Hachette Book Group

Hachette Book Group Our mission is to publish great books well! Hachette Book Group (HBG) is a leading trade publisher based in New York and a division of Hachette Livre, the second-largest publisher in the world.

HBG publishes under the divisions of Little, Brown and Company, Little Brown Books for Young Readers, Grand Central Publishing, Hachette Nashville, Hachette Audio, Orbit, Perseus Books, and Hachette Digital. HBG also provides a wide range of custom distribution, fulfillment and sales services to third party publishers including Harry N. Abrams, Amazing People Club, Chronicle Books, Filipacchi Publishing, Gildan Media, Guinness World Records, Hachette UK, InnovativeKids, Octopus Books USA, Oxmoor House, Peterson’s, Phaidon Press, and Time Inc. Home Entertainment.

HBG publishes under the divisions of Little, Brown and Company, Little Brown Books for Young Readers, Grand Central Publishing, Hachette Nashville, Hachette Audio, Orbit, Perseus Books, and Hachette Digital. HBG also provides a wide range of custom distribution, fulfillment and sales services to third party publishers including Harry N. Abrams, Amazing People Club, Chronicle Books, Filipacchi Publishing, Gildan Media, Guinness World Records, Hachette UK, InnovativeKids, Octopus Books USA, Oxmoor House, Peterson’s, Phaidon Press, and Time Inc. Home Entertainment.

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05/10/2021

Do you remember what got you into reading? A parent, a librarian, a family member, a particular book, a teacher, or something else?

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05/10/2021

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Down to the wire for Mother's Day? A few suggestions:
*Bake Mom a sweet treat!
*Do something that might help her around the house.
*RUN to your local bookstore for one of these: https://bit.ly/LittleBrownMothersDay2021

Join author Olivette Otele, Professor of History of Slavery and Memory of Enslavement at the University of Bristol, UK, ...
05/07/2021

Join author Olivette Otele, Professor of History of Slavery and Memory of Enslavement at the University of Bristol, UK, for a free talk about her new book AFRICAN EUROPEANS at 1pm ET. Basic Books

Register here: http://ow.ly/U43u50EHrFg

Join author Olivette Otele, Professor of History of Slavery and Memory of Enslavement at the University of Bristol, UK, for a free talk about her new book AFRICAN EUROPEANS at 1pm ET. Basic Books

Register here: http://ow.ly/U43u50EHrFg

05/06/2021

Why was the book title changed 3 times?

Susan Page USA Today Washington Bureau chief and Twelve Books author of MADAM SPEAKER talks Nancy Pelosi influencing her book title and more on this week's #TheCurrent.

Full Episode: https://bit.ly/3h6T1o5
Get your copy of MADAM SPEAKER: https://bit.ly/2QRr3lN

05/03/2021

💐 MOTHER’S DAY SWEEPSTAKES 💐 Enter for your chance to win all these books by amazing women—makes a perfect gift for mom! 💕 Enter here: www.bit.ly/voraciousmothersdaysweeps

05/02/2021

Show us a picture of a book in your phone that has your energy.

05/01/2021

How many books did you read in April?

What really made Nancy Pelosi rip up Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech? Susan Page, USA Today Washington Bureau c...
04/30/2021
The Current, Episode 38: Susan Page

What really made Nancy Pelosi rip up Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech?

Susan Page, USA Today Washington Bureau chief and author of MADAM SPEAKER talks Nancy preparing herself to fight during the Capitol Riot and more on this week's #TheCurrent.

Listen to the full episode: https://bit.ly/3tgtgV3

Order your copy of MADAM SPEAKER: https://bit.ly/3nB7f1O

FULL EPISODE NOW AVAILABLE: Episode Summary: What really made Nancy Pelosi rip up Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech? Susan Page, USA...

04/30/2021

Not sure what to read next? Let us know a book you've loved recently and we'll give you a fitting recommendation.

04/29/2021

How many times have you read your favorite book?

04/28/2021

If you had unlimited resources, what would your dream library look like?

04/27/2021

In literature, we can create a view of the world that shows us all as equals, breaks down barriers, and imagine a future that is equitable for all. When children read these stories, they begin to accept a world that is different than what they see today. It is my goal to show young readers that children of color (particularly Black children) aren’t simply fighting racism and oppression. They can also solve mysteries, defeat dragons, and travel the universe. (Excerpt from Bryan Patrick Avery’s application for Amplify Black Stories)

The newly selected members of our Storyteller cohort of Amplify Black Stories is comprised of 24 debut, midlist, and vanguard Black authors and illustrators across all children’s literature genres and formats who live and work in the United States, Canada, and Europe.

Please join us in welcoming Andrea J. Loney, Brittany J. Thurman, Bryan Patrick Avery, Cathy Ann Johnson-Conforto, Christine Kendall, Debbie Ann Taylor, Dinah Johnson, Hasani Claxton, Janae Marks, Judy Allen Dodson, K. Tempest Bradford, Leah Henderson, Lisa Moore Ramée, Lisa Stringfellow, Mélina Mangal, Nadia L. Hohn, Nikki Shannon Smith, Pamela M. Tuck, Ronni Davis, Sharee Miller, Sharon Langley, TeMika Grooms, Tonya Duncan Ellis, and Valerie Bolling.

Thank you to all who applied and have supported this program and our mission so far. Together with our sponsors, we look forward to a year of supporting Black storytellers, confronting industry challenges, and fostering change

*** Amplify Black Stories is a living commitment to The Brown Bookshelf's 2020 kidlit industry Call to Action. It’s a partnership initiative between The Brown Bookshelf and the Highlights Foundation to empower Black kid lit creatives with resources and community; and promote publisher-collaborations to craft detailed actionable programs of support for Black kid lit creatives.

To see a full description of the program and find out more about the storytellers, visit: www.highlightsfoundation.org/programs/2591/the-brown-bookshelf-presents-amplify-black-stories-2021/

04/27/2021

What is a popular book you just couldn't get into?

04/26/2021

If your mind would be a book, what would it look like?

04/25/2021

what are your top three books you've read in the last five years?

04/24/2021

What's your favorite book to movie adaptation?

04/24/2021

What are some great books by AAPI authors that you'd recommend everyone read?

This week on The Current, PublicAffairs author Philip Zelikow gives a glimpse into cases in world history where American...
04/23/2021
The Current, Episode 37: Philip Zelikow

This week on The Current, PublicAffairs author Philip Zelikow gives a glimpse into cases in world history where American diplomacy succeeded.

Listen to the full episode: https://bit.ly/3egZx8W

Order your copy of THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED: https://bit.ly/2RRmV5l

FULL EPISODE NOW AVAILABLE: Episode Summary: What did Woodrow Wilson fail to do to stop World War 1? Philip Zelikow, White Burkett Miller...

04/23/2021

Happy #WorldBookDay! What was the first book you truly loved?

04/22/2021

What are some great books by trans authors you'd recommend?

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04/22/2021

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Want to learn more about America's most popular park? 🙌 Get ready for an Instagram Live with Hello Ranger and Moon author Jason Frye, TOMORROW Thursday April 22 at 6pm CT.

Be sure to follow Moon Guides and Hello Ranger on Instagram to be notified when the Live starts, and stay tuned for 7 more interviews with Moon authors in the coming weeks!

04/21/2021

Hachette Book Group stands in support of the Black community, our authors, employees and allies on this momentous day and we stand by our commitment to being accountable for change. #BlackLivesMatter

04/20/2021

If you could live in a book for one day, which book would you choose?

04/19/2021

How many books have you read so far in 2021?

04/18/2021

How many books have you read so far in April?

04/17/2021

What's one interesting fact from a book that you've learned recently that most people aren't aware of?

04/16/2021

Looking for a book recommendation? Tell us a book you loved recently, and we'll give you our best recommendation.

04/16/2021

If you could recommend one book to all your friends and family, what book would you choose to share?

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