More new books – we seem to get quite a few, which means, sadly, some of the older ones have to go (you may see them in one of our booksales). It is the Circle of Life.
The 10pm Question, by Kate de Goldi (251 pages) – I loved this book, and I recommend you read it too!
You Just Can’t Get Enough : Gossip Girl/The Carlyles, (created) by Cecily von Ziegesar (208 pages) – The real writer of this book is Annabelle Vestry, who also wrote the first Gossip Girl/Carlyles book, and who has her own series about ‘teen stepsisters living the high-life’ coming out later this year.
My Bonny Light Horseman : Being an Account of the Further Adventures of Jacky Faber, in Love and War, by L. A. Meyer (436 pages) – This is the sixth book of Mary “Jacky” Faber’s adventures in the frankly exciting world of the late 18th/early 19th century. In My Bonny Horseman Jacky finds herself spying in France, and then following Napoleon Bonaparte’s army into Germany.
Set in Stone : The Chronicles of Stone Book 2, by Vincent Ford (275 pages) – Set during the Ice Age, this book (and the first one in the series, Scorched Bone) tell the story of twins Trei and Souk and their journeys through prehistoric America.
Murderer’s Thumb, by Beth Montgomery (299 pages) – Adam and his mother move to a rural farming community somewhere in Australia. After finding a body and then a diary, Adam must piece together what happened – but not without some trouble from the menacing locals.
Captain Cook’s Apprentice, by Anthony Hill (263 pages) – This is a travelogue of Captain Cook’s three-year voyage to explore the southern continent, as seen through the eyes of cabin boy Isaac Manley (who would one day become a Rear Admiral). A grand adventure for any young lad, and it really happened!