I’m drooling. I can’t hardly wait…

Rot & Ruin

Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing

October 5, 2010

“George Romero meets The Catcher in the Rye in this poignant and moving coming of age novel set during zombie times. I welled up at the end, then smiled through my tears when I realized there was going to be a sequel. Bravo, Jonathan Maberry. Can’t wait to read more.” –Nancy Holder, New York Times bestselling author of Wicked and Possessions

Le Petit Prince: Graphic Novel Adaptation

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Books

October 18, 2010

“This life-long artist has chosen a simple layout to focus on the adventures of these two characters who share the dreams of millions of kids. Sfar keeps our childish dreams intact.” Ca Se Passe Comme Ca

School of Fear: Class Is Not Dismissed!

(No cover art yet…so here is the cover from book one)

Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

September 14, 2010

“In this hilarious follow-up to School of Fear, eccentric headmaster Mrs. Wellington demands requests the presence of Madeleine, Theo, Lulu, and Garrison for a mandatory summer of retraining after discovering that each of her former students has secretly regressed. Facing their fears was terrifying enough, but when the foursome learns they’ll be joined by a fifth student, things start to get even scarier.”

The Replacement


September 21, 2010

“Edward Scissorhands meets The Catcher in the Rye in this wildly imaginative and frighteningly beautiful horror novel about an unusual boy and his search for a place to belong.”

Cuba: My Revolution


September 14, 2010

“Seventeen-year-old Sonia, a medical student with dreams of becoming a modernist painter, is caught up in Fidel Castro’s revolution from the moment it captures Havana on New Year’s Eve 1958. Sonia joins the militia and volunteers as a medic at the Bay of Pigs. Scarred, yet clinging to her revolutionary ideals, she seeks fulfillment in an artists’ collective, only to be further disillusioned by increasing repression under Castro.”

7 thoughts on “I’m drooling. I can’t hardly wait…

  1. Must read all of them! Thanks for sharing. BTW, I find it interesting how many of them compare themselves to “Catcher in the Rye” (one of my personal favorites), a book written in 1951. Now that’s staying power.

    • Oh “Catcher in the Rye” is so fantastic. That must be why I am so drawn to these books. I found that interesting too…I wonder if that’s the new generational trend?

  2. Good morning, Bree:

    In re: what kind of reader are you?

    I have friends that jump to the final scene, also. Personally, I could never understand how someone can do that, when the magic of reading, for me, is being transported to another place and time. I want to feel the adrenaline, the action, the happiness and the sadness of the MC as she/he conquers her/his quest.

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