Will you be our Valentine tomorrow? We made these beautiful e-cards for you to share with your favorite bookish Valentines. To download, simply right-click with your mouse and select “save image as.”
Dear book lovers,
Tundra Books is exhibiting at ALA Midwinter this year. Please say hello to our amazing Marketing Manager, Vikki VanSickle and Publicity Manager, Evan Munday, along with our Fiction Publishing Director, Lynne Missen at booth #1729. They will be happy to tell you about our new and upcoming books or to answer any questions you may have.
We brought our Fall 2017 books in case you didn’t see them at ALA Annual last year. You can pick up a height chart featuring Linda Bailey‘s titles for all ages, a How to Make Friends with a Ghost art card, Yak and Dove art cards, and When the Moon Comes posters.
From our Spring 2018 list, we think Winter Is a Scream! Get some buttons for your school and libraries! We also have From the Heart of Africa art cards for Black History Month, Sakura’s Cherry Blossoms postcards for cherry blossom festivals in March, Tilly and Tank posters and buttons, Trampoline Boy posters, Petra magnets, Peanut Butter and Jelly place mats and window clings, This Is Sadie art cards, and lots of Monster ARCs.
You can have an early look at our Summer 2018 books and pick up some Anne’s Colors and Anne’s Numbers art cards, Blood Will Out bookmarks and ARCs, Clara Voyant bookmarks, Red Sky at Night posters, Hedgehog door hangers, If a Horse Had Words art cards, and Megabat ARCs! Seriously, there’s a lot of goodies at our booth!
At Tundra Books we think the dead of winter is the best time to curl up with a bone-chilling read and a cup of something warm (and delicious)! We’re looking for 10 people with Instagram accounts to take part in our #WinterIsAScream campaign, featuring some of our spooky middle grade titles.
Here is how you can enter:
- You must be following @TundraBooks on Instagram.
- You must be a resident of Canada or the United States of America.
- Your Instagram account must be public.
- You must be 18 years of age or have parental permission.
- Entries will be accepted until January 29th, 2018.
Upon being selected, you will be receiving five recently published Tundra books appropriate for readers ages 10+ – along with some other special treats and goodies. You will have to post at least 3 times between February 1st, 2018 and March 31st, 2018, featuring the books sent to you. Please tag @TundraBooks immediately followed by the hashtag #partner and #ad or #sponsored in your photos in addition to #WinterIsAScream. Please make sure that the disclosure occurs before the “expand” or “more” button in the caption. The partnership cannot be buried after. If you post a video, please include “Sponsored by Tundra Books” within the video itself either verbally or through text on the screen.
Sign-up form is now closed. Thank you for those who expressed interest in participating. We will be contacting the chosen reps.
We need your help! The artwork in Elly MacKay’s Red Sky at Night (available May 1, 2018) is so beautiful that we’re having trouble deciding which one to print as a poster. So this is where you come in, help us by voting for your favorite in the form below. Please click on the posters to see them in greater detail.
We will also randomly choose a voter to receive the winning poster. Vote by Sunday, November 19, 2017.
Voting poll is now closed. Thank you to everyone who voted!
The Museum of Illustration at the Society of Illustrators is proud to present The Original Art, an annual exhibit celebrating the fine art of children’s book illustration, on display from November 1 through December 30, 2017.
The Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be held at the Society of Illustrators (128 East 63rd Street, NYC) at 6:00 pm on Thursday, November 2. Tickets are on sale via their website.
Tundra Books would like to congratulate our illustrators who have been selected for The Original Art Show:
Can You Find My Robot’s Arm?
By Chihiro Takeuchi
Hardcover | Ages 2 to 5
“Young readers … will pore over the intricately detailed black-on-cream cut-paper illustrations…. Striking geometric silhouetted images invite long, happy perusal (gears and wind-up keys abound)…. Chihiro Takeuchi is a well-known cut-paper artist in Osaka, Japan. Can You Find My Robot’s Arm? is her debut English-language picture book, although she has written and illustrated several books in Japanese. Readers will surely be asking librarians, ‘Can you find more books by Chihiro Takeuchi?'”
– Starred Review, Shelf Awareness
Yak and Dove
By Kyo Maclear
Illustrated by Esme Shapiro
Hardcover | Ages 4 to 8
“Odd-couple friendships are nothing new in children’s literature, but seldom is one portrayed with the grace and sly humor Maclear and Shapiro bring to this story…. Maclear (The Liszts) divides the story into three chapters, all told in spare but emotionally rich dialogue…. Shapiro (Ooko) fills her watercolor, gouache, and pencil illustrations with subtle comedy … and excels at depicting the quiet pleasures of being simpatico, when a look between friends says it all.”
– Starred Review, Publishers Weekly
By Kyo Maclear
Illustrated by Kenard Pak
Hardcover | Ages 4 to 8
“Pak’s digitally worked pencil-and-watercolor illustrations support and enhance this simple parable…. Humor is to be found in the extensive human identifications that grace the endpapers and early pages of Warble’s story, a nod to the habits of bird-watchers like the author…. Reaching out lifts both fog and spirits; it brightens days and nights. A song about sharing that’s sure to lift readers’ spirits as well.”
– Starred Review, Kirkus Reviews
Little Blue Chair
By Cary Fagan
Illustrated by Madeline Kloepper
Hardcover | Ages 3 to 7
“Illustrator Madeline Kloepper works in a soothing, muted palette and her tender ink-and-pencil style is part Ruth Krauss and part Julie Morstad, with a vintage tinge. But Kloepper also infuses her style with several modern touches: there are diverse characters and families, everything is suspended in clean, crisp white space, and adult Boo sports a hipster beard and baseball tee. The result is a very sweet little marriage between old and new, with magic officiating the ceremony.”
– Quill & Quire
How to Make Friends with a Ghost
By Rebecca Green
Hardcover | Ages 4 to 8
“With rosy cheeks, wide eyes, and childlike interests, this ghost is not just not-scary but utterly endearing. A cozy, muted autumnal palette; plenty of visual humor; and relaxed hand-lettering further lighten the punny text, making for a tongue-in-cheek but strangely sweet picture book about enduring friendship.”
– The Horn Book Magazine
#WindowWednesday: We are incredibly fortunate to have stores create window features of our books. We want to highlight their amazing work here on our blog for you to see (and perhaps you’ll discover a new local bookstore).
Page & Panel
789 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M4W 2G8
Window design: Chihiro Takeuchi
When: Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Time: 7:00 pm
Where: The Dakota Tavern
Address: 249 Ossington Avenue, Toronto, ON M6J 3A1
Please RSVP at RSVPCanada@penguinrandomhouse.com.
Praise for When the Moon Comes:
“The illustrations, with their burnished waning light, and the clipped-short narrative combine to create an atmosphere that for anyone who has experienced it will feel pitch-perfect.” – Starred Review, Kirkus Reviews
“Harbridge uses language to create a space where magic happens, providing an opportunity for extraordinary things to occur in an ordinary world… An exquisite selection for older elementary readers.” – Starred Review, School Library Journal