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Exclusive Cover Reveal: Katie Stout’s
Hello, I Love You
Katie Stout’s Hello, I Love You is the story of Grace Wilde, a girl looking for refuge from her rich and troubled family, who are titans in the...
Exclusive Cover Reveal:
, by Stephanie Kuehn
This is such an exciting book for me to help reveal, because I’m a huge fan of Kuehn’s first two books—the Morris Award–winning...
Exclusive Cover Reveal: Rebecca Phillips’s
When a good-girl senior with a perfect image starts a clandestine affair with the school burnout, will she be able to hide their relationship, or will it...
Exclusive Cover Reveal: Melissa Walker’s
Dust to Dust
The sequel to 2013’s Ashes to Ashes is coming next year, and its cover is just as mysterious and stirring as the first. Of course, as the author of...
Exclusive Cover Reveal: Joy Preble’s
Joy Preble’s previous young adult novels include a fantasy series (Dreaming Anastasia) and a guardian angel duet (The Sweet Dead Life and The...
Gets a “Psychedelic” Cover
Young adult author Kieran Scott (who also writes as the best-selling Kate Brian) has a new trilogy coming in Spring 2014, and we have an exclusive cover...
Eight Great Books You Can Judge By Their Covers
Never judge a book by its cover…unless it’s a really, really good cover. In which case, definitely pick it up. Maybe take it home with you, after...
A Seditious Snow White
Gina Barreca, professor of English and feminist theory at the University of Connecticut, is known for quotes like, “It’s not a glass ceiling,...
Can a Cover Be TOO Pretty?
Bennett Madison‘s new book, September Girls, received starred reviews from Publisher’s Weekly, Kirkus, and Booklist, which called it “a...
A Missing Face Makes the Cover
Nancy Rubin Stuart specializes in women’s and social history, and she often highlights unsung heroines of history. Her latest book, Defiant...
A Dark, Funny Novel Gets a Pigeon Cover
Evan Roskos‘s debut young adult novel features a boy who quotes Walt Whitman and talks to an imaginary pigeon therapist. Its working title was YAWP!,...
Can a Baby Sell a Book?
Christine Gross-Loh, PhD, had her first child in the US in 2000 and raised him here for five years. Then her family moved to Japan. Everything she knew...