Tag: Children’s Book News

Book News for December 21, 2016

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.

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(Children’s) BookNotes, Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Alice in Wonderland, Soviet fairy tales, and even Simon Cowell make news this week in the world of children’s books. The Guardian ran this story on how the Soviets rewrote children’s stories while also sparking a new wave of illustration. A New Chapter for First Edition of Alice in Wonderland, over on The Fine Books

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(Children’s) BookNotes, May 4, 2016

Below, a sampling of this week’s news in the world of children’s books. Got news you want to share? Contact me in the “Submit” tag at the top of the page. It’s the 97th annual Children’s Book Week!  ALA and The Harry Potter Alliance Launch ‘Spark’ Advocacy Video Series The American Library Association (ALA) joined

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(Children’s) BookNotes, April 27, 2016

Find out what’s happening in the world of children’s books this week! May 2-8 is CHILDREN’S BOOK WEEK. Check out the bi-coastal events at the Children’s Book Council’s official website. Free posters and bookmarks available while supplies last. Captain Underpants author Dav Pilkey gives out a new book to every student in one school in

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(Children’s) BookNotes, March 30, 2016

Children’s Choice Book Awards still need your vote, Tuck Everlasting becomes a musical, and a sneak peek at the latest “Archie” comic are making news this week. Voting Is Still Open for the 9th Annual Children’s Choice Book Awards!        Voting for the Children’s Choice Book Award is open at ccbookawards.com from March 8

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