Woody Guthrie’s Riding In My Car

Inspired by his love of Woody Guthrie’s Riding In My Car, award winning illustrator Scott Menchin invites readers on an exciting cross-country road trip with a family of dogs! This interactive novelty format features pull-tabs, pop-ups, and lift-the-flaps on every page, and makes kids feel like they’re really coming along for the ride, visiting some of America’s most notable landmarks including the Statue of Liberty, Mount Rushmore, the Grand Canyon and more! Hidden beneath each flap are fun American facts for the child readers and interesting biographical details about Woody Guthrie for adults.

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Whooo Loves You? by Sandra Magsamen

The birds resting on the clothesline sing…
You’re my little tweetheart! You’re my little tweetheart!

The little puppies snuggled in their home bark…
We ruff you! We ruff you!

Babies will love playing peek-a-boo with this interactive board book, featuring fun-shaped lift-the-flaps on each spread. This adorable new addition to the “Made with Love” series invites little ones to discover messages of love through Sandra Magsamen’s signature heartfelt text and sweet new hand-stitched illustration style.

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New Suspense Imprint

Little, Brown & Co announces Mulholland Books Contact: Miriam Parker, Marketing Director (212) 364-1161 / miriam.parker@hbgusa.com Little, Brown and Company announces new suspense imprint’s name and launch list June 15, 2010, NEW YORK—Little, Brown and Company announced today the name of its new imprint devoted to publishing suspense fiction: Mulholland Books The name is taken from Mulholland Drive, a winding stretch of road in the Hollywood Hills. Its hairpin turns, sharp cliff faces, and breathtaking views of Los Angeles have long made it synonymous with drama and suspense. The mysteries of Mulholland have inspired countless novels and films, from the classic mysteries of Raymond Chandler and James M. Cain to the voices of James Ellroy, Michael Connelly, Michael Mann, and David Lynch. Little, Brown Publisher Michael Pietsch said, “There is an extraordinary body of suspense fiction being written today— novels and stories whose goal is to entertain and surprise at. . .

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