Thursday, April 17, 2014
New YA Titles--Look What I Came Home With!
Shooting Stars: My Life as a Paparazza
by Jennifer Buhl
cover in progress--this cover is on the uncorrected arc
A true story of a female photographer who gives her witty chronicle of the lives of rich and beautiful celebrities.
by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Cover not final; uncorrected advance proof
In-store date: 11/04/2014
By the author of the Raised by Wolves trilogy, Killer Instinct is the second in the Naturals series. Cassie and her friends try to solve a serial murder case while outsmarting a master killer.
I Have a Bad Feeling About this
by Jeff Strand
Jeff Strand makes me laugh; enough said!
The Code Busters Club, book 1
by Penny Warner
first published 2011
Fun for kids who enjoy solving codes and mysteries.
In the Shadows
by Kiersten White
art by Jim Di Bartolo
On Sale Date: April 29, 2014
Beautiful full color illustrations by Di Bartolo tell half the story. Kiersten White's tale is the other half. Together the two stories weave a fabulous tale.
Princess Labelmaker to the Rescue
by Tom Angleberger
Angleberger keeps getting it right. He knows kids and he knows origami! And, he's a nice guy!
Sleep No More
by Aprilynne Pike
on sale date: April 29, 2014
By the author of the Wings series, Sleep No More will keep teens reading into the wee hours.
The Secrets of Lily Graves
by Sarah Strohmeyer
Balzer + Bray
On-sale Date: May 13, 2014
Teen thriller that will entice!
The Vanishing Season
by Jodi Lynn Anderson
On-Sale Date: 7/1/2014
Advance Reader's Edition
When girls start vanishing that fall, Maggie is drawn into the mystery. A thrilling read.
Alistair Grim's Odditorium
by Gregory Funaro
Uncorrected advance proof
Magical and wonderful, a child chimney sweep is off to save the world!
Feral Curse (book 2)
by Cynthia Leitich Smith
Creepy, mysterious, romantic.
Feiwel and Friends
S. A. Bodeen's latest book is about family, finding family, and facing fears.
Invaded (Alienated, book 2)
by Melissa Landers
Romance, invasion and action.
by Andrew Smith
Sure to be controversial, Grasshopper Jungle is intelligent and masterful.