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  • Kat Sarfas 4:00 am on 2020/06/01 Permalink
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    Our June Books of the Month are Here! 

    We have one question for you now that summer’s here and the days are longer: What are you reading next? There’s something about the hazy days of summer that has us ready to be swept away in the pages of a great new read, and we’ve got the perfect place for you to start. Our newest Books of the Month are here, and we have fantastic stories for readers of all ages. Set sail with an enigmatic sorceress; beat the devil at her own wicked game; fall in love with a real life grizzly and her cubs; battle monsters in a divided metropolis—and decipher legends of old in an eerie new middle grade mystery. Great books are calling, and you won’t want to miss them.

    Fiction Book of the Month

    Madeline Miller

    A classic story reimagined and not to be missed. An enigmatic sorceress discovers powers she never knew she possessed and unlocks a destiny she never thought she would have. This intoxicating epic will make you rethink everything you thought you knew about The Odyssey.

    “Part love story, part mythology come to life, but mostly a story of how to live life as an independent woman. It’s a story that will make you want to go back and read the classics with a new insight into a fascinating character. It’s a story you can read over and over and get something new each time.” – Molly T, Bookseller, B&N Home Office

    Mystery & Thriller Book of the Month

    Never Have I Ever
    Joshilyn Jackson

    Something wicked has landed in suburbia. Fans of Liane Moriarty’s and Lisa Jewell’s twisty novels will definitely appreciate this story of friends and enemies, secrets and lies. What if your worst enemy knew your darkest secret? How far would you go to protect yourself?

    “An edge of your seat thriller!  Just when you think you know a character’s motives, you’ll need to guess again. Surprises abound until the very last page and you’ll be shocked at every turn.” – Jennifer A, Bookseller, Richmond, VA


    Nonfiction Book of the Month

    Down from the Mountain: The Life and Death of a Grizzly Bear
    Bryce Andrews

    A modern story of man and nature, wild spaces and the changing American West written by a farmer/conservationist. Outside Magazine calls Bryce Andrews’s beautiful new book about the life and death of a grizzly bear an “ode to wildness and wilderness.”

    “A quietly dramatic, gorgeously written story that attempts to navigate an unfolding conflict between one grizzly named Mollie and a Montana corn farmer; one that raises important issues regarding the economy, culture, environment and the mutual benefit needed to ensure a responsible and compassionate co-existence of wild and domestic.  I loved it! – Sallye L, Bookseller, B&N Home Office

    YA Book of the Month

    This Savage Song
    Victoria Schwab

    Who are the heroes and who are the villains in this divided city? And which do you want to be? Victoria Schwab, bestselling author of A Darker Shade of Magic, once again creates an impossibly beautiful world filled with monsters, magic and dark secrets that readers won’t want to escape.

    “VE Schwab’s world building in This Savage Song is truly impeccable. She transports you into a fantasy realm you’ll never want to leave.” – Rizza P, Bookseller, B&N Home Office


    Young Reader Book of the Month

    Thomas Taylor

    A fun, wildly imaginative story about fearless, clever children in pursuit of a sea monster. Delightfully illustrated, this is the first installment in the new Legends of Eerie-on-Sea Series, where the mist is thick, and the legends are real.

    “An eerie (literally) seaside town, a legendary sea monster, a quest for missing parents—what more could you ask for? This spooky mystery made me want to travel to Eerie-on-Sea to join Herbie and Violet on their journey to uncover the truth about the town’s mythical Malamander. Oh, and did I mention there’s a top hat wearing mermonkey? Perfect for fans of A Series of Unfortunate Events!” – Stephanie P, Bookseller, B&N Home Office

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