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Goodman Adds Five Publishing Clients

Goodman Media International has added five new publishing-related clients, including the Children’s Book Council for publicity in connection with the January 2010 appointment of the nation’s second National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Goodman Media International has added five new publishing-related clients, including the Children’s Book Council for publicity in connection with the January 2010 appointment of the nation’s second National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, a position created jointly by the Children’s Book Council and the Library of Congress.

 

Other new clients include the Penguin Young Readers Group, for national publicity for two book projects: the first Winnie-the-Pooh novel in 80 years and Mike Lupica’s latest novel for young readers; Vermont Butter & Cheese Company, for publicity in connection with the publication of In a Cheesemaker’s Kitchen; Walter Dean Myers, for the launch of Lockdown; and Gene Dattel for the launch of Cotton and Race in the Making of America: The Human Costs of Economic Power.

 

Goodman Media’s publishing clients are overseen by senior vice president Virginia Anagnos, who worked previously for HarperCollins Publishers, Penguin Group, and Scholastic.

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