Last Week’s top Reviews
The most-read reviews on publishersweekly.com last week were…
Mother to Mother CL
Meetings with Remarkable Manuscripts: Twelve Journeys into the Medieval World
I Know This Much Is True
From the Newsletters
PW names the best books of 2017.
Page Street expands into children’s and YA publishing.
Tyndale House Publishers is testing “edgier” young adult titles that delve into controversial issues.
Global Rights Report
There was no single big book this year at Frankfurt, but multiple deals for memoirs.
An indie author is shaped by indie rock roots.
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PW senior writer Andrew Albanese discusses what our Best Books of 2017 list says about the health of the book business.
More to Come
The MTC crew discusses publisher Lion Forge’s acquisition of The Beat, cohost Heidi MacDonald’s pioneering comics blog. Plus #MeToo women in comics and Comic Arts Brooklyn’s November 11 opening.
Kiki Prottsman talks about My First Coding Book, an interactive guide for kids.
Author and tween advice columnist Rachel Vail writes about taking the pressure off kids to excel.
Author Jon McGregor discusses his new book, Reservoir 13. And PW reviews director Jonathan Segura previews our Best Books of 2017.