The summer solstice officially arrives on June 20th at 6:34 a.m. EDT. But for most of us summer begins when kids are out of school. At least around here that means the first week of June.
It’s time to celebrate for the next two months with great giveaways and recommendations. To get things rolling is a giveaway of HATTER MADIGAN: GHOST IN THE H.A.T.B.O.X.
I reviewed this great new title last month so if you commented there or here you will be entered into the drawing for your copy. Just post your comment by June 9th. Good Luck!
This MG prequel to Hatter’s previous YA adventures should be a big hit. I could barely break away from the superb story telling. Here’s a trailer teaser to entice you even more…
What else is coming up?
I have new books from National Geographic to give away later this month. I will also continue my MMGM reviews with MG titles from the likes of Rosanne Parry, Melanie Conklin, Gavin Brown, Gordon Korman, Jen Swann Downey and Bart King. They’ve all written super summer escapism stories that young and old are sure to fall in love with.
It is supposed to hit 90 degrees in my town next week. I’m getting ready with my lounge chair, an ice tea, and a teetering stack of books. One problem: The view could slow up my reading just a little. Happy summer everyone!
Gorgeous view. Hatter sounds like a great adventure.
Good luck in the drawing. I hope it’s warming up where you are!
90 sounds good to me right now. We are supposed to get up to 108 this week in the Sacramento area. But that view would be very distracting. Beautiful. Thanks for telling me about Hatter Madigan. Sounds like a good one. Please let someone else win though. I am still way behind on my reading.
Wow. One hundreds are too hot for me. I have actually been doing a pretty good job at whittling down my pile of books to read to a manageable level. RIght now there’s only three TBR’s. It won’t last but gives me a chance to do more writing in the interim. Stay cool!
My mom said I need to read one book this summer and this look awesome.
It is, Jake. You can’t go wrong choosing HATTER for your summer reading. Good luck in the drawing.
I’m familiar with The Looking Glass Wars so meeting the younger Hatter should be fun.