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By Ruth Sanderson (Easthampton, MA)

When the Snow Princess sets off to see the world, Father Frost and Mother Spring warn her never to fall in love, lest she lose her immortality. She journeys alone through many lands, keeping her heart cold, but finds herself drawn to a kind and handsome young shepherd named Sergei. The Snow Princess begins to fall in love with him, but her parents’ warning haunts her dreams, and she must finally decide her own fate in the chaos of a powerful snowstorm that threatens Sergei’s life. Ages 3 – 8

Crocodile Books

9781566569859        Hardcover      $17.95

Publication Date: September 2014

Contact: Moira Megargee,


By Josephine Angelini

Lily Proctor’s world in Salem, Massachusetts is killing her. Her life-threatening allergies are ruining her teen life.  That is until she suddenly finds herself in a different Salem – one overrun with Horrifying creatures and ruled by powerful women called Crucibles. Strongest and cruelest of all is Lillian . . . Lily’s other self in this alternate universe. Ages - Teen

Feiwel and Friends, an imprint of Macmillan

9781250050885       Hardcover        $17.99

Publication Date: September 2, 2014

Contact:  Elizabeth Fithian



By Hank Phillippi Ryan

The third installment in the bestselling Jane Ryland series, set in Boston, by the multi-award winning author & Boston investigative reporter. A Library Journal starred review says, “Drop everything and binge read!” A spine-chilling, heartbreaking story of financial manipulation, the terror of foreclosures, and the primal need for home and family.


9780765374936           Hardcover          $24.99

Publication Date: October 7, 2014

Contact: Alexis Saarela,



The Best Mountaineering Stories from the Appalachia Journal

Edited by Christine Woodside (Deep River, CT)

This anthology collects the most riveting, real-life adventure stories from Appalachia, America’s oldest mountaineering and conservation journal. Each of these essays, published from 1877 to the present, chronicles a tale of explorers who push the limitsundefinedof endurance, weather, altitude, or personal achievement. Freak accidents, legendary perseverance, and singularly colorful personalities as well as climbing luminaries such as Bradford Washburn, Elizabeth Knowlton, and Fritz Wiessner all figure into this fascinating, illustrated collection.

Appalachian Mountain Club Books

9781628420210 Paperback  $18.95

Publication Date: October 21, 2014

Contact: Ryan Dorsey,



ISSUE 34, Spring 2015-Spring 2016

Theitic is a prominent member of the New England Pagan community who assumed publication of The Witches’ Almanac when Elizabeth Pepper died in 2005. Founded in 1971, the Almanac is at one level, a pop reference that will fascinate anyone interested in folklore, mythology, and culture, but at another, it is the most sophisticated and wide-ranging annual guide for the Wiccan enthusiast.

The Witches’ Almanac

9781881098157          Paperback           $12.95

Publication Date: September 2014

Contact: Bonni Hamilton,


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