Shelf Awareness for Readers for Friday, July 26, 2019

Crown Books for Young Readers: Clean Getaway by Nic Stone

G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers: In a Jar by Deborah Marcero

Book Review


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Dear Reader,

We’re stepping out of the center of London and heading for Highgate and Highgate Cemetery with Blood Night. Because once upon a time—in the not-too-distant past—there were rumors that a vampire lurked the grounds. Now the Krewe, of course, are federal agents—and they can’t operate on foreign soil. But they also can’t turn down family and friends when a helping hand is needed.

Cheyenne and Andre Rousseau (from The Seekers) receive a call from Cheyenne’s cousin—murder is happening in Highgate, and they just might fall under suspicion themselves. Naturally, they’re on their way.

I’ve had a chance to visit Highgate. I love the differences between a graveyard (buried at the church) and a cemetery (a special land set aside). There’s nothing like visiting some of the incredible tombs at Westminster, and there’s nothing like Highgate. The history and art are rich, though like so many similar places, there were years when it fell into ruin. Now, of course, it is tended and cared for—and still beautifully wild and filled with stories of people and times gone by.

I had a great deal of fun taking Cheyenne and Andre out of the States—and across the pond. I certainly hope that you enjoy their travel!

Please write to to enter to win one of five copies.

Heather Graham

Boy Now From Kobo

Evil Eye Concepts, Inc.

Pub Date:
January 13, 2020


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Dear Reader,

Every child deserves a great education. But all kids are unique. Some students thrive in their local schools, while other children benefit from different environments. 

Parents today have more school choice options than ever before—from traditional public schools to charter, magnet, private, online, and homeschooling environments. But how can moms and dads best navigate these choices and find a school that is truly the right fit for their kids?

That's why I wrote The School Choice Roadmap: 7 Steps to Finding the Right School for Your Child. It's a jargon-free, practical guide, filled with helpful worksheets and exercises to help parents identify schools where your children can learn, succeed, and be happy.

I hope you'll check it out.

Andrew Campanella

PS: Authors say a lot of good things about their own books. And chances are, you hear a lot from authors. So, let me share what Kirkus and Foreword/Clarion said. Kirkus described the book as "a straightforward...useful companion for those on a school choice journey," and Foreword/Clarion Reviews called the book "a reassuring guide to parents" and a "fair-minded resource." The book also won a National Parenting Product Award and a Mom's Choice Award prior to publication. 

Buy Now From Your Local Indie Bookstore

Beaufort Books

Pub Date:
January 21, 2020


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