- The Paper Bag Princess (with audio from Robert Munsch)
- All ten Mole Sisters books
- Red is Best
- A Pocket Can Have a Treasure in It
Also, check out this amazing profile of kidlit superstar Robert Munsch:
Posted by Joanna K at 11:03 AM
Attention reviewers: our Fall 2012 list is now available through NetGalley. Simply go to www.netgalley.com, click Browse Catalog by Publisher, and click on Annick Press. Then let us know what you think of our new titles!
Will you be inspired by the brave people who risked (and sometimes lost) their lives to stand up for what they believed in (People Who Said No)?
The Fall 2012 books are slowly appearing on our website, and will soon be available via NetGalley, too: stay tuned! In the meantime, do you know a kid who's seriously into soccer? Because if so, have we got the book for you...
Here's another title we're looking forward to this fall:
People Who Said No: Courage Against Oppression
Sometimes it's okay to ignore the rules or break the law. This book profiles people who stood up for what they believed in, even at great personal risk:
Posted by Joanna K at 9:35 AM
Here's an exclusive sneak peek of some of our upcoming books for Fall 2012. Add them to your to-read list now, and look for them on our website next month!
From the author of Thunder Over Kandahar comes another fast-paced novel set in dangerous territory. Sharon McKay skillfully weaves the tale of two patients stuck in a Jerusalem hospital: Sam, an Israeli boy whose leg may have to be amputated, and Yusuf, a Palestinian boy who has lost his left eye. They don't exactly get along, but when they decide to escape the hospital and go on a late-night adventure into the Old City, they find themselves having to protect one another nonetheless...
Posted by Joanna K at 10:38 AM