Friday, March 7, 2014

INK Authors Making News


Welcome to the World: A Keepsake Baby Book  by Marfé Ferguson Delano (National Geographic)

The Truth about Poop and Pee, by Susan E. Goodman (Penguin), a new edition that brings together two of her best-selling books.

A Home for Mr. Emerson, by Barbara Kerley (Scholastic)


Deborah Heiligman will be speaking at the Virginia Festival of the Book March 21-23

Anna Lewis, author of Women of Steel and Stone: 22 Inspiring Architects, Engineers, and Landscape Designers, will be speaking at the Bellefonte, PA Art Museum on March 22, which has installed a large Anna Keichline exhibit. 


The Animal Book: A Collection of the Fastest, Fiercest, Toughest, Cleverest, Shyest--and Most Surprising--Animals on Earth, written and illustrated by Steve Jenkins (HMH)
            • The Horn Book 2013 Fanfare List of the Best Books for Young People
            • NPR 2013 Great Reads
            • Book Links Top 30 Titles from 2013
            • Junior Library Guild Top 10 Books for Youth 2013
            • ALA Notable Book 2014

Who Says Women Can’t Be Doctors by Tanya Lee Stone (Henry Holt)
            • NPR Great Reads

The Boy Who Loved Math: The Improbable Life of Paul Erdos, by Deborah Heiligman. (Roaring Brook)
            • Orbis Pictus Honor Book
            Book Links Top 30 Titles from 2013

Eruption! Volcanoes and the Science of Saving Lives, by Elizabeth Rusch. (HMH)
            • Book Links Top 30 Titles from 2013

Courage Has No Color: The True Story of the Triple Nickles, America’s First Black Paratroopers, by Tanya Lee Stone. (Candlewick)
            • Book Links Top 30 Titles from 2013

The Nature Generation has announced the shortlist for its 2014 Green Earth Book Awards. The award honors authors whose books best convey the environmental stewardship message to youth.

Eat Like a Bear, by April Pulley Sayre, illustrated by Steve Jenkins (Henry Holt)

Here Come the Humpbacks, by April Pulley Sayre (Charlesbridge)

No Monkeys, No Chocolate, by Melissa Stewart and Allen Young (Charlesbridge)

A Place for Turtles, by Melissa Stewart (Peachtree Publishers)

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