Congratulations to Brandon Stanton, Ms. Nadia Lopez and Mott Hall Bridges Academy

Good Morning America recently did a piece on our author Brandon Stanton and his campaign to help raise money for the Harvard visit program for Mott Hall Bridges Academy in collaboration with the wonderful Ms. Nadia Lopez. We’re so happy for Ms. Lopez, her students and the generous donations that not only funded the Harvard visit program but also the Vidal Scholarship Fund, a scholarship fund available to the graduates of Mott Hall Bridges Academy in the coming years.

New York Times Best Sellers

Brandon Stanton’s HUMANS OF NEW YORK, published by St. Martin’s Press and DON’T GIVE UP, DON’T GIVE IN by Louis Zamperini and David Rensin, published by Dey Street Books, are once again back on the New York Times Hard Cover Print Best Sellers list! Congratulations to our authors. You can purchase HUMANS OF NEW YORK at Amazon, Barnes and Noble or your local independent book store. DON’T GIVE UP, DON’T GIVE IN can also be purchased on Amazon, Barnes and Noble or your local independent book store.

New York Times Best Sellers

Brandon Stanton’s HUMANS OF NEW YORK, published by St. Martin’s Press, has once again reached #1 on the New York Times Hardcover Nonfiction list! Not to be out done, Brandon Stanton’s picture book for young children LITTLE HUMANS was on the New York Times Kids Picture Book list again. We are also proud to announce that DON’T GIVE UP, DON’T GIVE IN by Louis Zamperini and David Rensin, published by Dey Street Books, also debuted on the New York Times special Sports list. Congratulations to all of our authors!

Sean Michaels Wins Canada’s Giller Prize

Debut novelist Sean Michaels won Canada’s Giller Prize for his novel Us Conductors published by Penguin Random House Canada and Tin House books in the United States. Us Conductors, the jury wrote in its citation, “is based on the life of Lev Thermen, the Russian-born inventor of the Theremin, the most ethereal of musical instruments. As the narrative shifts countries and climates, from the glittery brightness of New York in the 1920s to the leaden cold of the Soviet Union under Stalin, the grace of Michaels’s style makes these times and places seem entirely new. He succeeds at one of the hardest things a writer can do: he makes music seem to sing from the pages of a novel.” Check out Publisher’s Weekly article for more information. You can purchase Us Conductors at Amazon, Barnes and Noble or your local independent bookstore.

Congratulations again to Sean Michaels!

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