A snapshop of the PW Universe this week.

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In this week’s episode, children’s reviews editor John Sellers talks about this year’s Caldecott and Newbery award winners, plus National Book Critics Circle Award finalist Paul Elie on his new book, Reinventing Bach.

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Terrible cover ruins a literary classic.


The most notorious parts of famous books.

Listen Up

Award-winning actor and narrator Robert Petkoff discusses narrating the audio edition of John Kenney’s Truth in Advertising.

The most read review on publishersweekly.com last week: Odds Against Tomorrow by Nathaniel Rich


The Week Ahead

PW senior writer Andrew Albanese breaks down the big cookbooks of spring.

More to Come

The More to Come crew discuss African-American comics creators.

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A Web-exclusive profile of Jacqueline Winspear, whose 10th Maisie Dobbs novel, Leaving Everything Most Loved, pubs in March.

From the Newsletters:

Tip Sheet

Bestselling author Bella Andre’s favorite Valentine’s Day romances.

Plus, PW Picks: The best new books for the week of Feb. 11.

Children’s Bookshelf

Librarians discuss the big opportunities in Common Core at ALA Midwinter 2013.

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Bestseller Stat Shot

Romance hit machine Danielle Steel tops our Hardcover Fiction and Mass Market charts with Until the End of Time and Betrayal.

Until the End of Time: 34,427 units sold

Betrayal: 33,077 units sold

Be sure to visit our Spring Announcements database, recently updated with information on more than 11,000 titles publishing this spring.