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“House of ash is a gorgeously written story of obsession and loss, loyalty and redemption. It has everything I love about gothic horror, and will haunt the readers long after the final page is turned.”  – Lisa Maxwell, author of … Continue reading

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CONGRATS to Merrill Wyatt, Jenny Bak at Jimmy Patterson, and the very lovable, no-nonsense, and wip-smart Ernestine. Details here at Children’s Bookshelf:

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Happy Release Day to WORDS ON BATHROOM WALLS by Julia Walton! “Echoing the premise and structure of Flowers for Algernon, this frank and inspiring novel shows how a teen’s life changes after he is given an experimental medication to treat symptoms … Continue reading

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Huge congrats to Hope Cook for her beautifully creepy dual perspective YA, HOUSE OF ASH, with Amulet Books/Abrams. Details here at Children’s Bookshelf:   What’s not to love? A cursed mirror, a gothic mansion, and a trapped but fierce girl fighting … Continue reading

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Huge congrats to Emma Berquist for her awesome new YA, DEVILS UNTO DUST, with Greenwillow/HarperCollins. Pitched as True Grit meets 28 Days Later, details here at Children’s Bookshelf: What’s not to love? Old West, virus strain, the rabid-dead, and a … Continue reading

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Hello everyone!  As you might know, this week we wrapped up the Bologna Book Fair!  So, we thought it would be handy to give a little insight as to what happens at these international book fairs, in advance of Gemma’s … Continue reading

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As we transition out of last month’s topic, Conferences, we’re bringing you another new feature that you can expect to see on the blog regularly – an interview with one of the TBA agents.  We’re starting with Heather Flaherty, who … Continue reading

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