Charles de Lint
THE PAINTED BOY
“Charles de Lint is the modern master
of urban fantasy. Folktale, myth, fairy tale,
dreams, urban legend—all of it adds up to
pure magic in de Lint’s vivid, original world.
No one does it better.”—Alice Hoffman.
Viking Children’s 400 pp. 978-0-670-01191-9 $18.99
Also available: Waifs and Strays 978-0-14-240158-3, The
Blue Girl 978-0-14-240545-1
A compelling and inventive novel set in a
world where science and magic are at odds.
“McKinley’s characters and dialogue make this
novel a joy....A delightful read.”—Publishers
Nancy Paulsen 368 pp. 978-0-399-16579-5 $18.99
Also available: Pegasus 978-0-399-24677-7, Spindle’s
End 978-0-698-11950-5, See page 162 for other titles by
PLAYING WITH THE ENEMY
A Baseball Prodigy, World War II,
and the Long Journey Home
Foreword by Jim Morris
“A twentieth-century epic that demonstrates
how, sometimes, letting go of a dream is the
only way to discover one’s great fortune.”—
Publishers Weekly (starred review).
Penguin 336pp. 978-0-14-311388-1 $16.00
u HOW I DISCOVERED POETRY
Illustrated by Hadley Hooper
A rich and thought-provoking memoir by one
of America’s most celebrated poets that looks
back on her 1950s childhood and tells the tale
of her development as an artist and young
woman through fifty eye-opening poems.
Dial 112pp. 978-0-8037-3304-6 $17.99
Available January 2014
LISA, BRIGHT AND DARK
This is a novel of a young girl’s journey toward
the strange hypnotic world of madness.
Signet 144 pp. 978-0-451-16684-5 $5.99
A New York Times Outstanding Book of the Year
“Offers young readers a glimpse of the
Vietnam War from what might be considered
their own perspective: that of the next generation, the children of veterans, those for whom
Vietnam is a vague historical event.”—The New
Puffin 160 pp. 978-0-14-034262-8 $5.99
THE RIVER BETWEEN US
“Peck writes beautifully, bringing history alive
through Tilly’s marvelous voice and deftly
handling themes of family, race, war, and history. A rich tale full of magic, mystery, and
surprise.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred).
Puffin 176 pp. 978-0-14-240310-5 $6.99
A National Book Award Finalist
THE PRIVILEGE OF YOUTH
A Teenager’s Story of Longing
for Acceptance and Friendship
The child called “It” recounts his adolescence:
the relentless taunting he endured from bullies,
but also the thrill of making his first real friends.
Plume 240 pp. 978-0-452-28629-0 $14.005
Also available: Help Yourself 978-0-452-28276-6,
Help Yourself for Teens 978-0-452-28652-8, A Man
Named Dave 978-0-452-28190-5
“Two great strengths of these stories are the
pitch-perfect sense for the speech and thought
patterns of teens and the vivid depiction of the
daily lives of Mexican-Americans in Texas’s
Rio Grande Valley.”—School Library Journal.
Puffin 144 pp. 978-0-14-250056-9 $5.99
YOU CAN DO A GRAPHIC NOVEL
Foreword by Tom DeFalco
Alpha 208pp. 978-1-59257-955-6 $19.95
Free Teacher’s Guide available. See page 179.
u MARBLES: Mania, Depression,
Michelangelo, and Me: A Graphic Memoir
See page 141
Ann Marie Fleming
THE MAGICAL LIFE OF LONG TACK SAM
A full-color graphic memoir inspired by the
author’s award-winning documentary—and
the life and mystery of China’s greatest magician. “An important addition to the fast-fading
history of vaudeville.”—Variety.
Riverhead 176pp. 978-1-59448-264-9 $20.00
David Axe and Matt Bors
WAR IS BORING: Bored Stiff, Scared to
Death in the World’s Worst War Zones
NAL 144pp. 978-0-451-23011-9 $12.95
Charles Santino and Joe Staton
AYN RAND’S ANTHEM: The Graphic Novel
NAL 144pp. 978-0-451-23217-5 $15.00
THE ILLUSTRATED JANE EYRE
Illustrated by Dame Darcy
Studio 560pp. 978-0-14-200514-9 $21.95
THE ILLUSTRATED DRACULA
Illustrated by Jae Lee
Studio 400pp. 978-0-14-200515-6 $21.95
Chie Shimano and Kiyoshi Konno
CHE GUEVARA: A Manga Biography
Penguin 192pp. 978-0-14-311816-9 $15.00
THE 14TH DALAI LAMA
A Manga Biography
Penguin 208pp. 978-0-14-311815-2 $15.00
GANDHI: A Manga Biography
Penguin 196pp. 978-0-14-312024-7 $15.00
THE KITE RUNNER GRAPHIC NOVEL
Illustrated by Fabio Celoni and Mirka Andolfo
Riverhead 136pp. 978-1-59448-547-3 $19.00
u THE RIME OF THE MODERN MARINER
“Fabulous, eerie, timely...Brilliant.”—Robert
Macfarlane. An update on the classic Coleridge
poem—a graphic novel, now set in the cesspool of the North Atlantic Garbage Patch.
Viking 336pp. 978-0-670-02580-0 $32.00
“A magical experience.”—Shaun Tan, author
of Lost and Found. A striking, wordless graphic
novel featuring the story of angels on earth
and human compassion.
InkLit 352pp. 978-0-425-27091-2 $19.95
Shortlisted for the 2013 Indie Awards
Available November 2013
An original graphic novel featuring a female
superhero from the Atlantic cartoonist of
InkLit 208pp. 978-0-425-26631-1 $17.95
Available December 2013
u ALICE IN TUMBLR-LAND and Other Fairy
Tales for the Next Generation
Features beloved fairy-tale characters dating
and finding their way in 21st-century America.
Over 150 illustrations.
Penguin 224pp. 978-0-14-312479-5 $18.00
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