Jan Berenstain’s 300 books have sold more than 200 million copies and soothed just as many souls. One Mom remembers.
Disney Publishing has launched it’s first language learning product, an iOS app based on Toy Story 3 that offers English/ Mandarin vocabulary and grammar.
JM Stim describes what it takes for an indie author publish in three languages at once, in print and digital, sell into bookstores and tour on two continents.
‘Help the authors…powerful change becomes possible,’ says Bookigee’s Kristen McLean, whose first product Writers Cube is dubbed ‘a little box of know how.’
Chris Faraone’s father was a self-publisher. Now the author of 99 Nights with the 99 Percent and a publisher’s worst nightmare makes it a second generation.
Over the last two days of AWP our correspondent flirts with scurvy, eulogizes poet Jim Hazard, and realizes his whole life is a less-intense version of AWP.
The Classroom Library Co., a new St. Louis based educational distributor and publisher, is designed with the needs of the teacher in mind.
Scholastic’s Parent and Child Magazine has created a list of the 100 best greatest books for kids, Pottermore promises OverDrive e-books for loan, and more.
Bold is often polarizing, while bland can be profitable — but which offers the preferable career strategy in the changing world of publishing?
PP’s series, Publishing People We Admire, considers ex-Marvel editor-in-chief Jim Shooter, a man our writer says ‘is the best publishing blogger in the world.’