Publication Day

Publication Day: The Year of Starting Over

Happy Publication Day to The Year of Starting Over by Karen King! Its call number can officially be found in library catalogs everywhere, meaning you can grab your own copy starting today.

My Review | Author’s Website | Goodreads

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Publication Day: Straw Into Gold

Happy Publication Day to Straw Into Gold by Hilary McKay and illustrated by Sarah Gibb! Its call number can officially be found in library catalogs everywhere, meaning you can grab your own copy starting today.

My Review | Author’s Website | Illustrator’s Website | Goodreads

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Paperback Throwback

Goblins in the Castle

Welcome to Paperback Throwback. Each week, I highlight a book from my ever-growing collection of older paperbacks, ‘90s and prior. Come check out everything from Zebra’s line of horror to Scholastic’s preteen Apple Paperbacks, and everything in between— you’ll know them by their stylishly cheesy covers, flashy plots, and cheap prices.

Join me on this stroll down Literary Memory Lane. Stops include Sweet Valley High, Fear Street, and anywhere else mass market paperbacks may be lurking.

Today’s selection is all about goblins.

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Dear Rosie Hughes by Melanie Hudson


Aggie’s friendship with Rosie Hughes was shattered fifteen years ago. However, after hearing that Rosie is stationed in Kuwait as a weather forecaster on the the eve of the Iraq War, Aggie buries the past and writes to her. What follows is their series of correspondences and the comforting words they provide as they navigate their different, unpredictable worlds.

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The Perfect Predator by Steffanie Strathdee & Thomas Patterson


When her husband Tom Patterson developed a stomach bug while in Egypt, epidemiologist Steffanie Strathdee wasn’t concerned. The pair had traveled the world and suffered far worse than vomiting. However, when Tom’s condition deteriorates further, he’s medavacked back to the United States. Soon, doctors pinpoint his sudden decline to an antibiotic-resistant bacteria— a superbug. As treatment options begin running low, Steffanie begins her own search for a next-to-impossible cure to save her husband.

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