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The month long celebration of all things Candlewick Press is now coming to a close. It’s been fantastic to take a closer look at some of the fantastic books they have to offer, get to know the authors behind the books and look forward to what they have coming out soon! Again, I’d like to say thank you so much to Candlewick Press for spending the month with There’s A Book! I know everyone including the readers, Turkeybird, Littlebug and myself have absolutely loved it!

As a wrap up, I’m including all the posts from this past month as well as a “Link-up” for those of you with Candlewick Press (or their imprints) book reviews that you’d like to share. Please do “Link-up”, no matter how new or old your review may be, we’d love to read them! Don’t worry, this isn’t the last you’ve seen of Candlewick Press here at There’s A Book, it’s a household staple (one of our favorites!) and we’ve got many more reviews to come very soon!

Reviews:
The New World by Patrick Ness
The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
Tubby by Leslie Patricelli
The Ask and the Answer by Patrick Ness
Little Mouse Gets Ready by Jeff Smith
The Clever Stick by John Lechner
The Agency-A Spy in the House by Y.S. Lee
StoryWorld Create-A-Story Kit by John & Caitlin Matthews
Potty by Leslie Patricelli
A Tilly and Friends Library by Polly Dunbar
The Odyssey (A Graphic Novel) Illustrated by Gareth Hinds

Inside-Look:
A Month with Candlewick Press
Narrator Interview: Nick Podehl from The Chaos Walking Trilogy
Book Dreaming: Angel Burn by L.A. Weatherly
Candlewick on Brilliance Audio
Toon Books & Giveaway
Editor Interview: Andrea Tompa and Kaylan Adair from Candlewick Press
Author/Illustrator Interview: 20 Questions with John Lechner
A Little Bit More About Candlewick Press

Giveaways (“Official” winning announcement coming on Sunday March 6th):
A Tilly & Friends Library by Polly Dunbar
Reading with Candlewick Bears
Eli the Good by Silas House
Toon Books & Giveaway

Link-Up of Your Candlewick Press Reviews/Guest Posts/Author Interviews:

Make sure to stop by and connect with all things Candlewick Press at these locations around the web. And again, thank you so much for making this a fantastic month!

Candlewick Press Site
Candlewick Press on Twitter
Candlewick Press on Facebook
Candlewick Press on YouTube
Candlewick Press on Scribd
Candlewick Press on Goodreads
Candlewick Press on LibraryThing

8 Responses to Book Publishers 101: A Month with Candlewick Press Comes to a Close

  1. I really like these publisher spotlights! They are a great way to learn about new authors. Thanks for the cool giveaway opportunities too.

  2. I was surprised to find I have reviewed a few books published by Candlewick Press. I don’t usually check the publisher, but I’m glad I did. The Maisy series is one of my son’s favourite series.

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