Here’s a quick look at what’s happening in the book world: Variety reports that digital book subscription service Scribd raised $58 million from venture capital firm Spectrum Equity. Scribd’s website attracts 100 million visitors a month and claims a million subscribers. Journalists at The Washington Post share their top picks for children’s books in 2019. A copy of The
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Here’s what’s making news in the book world this week: From the Houston Chronicle: Houston’s newest bookstore: a Latino ‘cultural hub’ Nuestra Palabra Arts & Books is dedicated to promoting Latino literature and culture. Anne of Green Gables is catnip to television producers. Read Read Shoshana Flax’s review over at Horn Book Magazine on this latest incarnation.
@MEComicArtsFest @casablancacomics @Scholastic @chicagotribune Lend your eyes to this week’s noteworthy stories! (Please remember to submit your news as well.) Planning a trip to Portland, Maine this June? Make sure the Maine Comics Arts Festival is on your itinerary. Scholastic News Kids Press Corps Now Accepting Applications for 2016-2017 School Year Kids with “a nose