NEW RELEASE TUESDAY: SEPTEMBER 8, 2015

Tuesdays are traditionally the day on which publishers “drop” their new releases, so here at KinderLit, we endeavor to deliver a (far from exhaustive) list every Tuesday of books being released that week. If you (either as an author or publisher) have a title coming out that you would like listed, please let us know… If you have a title coming out on the same day as any particular list and we’ve missed it, please feel free to add it in the comments!


the one thingA Pocket Full of Murder, written by R.J. Anderson (Atheneum; hardcover; 9-12 years)

The Keeper (Vega Jane, Book 2), written by David Baldacci (Scholastic; hardcover; 10-14 years)

The One Thing, by Marci Lyn Curtis (Disney-Hyperion; hardcover; 12-18 years)

It’s Tough to Lose Your Balloon, by Jarrett J. Krosocszka (Random House; hardcover; 3-7 years)

The Memory String, written by Eve Bunting, illustrated by Ted Rand (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; hardcover; 4-8 years)

Zombelina Dances the Nutcracker, written by Kristyn Crow, illustrated by Molly Idle (Bloomsbury; hardcover; 4-8 years)

confessions of an imaginary friendConfessions of an Imaginary Friend: A Memoir by Jacques Papier, by Michelle Cuevas (Penguin; hardcover; 9-12 years)

It’s Tough to Lose Your Balloon, by Jarrett J. Krosocszka (Random House; hardcover; 3-7 years)

The Scavengers, by Michael Perry (HarperCollins; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Fans of the Impossible Life, written by Kate Scelsa (HarperCollins; hardcover; 14+ years)

Edgewater, by Courtney Sheinmel (Amulet; hardcover; 14+ years)

The Hired Girl, written by Laura Amy Schiltz (Candlewick; hardcover; 12+ years)

fans of the impossible lifeNightmares! The Sleepwalker Tonic, written by Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller, illustrated by Karl Kwasny (Random House; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Schizo, by Nic Sheff (Penguin; hardcover; 14+ years)

I Am Yoga, written by Susan Verde, illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds (Abrams; hardcover; 4-8 years)

The Book of Kings (Mister Max, Book 3), written by Cynthia Voigt, illustrated by Iacopo Bruno (Random House; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Say It!, written by Charlotte Zolotow, illustrated by Charlotte Voake (Candlewick; hardcover; 2-5 years)


Which books are you most looking forward to?
Leave your picks in the comments!

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