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  • BEA 2013: Chelsea Handler, Bruce Miller, Wally Lamb and Others on Book TV

    Click over to C-Span to watch this Chelsea Handler-hosted BEA author breakfast where PW also presented awards to its Rep and Bookstore of the Year.

  • BEA 2013: The Show Evolves

    BookExpo America at New York City’s Javits Center began with a full day of panels and presentations on Wednesday, May 29, and ended with a newly energized Consumer Day on Saturday, June 1.

  • Arte Kids a Hit for Texas Publisher

    San Antonio-based Trinity University Press's inaugural foray into children's books – the Arte Kids series of bilingual English-Spanish board books – is the product of a unique collaboration.

  • BEA 2013: The Humans of BEA, a Photo-Essay

    Brandon Stanton, the photographer behind the immensely popular Humans of New York Website, took some of his trademark candid photographs of show-goers at this year's BEA.

  • BEA 2013: Why Kids Should Read About War

    Suzanne Collins and Walter Dean Myers spoke about why kids need to read about war, and what should be required reading before anyone enlists.

  • BEA 2013: Online Communities Upward Bound

  • BEA 2013: No Spitting Here -- Maybe

    City Lights’ new imprint, Sister Spit, is a spinoff from the eponymous literary roadshow, which has been showcasing the writing and artwork of “irreverent, flagrantly queer, hilariously feminist, tough-talking, genre-busting ruffians” since the early 1990s.

  • BEA 2013: Liaden Universe Turns Silver

    To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Liaden Universe series, authors and life partners Sharon Lee and Steve Miller will have a Meet and Greet as well as an autographing session.

  • BEA 2013: Randi Zuckerberg: Social Media's Dear Abby

    Randi Zuckerberg is signed up for two books with HarperCollins: Dot, a picture book for children with illustrations by Joe Berger, and Dot Complicated, a nonfiction book for adults.

  • BEA 2013: Abingdon’s Many Categories

    Abingdon Press is providing BEA attendees with a good look at their newest products and using the event to learn a few things themselves.

  • BEA 2013: It's All About the Readers

    Even though the speakers included a movie star and three bestselling authors whose books have sold a grand total of 146 million copies, it was the readers for whom they write that took center stage at the Children’s Book and Author Breakfast.

  • BEA 2013: Shanghai’s New Children’s Book Fair

    The inaugural China Shanghai International Children’s Book Fair will be held November 7–10, with the first two days dedicated to trade, and the remaining days open to the public.

  • BEA 2013: Welcome, Power Readers

    Here's a short, helpful rundown of some of the giveaways and events planned for Consumer Day at BEA.

  • BEA 2013: Diana Gabaldon: Wrinkles In Time

    Each of her Outlander novels, Diana Gabaldon emphasizes, contains enough backstory that it can be read either as a stand-alone or as part of the series—which she recommends, however, is best read in chronological order.

  • BEA 2013: Spotlight on Children: Buddhist Principles

    Wisdom Publications has seen increased interest in books for children that teach Buddhist principles.

  • BEA 2013: Spotlight on Children: Timmy Failure is Back

    The self-confident yet clueless young detective Stephan Pastis, introduced in Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made, will return in a second misadventure, Timmy Failure: Now Look What You’ve Done, whose title and cover are revealed here for the first time. Candlewick will release the illustrated middle-grade novel in February 2014.

  • BEA 2013: The Show Evolves

    BookExpo America at New York City's Javits Center began with a full day of panels and presentations on Wednesday, May 29, and ended with a newly energized Consumer Day on Saturday, June 1. While exhibitors and attendees were still evaluating the new Thursday–Saturday schedule for the exhibit floor, there was a consensus that a bit of stability has returned to the book publishing industry.

  • BEA 2013: John Lewis: A Graphic March

    A longtime congressman and legendary civil rights veteran, John Lewis is at this morning’s Book and Author Breakfast to talk about his new graphic autobiography March, the first of a three-volume work to be published by Top Shelf in August.

  • BEA 2013: Peter Lerangis Enjoys His Craft and Fans

    Peter Lerangis may be a bestselling author with more than 160 books under his belt, but he’s still ecstatic about being a writer, especially one for children.

  • BEA 2013: Jim Gaffigan: Writing While Standing

    Jim Gaffigan has a wildly successful career as a standup comic, more than a million Twitter followers, and his just released first book, Dad Is Fat (Crown), offers his take on everything from cousins (“celebrities for little kids”) to growing up in a big family (“I always assumed my father had six children so he could have a sufficient lawn crew”) and changing diapers in the middle of the night (“like The Hurt Locker, but much more dangerous”).

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