A ghost story for the elementary-aged crowd, Graveyard Shakes is a much darker tale than one might assume from the cover and a much deeper story about what it means to be a sister, what it means to be a friend, and what it means to be yourself. (Thanks to Graphix for the review copy!)
In a bit of a departure from his previous novels Horrorstör and My Best Friend’s Exorcism, author Grady Hendrix delves into the true history of horror with Paperbacks from Hell. (Thanks to Quirk Books for the review copy!)
Friendship and fantasy take the forefront in The Adventurers Guild which kicks off one of the year’s best new middle grade series!
Project: Terra – Crash Course embraces the idea of girls pursuing careers in exciting (if fictional) scientific fields and going on their own adventures. It’s an overall fun read that sets up what should be an entertaining new series. (Thanks to Penguin Workshop for the review copy!)
One lucky winner will receive a copy of Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow as well as a Nevermoor lapel pin and an in-universe Hotel Deucalion branded pen and notepad to go along with it all! (Courtesy of our Partners at Little, Brown Books for Young Readers)
Even non-geeky parents aren’t going to say no to books as presents! We’ve got something for every young reader within this gift guide.
James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) hopes to educate parents on how to prepare their kids for the zombie apocalypse in Only Dead on the Inside!
The Salt Line envisions a unique, very well developed world dealing with the aftermath of a serious biological disaster.
Witches and magic come to the Wild West in J. Danielle Dorn’s revenge-driven, genre-bending debut novel, Devil’s Call.