We are happy to share trade reviews across all our imprints this week. Read below for all the details!
Kirkus Reviews reviewed Lots of Love Little One by Sandra Magsamen
Sandra Magsamen is a world-renowned artist, author, and designer whose products and ideas have touched millions of lives. Her books and stories are a heartfelt reminder that it’s the people and moments in our lives that make life so wonderful!
Visit her online at sandramagsamen.com.
Follow her on Twitter @Livingartfully.
School Library Journal reviewed Lorraine by Ketch Secor, illustrated by Higgins Bond:
School Library Journal reviewed The Complete Cookbook for Young Chefs by America's Test Kitchen Kids:
School Library Journal reviewed After the Fire by Will Hill:
Will Hill grew up in the northeast of England and worked in bartending, bookselling, and publishing before quitting to write full-time. His first novel, Department 19—the first in a series of five—was a bestseller in the UK and translated around the world. After the Fire was published to widespread acclaim and has been shortlisted for numerous awards. Will lives in east London. Learn more at willhillauthor.com.
Follow him on Twitter @WillHillAuthor.
School Library Journal reviewed Secrets and Scones by Laurel Remington:
In addition to her writing, Laurel Remington works as a lawyer for a renewable energy company. She was born in California, and now lives with her family in Milford, Surrey (UK). Learn more at laurelremington.com.
Booklist reviewed The Fallen Architect by Charles Belfoure:
Charles Belfoure is the nationally bestselling author of The Paris Architect. An architect by profession, he graduated from the Pratt Institute and Columbia University, and he taught at Pratt as well as Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. His area of specialty is historic preservation, and he has published several architectural histories, one of which won a Graham Foundation national grant for architectural research. He has been a freelance writer for The Baltimore Sun and The New York Times. He lives in Maryland. For more information, visit www.charlesbelfoure.com.
Booklist reviewed Misfits by Jen Calonita:
Jen Calonita is the author of the Secrets of My Hollywood Life series and other books like Sleepaway Girls and I’m with the Band. Fairy Tale Reform School and Royal Academy Rebels are her first two middle-grade series. She rules Long Island, New York, with her husband, Mike; princes, Tyler and Dylan; and their two Chihuahuas, Captain Jack Sparrow and Ben Kenobi. The only castle she’d ever want to live in is Cinderella’s at Walt Disney World. She’d love for you to visit her at jencalonitaonline.com and on Twitter @jencalonita.
Booklist reviewed Isabella: Artist Extraordinaire by Jennifer Fosberry, illustrated by Mike Litwin:
Jennifer Fosberry is a science geek turned children’s book writer. After running away to Costa Rica for a few years, she returned to the San Francisco Bay area with her husband and three children to read, write, and try to get out of doing housework.
Booklist reviewed The Similars by Rebecca Hanover:
Rebecca Hanover received a BA from Stanford University in English and drama and was awarded an Emmy for Best Writing in 2008 as a staff writer on the CBS daytime drama Guiding Light. She is a member of the Writers Guild of America and lives in San Francisco. Visit her at rebeccahanover.com.
Kirkus Reviews reviewed What You Hide by Natalie D. Richards:
After years as a professional paper-pusher, NATALIE D. RICHARDS decided to trade in reality for a life writing YA fiction. She lives in Ohio (Go Bucks!) with her husband, three children, and a ridiculously furry dog named Yeti. Visit her on Twitter @natdrichards or at nataliedrichards.com.
Publisher's Weekly reviewed The Holiday Heroes Save Christmas by Adam Wallace, illustrated by Shane Clester:
Kirkus Reviews reviewed Wild On My Mind by Laurel Kerr:
Two-time Golden Heart® Finalist Laurel Kerr spent a few weeks each summer of her childhood on family road trips. That time packed into the backseat of her grandparents’ Grand Marquis opened her imagination and exposed her to the wonders of the United States. The lessons she learned then still impact her writing today. She lives near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with her husband, daughter, and loyal cavalier spaniel.
Visit her online at laurelkerr.com and on Twitter @LaurelKerrBooks.
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