Scholastic decided this book needed 2 million more copies in print.
Although the rest of the news from this breakfast is embargoed – this isn’t! A lot more from Ink and Zoom even though the first books haven’t appeared yet. DC Entertainment announced today during a press breakfast at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2018 (SDCC) the next wave of titles, authors and artists for the […]
The all-ages graphic novel would serve as both a prequel and sequel to the forthcoming sequel, RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET.
Via PW’s Rights Report this week, comes the news that Andy Runton’s Owly books are coming back from Scholastic with new material! David Saylor at Scholastic/Graphix has acquired world rights to a new as-yet-untitled book in Eisner and Harvey Award winner Andy Runton’s Owly series, as well as rights to reissue the first five books, originally published in […]
Maybe you’ve been the new kid…or maybe you’ve just felt like the new kid. Jerry Craft’s upcoming grapihc novel talks about wat its like to be there.
Barnes & Noble made it official today. As first reported in The Beat, the retail chain will be adding a separate kids graphic novel section to its stores. According to the official release the sections are aimed at readers 7-12 and will include such titles as Amulet, Wings of Fire, and Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales, as well […]
The first books from each of the all-ages imprints will be in stores in 2019.
It’s a harsh winter, and a cute family of foxes is struggling to survive it in this exclusive preview of the new book from Gustavo Borges and Cris Peters.
Over the years we’ve swooned with joy over the awesomeness of the Hilda books by Luke Pearson. Pearson’s art style mixes the cute, the magical and the terrifying in a series of books that follow young girl Hilda’s journey as she encouter trolls, elves and other folk in a remote northern setting. Evidently we […]
Barnes & Noble has confirmed to publishers that they will be adding a standalone kids graphic novel section to their stores in the near future.