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Hot New Books Published November 29
Children's & Middle Grade Books
Big Bear, Small Mouse - Karma Wilson (Children's)A sweet introduction to opposites. Join Bear and Mouse as they spot all the opposites in their small glen.
Are Pirates Polite? - Corrine Demas & Artemis Roehrig (Children's)
Shows pirates' rowdy activities and teaches manners. If pirates can be polite, so can young readers too!
Thea Stilton and the Madagascar Madness - Thea Stilton (early Middle Grade)
The Thea Sisters are off to Madagascar for Adventure Camp. The five friends love exploring and learning about plants and animals that live there. Then they learn that they are not alone - the endangered animals are under threat. Can the mouselets help before it's too late?
Sugar and Spice (Whatever After Series) - Sarah Mlynowski (Middle Grade)
The magic mirror has dropped Abby and her brother Jonah into the story of Hansel and Gretel. The real Hansel and Gretel are on the run and Abby and Jonah have to take their place.
Girls in the Moon - Janet McNally
Everyone in Phoebe's life tells a different version of the truth. Her mother, her sister and her absent father. Phoebe is a budding poet in search of an identity of her own. She is determined to find out how she fits into her family and possibly how she can continue her own tale.
Fate of the Tearling - Erika Johansen
The thrilling conclusion to the New York Times bestselling series. Kelsea Glynn has transformed from gawky teenager into a powerful monarch. As a visionary and headstrong leader she has also changed her realm, she has restored justice but made enemies along the way. Kelsea is in the hands of her enemies and the head of her guard has declared that he will rescue her. What will happen to the fate of Kelsea, and Tearling itself?
Doctor Who: A History of Humankind - BBC
Over billions of years of time travel, the Doctor has met his fair share of important people, and he has strong opinions of them. The 12th Doctor has gotten hold of a history textbook and decides to improve it with his observations.
Update - Friday Dec 2nd is the release of Everyday Magic by Emily Albright. I received a copy a month ago and reviewed it here on the blog. You can read the full review of this cute book over on this page.
A thrilling novel of the deceptions we hide behind, the passions we surrender to, and the lengths we will go to for the truth. Beautiful, brilliant, and reckless Jocelyn has gone off the grid before, but this time seems different to her stepsister Charlotte. Jocelyn's closest friend has turned up dead, so Charlotte turns to PI Max to help find Jocelyn and get to the bottom of what is going on.
Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis - Anne Rice
The vampire Lestat battling a strange otherworldly form that has taken control of his undead body and soul. It is through this spirit that we learn the history of a great sea power of ancient times. A mysterious heaven on earth situated on a boundless continent.
The Cherished Quilt (An Amish Heirloom Novel) - Amy Clipston
Emily is eager to meet the new employee at her father's shop and to make him feel welcome in this new town. Christopher is wounded from memories at home and not looking to make friends. He is cold and tries to remain distant, but Emily's friendliness breaks through. She decides to make him a quilt as a token of friendship, but Christopher is called home by an emergency. When she sends him the finished quilt, will Christopher be able to follow his heart?
To Capture What We Cannot Keep - Beatrice Colin
Set against the construction of the Eiffel Tower, this novel centers around the relationship between a young Scottish widow and a French engineer, who despite class and wealth differences, fall in love.
The Whole Town's Talking - Fannie Flagg
Elmwood Springs, Missouri is a small town like any other. Odd things begin to happen and it has the whole town talking.
Talking As Fast As I Can - Lauren Graham
In this collection of personal essays, Lauren Graham reveals stories about love, life, and working as a woman in Hollywood. Including photos and excerpts from her diary, this book is like a cozy night in, catching up with your best friend, swapping stories and laughing.
The Art of Floral and Event Design - Akeshi Akinseye (Dec 1)
Over 250 pages of wedding, stylized shoots, and special events. Each chapter offers inspiration in color palates and styles.
Best Dressed: 50 Recipes, Endless Salad Inspiration - Dawn Yanagihara & Adam Reid
Great Ingredients plus a beautifully balanced dressing and a bit of crunchy texture make the best salads. This book has all the fixings for those looking for lunch or savory supper ideas.
I hope that you found a book on the list this week that you are looking forward to reading (or gifting). See you again next Tuesday with a brand new list of books that will be published next week.