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Have you ever wanted to visit the magical Honeydukes sweet shop?
Ellie Kemper plans to write a collection of personal and humorous essays.
The theatrical release date has been set for September 16.
App users will have access to this thriller novel prior to the official publication date.
Harper Teen will release Colleen Oakes' young adult novel on January 31, 2017.
They plan to print copies of this book to give to the members of Twenty One Pilots, Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun.
In the story, Riri WIlliams catches Tony Stark's attention by figuring out how to construct her own version of the Iron Man suit in her MIT dorm room.
Petra Mayer, editor at NPR Books, has released her summer reading list.
Margaret Marbury, the vice President of general fiction editorial, and Erika Imranyi, an executive editor, will take the helm of this new literary fiction imprint.
Holding His Forever by Alexa Riley has joined the Self-Published Bestsellers List this week at No 1.
The opening date of this exhibition will take place on July 13.
Crisis of Character by Gary J. Byrne has joined the iBooks Bestsellers List this week at No. 1.
The story will be based on Norman Bridwell's beloved picture book series.
As an author. Barbara Goldsmith wrote and published one novel and four nonfiction books.
The video offers glimpses of artwork created by Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon.
The President of the United States shared a message to remember the author behind Night.
Here are some literary events to pencil in your calendar this week.
The publication date has been scheduled for October 18.
Author Jonah Lehrer has used his new book to apologize for plagiarizing and making up quotes in his last book.
Most of the books entered in the Man Booker Prize came from Europe, according to analysis from David Bellos.