Sunday is my favourite day of the week, as I get to share the books that managed to find me over the past weeks or so. This week is quite special as I am sharing a whole slew of titles courtesy of the amazing distributor, Pansing Books. I would forever be grateful for their sending the Shadow and Bone trilogy even without my asking for them – and these books are now included as my go-to fantasy reads.
Awesome Titles from Pansing Books
Since this box of books came during my birthday week, I have taken to calling this my Birthday Box. 🙂
All delicious titles, every last one of them. The books are also meant to fit our current and upcoming reading themes.
March – April: Grey and Golden, Young and Fleeting Reading Theme
The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson, A Room Full of Chocolate by Jane Elson, Bird by Crystal Chan.
May – June: Made in China (Plus the Middle East)
Saving Kabul Corner by N. H. Senzai.
July – August: Diversified – Rainbow Colours of Literature
Six, Seven, Nate by Tim Federle, Soonchild by Russell Hoban and illustrations by Alexis Deacon.
Beyond Courage by Doreen Rappaport, Smithsonian World War I Timeline, The Herd Boy by Niki Daly.
September – October: Comic Crazy!
The Harlem Hellfighters by Max Brooks and illustrated by Caanan White, The Shadow Hero by Gene Luen Yang and illustrated by Sonny Liew, Treasury of Mini Comics.
November – December: Myths, Mystery, Mayhem – Whodunit!
She Is Not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick, Cress by Marissa Meyer.
The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman, I Totally Funniest by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein.
Ghostwritten by David Mitchell.
The Apple Tart of Hope: There’s Always a Crumb Left by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald, The One Safe Place by Tania Unsworth, On Writers and Writing by Margaret Atwood.