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New in Paperback

Whether it's a hardcover reprinted in paperback, or a new book that just released in paperback, we're rounding up fiction and nonfiction titles worthy of your attention in our New in Paperback feature. Feel free to dog-ear the pages and fold back the covers!

January 2017

Our New in Paperback roundup for January brings us some exciting updates to popular series. Up first, we have THE KEEPER, book two in David Baldacci's Vega Jane series, in which Vega Jane attempts to make her way across the Quag, a terrifying land of blood and magic. Then we have THE DRAGON'S RETURN, the second installment of Stan Lee and Stuart Moore's illustrated Zodiac Legacy series, in which Jasmine and Steven struggle as their alliances become strained. Lastly, we have UNDER THEIR SKIN by Margaret Peterson Haddix, the first book in a series about twins who are on a quest to discover the secrets being kept by their new family.

December 2016

Our New in Paperback roundup for December brings us some great new additions to popular series. First up, we have the second book in the Mark of the Thief series by Jennifer Nielson, RISE OF THE WOLF, where Nic must once again harness his magic and gather the strength to defeat his enemies. Then we have the fifth installment of the Pegasus series by Kate O'Hearn, RISE OF THE TITANS, where Emily and Pegasus must venture to Hawaii in order to save Olympus. Finally we have the second book in James Riely's Story Thieves series, THE STOLEN CHAPTERS, which follows Owen, Kiel and Bethany as they confront secrets, stolen memories and some very familiar faces.

November 2016

Our New in Paperback roundup for November takes us on a trip in the world, around the world and even into outer space! So get ready to blast off with our first title DINOSAUR BOY SAVES MARS, in which Sawyer, Elliot and Sylvie travel to Mars to find her missing father, but they find even bigger trouble. Then, brace yourself for impact as we come back down to Earth with Jon Chad's SCIENCE COMICS: Volcanoes: Fire and Life where we get to explore the inside of the Earth's crust. After you've dusted yourself off, pack your bags because a world of advanture awaits in TICKET TO INDIA, where sisters Maya and Zara travel from Delhi to their grandmother’s childhood home of Aminpur, a small town in Northern India, to find a chest full of family treasures.

October 2016

Our New in Paperback roundup this month includes BROWN GIRL DREAMING by Jacqueline Woodson, the author's bestselling collection of poems about growing up and finding her place; THE SEVENTH MOST IMPORTANT THING by Shelley Pearsall, where Arthur T. Owens is given a second chance in the form of 120 hours of community service; and Matthew Cody's THE SECRETS OF THE PIED PIPER 1: The Peddler's Road, the first book of a wild fantasy adventure in which Max and Carter are led on a mysterious quest on the Summer Isle by the Piper.

September 2016

Our New in Paperback roundup this month includes GONE CRAZY IN ALABAMA by Rita Williams-Garcia, which chronicles the summer of a lifetime with the Gaither sisters in the rural South; Read more »

August 2016

Our New in Paperback roundup this month includes A BLIND GUIDE TO STINKVILLE by Beth Vrabel, which explores many different issues --- albinism, blindness, depression, dyslexia, growing old, and more; THE LEAGUE OF UNEXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN by Gitty Danesharvi, where a covert network uses the nation's most average, normal and utterly unexceptional children as spies; and UPSIDE-DOWN

July 2016

Our New in Paperback roundup this month includes KNIGHTLEY AND SON, Rohan Gavin's fun new mystery series featuring a father and son duo; RIVER RUNS DEEP by Jennifer Bradbury, where an ill boy discovers runaways hiding in the secret tunnels within Mam

June 2016

Our New in Paperback roundup this month includes THE LAND OF STORIES: Beyond the Kingdoms by Chris Colfer, in which the Bailey twins and their friends travel beyond the kingdom to stop the Masked Man's scheme; MOONPENNY ISLAND by Tricia Springstubb, where a girl grows to see the truth about herself and her loved ones as she learns about fossils; and SERAFINA AND THE BLACK CLOAK by Robert Beatty, in which a 12-year-old girl races to uncover the Man in the Black Cloak's identity before he kidnaps all the children.

May 2016

In paperback titles this month we have THE BLACKTHORN KEY, Kevin Sands' adventurous story about an apothecary's apprentice on a journey to save the world; Poly Holyoke's THE NEPTUNE CHALLENGE, the hit sequel to THE NEPTUNE PROJECT in which Nere and her friends must infiltrate a high-tech undersea fortress; and THE WAR THAT SAVED MY LIFE by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley, an award-winning novel of love and survival during World War II.

April 2016

In paperback titles this month, we have THE BOOK THAT PROVES TIME TRAVEL HAPPENS, a time-bending adventure from Henry Clark in which three diverse children find themselves in the year 1852 after visiting a mysterious fortune-teller; DR. CRITCHLORE'S SCHOOL OF MINIONS: Book 1, the first book in a contemporary fantasy series written by Sheila Grau, where kids can discover that being unorthodox isn't always such a bad thing; and PIECES AND PLAYERS by Blue Balliett, in which students of Mrs. Sharpee's class find themselves in the midst of a mysterious museum robbery. Can these students follow the suspicious clues to solve this puzzle?