You are cordially invited to the 2017 Children’s & YA Tri-State Book Buzz!
Attend a full day of fun presentations from major and independent publishers to find out about next year’s big books, debut gems, and in-house favorites. Plus, there will be keynote speeches from authors, tasty treats, ARCs, and so much more!
Anne & Ali will co-present some of the stellar Macmillan titles, but you can check out the full list of participating publishers for each event on the official invitation.
Seating is limited and is available on a first-come, first-served basis, so RSVP ASAP!
AAP Children’s & Teen Tri-State Book Buzz 2017
Wednesday, March 1, 2017 from 8:30am – 5:00pm
Penguin Random House, 14th Floor
1745 Broadway, between 55th and 56th Streets, New York City
Click to download Children’s/YA PDF event invitation
See you there!
Rise and shine, lovely librarians! You’ve got the chance to meet Roshani Chokshi twice (lucky you!), plus we’ve got more great galleys in the Macmillan (adult) booth #1818.
In-booth signing with Roshani Chokshi
Georgia World Congress Center | Booth #1818
Roshani Chokshi will sign complimentary advance copies of her YA novel, A CROWN OF WISHES.
In-booth signing with Lisa Rogak
Georgia World Congress Center | Booth #1326 (Baker & Taylor)
Lisa Rogak will sign complimentary copies of her book, THE TRUE TAILS OF BAKER & TAYLOR.
AAP’s Library Family Feud with Roshani Chokshi
Georgia World Congress Center | Room A302
Watch local librarians face off against fearless authors, including Roshani Chokshi (A CROWN OF WISHES) in a ferocious battle, Family Feud™ style! The winning team will receive a check, courtesy of AAP and the participating publishers, to be designated to the charity of their choice. Hosted by AAP Childrens’ Library Committee Chair “Quizmaster” Chris Vaccari, Library Marketing Director, Sterling. readmoreremove
Here are LOTS of reading recommendations courtesy of Talia’s “Three’s Company” Book Buzz at ALA Midwinter 2017:
ECHOES IN DEATH by J.D. Robb | 9781250123114 | Out: Feb. 7
COME SUNDOWN by Nora Roberts | 9781250123077 | Out: June 6 (LR: 4/20)
EXTRAORDINARY ADVENTURES by Daniel Wallace | 9781250118455 | Out: May 30 (LR: 3/20)
THE SUPREMES SING THE HAPPY HEARTACHE BLUES by Edward Kelsey Moore | 9781250107947 | Out: June 20 (LR: 4/20)
4 3 2 1* by Paul Auster | 9781627794466 | Out: Jan. 31
EDGAR & LUCY* by Victor Lodato | 9781250096982 | Out: March 7
THE MOTHER’S PROMISE* by Sally Hepworth | 9781250077752 | Out: Feb. 21
THE HOPE CHEST* by Viola Shipman | 9781250105073 | Out: March 21
ALMOST MISSED YOU by Jessica Strawser | 9781250107602 | Out: March 28
GONE TO DUST by Matthew Goldman | 9780765391285 | Out: Aug. 15 (LR: 6/20)
PROVING GROUND* by Peter Blauner | 9781250117441 | Out: May 2 (LR: 3/20)
IT’S ALWAYS THE HUSBAND* by Michele Campbell | 9781250081803 | Out: May 16 (LR: 3/20)
HE SAID / SHE SAID by Erin Kelly | 9781250113696 | Out: June 6 (LR: 4/20)
NEVER LET YOU GO by Chevy Stevens | 9781250034564 | Out: March 14
THE FACT OF A BODY: A Murder and a Memoir* by Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich | 9781250080547 | Out : May 16 (LR: 3/20)
MARLENA by Julie Buntin | 9781627797641 | Out: April 4 (LR: 2/20)
THE WOMAN NEXT DOOR by Yewande Omotoso | 9781250124579 | Out: Feb. 7
THE STANDARD GRAND by Jay Baron Nicorvo | 9781250108944 | Out: April 25 (LR: 2/20)
THE BEST OF ADAM SHARP* by Graeme Simsion | 9781250130402 | Out: May 2 (LR: 3/20)
THE MAP THAT LEADS TO YOU* by J.P. Monninger | 9781250060761 | Out: June 13 (LR: 4/20)
THE PEOPLE WE HATE AT THE WEDDING* by Grant Ginder | 9781250095206 | Out: June 6 (LR: 4/20)
UNIVERSAL HARVESTER by John Darnielle | 9780374282103 | Out: Feb. 7
THE CLAIRVOYANTS by Karen Brown | 9781627797054 | Out: Feb. 7
BORNE by Jeff VanderMeer | 9780374115241 | Out: April 25 (LR: 2/20)
TEARS WE CANNOT STOP* by Michael Eric Dyson | 9781250135995 | Available Now
IN THE GREAT GREEN ROOM by Amy Gary | 9781250065360 | Available Now
MY LIFE, MY LOVE, MY LEGACY* by Coretta Scott King | 9781627795982 | Available Now
NO ONE CAN PRONOUNCE MY NAME by Rakesh Satyal | 9781250112118 | Out : May 2 (LR: 3/20)
One of the #alaleftbehind? Then download the handout here. We’ll post a recording of the buzz as soon as it’s available.
It’s opening day for ALA Midwinter 2017!
Come by the Macmillan (adult) booth #1818 right at 5:30pm to meet Donna Seaman and get your complimentary copy of her new book, IDENTITY UNKNOWN: Rediscovering Seven American Women Artists, signed by the Booklist editor herself.
Check out our other events, consult LJ‘s ALAMW17 galley guide to know what to grab (especially during tomorrow afternoon’s Spotlight on Adult Literature) and follow the action on Twitter, hashtag #alamw17. Have a great show!
So many galleys, so little time! Library Journal‘s Barbara Hoffert put together a guide for ALA Midwinter 2017, so you know just what to grab. Here are her top picks from the Macmillan booth #1818 (and don’t forget to drop in during the United for Libraries (UFL) Spotlight on Adult Literature, Saturday, 1/21, from 2:00 to 4:00pm):
Spotlight giveaways (Saturday, 1/21, 2:00–4:00pm):
EDGAR AND LUCY by Victor Lodato
“The long-awaited follow-up to the PEN USA Award winner MATHILDA SAVITCH, featuring a boy more or less kidnapped from his feckless mother after the deaths of his father and grandmother.”
MARLENA by Julie Buntin
“A high-profile debut whose teenage heroine is saved from loneliness in her new hometown by risk-taking young sophisticate Marlena.”
NEVER LET YOU GO by Chevy Stevens
“Featuring a woman convinced that her abusive ex-husband, just out of jail, is stalking her.”
THE NOWHERE MAN by Gregg Hurwitz
“Whose eponymous protagonist, trained in a shadowy black box orphan program aimed at creating assassins, is himself targeted by the head of the program.”
THIS IS HOW IT ALWAYS IS by Laurie Frankel
“A big-news novel about a little boy who wants to be a girl and the parents who support him.”
THE MOTHER’S PROMISE by Sally Hepworth
“The story of single mother Alice, diagnosed with a fatal disease, who is determined to find a backup family for her teenage daughter.”
More hot fiction:
WALKAWAY by Cory Doctorow
“The multi-award-winning cyber-visionary’s return to adult fiction after eight years, set in a futuristic dystopia where life’s necessities can be printed out via computer but
the world is despoiled and dangerous.”
LILLIAN BOXFISH TAKES A WALK by Kathleen Rooney
“85-year-old Lillian walks through Manhattan on New Year’s Eve, 1984, offering a slowly unfolding view of the city and her own long life.” readmoreremove