarion, out now; illus.
While their counterparts in trade publishing struggle to increase sales, eight senior executives in the religion space discuss a banner 2023 and bright prospects for the current year.