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    HarperCollins Rolls Out New Margaret Wise Brown Line

    Margaret Wise Brown’s picture book legacy encompasses a number of titles – some never before published – that HarperCollins Children’s Book is polishing up, with new art, for today’s young readers.

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    Licensing Hotline: February 2016

    Penguin's Price Stern Sloan imprint and National Geographic are the two newest U.S. publishers for 'Star Trek.' They are among a long list of licensees signed by CBS Consumer Products leading up to the property's 50th anniversary.

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    In Brief: February 11, 2016

    This week, award winners celebrate; an alligator makes a big splash; a middle grade fantasy writer has a momentous week; rescue dogs visit a book release party; authors are California dreaming; and a ski shop doubles as space for a book launch.

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    Hot Off the Presses: Week of February 15, 2016

    Hitting bookshelves this week are a book of poems inspired by Greek mythology, a middle grade novel set in a school for thieves, the first in an apocalyptic YA series, and many more.

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    'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' Play to Be Published as a Book

    The Blair Partnership, J.K. Rowling’s literary and brand management agency, has announced the launch of a publishing program of new print and digital titles from J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World.

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    Cover Reveal: Trenton Lee Stewart's
    'The Secret Keepers'

    A boy propelled into a mystery-riddled adventure after finding a watch that renders its wearer invisible stars in Trenton Lee Stewart's 'The Secret Keepers,' whose cover is revealed here.

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    New Site Unveiled for YA Fans

    Simon and Schuster's digital marketing team is officially retiring PulseIt, one of the earliest YA fan sites created by a publisher, to unveil Riveted, a website for YA fans.

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    When the News and Novels Collide: A YA Novelist Grapples with Publication Amid Tragedy

    Diana Renn, author of the YA novels 'Tokyo Heist' and 'Latitude Zero,' shares her experience releasing a new novel set in Turkey, amid the Syrian refugee crisis the nation is now facing.

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    Rights Report: Week of February 8, 2016

    New deals for Colin Meloy & Carson Ellis, Kelly Clarkson & Laura Hughes Lemony Snicket & Lisa Brown, Amy McNamara, Zack Clark & Nick Eliopulos,and Gabrielle Prendergast.

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    Agate Unveils African American Children's Imprint

    The Illinois press is launching a line of books for children, under its Bolden Books imprint, which will publish fiction and nonfiction by African-American writers.

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PW KidsCast: A Conversation with Mo O'Hara
Author Mo O’Hara talks about ‘Any Fin is Possible,' the fourth book in her Big Fat Zombie Goldfish series, and a picture book spinoff, 'The Fintastic Fishsitter,’ both out this spring.
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