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John Green Holds 4 Spots on the NYT Young Adult Best Sellers List - Posted January 11, 2013
YA novelist John Green captured four spots on the New York Times Young Adult Best Sellers list for the week of January 20, 2013. His most recent novel, ... [GalleyCat]

Ally Condie Fans Pose Inside Her Book Cover - Posted June 13, 2012
To celebrate the final installment of the Matched trilogy, Penguin Group set up a photo booth at BookExpo America so fans could pose for a photograph inside a 3D life-size replica of Ally Condie's book cover. Fans could share ... [GalleyCat]

S.E. Hinton's 'The Outsiders' Released in eBook Format - Posted May 15, 2012
Penguin Young Readers Group will release S.E. Hinton's The Outsiders as an eBook for the first time. Hinton (pictured, via) published The Outsiders in 1967 while completing her first year in college. This digital version celebrates the 4... [GalleyCat]

D.J. MacHale Inks Book Deal for Trilogy - Posted May 14, 2012
Pendragon author D.J. MacHale has landed a deal with Penguin Young Readers Group's Razorbill imprint for a new science-fiction trilogy. The first book will be released in summer 2013. Razorbill senior editor Laura Arnold negotiate... [GalleyCat]

Pseudonymous Bosch Lands Deal with Dial Books for Young Readers - Posted April 17, 2012
Secret Series author Pseudonymous Bosch (a.k.a. Raphael Simon) has inked a deal for a new middle grade trilogy with Penguin's Dial Books for Young Readers. The not-yet-titled first boo... [GalleyCat]

Ben Schrank on the Art of Compartmentalizing - Posted March 30, 2012
Novelist and publishing executive Ben Schrank has mastered the art of compartmentalizing his life. During business hours, he is the publisher of Penguin Young Readers Group Razorbill imprint, but ... [GalleyCat]

Kristin Ostby Joins Albert Whitman & Company - Posted June 14, 2011
Kristin Ostby will join Albert Whitman & Company as a senior editor. Previously, Ostby served as an editor at the Penguin Young Readers Group. She worked on the Mad Libs series and licensed books from Nickelodeon, Disney, and DreamWorks. After leaving Penguin, she worked with a number of... [GalleyCat]

Sarah Dessen Bringing Sweetery Truck To BEA - Posted May 12, 2011
If you've ever attended Book Expo America (BEA), you'll know that the food cart choices parked outside the Javits Center typically feature hot dogs and kebabs. Penguin Young Readers Group author Sarah Dessen (pic... [GalleyCat]

New Hire & Promotions at Scholastic - Posted February 10, 2011
Scholastic has made two promotions and one new hire. Doug Analla and Anamika Bhatnagar have both received promotions. Analla has been named director of marketing and creative services. Bhatnagar now serves... [GalleyCat]

Elyse Marshall Moves to Penguin Young Readers Group - Posted February 3, 2011
Starting February 22nd, Elyse Marshall will serve as associate director of publicity at Penguin Young Readers Group. Prior to this move, Marshall held the position of publicity manager at HarperCollins Children's Books. Marshall helped establish her department's online media and blogger outreach. She has worked with many authors, including Neil Gaiman,... [GalleyCat]

Nick Hornby Writes for Teens - Posted March 13, 2007
PW Daily reported yesterday that Nick Hornby is writing his first young adult novel, for his longtime publisher Penguin. Slam, about a boy who survives a teenage crush by hashing out the pangs of love with his idol Tony Hawk (or at least a one-dimensional version of the star, via a... [GalleyCat]

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