Thursday, September 11, 2014

September is here with loads of new books!

Happy Friday everyone!  You're going to love the books we have available this month!

I know I talked up the great older titles in my email but it really is a solid list of young adult.

 John Flannagan has his latest Brotherband book out, Slaves of Socorro.  It looks just as exciting as the first two in the series.  And if you liked Loki's Wolves by K.L. Armstrong then you're going to LOVE Odin's Ravens.  The young descendents of Thor and Loki are at it again, trying to save the world and cope with God-like powers.

Torn Away by Jennifer Brown is sad, I'm not going to lie to you, Jersey Cameron loses her entire family when a tornado destroys her hometown. However, it's a book about love and family and forgiveness and I highly recommend it.

And if you're in the mood for a modern spin on Romeo and Juliet, take a look at Una LaMarche's Like No Other.  It's the story of Devorah, a young Hasidic girl and Jax, a Caribbean boy from Brooklyn who fall in love and struggle with family, culture and strict rules in order to be together.

And while there aren't a ton of graphic novels this month, the few here are great.  A little bit of history, a little bit of mystery and dragons!

Click on the link to see all of the book covers and reviews of everything.

Young Adult

A Creature of Moonlight

Absolutely Almost

All Four Stars

The Hero's Guide to Being an Outlaw

City of Heavenly Fire






Kate Walden Directs: Night of the Zombie Chickens

Odin's Ravens

Of Sorcery and Snow


Brotherband: Slaves of Socorro

The Story of Owen

The Castle Behind Thorns

Heartbreak Messenger

The Meaning of Maggie

Torn Away

The Witch's Boy


Half a King

Like No Other

One Death Nine Stories

Salt & Storm

The Circle

The Martian


A New Darkness

I Become Shadow

Graduation Day

Iron Daughter

Iron King

Iron Queen

Mystic City

When Zachary Beaver Came to Town

Graphic Novels


Dragon Girl

The Graveyard Book


Born Reading

Confucius Says

The Dao Speaks


Learn to Program with Scratch

The White House is Burning

Young Money

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