After a launch party April 28 at Kepler's Books, Sabaa Tahir of Mountain View will embark on a seven-city national book tour; and Paramount has already snapped up the movie rights in a seven-figure deal and foreign rights have been sold in 24...
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Despite getting a bad rap from literary snobs, the young adult book industry is thriving, from the staggering amount of books atop best-sellers lists and the seemingly infinite number of book-to-movie adaptations based on the genre.
The death of Mal Peet has taken from us not only an exceptional writer, but also someone who truly loved life and was loved. Mal Peet was a late starter to publishing: he was 53 when Keeper appeared in 2003.
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