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BEA “Buzz Authors” for Middle Grade Fiction

on June 7, 2015

One great thing about the Book Expo is that you can find out what the “hot” titles are that are forthcoming. This year I stumbled into this session late (couldn’t find it) and they were just finishing talking about the first title. A young man from Scholastic was giving a heartfelt entreaty for folks to read and love and support their upcoming release of GEORGE. Here are the books that were cited as the ones to watch (links are to Amazon where I am an Associate) – they all release in August or September:

George by Alex Gino – about a young boy who knows he’s really a girl and wants to play Charlotte in the school play of “Charlotte’s Web”.

Last in a Long Line of Rebels by Lisa Lewis Tyre – about a spunky young girl who seeks to save her Civil War era home.

The Doldrums by Nicholas Gannon – about a young boy who goes on an adventure to save his grandparents who are stranded on an iceberg.

The Entirely True Story of the Unbelievable FIB by Adam Shaughnessy – first in a series about two friends having adventures in the world of Viking gods they discover under their town.

The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin – about a young girl dealing with the death of her best friend.

When I came out of the session I found myself right in front of a table with EACH of these books on it as a free gift for us! I was able to get a copy of each and look forward to reading them.

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2 responses to “BEA “Buzz Authors” for Middle Grade Fiction

  1. abookdragon says:

    I’d love to read George and The Thing about Jellyfish

    Thank you for stopping by, we’ll have to see how long I can go. I once planned on a two-week break and only lasted a week LOL

    Gina, a book dragon
    because books are a treasure worth protecting

  2. Books look great I love BEA!

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