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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!

October 2013

October's roundup of New in Paperback includes THE VENGEKEEP PROPHECIES by Brian Farrey, in which Jaxter Grimjinx is supposed to be a born thief but is a disgrace to the family name --- but then a suspiciously convenient prophecy emerges naming the Grimjinx clan as the soon-to-be heroes of Vengekeep; Peter Lerangis' THE COLOSSUS RISES: Seven Wonders, Book One, in which J

September 2013

September's roundup of New in Paperback includes THE BULLY BOOK by Eric Kahn Gale, in which Eric Haskins, the target of bullies, is looking for answers, and he finds them; Natasha Lowe's THE POWER OF POPPY PENDLE, where Poppy Pendle inherited her Great Aunt Mabel's witch genes, but she doesn't want to be a witch, she wants to be a baker; and

August 2013

August's roundup of New in Paperback includes LIAR & SPY by Rebecca Stead, in which seventh grader Georges moves into a Brooklyn apartment building, meets Safer, a 12-year-old self-appointed spy, and becomes Safer's first spy recruit; Emily Rodda's THE GOLDEN DOOR, where Rye is too young to become a Volunteer to fight the ferocious flying creatures that raid the walled city of

July 2013

July's roundup of New in Paperback titles includes THE LAST DRAGONSLAYER by Jasper Fforde, which follows 15 year-old Jennifer Strange who works at an employment agency for magicians, but it's hard to stay in business when magic is drying up; Rick Riordan's THE SEA OF MONSTERS: Percy Jackson & the Olympians, Book Two, in whic

June 2013

June's roundup of New in Paperback includes RACING THE MOON by Alan Armstrong, which follows 11 year-old Alex Heart and her impulsive brother, Chuck, as they build a rocket and befriend Captain Ebbs, an army scientist who is working to create food for future space travelers in 1947; Michael D.

May 2013

May's roundup of New in Paperback includes Gary Paulsen's CRUSH: The Theory, Practice, and Destructive Properties of Love in which 14-year-old Kevin Spencer has a huge crush on Tina Zabinski, but every time he’s around her, he makes a fool of himself; John Claude Bemis' THE PRINCE WHO FELL FROM THE SKY, which follows Casseomae, who never has had the chance to be the mother bear she'd

May 2013

May's roundup of New in Paperback includes Cornelia Funke's GHOST NIGHT in which 11-year old Jon Whitcroft and his quirky new friend, Ella, must work together to uncover the secrets of a centuries-old murder; Gary Paulsen's CRUSH: The Theory, Practice, and Destructive Properties of Love, where, to Kevin, Tina is “the most beautiful girl in the world,” and he’s working up the courage to ask her ou

April 2013

April's roundup of New in Paperback includes Kate Messner's CAPTURE THE FLAG in which Anna, José and Henry are snowed in a chaotic  Washington, D.C.

March 2013

March's roundup of New in Paperback includes Frank Cottrell Boyce's CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG FLIES AGAIN in which the Tooting don't know what they've gotten themselves into when they find an old engine who wants it's bodywork back; Carl Hiaasen's CHOMP, which is another hit mystery that dives into the world of reality television; and Read more »

March 2013

March's roundup of New in Paperback includes Frank Cottrell Boyce's CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG FLIES AGAIN in which the Tooting don't know what they've gotten themselves into when they find an old engine who wants it's bodywork back; Carl Hiaasen's CHOMP, which is another hit mystery that dives into the world of reality television; and Read more »