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Throwback Monday: It Is Night

In 1953, Harper & Row published Phyllis Rowand’s original It Is Night, and 61 years later, Greenwillow is proud to re-imagine the timeless story with new art by Laura Dronzek. The latest version—which goes on sale 4/22/14—features a different layout and brighter colors, but the artwork remains just as dreamy as the original, and still [...]

“Come play with us…forever, and ever, and ever.”

Two eyeless mock versions of the Wemberly Worried plush were found today and a certain editorial assistant couldn’t help but notice their resemblance to another set of iconic twins. Happy nightmares, everyone! Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on FriendFeed Buzz it up Share on Linkedin Share via MySpace [...]

Feeling the love

We hope you enjoyed the quotes we shared today on our twitter feed! But for those of you who don’t follow us on twitter (though you can rectify that here), we’ve compiled all of the quotations–and the books they are from–in one handy post. Enjoy!  Someone opened the jar. The lightning bugs knew what to [...]

Author Talk: Emil Ostrovski and Andrew Smith

We here at Greenwillow are big fans of Andrew Smith, and we thought it’d be a hoot to introduce him to our own Emil Ostrovski, whose debut teen novel The Paradox of Vertical Flight was published this past fall. The following memorable, thought-provoking, and at times mildly profane (PG-13) conversation ensued. (Oh, and guys, nice blatantly [...]

Happy Holidays from Greenwillow Books

“Winter Songs” The winter sings a windy song That hustles rusty leaves along.   The winter sings a song of hail That pings and pangs like falling nails.   The winter sings a song of sleet As sloshing cars slip down the street.   The winter sings a song of snow, A whispering as whiteness [...]