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On offer are new additions to the Mariella Mystery Investigates series by Kate Pankhurst, including A Kitty Calamityin which Mariella must solve a catnapping epidemic; The Spaghetti Yetiin which Mariella sets out to discover whether there is really a spaghetti-loving yeti stalking the woods; and A Cupcake Conundrumin which Mariella attempts to tackle the case of who is trying to sabotage a baking contest.
Baker, in which former tooth-fairy-in-training Cory Feathering comes into her skills as a matchmaker. Boyds Mills Press. Offerings include M. On offer are Scrap City by D. Thornton in which a boy befriends a citizen of an underground city that is endangered; DC Super Heroes Origami by John Montroll, illus. Peterson, illus. Turner, illus. Holt, the story of Timothy, who is on probation and must keep a journal for an entire year, and stay out of trouble. Johnston, a retelling of The Arabian Nights ; and Passenger by Alexandra Bracken, which launches a centuries-crossing romantic series.
On offer are Clockwork Lives by Kevin J. Kimmel, illus. Puffball: Stunt Cat to the Stars by Constance Lombardo, the first book in an illustrated middle-grade series featuring a cat named Mr. Kane Miller. Smith, which explores the difficult choices that arise when life and love lead in different directions; The Tapper Twins Tear Up New Yorkthe second book in the series; The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin, a debut in which Suzy, dealing with the death of her best friend, retreats into a silent world of imagination; City of Last try lonely dad on Hilo1 by Carrie Ryan and John Parke Davis, the follow-up to The Map to Everywhere ; The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich, a debut psychological horror novel in which a character pieces together the truth of the aftermath of a high school fire 20 years earlier; I Crawl Through It by A.
Look for Serpentine by Cindy Pon, illus. Alexander London, launching a new series in which newly orphaned raccoon Kit finds himself in the feuding Ankle Snap Alley, where he follows the clues his parents left behind to uncover the secret that they died for; The Last Kids on Earth by Max Brallier, illus. Dream Things True by Marie Marquardt is a YA novel that explores of the complications of immigration, young love, and defying one's family.
Holm, illus. Stine, illus. Galleys to be given out include The Blackthorn Key by Kevin Sands, a middle-grade action-adventure debut with mysterious conspiracies, secret Last try lonely dad on Hilo1 and codes; T he Scorpion Rules by Erin Bow, set in the future, in which the children of world leaders are held hostage and murdered to keep the peace; Zeroes by Scott Westerfeld, Margo Lanagan, and Deborah Biancotti, the launch of a new trilogy about a group of teens with superhero-like abilities; and The Nest by Kenneth Oppel, illus.
On offer are A Blind Guide to Stinkville by Beth Vrabel, the story of Alice, who never felt hindered by her albinism until moving to Stinkville; Pack of Dorks by Beth Vrabel, in which Lucy is propelled into dorkdom and must decide whether to claw her way back to the popular table or sit among the solo eaters; and The Jungle Temple Oracle: The Mystery of Herobrinethe second Gameknight adventure, set in the Minecraft universe.
Sleeping Bear Press. Bell, the eighth book in the series, Stella auditions for her favorite television show, but the role goes to her little sister. The booth will feature Zack Delacruz: Me and My Big Mouth by Jeff Anderson, launching a series that follows Zack Delacruz, who lives happily unnoticed at his middle school until an uncharacteristic moment of bravery lands him in charge of an impossible class fund-raiser. On offer is UnSlut: A Diary and a Memoir by Emily Lindin, which sheds light on sexual bullying, slut-shaming, and the murky mores of adolescent sexual development.
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