Review: On Two and Wings

May 20, 2015

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On Two Feet and Wings By Abbas Kazerooni Skyscape October 2014 238 pages Abbas Kazerooni is only 9 years old when he is forced to flee his home and family in Iran to avoid being drafted into the military as a child soldier. Alone, he boards a plane for Istanbul, Turkey, where a family friend […]

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Review: A Dog Walks Into a Bar

May 12, 2015

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A Dog Walks Into a Bar…: Howlingly Funny Canine Comedy By Joanne O’Sullivan Illustrated by Jeff Albrecht Studios Charlesbridge April 2015 80 pages Let’s face it, dogs do funny things and make us laugh, they just can’t help themselves. A Dog Walks Into a Bar contains over 70 pages of jokes and cartoons divided into […]

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No query necessary at Peachtree Publishers

May 7, 2015

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Peachtree Publishers specializes in quality children’s books, from picture books to young adult fiction and nonfiction. Peachtree also publishes nonfiction for adults, including consumer references in health, education, self-help, and parenting; and regional guide books about the American South. They DO NOT publish adult historical novels, science fiction, fantasy, romance, westerns, horror, poetry, short stories, […]

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Skyhorse Publishing accepts book proposals

April 29, 2015

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      Skyhorse Publishing is open to receiving nonfiction book proposals in these categories: Sports (Team and Individual) Outdoor Sport (Hunting, Fishing, and Camping) Adventure and Travel Health and Fitness House and Home History Humor Military History Business Games and Gambling Horses Pets and Animals Nature and Science Food and Wine Aviation True Crime […]

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Review: Decorated Horses

April 22, 2015

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Decorated Horses Written by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent Illustrated by Jeannie Brett Charlesbridge February 2015 48 pages The lives of humans and horses have been intertwined for more than 9,000 years and it’s easy to see why. For centuries, horses were the primary mode of human transportation. As they conquered new lands, competed, and celebrated, humans […]

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Review: Glamourpuss

April 13, 2015

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Glamourpuss Written by Sarah Weeks Illustrated by David Small Scholastic Press February 2015 40 pages Glamourpuss lives a splendid life in a mansion with the gazillionaire Highhorsens. She has her own room with two thrones — one for her pink bed and one for her pink litter box. Servants respond to her slightest wish. Adorned […]

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Hot teen romance markets

April 8, 2015

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Evernight Teen Evernight Teen is seeking teen fiction that is raw, gritty, and real. They teen romance, coming-of-age stories, and cutting-edge fiction aimed at today’s young adults. Stories should have real issues, a strong emotional punch, and a plot to keep the reader turning the pages. Main characters should be between 16 and 21 years. […]

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