Welcome to today's edition of In My Mailbox!
This is my opportunity to share with you what books are sent to me for review, what my kids and I pick up from the library, and which books I MUST buy from my local Indie Bookshop (to find your local indie follow THIS LINK). I love to peek inside other readers' mailboxes as well. Call me a book voyeur.
AN UNMARKED GRAVE by Charles Todd (William Morrow; June 5, 2012; 272 pgs)
PORCH LIGHTS by Dorothea Benton Frank (William Morrow; June 12, 2012; 336 pgs)
SERPENT'S KISS by Melissa de la Cruz (Hyperion; June 12, 2012; 336 pgs)
This is a sequel to Witches of East End, which I really enjoyed, so I'm looking forward to reading this one!
ASHEN WINTER by Mike Mullin (Tanglewood; October 16, 2012; 594 pgs; Ages 14+)
I absolutely loved the first book in this trilogy, ASHFALL. If you're a fan of dystopian YA, it will knock your socks off. Trust me.
THE FALSE PRINCE by Jennifer A. Neilsen (Scholastic Press; April 1, 2012; 352 pgs; Ages 13+)
GOLD MEDAL SUMMER by Donna Freitas (Arthur A. Levine/Scholastic; June 1, 2012; 240 pgs; Ages 10+)
THE BOY ON CINNAMON STREET by Phoebe Stone (Arthur A. Levine/Scholastic; February 1, 2012; 240 pgs; Ages 8+)
PIE by Sarah Weeks (Scholastic Press; October 2011; 192 pgs; Ages 8+)
WHATEVER AFTER (#1) Fairest of All by Sarah Mlynowski (Scholastic Press; May 1, 2012; 176 pgs; Ages 8+)
GLORY BE by Augusta Scattergood (Scholastic Press; January 1, 2012; 208 pgs; Ages 8+)