NEW RELEASE TUESDAY: AUGUST 4, 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!


NeverAlwaysSometimes_535Never Always Sometimes, by Adi Alsaid (Harlequin Teen; hardcover; 14-17 years)

Nightmare Charade (Arkwell Academy, Book 3), by Mindee Arnett (Tom Doherty; hardcover; 14-17 years)

The Girl At the Center of the World, by Austin Aslan (Random House; hardcover; 12-17 years)

A Rock is Lively, written by Dianna Hutts Aston, illustrated by Sylvia Long (Chronicle; hardcover; 5-8 years)

land sharkOld Wolf, written by Avi, illustrated by Brian Floca (Simon & Schuster; hardcover; 8-12 years)

It’s About Love, by Steven Camden (HarperCollins; hardcover; 12+ years)

A Prince Without A Kingdom, by Timothee de Fombelle (Candlewick; hardcover; 12+ years)

Flame of the Dragon (Scream Street, Book 13), by Tommy Donbavand (Candlewick; hardcover; 8-12 years)

The Galaxy Pirates: Hunt for the Pyxis, by Zoë Ferraris (Random House; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Land Shark, written by Beth Ferry, illustrated by Ben Mantle (Chronicle; hardcover; 12+ years)

ghostlightGhostlight, by Sonia Gensler (Random House; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Clothesline Clues to Sports People Play, by Kathryn Heling (Charlesbridge; hardcover; 3-5 years)

Emily Windsnap and the Ship of Lost Souls, by Liz Kessler (Candlewick; hardcover; 8-12 years)

There Was An Old Dragon Who Swallowed A Knight, written by Penny Parker Klostermann, illustrated by Ben Mantle (Random House; hardcover; 13-7 years)

The Only Thing Worse Than Witches, by Lauren Magaziner (Penguin; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Love and Other Foreign Words, by Eric McCahan (Penguin; paperback; 12+ years)

School for Sidekicks, by Kelly McCullough (Feiwel & Friends; hardcover; 9-14 years)

my pet humanFowl Play, by Travis Nichols (Chronicle; hardcover; 5-8 years)

Isla and the Happily Ever After, by Stephanie Perkins (Penguin; hardcover; 14+ years)

Cold War On Maple Street, by Gayle Rosengren (Penguin; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Fuzzy Mud, by Louis Sachar (Random House; hardcover; 10-14 years)

Con Academy, by Joe Screiber (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; hardcover; 14+ years)

My Pet Human, by Yasmine Surovec (Roaring Brook; hardcover; 6-10 years)


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

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