Maine In Print: Most Recent
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- YA=Young Adult books
|Kestenbaum, Stuart||How to Start Over: poems||Poetry||
Collection by the Maine Poet Laureate
|Zelz, Eric, illustrator||Read This Book If You Don't Want a Story||Children/YA||
Mr. Book tries very hard to offer no words, thrills, laughter, adventure, no story at all in this rhyming picture book. Illustrator Zelz lives in Maine.
|Tilbury House Publishers||2019|
|Higgins, Ryan T.||Bruce's Big Storm||Children/YA||
Blue bear Bruce does not like neighbors, but a fierce storm brings many of them to his front door and into his house for shelter and comfort. Now what? Author and illustrator Ryan T. Higgins lives in Maine.
|Cocca-Leffler, Maryann||Same Way Ben||Children/YA||
Ben likes things the same way - every day. He wears the same overalls, sits at the same green table, and always eats chicken strips for lunch. When his teacher must be away for weeks, things change... Author/illustrator Cocca-Leffler lives in a coastal Maine town.
|Albert Whitman & Co.||2019|
|Dandro, Travis||King of King Court||Non-fiction||
In this graphic memoir cartoonist Dandro recounts his childhood and teen years in Leicester, Massachusetts. He lives in Maine with his family.
|Drawn & Quarterly||2019|
|Panepinto, Lisa||where i come from the fish have souls||Poetry||Spuyten Duyvil||2019|
|Flahive, Jean M.||Teddy Roosevelt, Millie and the Elegant Ride||Children/YA||
Millie lives on a small Maine farm but she has big dreams. When the electric trolley comes to her community her world changes. Historical fiction based on an encounter between Theodore Roosevelt and a young girl who presented him flowers. Roosevelt was a passenger on the Narcissus. The trolley is restored and on view at the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport.
|Indie Author Books||2019|
|Butler, Shannon, editor||All is Calm: A Maine Christmas Reader||Non-fiction Fiction Poetry||
Selection of essays, stories and poems from 1863-2019 reflecting the Christmas season in Maine. The editor grew up in Aroostook County and lives in Kennebunk. (She spends every Christmas in Caribou.)
|Culley, Betty||Three Things I Know are True||Fiction Children/YA||
Jonah is seventeen when he accidentally shoots himself with his neighbor's gun. The sad and devastating aftermath is told through this novel in verse. The author is an also an RN who lives in central Maine.
|Youngdahl, Shana||As Many Nows As I Can Get||Fiction Children/YA||
Scarlett and David have been friends since they were little, but the summer before they leave for college they begin a lightning strike romance. The story moves between the past and present in this debut novel. The author teaches at the University of Maine at Farmington.