Red Dove is the adolescent heroine of this thoughtful historical novel for middle grade readers set in the Dakota Territory in 1890-91. She is the daughter of a white settler and a Lakota Sioux mother, though she and her half-brother... Read More
THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING MOUSE TREASURE
Behind the wall of an old bookshop, curious young mice gather for university. There, a student named Pete approaches the professor with a plea: help me learn about my ancestor and the treasure he lost beneath the Atlantic.
Book of the Day
There are some who know many faces of the divine, but their knowledge is not necessarily desirable. Lavie Tidhar’s stunning science fiction adventure, Unholy Land, moves between incarnations of Jewish being with alacrity, hunger, and humility.
Four Phenomenal New Debut Novels
Adult fiction fans, you’re in for a treat.
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AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION MIDWINTER MEETING
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Foreword's Indie Press Collective Gets Results
“Foreword Reviews, exhibiting my book with you was an excellent decision! I gained plenty of exposure and scored an agent.”—Alinka Rutkowska, Author
Back again with more first-time authors from the Debut Fiction special section we featured in the November/December issue of Foreword Reviews. Today, we’re hearing from four novelists. Knowing that first books can be arduous, we asked... Read More
"Boomer Brands" is a sunny, nostalgic showcase of some of the beloved toys, foods, television shows, and consumer goods that formed such a huge part of that generation’s youthful memories. A former brand marketer, Barry Silverstein... Read More
Once again, we’re excited to bring some young readers into the studio (figuratively) to lob some questions at the author/illustrator of a fantastic new children’s picture book. Librarian/reviewer Pallas McCorquodale leads the way... Read More
This pumpkin-scented week, at the behest of reviewer Pallas McCorquodale, we’re straying from our regular Q&A format to add some youth and vigor to this interview with Peter Goes, author of the stunning Rivers: A Visual History from... Read More
We Can Save Us All / Adam Nemett / The Unnamed Press / Softcover $18.99 (390pp) / 978-1-944700-76-8 / Buy: Local Bookstore (IndieBound), Amazon / Adam Nemett’s We Can Save Us All is a humorous yet sobering pre-apocalyptic... Read More
Greetings. On the heels of another rowdy, inspiring China Children’s Book Fair in Shanghai last week (November 9–11), it is my pleasure to offer you this post-show report—wherein, I’ll provide details of the fair, a brief... Read More
Leadership—if you possess the right skills, there’s some job openings in that department, especially in the government sector. Alas, the world is sorely lacking for a few good presidents and prime ministers. Throughout history, great... Read More