Happy Friday, friends! “My life was without meaning before The Unity Project . . . But then Lev Warren Saw me.” THE PROJECT by Courtney Summers9781250105738Available February 2, 2021 from Wednesday BooksAges 13 – 18E-galley available on Edelweiss and NetGalley Years ago, Lo Denham was in a car accident that killed her parents and left […]
Are you gearing up for PLA in Nashville next month? You won’t want to miss this fantastic event, and your chance to meet Casey McQuiston, author of RED, WHITE & ROYAL BLUE! Join School Library Journal and SLJ / LJ reviews and production director, Kiera Parrott, for cocktails, light refreshments, and great conversation wtih notable […]
Booklist and School Library Journal have deemed these adult books to be great for teens . . . and we agree! SHE WAS THE QUIET ONE by Michele CampbellAlso available in audioWhen twin sisters Rose and Bel Enright enroll in The Odell School, a prestigious New Hampshire boarding school, it seems like the opportunity of a […]
School Library Journal just announced their Best Books of 2018 and two of our favorites made the cut! MIRAGE by Somaiya Daud “Readers are thrown right into this incredibly built world with fully developed cultures and characters. Daud expertly uses a sci-fi setting to explore issues within our own society, particularly the effects of colonization on […]
We’re thrilled that Roshani Chokshi’s newest YA fantasy, THE GILDED WOLVES, has received four starred reviews! “A thrilling, gritty new fantasy set in an alternate nineteenth-century Paris, where old secrets and even older magic reside . . . Chokshi shines as a master storyteller in her newest novel; the setting, world building, plot, and conflict […]
School Library Journal recently announced their best books of 2015 in several categories and four Macmillan titles made the cut! Young Adult CARRY ON by Rainbow Rowell Adult Books 4 Teens MAKE YOUR HOME AMONG STRANGERS by Jennine Capó Crucet PURITY by Jonathan Franzen THE NIGHTINGALE by Kristin Hannah Click here to see the full […]
Did you get a chance to see me on the School Library Journal Day of Dialog panel? If so, thanks for attending! It was an honor, and pretty thrilling (if a bit nerve wracking)!
If you found the presentation useful, you might like to view my presentations slides, which contain the details of the titles I discussed.
Once again, thanks for attending!