Adult Fiction, NetGalley Reviews, Romance, Series

Until Tomorrow by Abbie Williams

Ages 16+

shore leave

The seventh book in the Shore Leave Cafe series, this is a story about a woman who is determined to get her life back. Tish Gordon finds her true love in the hospital after a fire, and she is determined to find out who is responsible for the devastation. Doing so, however, will unearth the secrets of her past. Ruthann leaves her fiance at home, and travels to come help her sister Tish. However, Ruthann finds romance where she’s least expecting it.

Thanks to Netgalley for a review copy of this book.

Independent Reading, NetGalley Reviews, Series

Polly Diamond and the Magic Book by Alice Kuipers

Grades 2-4
polly diamond

Polly Diamond loves writing stories. When a magic book appears out of nowhere, she is so excited to learn that it can make the things she writes happen in real life. Filled with fun images and easy to read text, this book is sure to be a winner with the young-reader crowd!

Thanks to Netgalley for a review copy of this book.

Historical Fiction, Middle Grade Fiction, Series

Abigail Adams: Pirate of the Caribbean by Steve Sheinkin

Grades 3-6

abigail adams

This book is a fresh new way to teach kids about history. Centered around the time period of Abigail Adams, the story follows Abby, a history student whose friends think history is boring. When she hears this, Abigail Adams goes on a mission to change their minds! She escapes the White House and becomes a Caribbean Pirate. Can Abby fix history before it’s too late?

Thanks to School Library Journal for a review copy of this book.

Romance, Series, YA Fiction

Finding Perfect by Kendra C. Highley

Grades 9-12

finding perfect

Paige Westfield has just gotten a D on her calc test, and is desperate to raise her grade. It seems the only option is for her to contract Ben Franklin to be her tutor. And yes, he’s related to THE Ben Franklin. Paige knows Ben is trouble, but she’s willing to help him get his act together if he helps her. It’s the perfect arrangement – or is it? Read Finding Perfect to find out!