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The book on my desk right now. Did you know that August 24th is the 200th anniversary of the burning of the White House?

Author Jane Sutcliffe will be appearing at the Brookville Academy in Brookville, MD, for their U.S. Capital for a Day celebrations. http://uscapitalforaday.org/

Do you have spectacular nails? Do you WANT spectacular nails? Get SPECTACULAR NAIL ART! http://bit.ly/V4zKG5. Available September 2nd.

But, if you act now, you can be one of ten lucky people to get an advance copy! Email trademarketing@charlesbridge.com with your name and shipping address and you’ll have glam nails in no time.

Hurry, offer ends Friday, August 8 at noon EST.

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Get ready to go back to school with some great books about the school experience in your backpack.

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Hey Baby.

“What a wonderful ride,” she says. “I can’t wait to see what the next 25 years have in store for Charlesbridge – and the publishing industry as a whole.”

Check out the #WeNeedDiverseBooks Summer Reading Series. If you like Goldilocks and the Three Bears, you’ll love Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas (and the turnip cake recipe for Chinese New Year!)

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Sneak peek: TIGER BOY by Mitali Perkins. Coming April 2015.

"One of the new tiger cubs has escaped!"

When a tiger cub escapes from a nature reserve near Neel’s island village, the rangers and villagers hurry to find her before the cub’s anxious mother follows suit and endangers them all. Mr. Gupta, a rich newcomer to the island, is also searching—he wants to sell the cub’s body parts on the black market. Neel and his sister, Rupa, resolve to find hte cub first and bring her back to the reserve.

The White House is Burning, the book trailer
“Elegant and illuminating.”
—Kirkus Reviews

This week marks the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I. One enemy that knew no boundaries during the time of that conflict was the influenza epidemic of 1918. There is a popular theory that the sickness started on an army base in Kansas and spread east with soldier movement, and eventually spread around the world. By the time the plague slowed in November, when the war was ending, it had killed an estimated 50 million people. More than died as a result of the armed conflict. Read more about the plague in HORRORS OF HISTORY: PEOPLE OF THE PLAGUE. Available October 14, 2014. Pre-order at http://bit.ly/1lRL4fG

What’s on your summer reading list?

Thank you, Walter Dean Myers

wellesleybooks:

Can you find the Mockingbird?

imageWe are so excited to share the joy of I Kill The Mockingbird that we are giving students in Grades 5-9 that visit our store the opportunity to win a free copy.  Over the next two weeks, we will be hiding a copy of the book in random sections throughout the entire store.  If you find the copy with a FOUND sticker on the cover, it is yours.  Just head to the register and let them know.  Then, grab a seat and enjoy the perfect book to get you in the mood for summer reading. After you read the book you will see how we got the idea of hiding the book!

Oh, to be in grades 5-9 again!

pantheonbooks:

57thstreetbooks:

Alternative logo and/or design for new Penguin Random House hq.

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Ragu House?

pantheonbooks:

57thstreetbooks:

Alternative logo and/or design for new Penguin Random House hq.

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Ragu House?