Saturday, May 19, 2007

Book Expo

It's Book Expo time, and that means that Publishers Weekly has posted a list of the hottest Galley copies for kids available there. Check it out here.

A few highlights, Sharon Creech is coming out with a new book called The Castle Corona, Christopher Paul Curtis is coming out with Elijah of Buxton, E L Konigsburg has a new one too, The Mysterious Edge of the Herioc World. I know I already mentioned that Jerry Spinelli is coming out with a sequel to Stargirl, but I had no idea that Scott Westerfeld was coming out with a new book in the Uglies series called Extras. I can't wait!

Sheesh, I'm drooling just looking at the list!


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ALENA AND THE FAVORITE THING is the tale of a bored little girl and her father who, by engaging Alena's active imagination, is able to recover his favorite thing…his daughter's smile.

For complete PDF version of the book (please note that the book is available for FREE downloads for your readers)

About Eric Anderson
Eric Anderson is a well-known writer/director in the Chicago area. His collaborator Jakub Kuzma, who lives in Poland, has illustrated over 150 children's books, working with major European publishers. Their artistic, humorous and contemporary interpretations will capture the attention of even the youngest reader.

Stivel Velasquez said...

BookExpo America (commonly referred to within the book publishing industry as BEA) is the largest annual book trade fair in the United States. BEA is almost always held in a major city over four days in May, often running in to early June. Nearly all significant book publishers in the United States, and many from abroad, have booths and exhibits at BEA, march madness and use the fair as an opportunity to showcase upcoming titles, sell current books, socialize with colleagues from other publishing houses, and sell and buy subsidiary rights and international rights (although not on the scale of the rights negotiation that occurs at the Frankfurt Book Fair in October).