Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group Winter 2018 Kids Books by Raincoast Books

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square fish • january 2018 young adult fiction fantasy contemporary mechthild glÄser the book jumper a thrilling ya adventure about a fifteenyear-old girl with an unexpected ability—she can jump inside books and experience their stories firsthand amy lennox doesn t know quite what to expect when she and her mother pick up and leave germany for scotland heading to her mother s childhood home of lennox house on the island of stormsay january square fish young adult fiction fantasy contemporary on sale 1/2/2018 ages 12 to 18 trade paperback 400 pages 8.3 in h 5.5 in w carton quantity 20 amy s grandmother lady mairead insists that amy must read while she resides at lennox house—but not in the usual way it turns out that amy is a book jumper able to leap into a story and interact with the world inside as exciting as amy s new power is it also brings danger—someone is stealing from the books she visits and that person may be after her life teaming up with fellow book jumper will amy vows to get to the bottom of the thefts—at whatever cost isbn: 9781250144232 $10.99 $15.99 can mechthild gläser was born in 1986 in germany where she is an award-winning author the book jumper is mechthild s first book also available to be translated into english in her free time she sometimes dances ballet—but only if no one is watching praise for the book jumper the forgotten book 9781250146786 $9.99 10.99 can the forgotten book 9781250146793 $17.99 24.99 can “the lore of the two families and german author gläser’s descriptions are meticulous and moody creating a gothic atmosphere that serves this star-crossed love story well meetings with book characters like kipling’s shere khan and dickens’s oliver twist offer entertaining moments that balance the grimmer elements of the story as it builds to a bittersweet ending.” —publishers weekly “with numerous references to classics from the jungle book to pride and prejudice the novel sparks curiosity about literature and perhaps will encourage teens to track down the works mentioned here.” —school library journal 215