The Phantom Twin is a clever, heart-breaking story that will run your emotions ragged from beginning to end. Lisa Brown does a fantastic job of pulling it all together with her gorgeous artwork and wonderful story telling.
While I may have put “so far” in the title, there’s a good chance that we’ll be able to confidently say by the end of the year that Emily Skrutskie’s Bonds of Brass was our all-time favorite sci-fi novel of the year.
I never would have thought that a series about hockey, baking, and romance would be one of the best reads of my 2020 quarantine and yet I couldn’t get enough of Ngozi Ukazu’s Check, Please!
Meet Explorer Vincent van der Merwe as We Celebrate the Recent Release of ‘Explorer Academy: The Star Dunes’ [Giveaway]
Meet the real National Geographic explorers who helped inspire the science in the newest book in the Explorer Academy series, The Star Dunes!
“Seeing photos of kids with the books and having them at the table as they play has been so inspiring to me and the rest of the team. On some level we knew these books would bring in new players, but seeing it happening and hearing so much positive feedback has been an absolute thrill. I hope it never stops.” – Jim Zub
Parents who grew up watching Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood will enjoy this child-friendly reminder of their own childhoods. They may be inspired to share the original series with their kids or at the very least their own memories.
‘My Magical Dragon’ follows the adventures of a castle dragon whose main job is to protect the magical kingdom we’ve already begun to explore in the other two books.
Real Pigeons Fight Crime is tons of fun and it’s exactly what you’d expect. It’s real pigeons fighting crime. Bird crime. And also real crime.
Audible’s new audiobook version of The Martian is definitely worth checking out whether you’ve read the book before or are looking to experience it for the first time!
Title: LUCKY CALLERAuthor: Emma MillsPub. Date: January 14, 2020Publisher: Henry Holt & CompanyFormats: Hardcover, eBookPages: 336Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, Kindle, B&N, iBooks, Kobo, TBD Young adult romance is not a genre that I tend frequent and Lucky Caller is admittedly my first Emma Mills book. However, it will not be my last. There are some books and […]