New Books to Anticipate

Looking for something new to read? Trying to keep up with your favorite authors or series?  Here are a few upcoming titles that we’re excited to read…and maybe you will be too!

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The Lost Hero (Heroes of Olympus #1)
by Rick Riordan

Percy Jackson’s story may have concluded, but there’s more to come from Camp Half-Blood and the demigods who live there.
A new prophecy, a new group of kids, a new mission. Who do you think will be the star of this new series?
Coming October 12th

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The Ugly Truth (Diary of a Wimpy Kid #5)
by Jeff Kinney

Poor Greg Heffley. His life just keeps getting more and more complicated. One of the most anticipated books of this fall will follow Greg and Roderick as they manage to muddle through, and face the “ugly truth”.  (Which in this case seems to mean boy/girl parties, or at least that’s what the publisher says.)
Coming on November 9th

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The Five Fakirs of Faizabad (Children of the Lamp #6)
by P. B. Kerr

Half-human, half-djinn twins John and Philipa are off on another adventure following the trail of five fakirs who each guard a secret that can change the balance of the universe. As they travel from London to Morocco to Yellowstone National Park, can they use their knowledge of the djinn to save the world?
Coming November 1st

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Reckless
by Cornelia Funke

The author of Inkheart and The Thief Lord has a new book!  It’s a new adventure into a magical place where the dark side of fairy tales holds sway. Jacob Reckless, like his father before him, escapes into the Mirrorworld, and all is well until his younger brother, Will, follows him in and falls under the enchantment of the Dark Fairy.  Will Jacob manage to save his brother?
Coming September 14th

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The Ghost of Crutchfield Hall
by Mary Downing Hahn

Ever since Wait till Helen Comes came out, Mary Downing Hahn has been one of my favorite creepy writers.  In this new book,  Florence, newly arrived to live with her great-uncle at the mysterious Crutchfield Hall, must deal with the spiteful and threatening ghost of his older sister, who died when they were both children.
Coming September 6th.

Check out more coming attractions at our Coming Soon BookLetters Page!

::Kelly::

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