Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group Spring 2017 Kids Books by Raincoast Books

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feiwel friends • august 2017 juvenile fiction mysteries detective stories james preller jigsaw jones the case from outer space jigsaw jones is back and better than ever in this brand-new chapter book mystery are aliens coming to earth jigsaw and friends have a clue but is there really life in outer space august feiwel friends juvenile fiction mysteries detective stories on sale 8/8/2017 ages 6 to 10 trade paperback 96 pages 8.3 in h 5.5 in w carton quantity 96 isbn 9781250110176 $4.99 $6.99 can jigsaw jones is back in this new original mystery jigsaw and his crew—mila joey and danika—find a clue that implies an alien may be about to visit their school can it be true and what does the little free library have that aliens from outer space might want hint the school librarian has invited a special guest to talk about space exploration—an astronaut friendship mystery and school-day shenanigans are what make jigsaw jones mysteries beloved and read over and over will include a word jumble names of planets in solar system writing prompts and information on how to start a little free library which are taking hold in many parts of the country james preller is the author of the acclaimed novels six innings bystander the fall and the courage test and the scary tales series all published by feiwel and friends he has also written several picture books but is perhaps best known for the jigsaw jones series he travels to classrooms around the country and maintains a blog about writing and literacy he lives in delmar new york with his family jamespreller.com praise for the fall the pace is fast yet the story unfolds slowly one piece at a time pair this with jay asher s thirteen reasons why —booklist with its timely important message and engaging prose style sam s journal ought to find a large readership —kirkus reviews