J.otto Seibold, acclaimed illustrator of Olive, the Other Reindeer, and Siobhan Vivian have brought us Dagmar, a young vampire. Dagmar is a “gentle soul” and doesn’t do many “vampirey things.” Dagmar is, in fact, a vegetarian with a passion for candy. When a skeleton friend explains to Dagmar about Halloween, the young vampire must face
Our first newsletter is now online! You can view it here. Along with book reviews, the highlights of this issue of the newsletter include an interview with author Claire Lazebnik, whose book The Smart One and the Pretty One is out this month from Hachette, and Amy’s remembrances of Anne of Green Gables in honor
Thank you to everyone who came to our Grand Opening open house this past Saturday, Sept. 6. We had a great turn out and a fun time! You can see pictures of this event and our Sept. 3 ribbon cutting ceremony here.
Reading Rock Books was featured in an article in today’s edition of the Dickson Herald. If you didn’t get a copy, you can read the article online here. It’s a really wonderful article. Many thanks to Pat Kimbro and the Herald!
World War II has just ended and Juliet Ashton’s wartime newspaper columns have been collected into one volume. As she ends her book tour, Juliet is in search of a subject of her next book when she receives a letter from Dawsey Adams. Dawsey has come upon a book that Juliet once owned, in which
On the surface, The Heretic’s Daughter is a novel of the Salem Witch Trials. Framed by an introductory letter to her granddaughter, Sarah Carrier tells the story of her childhood in Andover during the 1690’s. Sarah’s mother, Martha Carrier, has the distinction of having been called a “rampant hag” during the trials by none other