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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!

March 2016

In paperback titles this month, we have THE BLACK CROW CONSPIRACY, the third book in Christopher Edge's Penelope Tredwell Mysteries series in which Penelope finds herself on the hunt for stolen Crown Jewels; BILLY SURE, KID ENTREPRENEUR IS A SPY!, Luke Sharp's sixth book about everyone's favorite young CEO, set in spy school; and ON A BEAM OF LIGHT, a beautiful journey through the mind of Albert Einstein from Jennifer Berne with illustrations by Vladimir Radunsky.

February 2016

In paperback titles this month, we have TOM GATES: Excellent Excuses (and Other Good Stuff) by Liz Pichon, in which two weeks off of school doesn’t prevent Tom from getting into some hilarious mischief; PERCY JACKSON'S GREEK GODS by Rick Riordan and John Rocco, where readers can learn about the classic myths in Percy’s signature sarcastic tone; and HENRY DAVID THOREAU FOR KIDS: His Life and Ideas, with 21 Activities by Corinne Hosfeld Smith, where kids can discover the contributions of this great American thinker, writer and naturalist in an interactive way.

January 2016

In paperback titles this month, we have APOLLO: The Brilliant One, the latest installment in George O’Connor’s graphic novel series featuring the Greek gods, The Olympians, this time focusing on the god of the sun; HENRY FORD FOR KIDS: His Life and Ideas, with 21 Activities (For Kids series) by Ronald A.

December 2015

In paperback titles this month, we have SALT: A Story of Friendship in a Time of War by Helen Frost, where Anikwa, a member of the Miami tribe, and James, the son of traders, find their friendship at risk as the War of 1812 comes to fruition; BECAUSE OF WINN-DIXIE, Kate DiCamillo's first published novel about 10-year-old Opal and a lovable dog; and Read more »

November 2015

In paperback titles this month, we have INKBLOT by Rebecca Langston-George, which shares examples and prompts for four creative writing genres; THE ROOKIE BOOKIE by L. Jon Wertheim and Tobias J.

October 2015

In paperback titles this month we have GAY & LESBIAN HISTORY FOR KIDS: The Century-Long Struggle for LGBT Rights, with 21 Activities by Jerome Pohlen, the latest title in the For Kids series; SHADOW SQUADRON: Rogue Agent by Carl Bowen and Benny Fuentes with illustrations by Wilson Tortosa, the most recent title featuring the elite team o

September 2015

In this month's round up we have SECRET CODERS by graphic novel superstars Gene Luen Yang and Mike Holmes, where the students at Stately Academy are faced with a mystery they can’t wait to decode; WEST OF THE MOON by Margi Preus, a tale following two sisters as they escape their home in the Norwegian mountains for A

August 2015

This month's roundup includes NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHY by Nancy Honovich and Annie Griffiths, which helps kids of all ages take the perfect picture; DARTH PAPER STRIKES BACK by Tom Angleberger, the second book in the Origami Yoda series; and Read more »

July 2015

July’s paperback roundup includes HEROES OF HURRICANE KATRINA (Ten True Tales) by bestselling author Allan Zullo, which recounts the harrowing true tales of real-life people during the natural disaster; THE GREAT DEPRESSION FOR KIDS: Hardship and Hope in 1930s America, with 21 Activities by Cheryl Mullenbach, exploring

June 2015

June’s paperback roundup includes WOMEN WHO BROKE THE RULES: Judy Blume  by Kathleen Krull and illustrated by David Leonard, which describes the life and work of one of the most beloved children’s authors; THE LEAGUE OF SEVEN written by Alan Gratz and illustrated by Brett Helquist, the first book in an exciting steampunk series; and Read more »