Little, Brown's "The Office: A Day at Dunder Mifflin Elementary" by Robb Pearlman and illustrator Melanie Demmer, follows a suit-and-tie wearing young Michael Scott alongside other pint-size versions of the paper-products crew from the 2005-13 NBC sitcom.
'All the Best Lies': Shocking family secrets
A DNA test leads to learning family secrets and uncovering clues to an unsolved murder in Joann Schaffhausen's "All the Best Lies."
'The Illness Lesson': Feminine ideas take flight
Clare Beams' stunning novel "The Illness Lesson" takes place at a girls school where students are taught to challenge their minds as if they were men.
Diane Keaton recalls sibling in 'Brother & Sister'
The actress deals with the challenging relationship with her sibling in her new memoir, "Brother & Sister."
'Nobody Does It Better': History of the 007 films
"Nobody Does It Better," a history of the Bond films, offer choice new material mixed with lackluster interviews.
Author, NY1 anchor recounts lost stories of ancestors
Cheryl Wills said learning she came "from a family of warriors and survivors" was transformative.
Authors appearing on LI, week of Feb. 24
Novelist Tayari Jones, medium Gina Simone and more authors will present book talks and signings on Long Island this week.
Bestsellers for the week ending Feb. 15
Publishers Weekly’s U.S. list powered by NPD BookScan for the week ending Feb. 15. HARDCOVERFICTION1. THE BOY, THE MOLE, THE ...
No conspiracy this time: Dan Brown writing children's book
"Wild Symphony" will be illustrated by Susan Batori and will be accompanied by a release of children's classical music, written by Brown.
Portman, Copeland to speak at booksellers convention
Natalie Portman and Misty Copeland are among the scheduled speakers during an author's breakfast at BookExpo, which takes place the last week of May at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.
'The Resisters': A '1984' for our times
In Gish Jen's brilliant futuristic novel "The Resisters," baseball serves as the antidote in a world where everyone is being watched.