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New Books Available in August 2016

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September starts tomorrow, but first make sure you didn’t miss any of these beautiful books that came out in August!

 

The Accident Season by Moira Fowley Doyle: This atmospheric mystery about a family who becomes accident prone every October is out in paperback!

The Alex Crow by Andrew Smith: Printz honor winning author Andrew Smith’s genre-bending book is out in paperback!

The Smaller Evil by Stephanie Keuhn: A suspenseful thriller about a high schooler named Arman who becomes a witness to something he doesn’t understand at a self-help retreat in the mountains.

Furthermore by Tahereh Mafi: A magical middle grade fantasy from the bestselling author of the Shatter Me series!

The Edge of the Light by Elizabeth George: The final book in Elizabeth George’s The Edge of Nowhere series.

Spontaneous by Aaron Starmer: A darkly funny debut about a school where students start spontaneously combusting.

Thieving Weasels by Billy Taylor: This witty debut follows Cameron Smith, who is actually Skip O’Rourke – a boy who escaped his grifter family four years ago and has now been sucked back in for one more con.

A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa Tahir: The sequel to Sabaa Tahir’s instant bestseller An Ember in the Ashes! 

The Conjurer’s Riddle by Andrea Cremer: The sequel to The Inventor’s Secret is out in paperback!

The Wrong Side of Right by Jenn Marie Thorne: Jenn Marie Thorne’s debut novel is out in paperback!

Between Worlds by Skip Brittenham: Immersive augmented reality brings this action-packed fantasy to life when you download the app!

Circus Mirandus by Cassie Beasley: We fell in love with this magical middle grade novel, which is now out in paperback!

 

 

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