We’re gearing up to launch our Winter 13 season! It should be an exciting time — it won’t be broilingly hot (huzzah!) and we’ve got some great new graphic novels that we’re publishing. Links below will have actual publication information (prices and publication dates and trim sizes, everyone’s favorite) and also excerpts, so you should check them out!
Curses! Foiled Again, by Jane Yolen and Mike Cavallaro
You may remember Jane and Mike’s previous book, Foiled, which was filled with a lot of sparkly fairy-tale magic and also a girl with a sword. Now we’ve got the sequel, Curses! Foiled Again. As you can see from the cover, Baba Yaga makes an appearance! I’m super-excited about that.
Feynman, by Jim Ottaviani and Leland Myrick
The #1 New York Times Best-Seller, now in paperback! This is actually the first book that we’ve ever published a non-simultaneous paperback edition, so I’m very intrigued about how this is going to work. But the hardcover of this was so lovely that the paperback is guaranteed to be amazing; you know you’re going to love it already, right?
Jerusalem, by Boaz Yakin and Nick Bertozzi
You may remember Boaz’ work from Marathon, and Nick’s from Lewis & Clark. We’re so glad to have them working together on Jerusalem, an epic story of one family in Jerusalem during the nation-building years of 1940 – 1948.
Poseidon, by George O’Connor
With the advent of its latest volume, the Olympians series is now a New York Times Best-Selling series! This cover is our most neon Greek God-filled cover yet; it’s going to be epic.
Relish, by Lucy Knisley
Food! It’s super-adorable. This book is a wonderful autobiographical story of family and growing up, all interwoven with wonderful, delicious foods. Relish is guaranteed to be the most mouth-watering book you’ll read all year.
And that’s winter! I hope you all enjoy our upcoming season as much as we’ve enjoyed working with these great books.
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