MUSTACHE BABY MEETS HIS MATCH by Bridget Heos
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 3, 2015

"More a Mustache Toddler now but still getting into hairy situations, Baby Billy's still good fun. (Picture book. 3-6)"
Has Mustache Baby met a buddy...or a rival? Read full book review >
WILLY MAYKIT IN SPACE by Greg Trine
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 3, 2015

"Readers new to chapter books and who like to laugh often will most likely find Willy's story peppered with just enough silly humor (monster poop!) to keep the pages turning. (Adventure. 7-10)"
Willy Maykit is not an ordinary kid. Read full book review >

THE BOY WHO LOST FAIRYLAND by Catherynne M. Valente
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 3, 2015

"Readers may wish the words were food, so they could eat them up. And they may keep reading this series for just as long as people have been arguing about Oz. (Fantasy. 10-14)"
Why live in Kansas when you can stay in Oz? Valente may well have wondered at Dorothy's inexplicable decision. Read full book review >
WINNIE & WALDORF by Kati Hites
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 3, 2015

"As characters, Winnie and Waldorf are a winning pair, but Winnie's unfortunate choice of costume reflects a sadly out-of-step approach to cultural understanding. (Picture book. 3-6)"
A little girl named Winnie narrates a story about humorous interactions with her huge dog, Waldorf. Read full book review >
SPECIAL DELIVERY by Philip C. Stead
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 3, 2015

"Animal lovers and stamp collectors, especially but not exclusively, will be enthralled. (Picture book. 4-7)"
Nothing will deter Sadie from her mission of transporting an elephant to her beloved Great-Aunt Josephine, who "lives almost completely alone and could really use the company." Read full book review >

STONE ANGEL by Jane Yolen
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 3, 2015

"A different take on a difficult subject. (Picture book. 8-10)"
A young Jewish girl and her family must flee when the Nazis march into Paris. Read full book review >
GUS by Olivier Dunrea
by Olivier Dunrea, illustrated by Olivier Dunrea
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 3, 2015

"Good to meet you, Gus. (Picture book. 3-6)"
Gus is a welcome addition to the Gossie & Friends series. Read full book review >
GEMMA & GUS by Olivier Dunrea
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 3, 2015

"A just plain ducky addition to this excellent picture-book series. (Picture book. 3-6)"
Gosling siblings explore their world in this latest offering from Dunrea's Gossie & Friends series. Read full book review >
EGG by Steve Jenkins
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 3, 2015

"Appealing, accessible and accurate, this is another admirable creation. (additional reading) (Informational picture book. 4-9)"
With their characteristic design and choice of intriguing details, this prolific author-illustrator pair introduces "nature's perfect package": the egg. Read full book review >
FLOWERS ARE CALLING by Rita Gray
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 3, 2015

"Although it has some textual flaws, this quiet, introspective work beckons readers to keenly observe. (fact page, website) (Informational picture book. 4-8)"
Verse alternates with facts about pollinators, depicted with their preferred flowering plants. Read full book review >
COUNTING CROWS by Kathi Appelt
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 3, 2015

"Beginning readers will just fly through their numbers. (Picture book. 2-5)"
A lively and original addition to the overstuffed genre of counting picture books.
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THE BABIES AND DOGGIES BOOK by John Schindel
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 3, 2015

"No new territory here, but the combination of charming kids and adorable dogs creates an appealing board book for little ones. (Board book. 1-4)"
Photographs of babies and toddlers in a variety of activities are juxtaposed with similar shots of puppies and older dogs in this sturdy board book. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Pierce Brown
author of GOLDEN SON
February 17, 2015

With shades of The Hunger Games, Ender’s Game, and Game of Thrones, Pierce Brown’s genre-defying Red Rising hit the ground running. The sequel, Golden Son, continues the saga of Darrow, a rebel battling to lead his oppressed people to freedom. As a Red, Darrow grew up working the mines deep beneath the surface of Mars, enduring backbreaking labor while dreaming of the better future he was building for his descendants. But the Society he faithfully served was built on lies. Darrow’s kind have been betrayed and denied by their elitist masters, the Golds—and their only path to liberation is revolution. “Stirring—and archetypal—stuff,” our reviewer writes. View video >