December 1, 2016

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This Week’s Comics: Tree Sleuths

Cats, Science and Simpsons, oh my! Action Lab Entertainment releases the 4th volume of Hero Cats, which collects the World Tour arc. It’s science times two as First Second releases another volume of Science Comics, this time examining Volcanoes, while Bongo Comics takes Homer on a fantastic voyage during a visit to the science museum […]

This Week’s Comics: Mega Pony

Snuggle up with a warm blanket and find some comfort in this week’s new releases. American Mythology Productions releases the first spin off of The Pink Panther with the Inspector getting his own series, Inspector: The Pink Files. The junior detectives from Gotham and Roanoke Cabin finish up their investigations with the last issue of their […]

This Week’s Comics: Pussycat Academy

Fall back an hour, get more time to read some of the titles from this week’s new releases! Archie Comics takes the blue blur to “The Next Level” in their continuation of Sonic Mega Drive. DC Comics releases the second volume of DC Super Hero Girls with Hits and Myths, and IDW Publishing has an […]

This Week’s Comics: Halloween Team-Up

Whistling winds and ghastly ghouls won’t keep this week’s new releases from getting out! American Mythology Productions releases a spooky special for Halloween with Three Stooges: The Curse of FrankenStooge, while Archie Comics pits Jughead against Sabrina the Teenage Witch in an epic prank fest in Jughead #10. But if even these are too scary […]

This Week’s Comics: Barbie is the New Pink

Oh my gosh, there are so many great books out this week, I don’t even know where to start! Action Lab Entertainment tells the beginnings of Lady Bug and Cat Noir in the trade paperback Miraculous Origins. Boom! Studios releases Garfield’s first original graphic novel with Garfield’s Big Fat Hairy Adventure, while Dark Horse Comics releases […]

Privacy in the Digital Age, A Look at IN CASE YOU MISSED IT by author Sarah Darer Littman

What if you kept a diary and suddenly everyone could read what you had said in private? That’s the question posed in IN CASE YOU MISSED IT by author Sarah Darer Littman. Today she is here to talk about her latest book and the idea of privacy in an increasingly open and online world. Did […]

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Spring 2017 Showcase and Giveaway

Beyond the people I work with and the people this blog has led me to get to know, by far the best aspect of blogging for TLT is the constant influx of books. All of the books I get end up going back out the door in some fashion—to teen readers I know, to classroom […]

Win 5 from Merit Press

Want to win some books? I feel like giving some away today. I have 2 ARC and 3 Hardback copies of titles new or coming soon from Merit Press. Just leave a comment below by Friday (10/21/2016) to be entered to win. Be sure an leave a Twitter or email contact so I can contact […]

This Week’s Comics: Space Battle Korgi

New releases this week walk a little on the creepy side with the festival of frights just around the corner. Drawn and Quarterly brings out the next volume of yokai goodness with Kitaro Meets Nurarihyon, while Archie Comics has more Halloween hijinks in World of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #63. Viz Media releases another compilation […]

This Week’s Comics: Enchanted Tiki Scouts

Haunt your local comic book store for some of this week’s new releases. Archie Comics gets their scare on with Betty and Veronica Friends Halloween Annual Digest #251. Dynamite Entertainment reintroduces an iconic character with Betty Boop #1, and Tundra Books has a new series for emerging readers featuring a waffle loving Narwhal and his […]

This Week’s Comics: Star Over the Stone Forest

You won’t know where to start after seeing all the new releases out this week! Archie Comics continues their reboots with a new look for Josie and the Pussycats. Marvel Comics releases the complete collection of the Mini Marvels, and Toonhound Studios brings some education to maritime lore with Baggywrinkles A Lubber’s Guide to Life […]

This Week’s Comics: Star Over the Stone Forest

You won’t know where to start after seeing all the new releases out this week! Archie Comics continues their reboots with a new look for Josie and the Pussycats. Marvel Comics releases the complete collection of the Mini Marvels, and Toonhound Studios brings some education to maritime lore with Baggywrinkles A Lubber’s Guide to Life […]

Recently in Book Mail + a Giveaway

The following are books that have arrived here recently. I’ll be reviewing many of them in the upcoming months. Head on over to the Rafflecopter to be entered to win one package of three books from this list! You can also enter by retweeting this post or following me (@CiteSomething) on Twitter! US entries only, […]

This Week’s Comics: Take Over the World Time

“Fall”ing behind on your weekly releases? Pick up some of the trades out this week! Action Lab Entertainment lets the dogs out with the first trade of Action Lab Dog of Wonder. DC Comics collects their digital first series Adventures of Supergirl for fans of the TV series, and Marvel Comics releases their huge trade […]

This Week’s Comics: Presidential Ghosts

As the days grow longer and the air gets nippier, this week’s new releases bring the comfort of fresh comics to warm the soul. DC Comics continues their critical hit Gotham Academy with Second Semester #1 starting a new arc. Marvel Comics doubles the Guardian goodness with Marvel Universe Guardians of the Galaxy #12 and Rocket […]

Kicky’s Post It Note Reviews: THE FIXES, ENTER TITLE HERE, SEVEN DAYS OF YOU, THREE DARK CROWNS and THE SUN IS ALSO A STAR

It’s time once again for a new installment of Kicky’s Post It Note Reviews. The Teen reads a book from her TBR pile and leaves it on my desk with her Post It Note review. It’s a very sophisticated process. I always like to know what actual teenagers think about books and since I am […]

This Week’s Comics: Crazy CatBird Princess

This week’s list has gone to the dogs! And cats, and lots of monsters. Dynamite Entertainment continues to adapt internet animal sensations to comics with the release of the first issue of Boo: The World’s Cutest Dog. First Second releases a new take on the Jack the Giant Killer fairy tale with Mighty Jack, and […]

Setting a New Default for Readers and Myself: A Guest Post by LABYRINTH LOST author Zoraida Cordova

Today we are very honored to host a guest post by LABYRINTH LOST author Zoraida Córdova. Labyrinth Lost is book one in the Brooklyn Brujas series published by Sourcebooks Fire. It is the story of Alex, a girl who wants to reject her magical destiny and in doing so banishes her family to another plane […]

What’s New in LGBTQIA+ YA September and October 2016

It’s time for another roundup for new and forthcoming YA (and sometimes not YA) books featuring LGBTQIA+ characters.  The titles I’m including here have LGBTQIA+ main characters as well as secondary characters (in some cases parents). Know of a title I missed in this list? Or know of a forthcoming title that should be on my […]

This Week’s Comics: Prehistoric Edition

So much good stuff is coming out this week, it’s hard to know where to start—or stop! DC Comics releases the first annual for Gotham Academy, in which a case threatens to break up the detective club. First Second has the second volume of Secret Coders, titled Paths and Portals, a great introduction to programming. […]