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!

WHITE WATERWhite Water,written by Michael S. Bandy & Eric Stein, illustrated by Shadra Stickland (Candlewick; hardcover; 5-8 years) TRAILER

Kindergarten Luck, written by Louise Borden, illustrated by Genevieve Godbout (Chronicle; hardcover; 3-5 years)

RUFUS THE WRITERRufus the Writer, by Elizabeth Bram & Chuck Groenick (Random House; hardcover; 4-8 years)

Battlesaurus, by Brian Falkner (Farrar, Straus & Giroux; hardcover; 12-18 years)

Go! Go! Go! Stop!, by Charise Mericle Harper (Random House; hardcover; 2-5 years)

Bernice Gets Carried Away, by Hannah E. Harrison (Penguin; hardcover; 3-5 years)

41Wxmw0E70L._SY486_BO1,204,203,200_The Book of Dares for Lost Friends, by Jane Kelley (Feiwell & Friends; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Night Animals, by Gianna Marino (Penguin; hardcover; 3-6 years)

Leading Ladies, by Marlee Matlin and Doug Cooney (Simon & Schuster; hardcover; 8-12 years)

The Dog in the Freezer, by Harry Mazer (Simon & Schuster; hardcover; 8-12 years)

I Am Lucille Ball, written by Brad Meltzer, illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos (Penguin; hardcover; 5-8 years)

9780553533637Apes A-Go-Go, written by Roman Milisic, illustrated by A. Richard Allen (Random House; hardcover; 3-7 years)

Freckleface Strawberry: Lunch, or What’s That?, written by Julianne Moore, illustrated by LeUyen Pham (Random House; hardcover; 4-6 years)

Wait, by Antionette Portis (Roaring Brook; hardcover; 3-7 years)

ANOTHER KIND OF HURRICANEAlive, by Scott Sigler (Random House; hardcover; 14+ years)

Another Kind of Hurricane, by Tamara Ellis Smith (Random House; hardcover; 9-12 years)

What We Knew, by Barbara Stewart (St. Martin’s Press; hardcover; 14-18 years)

Lillian’s Right to Vote, by Jonah Winter & Shane W. Evans (Random House; hardcover; 5-9 years)

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

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