Monthly Archives: February 2013
Britain’s Most Ineligible Bachelor and his Enlightened Quest to Train the Ideal Mate
PRAISE Library Journal’s starred review ran in the March 15 issue: “This is a seductive book. Readers will be captivated as the tale unfolds, marvelling at the many layers of meaning and historical significance that London journalist Moore has woven … Continue reading
For fans who want to delve deeper into the tangled …Tudor world
PRAISE “[Blood Sisters] deftly navigates a period of shifting alliances in a clear, concise fashion. Highly recommended for any academic or casual reader interested in the Wars of the Roses. Fans of Alison Weir’s historical fiction and nonfiction works, as … Continue reading
Just in time for Valentine’s Day- does love leave you speechless?
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Allen Klein’s new book Words of Love is available in audio. We want everyone to have the sweetest possible Valentine’s Day, so we’re having a contest. Tell us the best quote you ever heard … Continue reading
Silhouette of a Sparrow
Though this teen title from Milkweed Editions is from a couple of seasons ago, it was recently recognized by ALA’s Rainbow Committee on the 2013 Rainbow Book List – the best LGBTQ titles of 2012. What a perfect time to … Continue reading
What You Need to know….
The review in the WALL STREET JOURNAL will ran, Saturday, 2/2, and is available online It is absolutely glowing- “So what do you do if you enjoyed science at school or college but ended up with a different career and … Continue reading
“Feats of miniaturization” from Abbeville Press
The New York Times has written that “As feats of miniaturization, these fat little books would be hard to rival… For a purse-friendly indication of what the visitor will find, this small but bulky book is just about ideal… I … Continue reading