NEW RELEASE TUESDAYS: SEPTEMBER 29, 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 Unquiet Past, by Kelley Armstrong (Orca; hardcover; 12-16 years)

Very in Pieces, by Megan Frazer Blakemore (HarperCollins; hardcover; 13+ years)

The Shrunken Head (Curiosity House, Book 1), by Lauren Oliver and  H.C. Chester (HarperCollins; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Imaginary Fred, written by Eoin Colfer, illustrated by Oliver Jeffers (HarperCollins; hardcover; 4-8 years)

The Zoo at the Edge of the World, by Eric Kahn Gale (HarperCollins; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Dead Boy, by Laurel Gale (Random House; hardcover; 8-12 years)

The Doldrums, by Nicholas Gannon (HarperCollins; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Kid Owner, by Tim Green (HarperCollins; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Mr. Puffball, Stunt Cat to the Stars, by Constance Lombardo (Harper Collins; hardcover; 8-12 years)

Zen Socks, by Jon J. Muth (Scholastic; hardcover; 4-8 years)

The Lucky Author Has A Dog, written by Mary Lyn Ray, illustrated by Steven Henry (Scholastic; hardcover; 4-8 years)

The Tapper Twins Tear Up New York, by Geoff Rodkey (Little, Brown; hardcover; 8-12 years)

I Used to Be Afraid, by Laura Vaccaro Seeger (Roaring Brook; hardcover; 3-7 years)

“Why is This Night Different from All Other Nights?”, written by Lemony Snickett, illustrated by Seth (Little, Brown; hardcover; 8-18 years)

Beautiful Hands, by Kathryn Otoshi and Bret Baumgarten (Blue Dot; hardcover; 3-8 years)

Last in A Long Line of Rebels, by Lisa Lewis Tyre (Penguin; hardcover; 10-14 years)

The Wheels On the Bus, by Paul O. Zelinsky (Penguin; hardcover; 3-7 years)


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

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