*+-Random House Children’s Books will increase the first printing for previously undiscovered Dr. Seuss title ‘What Pet Should I Get?’ to 1 million copies.
*+-Random House Children’s Books has acquired Now I’m Reading! a step-by-step series that guides beginning readers through to independent reading.
*+-Roger Tagholm bids a poetic adieu to Random House’s iconic colophon, which has been replaced by a new text-based ‘global identity.’
*+-Random House’s Open House last Friday brought together writers, editors and readers for discussions about craft, strategy and finding your soul signature.
*+-TasteBook, the Random House food community and blog, has announced the launch of The Bookshop, a cooking-focused online bookstore with over 10,000 cookbooks.
*+-Random House has partnered with Pinterest to help users discover popular content. It pulls up a page that is a lot like browsing a table at a bookstore.
*+-Random House has launched new magazines aimed at exploring worlds created by their authors. First up: Margaret Atwood and George R.R. Martin.
*+-Suvudu, Random House’s online destination for science fiction and fantasy fans, launched Suvudu Universe, an online community for SF and fantasy bloggers.
*+-The continuing growth of digital publishing has put even more energy into the flourishing genres of SF, fantasy, mystery and romance publishing, says Wired.
*+-At The Bookseller, publishing insiders in the UK gave their advice to the upcoming management of the soon to be merged Penguin/Random House.