Paula Garner’s YA novel Relative Strangers starts out well and quickly becomes a page-turner. It’s not a romance and benefits from that.
Want to know how tectonics work? Try this experiment from Dr. E’s Super Stellar Solar System, by Dr. Bethany Ehlmann with Jennifer Swanson.
If you’re looking for a sweet new book that celebrates new fathers and the love of parents in general, Rosalinde Bonnet’s Daddy Honk Honk! is a good option.
Just in time for vacation planning, I’m giving three lucky winners five books each from the Cracking the Cover Grab Bag page.
Ruth Lauren wrote the middle-grade novel Prisoner of Ice and Snow because she wanted to have fun and write an adventure for girls about girls.
Kayla Cagan has been keeping a journal since fourth grade, but she never considered writing a novel as a journal until Piper Perish popped into her head.
The target audience for Melissa Sweet’s “Some Writer!” is middle grade, but anyone who grew up reading E.B. White’s books (or essays) will enjoy it.
“Calling All Cars” is bright with text that rolls right off your tongue. Sue Fliess packs a lot into her text and Sarah Beise’s illustrations are charming.
On November 4th, HarperCollins unveils Forbidden, a seductive YA debut from award-winning middle grade author Kimberley Griffiths Little. Forbidden transports…
As a child, Cal Armistead read all the time. She went through every single fairy tale book at the library…