Dav Pilkey's 2010 graphic novel "The Adventures of Ook and Gluk: Kung-Fu Cavemen from the Future" will no longer be published and all copies in circulation are set to be returned.
"We have a strict policy against hate and discrimination to ensure our platform remains a safe, trusted and inclusive environment for our global community of buyers and sellers," the company said in an email on Thursday.
The Missouri senator has faced a sustained backlash following the events of January 6, with calls for him to resign and be censured.
The senator had bemoaned "cancel culture" after facing a backlash following the violence of January 6.
"I will fight this cancel culture with everything I have," Senator Josh Hawley tweeted Thursday in response to the news of the cancellation of his book. "We'll see you in court."
Author Amanda Harlowe supposedly based characters in her book off of people she knew in college and high school, and they are not happy about it.
The effort is looking to turn the "Lord of the Rings" author's Oxford home, where he wrote the beloved trilogy, into a literary center.
The woman appeared on political satire show Mezhdunarodnaya Pilorama wearing a red bandana and chain and suggesting Obama's predecessors could not read.
Peterson's new book Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life will not be released until next March, but is already attracting attention.
The book apparently made almost $100,000 from fans paying whatever amount they chose—and it all went to a variety of causes, according to Serrano.
"I don't want people to think that Trump Tower is being built by Black people," President Donald Trump allegedly said.
Sayers only played for seven years, but was a celebrated player in his time on the field for the Chicago Bears.
The employee tweeted that she knew Saltz was a critic, but said that he still needed to follow the museum's rules including booking ahead of time.
The first volume of Barack Obama's memoir, "A Promised Land," is set for release this November.
Rowling's latest novel under the "Robert Galbraith" name features a male serial killer who wears a dress to kill his female victims. Amidst all the controversy surrounding Rowling's comments about trans-people, actor Robbie Coltrane has come to her defense.
The college's board of trustees voted unanimously to change the building's name, after it was discovered that the man it was named after had allegedly been a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
Strzok was fired from the bureau after text messages from 2016 were released that revealed anti-Trump remarks between himself and FBI lawyer Lisa Page.
Mellon biographer Meryl Gordon talked to Newsweek about how important the Rose Garden was to Mellon, and that Trump's changes "strip it of its personality."
Martin jokingly wrote that fans could imprison him if he didn't finish his latest book in time for New Zealand's Worldcon 2020, which began today. Now fans are trying to hold him to his word.
New information released by the U.S. Small Business Administration showed that the Ayn Rand Institute received between $350,000 and $1 million.
"I don't think these are records that are supposed to be kept and many other people followed the same pattern," former National Security Adviser John Bolton said Tuesday.
The former national security advisor is publishing his tell-all book detailing his time in the White House despite President Donald Trump's efforts to block it.
A federal judge denied the Trump administration's request to block publication of former national security adviser John Bolton's book set for release on Tuesday.
South Carolina senator says memoir of former national security adviser will have little effect on November's election.
In Tuesday's lawsuit, the DOJ alleges that Bolton "breached his legal obligations" by submitting the manuscript to publishers without finishing the White House's standard prepublication review.
"Maybe [Bolton]'s not telling the truth," President Donald Trump told reporters on Monday. "He's been known not to tell the truth, a lot."
Fans can hear the actor read the first chapter of the series on Spotify and the Harry Potter at Home website.
Bolton's book release has been moved from May to June.
The actor wrote an essay about the flick. After this, you'll be listening to "Take My Breath Away" on repeat, too.
Farrow has been very outspoken in recent years about allegations that the director molested her when she was a child, which he has repeatedly denied.