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    Smells Like Teen Imprint

    In the past five years, more than a dozen new imprints devoted to publishing novels for young adults have opened shop.

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    New YA-Only Imprints Seek to Make Their Mark

    In recent years, more than a dozen imprints dedicated to publishing specifically for teen readers have emerged, and PW spoke with a number of their publishers.

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    Western Great Lakes: All in the Family

    The western Great Lakes region is home to a number of high-profile children’s book publishers, including American Girl, headquartered in Middleton, Wis., a Madison suburb, and Albert Whitman & Company, in Park Ridge, Ill., a Chicago suburb.

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    Unlocking the Layers: Little, Brown's Book-Within-Book 'Famous' Project

    When Rebecca Serle dreamed up 'Famous in Love,' a romantic series about young actors involved in a love triangle both on an off screen, she was focused on writing contemporary fiction – not fantasy.

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    'The Pushcart War' at 50

    Jean Merrill's best-known novel, 'The Pushcart War', marks 50 years since its first publication and is being reissued in a new edition from New York Review Children's Collection.

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    NAIBA 2014: Discovering Children's Books

    Children's books were front and center at this year's "Discovery" conference held at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Va., September 19–21.

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    Tales from the Slush Pile – Archived!

    Tales from the Slush Pile, drawn by author-illustrator Ed Briant. Though the strip has been appearing weekly for the past nine years, we’ve had no index page for it until... now!

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    In Brief: September 25

    This week, anthology contributors unleash their inner beasts; a "lowly" worm gets his day; an author and illustrator cry "wolfie" at a Book Fest; authors and illustrators give a hand to California educators; and a debut author reads to fans.

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    Pete the Cat Gets Back into the School Year Groove

    For kids adjusting to the sometimes shaky first days of the new school year, cool and calm Pete the Cat is a model of unflappability.

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    Hachette U.K. Creates Unified Children's Division

    Hachette U.K. has consolidated all of its children's publishing into a single division, to be headed by Hilary Murray Hill, who will join in January from Egmont as Hachette Children's Group CEO.

Tales from the Slush Pile
"Tales from the Slush Pile" is an original comic that follows the trials and tribulations of a children's book writer and his friends. Click through to see all previous Slush Pile comic strips.
PW KidsCast: A Conversation with Lisa Charleyboy
Lisa Charleyboy, co-editor of 'Dreaming in Indian: Contemporary Native American Voices,' talks about how the essays, poetry, and artwork in this new anthology work to dismantle cultural stereotypes while celebrating the breadth and diversity of Indigenous heritage and experience.
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