Random House Children's Books
For the first time in the publisher's history, Random House Children's Books has released an e-book of an original, not-previously-published work. The e-book, written by New York Times bestselling author Michael Scott, is entitled "The Death of Joan of Arc: A Lost Story from the Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel."
Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Random House Children's Books, has published its first enhanced e-book, a movie tie-in to Wendelin Van Draanen's teen romance "Flipped."
If a formula exists for creating a great work environment, Random House Inc. seems to have found it. The world’s largest trade book publisher has created a structure that strikes a balance between employee support and autonomy, overall corporate vision and individual contributions. Along with a strong ethos of promoting wellness and a healthy work-life balance, the company has, according to its employees, managed to foster a spirit of entrepreneurship and collective responsibility—no mean feat for a book publishing group with a combined workforce of more than 3,000 supporting the publishing efforts of more than 120 separate U.S. imprints. Fostering a great work