Thursday, September 1, 2011

On Sale Now: New Releases

New Releases for the month of September featuring Characters of Color or a Diverse Cast. The list is a good size, usually that means I've included a lot of missed releases from a previous month. All are September releases expect for four from August.

My Hands Sing The Blues:Romare Bearden's Childhood Journey by Jeanne Walker Harvey illus by Elizabeth Zunon - my review

Marisol McDonald Doesn't Match by Monica Brown illus. by Sara Palacios

Belle, The Last Mule at Gee's Bend by Calvin Alexander Ramsey & Bettye Stroud illus. by John Holyfield

The Boy From Dragon Palace by Margaret Read MacDonald illus. by Sachiko Yoshikawa

Heart and Soul by Kadir Nelson

Drawing From Memory by Allen Say

Ruby's New Home by Lauren and Tony Dungy illus. by Vanessa Brantley Newton

Keena Ford and the Secret Journal Mix up by Melissa Thompson illus. by Frank Morrison

Alvin Ho: Allergic to Dean Bodies, Funerals, and other Fatal Circumstances by Lenore Look

How Tia Lola Ended Up Starting Over by Julia Alvarez

The Unforgotten Coat by Frank Cottrell Boyce

Nerds: The Cheerleaders of Doom by Michael Buckley

Planet Middle School by Nikki Grimes

With the Might of Angels by Andrea Davis Pinkney

Starfields by Carolyn Marsden

Dragon of Silk by Laurence Yep

Nowhere Girl by A.J. Pagquette

Saint Louis Armstrong Beach by Brenda Woods

Jefferson's Sons by Kimberly Bradley

A Girl Named Faithful Plum by Richard Bernstein

Tankborn by Karen Sandler

Galaxy Games by Greg R. Fishbone

Wolf Mark by Joseph Bruchac

Bronxwood by Coe Booth

Amigas: Point Me To Tomorrow by Veronica Chambers

The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson

Comsic Storm by Dom Testa

Ambitious by Monica McKayhan - my review

My Own Worst Frenemy by Kimberly Reid

The Shattering by Karen Healey

Perfect by Ellen Hopkins

Dear Bully edited by Megan Kelley Hall and Carrie Jones

What You Wish For by Various Authors

Possess by Gretchen McNeil

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I don't think our lists have ever been more different than they are this month! Usually, we have the same basic list with a few different titles, but this month they're completely different.