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A Natural Curiosity

by Margaret Drabble

The ever-opinionated Alix Bowen and charming Liz Headleand have been friends since Cambridge; now middle-aged, their lives have settled into a steady rhythm that is suddenly shaken when both women seek to reclaim...


Italian Folktales

by Italo Calvino

Chosen as one of the New York Times’s ten best books in the year of its original publication, this collection immediately won a cherished place among lovers of the tale and vaulted Calvino into the ranks of...


Between Darkness and Light

by Lisanne Norman

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


The Pure Gold Baby

by Margaret Drabble

The first new novel in five years from "one of the most versatile and accomplished writers of her generation" (Joyce Carol Oates, The New Yorker)


Entangled

by Amy Rose Capetta

In this intriguing YA sci-fi novel, Cade discovers that the only thing harder than being all alone in the universe is being Entangled.


Dead Is Just a Dream

by Marlene Perez

In the eighth installment of the popular Dead Is series, paranormal warrior Jessica must find out who or what is causing Nightshade residents to die in their sleep with horrified looks on their faces. Can she...


Pull Down the Night

by Nathan Kotecki

In this much-anticipated sequel to The Suburban Strange brothers, Bruno and Sylvio transfer to Suburban High and find themselves entangled in its otherworldly mysteries and the uber chic clique known as the...


Dove in the Window

Benni Harper Mysteries #5

by Earlene Fowler

Benni and her relatives and friends are gathered for the family's annual barbecue and cattle roundup. Among the guests is Shelby Johnson, a young photography student from a wealthy Chicago family. In Benni she...


The Mysterious Woods of Whistle Root

by Christopher Pennell & Rebecca Bond

A book much like the mysterious, inviting woods it describes. Step in to find friendship, magic, and surprises.


The Outside

by Laura Bickle

In the chilling sequel to The Hallowed Ones, Katie has been kicked out of the safety of her Amish community and must face the dangerous vampire-infested outside world.


Swagger

by Carl Deuker

High school senior point guard Jonas Dolan is on the fast track to a basketball career until an unthinkable choice puts his future on the line.


The Sultan's Tigers

by Josh Lacey

Sequel to Island of Thieves, this new, action-packed middle grade adventure novel set in India is the perfect trip for reluctant readers.


The Big Crowd

by Kevin Baker

A dramatic novel of two Irish brothers—one a fallen political star accused of corruption and the other a young DA desperately trying to clear his name—set against the sweeping backdrop of midcentury New...


Rogue

by Gina Damico

In the final installment of this morbidly funny trilogy about a teenage Grim Reaper that began with Croak, Lex and her friends learn that the Afterlife needs a reboot . . . and that will require one of the...


How to Catch a Bogle

by Catherine Jinks & Sarah Watts

Are bogles eating the missing children of Old London? Ghostbusters meets Dickens in this charming-yet-creepy middle-grade adventure, first in a trilogy.


Palace of Spies

by Sarah Zettel

Peggy Fitzroy is clever enough to fake her way into King George's court in London, but is she clever enough to survive in his Palace of Spies?


Without a Claim

by Grace Schulman

Grace Schulman, already known as "an elegiac, highly original religious lyricist" (Harold Bloom), elegantly weaves between generations and continents in her new collection.


Turn Left at the Cow

by Lisa Bullard

Thirteen-year-old Trav feels like a fish out of water in rural Minnesota in this funny mystery about a boy who discovers his dad may have been a bank robber.


The Ghost in the Glass House

by Carey Wallace

A YA novel set in a seaside New England town in the 1920s, where twelve-year-old Clare discovers a mysterious glass house and falls in love with Jack, the ghost of a boy who can’t remember how he died.


Asunder

by Chloe Aridjis

From a writer praised for her "fresh, original voice" (New York Times Book Review) and "hypnotic" prose (Junot Díaz) comes a captivating novel about two museum guards in London for whom life and art begin to...