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  • May 20 2016
    YA Edition of Dan Brown's 'Da Vinci Code' Announced for Fall
    Dan Brown's international bestseller The Da Vinci Code will soon be available in a child-friendly way. The international bestseller featuring globe-trotting symbologist Robert Langdon, originally published by Doubleday in 2003, is being adapted for young adults with the new edition to release from Random House U.S. September 13 and by Penguin Random House UK on September 8.
  • May 10 2016
    Oxford County Library launches eBook service focused on best sellers
    The Oxford County Library is introducing a new way for readers to enjoy their books on most devices. The library will be spinning out eBooks and audio books on Axis 360, a digital book collection that offers more current and popular titles, as well as more Canadian content that library patrons are looking for.
  • April 29 2016
    Wimpy Kid Book 11 Cover and Title Revealed
    On Thursday, Abrams/Amulet revealed the cover and title of Jeff Kinney’s 11th volume in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Double Down, goes on sale November 1, 2016. Kinney joined an exuberant crowd of fans in New York City during a live webcast in partnership with Scholastic Reading Club...
  • April 26 2016
    Scholastic To Publish J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
    Scholastic, the world’s largest publisher and distributor of children’s books, announced today that it will publish the screenplay of the film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in the United States and Canada on November 19, 2016. Returning to her wizarding world, the all-new adventure film, which will release November 18, 2016, marks the screenwriting debut of J.K. Rowling, author of the beloved and internationally bestselling Harry Potter books.
  • April 25 2016
    Irish Company Focuses on Diversity for New Personalized Children's Books
    Thanks to development of new software and POD technologies, companies such as Put Me in the Story and Lost My Name are transforming the children’s personalized book market. But Writing for Tiny, a new personalized book venture based in Ireland, has added something its competitors don’t offer—a flexible, almost unlimited ability to offer diversity.
  • April 20 2016
    To Float or Not To Float | Collection Management
    Most libraries that adopt floating collections expect circulation to rise because collections will be better distributed to meet patron demand. Yet how many have analyzed whether collections perform better after implementing floating than they did before materials were relocated?
  • April 11 2016
    Millennials Are Out-Reading Older Generations
    Kids today with their selfies and their Snapchats and their love of literature. Millennials, like each generation that was young before them, tend to attract all kinds of ire from their elders for being superficial, self-obsessed, anti-intellectuals. But a study out today from the Pew Research Center offers some vindication for the younger set. Millennials are reading more books than the over-30 crowd, Pew found in a survey of more than 6,000 Americans.
  • April 11 2016
    Knopf Canada to publish a new novel by Ian McEwan in September 2016
    Nutshell is a classic story of murder and deceit, told by a narrator with a perspective and voice unlike any in recent literature. A bravura performance, it is the finest recent work from a true master.
  • April 01 2016
    Sleepless Kids? A Trio of Picture Books Comes to the Rescue
    The timeless tradition of lulling a child to sleep with a soothing story doesn’t always have the desired results, a truth lampooned in Adam Mansbach’s faux bedtime tale, Go the F**ck to Sleep. This tongue-in-cheek picture book clearly speaks to bleary-eyed parents of wakeful wee ones: sales have topped two million copies worldwide since the book’s 2011 release by Akashic Books. But more straight-laced advice is in the offing.
  • March 28 2016
    8 Librarians Who Lend Much More than Just Books
    Libraries would be nothing without the librarians who run them. Most of us know them as the people who check out our books or help us navigate the Dewey Decimal System, but not all librarians are limited to working with the printed word. Whether they’re lending out ties or larger-than-life puppets, these are the heroic men and women behind some of the world’s most unique library collections.

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