Over here at Sixteen To Read, we are beyond-the-moon excited to share the gorgeous cover of Poppy Mayberry, The Monday, by Jennie K. Brown.
What if your teacher could read your mind just because she was born on a Thursday? Or the kid next to you in class could turn back the clock just because he was a ‘Wednesday”? In the quirky town of Nova, all of this is normal, but one thing is not—Poppy Mayberry. As an almost-eleven-year-old Monday, she should be able to pass notes in class or brush her dog, Pickle, without lifting a finger. But her Monday telekinesis still has some kinks, and that plate of spaghetti she’s passing may just end up on someone’s head. And if that’s not hard enough, practically perfect Ellie Preston is out to get her, and Principal Wible wants to send her to remedial summer school to work on her powers! It’s enough to make a girl want to disappear…if only she were a Friday.
– Coming September 13, 2016 from Tantrum Books!
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Sonya Mukherjee revealed her so, so awesome cover over at Pop! Goes the Reader yesterday. GEMINI is a YA Contemporary releasing on July 26, 2016. Head on over to Pop! Goes the Reader’s site to find out more about the reveal and this beautifully unique YA coming releasing from S&S. Also enter for a chance to win an advanced copy of this lovely debut!
Things you can’t do when you’re permanently attached to your twin sister’s back:
- Rock climb
- Be ignored by strangers
- Kiss a boy –Stupid thing that my sister believes. Are you really letting her write this? –Hailey
Clara and Hailey love each other, and they’re comfortable in their conjoined bodies. It’s the stares and whispers they could do without.
Hailey’s a pink-haired artist who longs to explore the world and question every limitation. Clara’s an aspiring scientist who would rather stay home, avoid strangers, and study the night sky.
Yet Clara has secret, impossible dreams, like seeing Earth from space, and falling in love with a guy who could actually love her back.
Then telescope-loving Max comes to town, and Clara starts to question her definition of “impossible.”
Soon, both Clara and Hailey are forced to ask: Is it possible to pursue their dreams together? Or should they consider the risky, life-threatening surgery to separate them? And what does it really mean for each sister to be herself?
It’s here! It’s here! It’s really, really here!
Darcy Woods reveals her fluttery, flirty, romancey cover for her YA debut, SUMMER OF SUPERNOVAS at YA Books Central today. Isn’t it GORGEOUS? Can’t you just hear the collective Sixteen to Read swoon?! *swoons some more*
We are so excited for this book that is already feeling all the love from around the world. Go check out the YA Books Central Cover Reveal and enter for a chance to win a copy of SUMMER OF SUPERNOVAS from the soon-to-be-world-famous Darcy Woods!
SUMMER OF SUPERNOVAS: As the daughter of an expert astrologer, Wilamena Carlisle knows that the truth lies within the stars. So when she discovers a rare planetary alignment, she is forced to tackle her worst astrological fear – The Fifth House of Relationships and Love. But Wil must decide whether a cosmically doomed love is worth rejecting her mother’s legacy, when she falls for a sensitive guitar player hailing from the wrong side of the chart.
Debut author Darcy Woods explores love in all its complexities and how to best honor the loved ones who have passed before us, in a novel packed with both humor and heart.
SUMMER OF SUPERNOVAS is available for pre-order on Amazon and wherever books are sold.
Also, this. I mean, come on! Right? Best tagline ever? Best. Tagline. Ever.
Do Judge a Book By Its Cover!
The very lovely book blogger Jen, over at Pop!Goes the Reader has a regular feature called “Do Judge a Book By Its Cover”, and this week’s post focused on contemporary book covers. Our very own Sixteen to Read author Shannon M. Parker‘s THE GIRL WHO FELL was featured. Yay! So exciting! You need to take a look. It’s just too pretty!
We couldn’t be more thrilled because the covers that Pop! Goes the Reader features are always beyond fabulous and this post was no exception. Don’t believe us? Take a look for yourself.
Jen writes: “Over the last couple of months there have been a positively astounding number of cover reveals for forthcoming 2015 and 2016 releases. Even more exciting, the majority of these have been for novels in my preferred genre, contemporary and realistic fiction, a few of which I’ll be highlighting in today’s post. Some of my favourite covers this week include The Girl Who Fell by Shannon M. Parker, Cracked by Clare Strahan, Saving Montgomery Sole by Mariko Tamaki, All This Has Nothing To Do With Me by Monica Sabolo, Extraordinary Means by Robyn Schneider, Don’t Fail Me Now by Una LaMarche, For The Forest Of A Bird by Sue Saliba, The Distance From Me To You by Marina Gessner and Why We Took The Car by Wolfgang Herrndorf.”
Thanks for all your support of authors, Jen! And for bringing so many gorgeous books to our attention!
HOW IT ENDS
Sixteen to Read member Catherine Lo, author of HOW IT ENDS, revealed her dramatically layered (and gorgeously gorgeous) cover to the readersphere on July 7th over at YA Books Central.
We’ve posted the phemonenal cover here but you should skip over to YA Books Central to see the full reveal and enter for a chance to win an advanced reader copy of this gem.
HOW IT ENDS is an honest, heart-wrenching tale of a friendship from first meeting to breakup. Told through alternating points of view, it is about two best friends’ tumultuous sophomore year of bullying, boys and backstabbing and what can happen when friends choose assumptions and fear over each other.
Find out: How it Begins / How it Unravels / How it Ends
Then add HOW IT ENDS to your Goodreads 2016 must haves! Come on. We know you want to!