William & Kate: The Love Story: A Celebration of the Wedding of the Century (John Blake, 9781844547364) will be featured and the author, Robert Jobson, interviewed this Saturday, February 19, 2011, in a segment of Weekend Today, the weekend edition of NBC's Today Show, which airs from 7:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. They plan to display the cover image, as well as interior images from the book during the segment.
Friday, February 18, 2011
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Two Peas in a Pod
Allen & Unwin, 9781742373041, $16.99
"...the imagination behind the colorful multimedia illustrations is admirable, and kids will recognize both the fun of fantasy play and the close friendship between characters."
Chicago Review Press, 9781569763414, $14.95 "After losing Elsa, their German shepherd, author Barrie Hawkins and his wife, Dorothy, decided to rescue what they call orphan dogs—dogs whose owners could no longer keep them, dogs who had been abused or neglected, dogs too big for other fostering groups to take in. German shepherds who needed a good home...This lovely book brings smiles and tears in equal amounts."
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Vidal Sassoon, author of Vidal (Macmillan UK; ISBN: 9780230746893), will appear on The Martha Stewart Show on February 11, 2011. A copy of the book is expected to be held up during his interview.
Vidal (Macmillan UK; ISBN: 9780230746893) will be positively reviewed in the February 15, 2011 issue of Kirkus Reviews (circ 5,000). They call it “richly nuanced” and “a well-rounded, enterprising life’s journey, expressed with grace and humility.”
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Judy Moody gets famous - FOR REAL!
The upcoming Judy Moody movie Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer comes out in Summer 2011.
Candlewick will publish five totally Moody movie tie-in titles which go on-sale May 24, 2011 - call us for details! More info about the movie is available at: www.judymoodythemovie.com, and at the FaceBook page: http://www.facebook.com/JudyMoodyMovie?ref=ts.
Candlewick is thrilled that the movie screenplay was co-authored by Judy Moody author Megan McDonald and Kathy Waugh. From the set, Megan McDonald raved, "Young actress Jordana Beatty IS Judy Moody. I have to pinch myself every time I see my characters leap off the page and come to life on the big screen! Rare!"