Jazz Owls by Margarita Engle

This novel in verse is a fascinating historical depiction of real life events that led to the Zoot Suit Riots of Los Angeles. It tells the story of what it was like to be Mexican American in California during World War II. Margarita Engle weaves a tale rich in culture, mixed with power and gives […]

The Royal Runaway by: Lindsay Emory

Lindsay Emory began her career as a lawyer but now writes romantic suspense, mysteries, and romantic comedy. She hosts a popular podcast Women with Books about genre fiction written by and for women. Lindsay lives in North Texas with two big dogs and her romance hero, drinking gimlets and raising two STEM warrior princesses.  

GIRLS WHO CODE: SPOTLIGHT ON CODING CLUB by: Michelle Schusterman

Girls Who Code books are some of the best STEM fiction books out today. We follow a group of girl coders who are not only best friends but are each others greatest cheerleaders. In the stories they always face a real life dilemma, and work though it in true friendship fashion. Spotlight On Coding Club […]

The Foyles Bookshop Girls by Elaine Roberts

London, 1914: one ordinary day, three girls arrive for work at London’s renowned Foyles bookshop. But when war with Germany is declared their lives will never be the same again… Alice has always been the ‘sensible’ one in her family – especially in comparison with her suffrage-supporting sister! But decidedly against her father’s wishes, she […]

Blcok Shot by Kennedy Ryan

Block Shot, a standalone enemies-to-lovers, second-chance romance from Kennedy Ryan is coming September 10th! Block Shot by Kennedy Ryan Genre: Contemporary Romance Publishing Date: September 10th, 2018 Cover Designer: Letitia Hasser, RBA Designs Photographer: Nikki Ormerod Model: Arsenii Savitckii JARED If I had a dollar for every time Banner Morales made my heart skip a […]

What’s Past is Prologue by: Ann Galvia

Elizabeth Darcy has her eye on the future. Before her marriage, she saw herself making the best possible choice. Her husband saved her family from ruin. All he asked in return was her hand. Secure in his good opinion, Elizabeth married him. Only with hindsight and his cryptic warnings that passion is not immutable does […]

The Good Luck Charm by Helena Hunting

Is it love, or is she just his good luck charm? New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Helena Hunting absolutely delights with this witty and fun standalone contemporary romance. Lilah isn’t sure what hurt worse: the day Ethan left her to focus on his hockey career, or the day he came back eight […]

Let’s Go ABC! Things That From A to Z by: Rhonda Gowler Greene Illustrated by: Daniel Kirk

The alphabet comes to zooming, vrooming life with vehicles for every letter, A to Z! A big, boxy bus drives up for letter B, a kayak floats by for letter K, and a rocket blasts off for letter R. A fun and thrilling range of planes, trains, automobiles, and more take readers on a ride […]

Limelight by Amy Poeppel

In a smart and funny new novel by the author of the critically acclaimed, “big-hearted, charming” (The Washington Post) Small Admissions, a family’s move to New York City brings surprises and humor as their lives merge with the captivating world of Broadway. Allison Brinkley—wife, mother, and former unflappable optimist—discovers that a carefully weighed decision to […]

The Late Bloomers’ Club by Louise Miller

I loved Louise Miller’s The City Baker’s Guide to Country Living so I was so excited to read The Late Bloomers’ Club and it did not disappoint! A delightful book about small towns, sisters, a swoony romance and lots of delicious food! It is such a great summer read! If you love books about family, […]