Spring Adult Book Buzz
SPONSORED BY: HarperCollins Publishers, MacMillan Publishers, Random House, Inc., Perseus Books Group Publishers, and Library Journal
SCHEDULED EVENT DATE: Tuesday, April 10, 2012– 03:00 PM EDT – 60 minutes

Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Ford’s Canada, his first novel in six years. Chelsea Cain’s Kill You Twice, next in the New York Times best-selling Archie Sheridan series. The Red House, a new novel of family rapprochement from Mark Haddon, author of the Whitbread/Commonwealth prize winner The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. And award-winning broadcast journalist Lynn Sherr’s Swim: Why We Love the Water. These are some of the spring/summer season’s hottest titles, and they’ll be featured with other big titles on LJ’s April 10 webcast, Spring Adult Book Buzz. Arm yourself with suggestions for vacation reading by joining us as sponsors Harper Collins, Macmillan Library Marketing, Perseus, and Random House share their top picks.


Virginia Stanley
, Director, Library Marketing, HarperCollins Publishers

Ali Fisher, Library Marketing Coordinator, Macmillan Publishers

Kelly Coyle Crivelli, Library Marketing Manager, Random House, Inc.

Erica Melnichok, Library Marketing Manager, Random House, Inc

Elenita Chmilowski, Director of Library Sales, Perseus Books Group Publishers, New York

Moderated by

Moderator: Barbara Hoffert
, Editor, Prepub Alert, Library Journal

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