Thinking about Banned Books Week in our stores as more than just a display opportunity.
New England booksellers enjoy the enchantment of authors and books in Providence.
Making the hard choices about where hard-to-categorize titles should be shelved.
Planning the entries for BookPeople's annual holiday catalog.
Autumn shares her top picks which, it is revealed, will compete in a battle against the other Seasons' selections.
Storytelling for children often mixes current events with happily ever after.
In search of the best recent sinister stories for kids and teens.
A look at the depiction of foster parents in children's books.
The sly, maddening genius of Hervé Tullet.
High Level Overview of the Publishing Industry 2017 from Michael Cairns
A great idea for here, there, and everywhere.
The full fall calendar creates extra challenges for those who sell books and those who stack them.
Erika L. Sánchez's new book nails it.
Bookseller tips for getting the most out of the school event season.
Manuscript critiques, Skype visits, autographed books and more in exchange for your Hurricane Harvey relief support.
Changing the "mommy ghetto" of story times at the bookstore.
Can we join the protagonist of 'A Letter to My Teacher' in incorporating change?
A YA title trend is is put to the test.
A tired bookseller's homage to Judith Viorst and her friend Alexander.
A heartening evening in a challenging week.