Fall 2017 has been, and will continue to be, a time for fantastic new children’s and YA book releases. Today I’m sharing with you some of the most anticipated yet!
It Takes A Village, by Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Written by our own historic former presidential candidate, this picture book was written to inspire America to celebrate its differences by coming together. The Washington Post says, “It Takes a Village offers a universal, unifying message. It captures perfectly Clinton’s vision of a multicultural America working toward a constructive goal.”
All’s Faire In Middle School, by Victoria Jamieson.
After winning the Newbery Honor in 2015, we have been eagerly awaiting Jamieson’s new book—this one about a girl named Imogen who is going to public school for the first time after growing up homeschooled. It’s already a bestseller on Amazon after releasing just this month!
Robinson, by Peter Sis.
Based on a real story from his childhood, Sis blends fantasy with reality in this dreamy Robinson Crusoe-inspired tale. Kirkus Reviews calls this, “an enchanting love letter to the magic of childhood.” The perfect book to curl up with on a cool fall evening!
What are you looking forward to reading this fall? Let me know in the comments!