Closing out a three day weekend with another brilliant new release Tuesday! We've got a new Will Wilder book, rebindings of Frog and Toad classics, a couple of new thrillers, epic fantasy (written by an anthropologist - this is a perfect fit!), and a few delightful picture books!
Sergeant Detective D.D. Warren is on the case, as is beloved victim-turned-avenger Flora Dane!
The eighth book in the Gray Man series is here!
“The greatest works of poetry, what makes each of us a poet, are the stories we tell about ourselves. We create them out of family and blood and friends and love and hate and what we’ve read and watched and witnessed. Longing and regret, illness, broken bones, broken hearts, achievements, money won and lost, palm readings and visions. We tell these stories until we believe them.”
In the same way that Game of Thrones imagines alternate versions of the western world, Gates of Stone takes on the east, with fantasy realms inspired by Russia, China, India, Japan, and Indonesia.
A story in which two kids discover they have more in common than they knew, that will appeal to fans of Stargirl.
In book three of the series, twelve-year-old Will Wilder is back to protect the town of Perilous Falls after he's given a talisman with a lock of Samson's hair. But a new dark demon will force family secrets to be revealed, friendships to be tested, and Will's strength to be pushed to the limit.
This sweet and charming friendship story addresses how to cherish old friendships while making new ones. With fun, imaginative play, Button and Bundle create a world they'll share no matter how far apart they are.
With over 85 family-friendly feasts that all work on a gas stove, barbecue or open fire, this book is an indispensable accessory to any camping trip.
A Frog and Toad treasury that contains all four of the beloved Frog and Toad I Can Read stories.
Camper is happy as a clam and Clam is a happy camper. When you live in The Happy Book, the world is full of daisies and sunshine and friendship cakes . . . until your best friend eats the whole cake and doesn't save you one bite. Moving from happiness to sadness and everything in between, Camper and Clam have a hard time finding their way back to happy. But maybe happy isn't the goal--being a good friend is about supporting each other and feeling all the feels together.
From the best-selling author of When God Made You and When God Made Light comes a beautifully affirming, deeply meaningful prayer from a parent to a loving God, asking for God's presence and comfort over the life of a child.