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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

PW Picks: Books of the Week, August 20, 2018

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ISTE Summer Conference Catch-Up

The 2018 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference took place in Chicago, June 24–27. We checked in with some of the librarians and educators who attended and...

What I Read on My Summer Vacation…

Bill BassInnovation coordinator for instructional technology, information, and library mediaParkway School DistrictWest St. Louis County, Mo. The best book I read this summer, reread actually, was Creative Confidence by...

Comics in the Classroom: Spotlight on Manga Classics

Manga Classics is the first mainstream publisher to use the authentic manga style of Japanese comics, which are read right to left, to create faithful adaptations of classic novels....

Book Deals: Week of August 20, 2018

Norton Grabs Mustafah’s ‘Face’In a North American rights agreement, Norton’s Jill Bialosky bought Sahar Mustafah’s debut novel, The Beauty of Your Face, at auction. The book, sold by Robin...

Sunday Reading: Cityscapes

Writers who take on architecture have it rough. From a two-dimensional page, they must conjure three-dimensional grandeur; their words must help readers envision spaces that were meant to be...

‘We Rise’ Anthology Offers Call to Action

A new anthology offers a rousing call for children and parents to stand up for their beliefsFor many children’s booksellers, their first introduction to We Rise, We Resist, We...

Jazz Age Crime: PW Talks with Leslie S. Klinger

In Classic American Crime Fiction of the 1920s (Pegasus Crime, Oct.), Klinger analyzes and annotates five seminal American crime novels.What 1920s social realities changed American crime fiction?The booming economy...

Librarians Question Tor’s E-book Embargo

Librarians have been looking at the data and they say Macmillan’s recent claim that library e-book lending is having a “direct and adverse” impact on science fiction publisher...

Bringing the Past to Life: PW Talks with Edward Carey

Carey’s novel Little (Riverhead, Oct.)—also illustrated by the author—tells the story of a very small, very industrious girl who becomes the famous Madame Tussaud.Why this particular subject?I did visit...

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This Week’s Bestsellers: August 20, 2018

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PW Picks: Books of the Week, August 20, 2018

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