Tuesday Book Release Day

Happy Tuesday! I have four great books to share with you today. Three are children’s books and one adult book. April to August are hot months for adult books because Summer Reading season opens right up, but September and October are hot months for kids books. The kids are back at school, they have great school libraries with these new books, and they are excited to read them. It’s a perfect combo! Let’s get to the books!

The Home Edit Life: The No Guilt Guide to Owning What You Want and Organizing Everything by Clea Shearer adn Joanna Teplin

At home or on the go, you don’t have to live like a minimalist to feel happy and calm. The Home Edit mentality is all about embracing your life–whether you’re a busy mom, a roommate living with three, or someone who’s always traveling for work. You just need to know how to set up a system that works for you.
In the next phase of the home organizing craze, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin go beyond the pantry and bookshelf to show you how to contain the chaos in all aspects of your life, from office space and holiday storage to luggage and pet supplies. Get to know your organizing style, tailor it to your family’s lifestyle, and lead the low-guilt life as you apply more genius ideas to every aspect of your life.
Clea and Joanna are here to remind you that “it’s okay to own things” in the quest for pretty and smart spaces. With The Home Edit Life, you’ll soon be corralling phone cords, archiving old photos, arranging your phone apps by color, and packing your suitcase like a pro.

I am One: A Book of Action by Susan Verde and Peter H. Reynolds

One seed to start a garden, one note to start a melody, one brick to start breaking down walls: Every movement and moment of change starts with just one. From the #1 New York Times–bestselling team behind I Am Yoga, I Am Peace, I Am Human, and I Am Love comes a powerful call to action, encouraging readers to raise their voices, extend a hand, and take that one first step to start something beautiful and move toward a better world. Includes a guided meditation and self‑reflection activity.

I love this series! They are wonderful!! They are all especially perfect for all readers right now.

Three Keys by Kelly Yan (sequel to Front Desk)

Mia Tang thinks she’s going to have the best year ever.←
She and her parents are the proud owners of the Calivista Motel, Mia gets to run the front desk with her best friend, Lupe, and she’s finally getting somewhere with her writing!←
But as it turns out, sixth grade is no picnic…
1. Mia’s new teacher doesn’t think her writing is all that great.←
2. The motel is struggling, and Mia has to answer to the Calivista’s many, many worried investors.←
3. A new immigration law is looming and if it passes, it will threaten everything — and everyone — in Mia’s life.←
It’s a roller coaster of challenges, and Mia needs all of her determination to hang on tight. But if anyone can find the key to getting through turbulent times, it’s Mia Tang!

The Last Kids on Earth and the Skeleton Road by Max Brallier

Now wielding the Midnight Blade, Jack Sullivan and the gang are furiously searching for the villainous Thrull and his skeleton army. The clock is ticking: the enemy has begun constructing the Tower–a portal with the power to bring Rezzoch the Ancient, Destructor of Worlds, to our dimension. Equipped with a crucial clue discovered by June on her Wild Flight, the group does the once-unthinkable: they leave Wakefield behind and embark on an . . . EPIC ROAD TRIP! That means music blasting, kitschy roadside attractions, snacks snacks snacks, dangerous detours, and a slew of skeletons and monsters at every turn. But this is no ordinary post-apocalyptic joyride. Because soon, they are pursued by a new threat: the return of a monster they thought long dead, who has taken on a terrifying new form. Jack, June, Quint, and Dirk will be lucky to make it far enough to find the answers they seek. But when the future of the world depends on it, these heroes don’t pump the brakes–they go full throttle.

Luke and I had a chance to meet Max last fall and he was awesome!! These books go flying off my library shelves every time they come back. Kids, especially boys, age 8-11 will love these!!

As always, the summaries come from the author’s or publisher’s website because they know it best.

If you are looking for more recent releases, check these out:
Tuesday Book Release Day, September 8, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, September 1, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, August 25, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, August 18, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, August 11, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, August 4, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, July 28, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, July 21, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, July 14, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, July 7, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, June 30, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, June 23, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, June 16, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, June 9, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, June 2, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, May 26, 2020
Tuesday Book Release Day, May 19, 2020

Have a great day full of sunshine and books!

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