Date: May 3, 2015
Author: Judy Hyde

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Good news for Ann Ingalls!

Happy news for Heartlander Ann Ingalls posted in Publisher’s Marketplace:


Children’s: Picture book
Ann Ingalls’s FAIRY FLOSS, when a girl and her aunt go to the World’s Fair in Saint Louis to watch William Morrison introduce his exciting new Electric Candy-making Machine, they have to push through the crowds to see the fluffy clouds of candy spin out of the barrel; the Wonderful Electric Candy Machine took the prize for Novelty of Invention in 1904 and created a new national favorite!, to Sonali Fry at Little Bee Books, for publication in Summer 2017, by Karen Grencik at Red Fox Literary (World).

Date: March 3, 2015
Author: Judy Hyde

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Congratulations to Bridget Heos!

MustacheBabyMeetsHisMatchHappy Pub Day to MUSTACHE BABY MEETS HIS MATCH by Heartlander Bridget Heos!

Date: February 11, 2015
Author: Judy Hyde

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Congratulations to Alastair Heim!

Congratulations to Heartlander Alastair Heim! Alastair’s picture book LOVE YOU, TOO, to be illustrated by Alisa Coburn, is a read-together book in which a dad and child move through their day, finishing each other’s sentences, to Sonali Fry at Little Bee Books, by Kelly Sonnack of the Andrea Brown Literary Agency for the author (world).

Date: January 30, 2015
Author: Judy Hyde

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Congratulations to Bridget Heos!

Congratulations to HWKT’s Bridget Heos!

Announced this week!

For Disney-Hyperion, Stephanie Lurie acquired world rights to QUEEN DOG, a picture book by Bridget Brewster Heos. Kelly Sonnack at Andrea Brown Literary Agency, Inc. represented Heos (Mustache Baby). The book, set for winter 2017, is about a pampered canine who must deal with a new baby in his family. Alejandro O’Kif, who was represented by Justin Rucker at Shannon Associates, is illustrating.
http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/book-deals/article/65390-book-deals-week-of-january-26-2015.html

Date: January 27, 2015
Author: Judy Hyde

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Congratulations to Bridget Heos!

Congratulations to HWKT’s Bridget Heos! Her book MUSTACHE BABY won the 2014 Missouri Building Block Picture Book Award!

Date: December 4, 2014
Author: Judy Hyde

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Barb Stuber’s Girl in Reverse is an NPR Best Book of 2014!

Happy to share that Barb Stuber’s Girl in Reverse is an NPR  Best Book of 2014! Congratulations, Barb!

Here’s the link:  http://apps.npr.org/best-books-2014/

 

Date: November 1, 2014
Author: Judy Hyde

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Congratulations to Tessa Elwood!

Congratulations to HWKT’s Tessa Elwood! Here’s the scoop from Publishers Weekly:

Running Press Gets ‘Hungry’ With Elwood
Tessa Elwood sold Hunger, Heart, Fuel, Nation to Lisa Cheng at Running Press. Cheng took world rights, in a two-book deal, to the YA novel from Victoria Marini at Gelfman Schneider. Marini said the novel is a “space Regency,” calling it “Game of Thrones in space.” In the novel, a girl takes her sister’s place “in an arranged political marriage between two intergalactic royal houses.” Marini added that the stakes are raised when the heroine finds “she may be the illegitimate daughter of her family’s sworn enemy.” Elwood is a Web designer and has worked for a number of YA authors, including Amy Zhang and Mindee Arnett.

Date: October 30, 2014
Author: Judy Hyde

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Date: October 19, 2014
Author: Judy Hyde

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Congratulations to Sue Gallion!

This just in: Sue Gallion’s PUG & PIG: TRICK OR TREAT, a companion to PUG & PIG that involves ill-fitting Halloween costumes and lots of mud; illustrated by Joyce Wan, to Andrea Welch at Beach Lane Books, for publication in Summer 2017, by Karen Grencik of Red Fox Literary representing Gallion and Teresa Kietlinski at Prospect Agency representing Wan (world). Congratulations, Sue!

Date: August 28, 2014
Author: Judy Hyde

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Congratulations to Ann Ingalls!

J IS FOR JIVE by Ann Ingalls has been selected as one of the 30 best Indie picks by Publishers Weekly! Congratulations, Ann!

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