On Friday, June 11, the Pulitzer Prize Committee announced its 2021 winners. PRH had several finalists, and we repost the PRH Prize-winners from prior years.Read more
Bring on the celebration!
Each June in the USA and around the world, celebrations of LGBTQ Month include parades, picnics, parties, workshops, symposia and concerts, and Pride Month events attract millions of participants. As ever, PRH and its distributed clients have a multitude of books to recognize the impact that LGBTQ individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally, including Fiction and Non-Fiction.Read more
In May, Americans pay tribute to generations of Asian and Pacific Islanders who have enriched America’s history and are instrumental in its future success. At no time have these Americans needed to see the country acknowledge and celebrate the rich heritages thousands of years old and the people who have shaped United States history.
Asian-Americans are the nation’s fastest-growing racial group, and for the last year have suffered considerably in an ever-present racist atmosphere. Encourage booksellers to show their support more than ever with a variety of ideas for promotion during this holiday.Read more
For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world, providing readers with a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Here are titles on the Penguin Classics lists by African-American writers.Read more
One of our favorite holiday sales bumps is upon us, and this year we have the usual Mother’s Day classics plus an amazing list of recent and current bestselling titles ideal for promotions. There truly is a gift for every mother on this list. Examples are below and to seethe complete list: On the BacklistRead more
Although many think of St. Patrick’s Day (March 17) as a day of parading and imbibing, St Patrick’s Day is a global celebration of Irish culture. It particularly remembers St Patrick, one of Ireland’s patron saints, who ministered Christianity in Ireland during the fifth century. To commemorate this holiday, bookstores and libraries may choose to focus on the wealth of exceptional writing by Irish writers, or books set in the country.Read more
Herewith a highly curated list of Black History titles – classics and contemporary biographies, memoirs, essays, history, even poetry, from a broad spectrum of voices. Speaking to slavery, civil rights, the arts and current events, these books are a great starting point for Black History Month promotions as well as being essential to every bookstore and library inventory year-round.Read more
Explore Penguin Random House’s top-selling short story collections and help accounts inspire their readers’ next Book Club picks. Whether you read one story at a time or all of them at once, these collections are sure to spark interesting conversations!Read more
Celebrate the Windy City with a collection of titles dedicated to either books set in Chicago or written by authors from the area. Local readers are sure to recognize some familiar faces and places!Read more
On June 9th, the latest work from Joyce Carol Oates will hit shelves, NIGHT. SLEEP. DEATH. THE STARS. To mark this release, make sure your accounts are stocked up on her backlist titles available in Penguin Random House’s collection.Read more
These are the essential books that form the foundations of a lifelong love of literature, the ones that stick with a reader forever and help to form their personal preferences. Discover the best classics the Penguin Random House backlist has to offer with this collection.Read more
The next Title Wave pick, PRETTY THINGS by Janelle Brown, hits shelves on April 21, 2020. Read up on previous picks to prepare for what is sure to be the next exciting launch in this program.Read more