Lucy Knisley, author of RELISH: MY LIFE IN THE KITCHEN, has captured a toddler tantrum perfectly!
“I took my kid to get a haircut last weekend. I think, in time, I’ll recover.”
She knows what she’s talking about. Her new moving, hilarious, and surprisingly informative book about pregnancy and motherhood, KID GLOVES: NINE MONTHS OF CAREFUL CHAOS, is coming from First Second in February 2019.
Italian rights have already gone to Rizzoli.
HAZEL WOOD author Melissa Albert will be on a panel at YALC at London’s Olympia at 2.00pm on 27 July.
Reserve your tickets now!
This is the UK cover:
THE HAZEL WOOD is in its 23rd week on the New York Times YA Bestsellers list and has moved up from #8 to #6.
For a change, here’s the French cover:
THE HAZELWOOD has now been on the New York Times Bestsellers list for four straight months!
The Huffington Post has published a great portrait of Aline Kominsky-Crumb on the occasion of the publication of LOVE THAT BUNCH!
Click to read the article
LA FILLE QUI N’EXISTAIT PAS (the French title of CITY OF SAINTS AND THIEVES) has just received a fabulous review in Le Monde Afrique!
“The American Natalie C. Anderson, author of this thrilling polar, holds the reins of her story so well that every revealed secret opens a new mystery and advances us from discovery to discovery. But beyond the plot, the book provides a captivating and realistic dive into the political and social complexity of this region of the Great Lakes where political and financial interests are combined and too often exceed the common good.”
To read the full article (in French) click here.
Now in week 15 on the New York Times Best Sellers list!
There’s a great profile of Aline Crumb in yesterday’s New York Times!
Read it here.
“The Wild Woman of Comics” is how Publishers Weekly characterizes Aline Kominsky-Crumb in their article about her new book, LOVE THAT BUNCH, just published in North America by Drawn & Quarterly.
NO ONE LIKES A FART by Zoe Foster Blake (Penguin Random House Australia) has just been chosen Children’s Picture Book of the Year at the Australian Book Industry Awards 2018!
Penguin have sold over 60,000 copies in Australia alone since publication – it’s the fastest selling picture book in the history of Bookscan Australia!
North American rights have been sold to Penguin Workshop, and Japanese rights to Alphapolis.