MEET THE AUTHORS & ILLUSTRATORS VL2 by James PrellerDeborah Kovacs | Scholastic
dayline.info: Meet the Authors and Illustrators: 60 Creators of Favorite Children's Books Talk about Their Work (Scholastic Reference Library). Sixty writer and illustrators of children's book talk about what they were like as children, where their ideas come from, what they read, and why they write. Meet the Authors and Illustrators:Volume 1 (Grades K-6) [Deborah Kovacs, James Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers Paperback: pages; Publisher: Scholastic; Later Printing edition ( January 1.
As time drags on, everything around them starts to fall apart. How can Margot and Haruko know who to trust? Author appearances, including Nerdcamp; extensive ARC distribution; advertising targeted at educators and librarians; materials distribution at conferences; discussion guide.
Illustrator Ryan Andrews will not be attending. Julie Kagawa Harlequin Teen, Oct. The latest from the bestselling author of the Iron Fey series is based on the Japanese mythology that Kagawa grew up with.
MEET THE AUTHORS & ILLUSTRATORS: VOL. ONE by James PrellerDeborah Kovacs | Scholastic
Shadow of the Fox is set in a beautiful and perilous land of shape-shifters and samurai, kami and legends, humans and demons. TV comedy writer Kalan presents a case of mistaken species identity in this tale where Dog thinks Horse is just an oversized dog with funny paws. Just a tiny baby horse with a weird tail.
Illustrator Tim Miller will not be attending. Kody Keplinger Scholastic Press, Aug. Determined to do something to push back against an unjust law, Noodlephant and her friends invent a machine that transforms pens into penne, pillows into ravioli, and radiators into radiatori. With that, the pasta parties are back! Local media and convention appearances; digital ad campaign.
The Geeky Fab 5 series, by Liz Lareau and her middle grade—age daughter, proves otherwise with a diverse cast of characters. Daniel Lieske Wormwood Saga, Vol. When the portal closes behind him, Jonas must find another way home. Laura Lippman Black Sheep, Oct. Liza Jane believed she could find better parents.
So she fired her mom and dad and hired the first applicant who came to the door—a dragon. What could possibly go wrong? Illustrator Kate Samworth will not be attending. Author appearances; free audio text download in English and Spanish; dedicated web page; social media campaign; educator advertising; poster.
National media campaign; select events. Adrian Simcox tells anyone who will listen that he has a horse—the best and most beautiful horse anywhere. But Chloe does not believe him. Adrian Simcox lives in a tiny house and has holes in his shoes. The more Adrian talks about his horse, the angrier Chloe gets.
Coauthor Marcy Campbell will not be attending. Advertising; prepub buzz; web promotions and reviews through Goodreads, NetGalley, and social media; school and library trade show promotions; free downloads available at lernerbooks. This picture book presents the life and accomplishments of a long overlooked African-American scientific pioneer, whose observations of sea creatures revealed new insights about the origins of life.
Illustrator Luisa Uribe will not be attending. Lizzy Mason Soho Teen, Jan. Farway Gaius McCarthy was born outside of time: After failing his final time-traveling exam, Far takes a position commanding a ship with a crew of his friends as part of a black market operation to steal valuables from different eras. Ages 15 and up. Swing It, Sunny Jennifer L. Author events; advertising; series book trailer; social media assets; digital chapter sampler; feature on dedicated series website; extensive social media campaign.
From the award-winning duo comes the sequel to Sunny Side Up. Not only is the whole middle school thing confusing, but life at home is confusing, too. From the author of the Newbery Honor title Roller Girl comes this graphic novel about starting middle school, surviving your embarrassing family, and life at the Renaissance Faire.
Ages 9 and up.
MEET THE AUTHORS & ILLUSTRATORS VL2
Author appearances; school visits; cover reveal; social media campaign with special hashtag. In a world where every word and gesture is copyrighted, patented, or trademarked, one girl elects to remain silent rather than pay to speak. Her defiant and unexpected silence threatens to unravel the very fabric of society.
Letters to the Lost Bloomsbury, Apr. Secret letters spark true love in this romance novel from the author of the Elemental series.
Ages 12 and up. Facebook advertising; Charmz School promotional events; Wattpad takeover, including exclusive content, contest, and scholarship sponsorship; book trailer and exclusive video content on YouTube and Papercutz. Crimson Volania Mulch has a problem. She just woke up in a crypt and has no idea of who, where, or what she is.
Welcome to the Cemetery of Assumptions, a vast landscape of stones, mausoleums, and secrets. Illustrator Aaron Alexovich will not be appearing. Author appearances, including teen book festivals; advertising; extensive blogger tour and online promotion; social media outreach.
This YA romantic comedy about two Indian-American teens whose parents have arranged for them to be married is told from alternating perspectives.
MEET THE AUTHORS & ILLUSTRATORS: VOL. ONE
Mask of Shadows Sourcebooks Fire, Sept. Author appearances; prepub buzz campaign; cover reveal at Entertainment Weekly website; advertising; blogger outreach; major social media campaign. This is the first book of a duology with a gender-fluid main character, impressive worldbuilding, and fast-paced action.
Four-city school tour; prepub bookseller dinners. Quackers in their debut, Moo Moo in a Tutu, a story about two pals, a cow and a duck. The cockatoos are back, and the toucans are, too, in the follow up to Cockatoo, Too. Wordplay and vibrant illustrations combine in this read-aloud story. Prepub tour; extensive advertising; summer camp promotions; book trailer; counter display; social media campaign; Apprentice Witch website.
Sent to the town of Lull in disgrace, she may never become a real witch, much to the glee of her archrival, Gimma. But the remote Lull is not as boring as it seems. Advertising; Goodreads, NetGalley, and social media promotions; major school and library trade show promotions; promotional materials and free downloads available online at lernerbooks.
In s Kenya, year-old Auma must decide whether to pursue a track scholarship that will let her attend high school, or stay home to help her struggling family as AIDS ravages her village. Author appearances; featured appearances at teen festivals; social media assets; digital excerpt and audio clip available; extensive social media campaign via IReadYA.