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January 2018

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Not If I Save You First
by Ally Carter

Maddie Manchester has spent the last six years isolated in the Alaskan wilderness. Apart from her father, who brought her to Alaska after a near-fatal incident as a secret service agent, Maddie interacts with no one, forcing her to become physically tough and mentally acute. Her old life—including her best friend and presidential son, Logan—has become a distant memory. That is, until Logan shows up at her door after one too many acts of rebellion for his parents’ tastes.

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youth-preview-spring-2018_f1.jpgSpring Youth Preview: 2018
by Briana Shemroske

This announcement section offers Booklist readers a selected preview of especially notable new titles for young adult, middle-grade, and young readers. All titles will be published in the spring 2018 season.

audiobook-preview-spring-2018_f1.jpgSpring Audiobook Preview: 2018
by Joyce Saricks

Get ready for spring with these upcoming audiobooks, slated for release from February through June 2018.

now-hear-this-Reading_f1.jpgNow Hear This: Kate Reading
by Joyce Saricks

Fans of many series, from science fiction and fantasy to mysteries and historical romances, will recognize award-winning actor and narrator Kate Reading’s distinctive voice.

books-by-booklist-kraus-2018_f1.jpgBooks by Booklist Authors: Daniel Kraus and Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water
by Donna Seaman

When Kraus met del Toro for the first time, in Toronto, where the director was filming Pacific Rim (2013), he spontaneously shared his idea for what became a hit movie in the closing weeks of 2017. “It was very simple,” Kraus explains. “It was an idea I had when I was 15.

diverse-ya-micro-2018_f1.jpgDiverse YA Fiction from Micro-Presses
by Zara Rix

While mainstream publishers are taking steps toward diversity, a large number of talented, diverse authors turn to micro-presses: publishing entities smaller than traditional small presses, and including self-publishing. Here is the latest of our periodic roundups, featuring two titles from Zetta Elliott, a leader in this space.

top-10-diverse-nonfiction-youth-2018_f1.jpgTop 10 Diverse Nonfiction for Older and Middle Readers: 2018
by Ilene Cooper

The topics here are wide-ranging, from gender to sex trafficking, dance to basketball. All of these titles were reviewed in Booklist between February 1, 2017, and January 2018.

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