Articles tagged "Melissa Daley"

A Christmas Round-Up in October. WHY THE HECK NOT? (10/19/18)

It may only be October 19, but we’re SO READY to curl up with a mug of hot chocolate and one of our many snuggle-worthy, Christmas-themed favorites.

CHRISTMAS AT THE CHALET
by Anita Hughes

“A refreshing setting and characters combine with Felicity’s offbeat occupation to create a sweet story of meaningful relationships.”–Library Journal

“The detailed setting and winter love story centered on the holidays make it an easy recommendation for romance and women’s fiction fans.”–Booklist

CHRISTMAS AT THE CAT CAFE
by Melissa Daley

“This is a heartwarming tale that’s sure to please, but it will be especially enjoyed by cat lovers who delight in reading about their furry friends.”–Booklist

THE CHRISTMAS WISHING TREE: An Eternity Springs Novel
by Emily March

Sometimes life’s most magical journeys bring you back to where it all began…From New York Times bestselling author Emily March comes THE CHRISTMAS WISHING TREE, an enchanting account of the magic and miracle of Christmas.

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Happy #BookBday (5/23/17 Edition)

Oh what a lovely day for a #BookBday!

A GOOD COUNTRY by Laleh Khadivi
Three starred reviews! An achingly timely novel about the radicalization of a Muslim teen in California—about where identity truly lies, and how we find it. “Brilliantly channeling the minds of angst-filled teenagers with barely formed worldviews who seesaw between brash self-confidence and deflating insecurities, Whiting and Pushcart Prize winner Khadivi has written an important, smart, timely novel that rivals such standouts as Karan Mahajan’s THE ASSOCIATION OF SMALL BOMBS or Mohsin Hamid’s THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST.” — Library Journal, starred review

ISADORA by Amelia Gray
One of Publishers Weekly’s Best Books of Summer 2017! “Historical novels about artists abound, but few attain the psychological intricacy, fluency of imagination, lacerating wit, or intoxicating beauty of Gray’s tale of Isadora Duncan, the courageous mother of modern dance. The spellbinding result is a mythic, fiercely insightful, mordantly funny, and profoundly revelatory portrait of an intrepid and indelible artist.” — Booklist, starred review

MOLLY AND THE CAT CAFE by Melissa Daley
When two-year-old tabby, Molly, loses her beloved owner, she decides to take matters into her own paws and embarks on a grueling journey to the nearest town to find a new home. “As comforting as a purring cat on a cold winter night, Daley’s feel-good feline escapade will warm pet lovers’ hearts. Watch for future Cat Café novels.” — Booklist readmoreremove

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