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  • Bagels the Braveby Joan Betty Stuchner; Dave Whamond

    Orca Book Publishers 2015; US$ 4.99

    In this sequel to Bagels Come Home , the Bernstein family heads off on a camping trip to Sasquatch Lake, only to encounter a series of mysterious happenings. more...

  • Eye Soreby Melanie Jackson

    Orca Book Publishers 2015; US$ 7.99

    Chaz has to solve a mystery that threatens his father?s new business venture of operating a giant Ferris wheel. more...

  • Outcasteby Ellen Renner

    Hot Key Books 2015; US$ 7.28

    Ellen Renner was born in the USA, but came to England in her twenties, married here, and now lives in an old house in Devon with her husband and son. Ellen originally trained as a painter and surrounds herself with sketches of her characters as she writes. She spins wool as well as stories, knitting and weaving when time allows. She plays the violin,... more...

  • Liberty's Fireby Lydia Syson

    Hot Key Books 2015; US$ 7.28

    Paris, 1871. Four young people will rewrite their destinies. Paris is in revolt. After months of siege at the hands of the Prussians, a wind of change is blowing through the city, bringing with it murmurs of a new revolution. Alone and poverty-stricken, sixteen-year-old Zéphyrine is quickly lured in by the ideals of the city's radical new... more...

  • The Boy Who Biked the Worldby Alastair Humphreys; Tom Morgan-Jones

    Eye Books 2015; US$ 7.99

    In volume two of this marvelous cycling adventure, Tom?a young English boy who decides cycling solo around the world would be a better classroom than the confines of school?heads north from the tip of South America   Having cycled the depth of Europe and the length of Africa, Tom now decides to make his way through the Americas. With a long "uphill"... more...

  • The St. Leonard Chroniclesby Steve Galluccio

    Talonbooks 2015; US$ 16.95

    A heartwarming comedy about a young Italian Canadian couple from Montreal?s St. Leonard neighborhood?and their meddling, fretting family. more...

  • The Territoryby Sarah Govett

    Firefly Press Limited 2015; US$ 4.36

    Limited space requires limited numbers. The year is 2059. Noa Blake is just another normal 15 year-old. Except in The Territory normal isn?t normal. The richest children have a node on the back of their necks and can download information and bypass the need to study. In a flooded world of dwindling resources, Noa and the other ‘Norms? have their work... more...

  • One of Everythingby Donna Carol Voss

    Publish Green 2015; US$ 5.99

    Is It Possible to OD on Life?The recipe for happily-ever-after? Start with one middle-class white girl in 1976. Add in her longing for love and acceptance, another middle-class white girl, a huge dollop of gossip, and excruciating peer and family pressure. Stir in youthful travel abroad, a Berkeley education, and a foray into paganism, drugs, marriage,... more...

  • Devon's Torre Abbeyby Michael Rhodes

    The History Press 2015; US$ 24.78

    Founded in 1196, Torre Abbey began as a monastery. It was later adapted as a private house - home to the secretive Roman Catholic Cary family, who lived there for nearly 300 years. The local council acquired Torre Abbey in 1930, and adapted it for use as an art gallery and Mayor's Parlour, and it has recently been renovated. The important but little-known... more...

  • Target Silverclawby Simon Cheshire

    Stripes Publishing 2015; US$ 8.74

    Target Silverclaw is the fourth book in the exciting, action-packed SWARM series. The Secret Intelligence Agency has a new weapon: SWARM – artificially intelligent robotic bugs that act as undercover agents. Operating below the radar, they can fly faster, see further and sting harder! They won?t stop until they?ve completed their mission, no matter... more...