This week, we are so excited to celebrate the FOUR Sourcebooks authors with books on national bestseller lists. And just in time for the holidays!
Bill Cotter’s Don’t Push the Button! makes its debut as a USA Today bestseller. Larry, the main monster, has only one rule – do NOT push the button! But his curiosity gets the best of him and he asks you to help him make things right again. Don’t Push the Button! makes a perfect gift for all kids, as they interact with this silly, clever monster.
With one New York Times bestseller earlier this year (How to Catch A Leprechaun) Adam Wallace earned another spot on the New York Times bestseller list, as well as the USA Today bestseller list with How to Catch an Elf, illustrated by Andy Elkerton. Join along as Santa’s elf dashes through tricky traps and slippery situations to deliver all of the Christmas presents. The bright illustrations and fun rhyming story will draw you in and make you, and your favorite little helper(s), laugh.
Marieke Nijkamp’s This is Where It Ends got all the way to #1 on the New York Times bestseller list earlier this year and this week marks its 30th appearance on the list! Marieke’s novel navigates the emotions of four high school students while their school is under control of “the boy with the gun”—experiencing the fear, anticipation, and intensity of the situation. While the story is heartbreaking, readers agree it’s great for anyone looking to get lost in a book.
Natasha Preston’s The Cabin is enjoying its 13th week on the New York Times bestsellers list. Natasha started her writing career on Wattpad, and The Cabin is her third novel with Sourcebooks. Her first, The Cellar, has also spent several weeks on the New York Times bestseller list this year and reached #1 on the New York Times Young Adult E-Book bestseller list at the beginning of December. The Cabin continues to pull in readers who love a good mystery. This book is great for anyone seeking a perfect stay-up-all-night kind of book.
A HUGE congratulations to Bill, Adam and Andy, Marieke, and Natasha. It’s been an incredible year and we can’t wait to see what next year brings!