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Inspired by the World Series

October 25th, 2016|Backlist Spotlight, Children's books, Fred Bowen, Middle Grades, Myron Uhlberg, Picture Book, Round-Ups, Sports|

In our small, Atlanta office, you might be surprised to

New Book Wednesday: Charlie Bumpers vs. the Puny Pirates

August 17th, 2016|Bill Harley, Chapter Book, Children's books, Middle Grades, New Book Wednesday|

Bill Harley brings us another fun and humorous addition

March Madness Roundup

March 23rd, 2016|Backlist Spotlight, Books for Boys, Chapter Book, Early Chapter Book, Fred Bowen, Middle Grades, Round-Ups, Sports|

March Madness is upon us! Predictions are in, and the b

Sunday Brunch with Henry Cole

March 20th, 2016|Animal Story, Middle Grades, Sunday Brunch|

  The Somewhat True Adventures of Sammy Shine—by New Yo

New Year, New List

January 8th, 2016|Board Books, Middle Grades, Picture Books, YA|

It's 2016! And a new year means a new season of childre

Sunday Brunch with Fred Bowen

August 30th, 2015|Fred Bowen, Middle Grades, On Writing, Series, Sports, Sunday Brunch|

For today's Sunday Brunch, we're chatting with Fred Bow

Spring 2015 Preview of Titles

January 15th, 2015|Book Preview, Elizabeth O. Dulemba, Middle Grades, Picture Book, sneak peek, Spring 2015, Thomas Gonzalez, Toad Weather|

President & Publisher, Margaret Quinlin, hosted a l

Blog Tour for “Murphy, Gold Rush Dog”

October 18th, 2014|Alaska, Alison Hart, Blog Tours, Dog Chronicles, Fall 2014, Historical Fiction, Michael G. Montgomery, Middle Grades, Murphy, Murphy Gold Rush Dog|

  An action-packed and heartwarming story of a dog

Blog Tour for Charlie Bumpers vs. the Squeaking Skull

September 22nd, 2014|Adam Gustavson, Bill Harley, Blog Tours, Charlie Bumpers, Fall 2014, Halloween, Middle Grades, Realistic Fiction, School Stories|

It's true what Kirkus Reviews says! "Charlie Bumers is

Chris Platt: Peachtree’s Renaissance Woman

April 30th, 2014|Chris Platt, Contests, Horses, Interviews, Middle Grades, Military, Realistic Fiction, YA|

If I was an eighteenth century lady and you and I were

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