Saturday, August 27, 2011

In My Mailbox

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi, The Story Siren. It's our opportunity to get a peek into what books everyone is receiving for review, borrowing from libraries, buying in bookshops and download onto eReaders.

The last time I posted an IMM was in bear with me!

(I apologize in advance for all the links to Amazon...I don't have a lot of time today!)


Treasures from the Attic: The Extraordinary Story of Anne Frank's Family

TREASURES FROM THE ATTIC: THE EXTRAORDINARY STORY OF ANNE FRANK'S FAMILY by Mirjam Pressler (Doubleday; April 2011; Hardcover; 416 pages)

Fifth Avenue, 5 A.M.: Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany's, and the Dawn of the Modern Woman (P.S.)In a Treacherous CourtRunning the RiftSweet Money: An Inspector Lascano Mystery

FIFTH AVENUE, 5 A.M. by Sam Wasson (Harper Perennial; August 30, 2011; paperback; 298 pages)

SWEET MONEY by Ernesto Mall (Bitter Lemon Press; October 2011; Paperback; 267 pages)

IN A TREACHEROUS COURT by Michelle Diener (Gallery Books; August 2011; Paperback; 301 pgs)

RUNNING THE RIFT by Naomi Benaron (Algonquin Books: January 2012; Hardcover; 384 pages)

Young Adult:


UNDERDOGS by Markus Zusak (Arthur A. Levine Books/Scholastic; September 2011; Ages 12 and up; hardcover; 512 pages)

The RevenantThe Red Blazer Girls: The Mistaken MasterpiecePaper Covers Rock

THE RED BLAZER GIRLS #3: THE MISTAKEN MASTERPIECE by Michael D. Beil (Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers; June 14, 2011; Ages 10 and up; hardcover; 320 pages)

THE REVENANT by Sonia Gensler (Alfred A. Knopf; May 10, 2011; Ages 10 and up; hardcover; 336 pages)

PAPER COVERS ROCK by Jenny Hubbard (Delacorte; June 14, 2011; Ages 14 and up; Hardcover; 192 pages)

Middle Grade:

The Magnificent 12: The CallThe Magnificent 12: The TrapThe Dragon's Tooth: Ashtown Burials #1

THE MAGNIFICENT 12: THE CALL and THE MAGNIFICENT 12: THE TRAP by Michael Grant (Katherine Tegen; August 2011; ages 8 and up)

ASHTOWN BURIALS #1: THE DRAGON'S TOOTH by N.D. Wilson (Random House; August 23, 2011; Ages 9-12; Hardcover; 496 pages)

LexieDragon Keepers #4: The Dragon in the VolcanoCapital Mysteries #13: Trapped on the D.C. Train! (A Stepping Stone Book(TM))R My Name Is Rachel

LEXIE by Audrey Coloumbis; Illustrated by Julia Denos (Random House; May 24, 2011; Ages 8-12; Hardcover; 208 pages)

DRAGON KEEPERS #4: THE DRAGON IN THE VOLCANO By Kate Klimo; Illustrated by John Shroades (Random House; May 24, 2011; Ages 8-12; Hardcover; 240 pgs)

CAPITOL MYSTERIES #13:  TRAPPED ON THE DC TRAIN! by Ron Roy; Illustrated by Timothy Bush (Random House; May 24, 2011; Ages 6-9; Paperback; 96 pages)

R MY NAME IS RACHEL by Patricia Reilly Giff (Wendy Lamb; August 9, 2011; Ages 9-12; Hardcover; 176 pages)

When Life Gives You O.J.Mistress of the StormYou'll Like It Here (Everybody Does)The Chamber of Five

WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU O.J. by Erica S. Perl (Knopf; June 14, 2011; Ages 8-12; 208 pages)

MISTRESS OF THE STORM by M.L. Walsh (David Fickling Books; July 14, 2011; Ages 8-12; 320 pages)

YOU'LL LIKE IT HERE (EVERYBODY DOES) by Ruth White (Delacorte Press; June 14, 2011; Ages 9-12; Hardcover; 272 pages)

CHAMBER OF FIVE Fby Michael Harmon (Alfred A. Knopf; June 14, 2011; Ages 9 and up; Hardcover; 208 pages)

The King of Show-And-Tell (Ready, Freddy! #2)Star Time (Zigzag Kids)

STAR TIME (ZIG ZAG KIDS #4) by Patricia Reilly Giff (Wendy Lamb; August 9, 2011; Ages 6 and up; 80 pages)

READY, FREDDY! THE KING OF SHOW AND TELL by Abby Klein (Blue Sky Press; Ages 4 and up; 96 pages)



ZOOZICAL by Judy Sierra, Illustrated by Marc Brown (Knopf; August 9, 2011; Ages 4 and up; Hardcover; 40 pages)


Zibilee said...

Ooh, In a Treacherous Court looks fantastic, as do a lot of the others! I hope that you enjoy them all!

Melissa said...

I've been wanting to read TREASURES FROM THE ATTIC for awhile (had to return it to the library before I had a chance to read it), so I'll be interested to hear what you think of it. Enjoy all your books!

bermudaonion said...

Wow, you had a great week! I see a couple of books that look good to me - Underdogs and Fifth Avenue, 5 A.M. in particular. I hope you enjoy them all.

Christina T said...

I want to read In a Treacherous Court because I love historical fiction. I thought The Book Thief was fantastic so I am hopeful that Markus Zusak's new book will be great too.

twimom101 said...

I have The Revenant, but haven't had a chance to read it yet. Great books!

Casey (The Bookish Type) said...

I've heard The Revenant is really good! I hope you enjoy it -- can't wait to see what you think!

Book Sake said...

Soooo many books and I haven't heard of any of them. Revenant sounds a little familiar, but I don't recognize the cover. Enjoy them all!!

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Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

AHHHHH!!! Look at the books! *drool* Paper Covers Rock looks interesting.

TheBookGirl said...

I checked out Sweet Money, as I had never heard of Bitter Lemon Press before -- the publisher sounds very interesting, as does the book!

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