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The Life of Poet Edna St. Vincent Millay

By Krystyna Poray Goddu

A Girl Called Vincent introduces middle-grade readers to the important American poet Edna St. Vincent Millay and traces Vincent’s incredible journey from a unique and talented girl to an international celebrity and Pulitzer Prize–winning poet.  A Maine native, Millay embodied the modern, liberated woman in the first half of the 20th century, captivating Americans with her beauty, talent, and panache.

Chicago Review Press

9781613731727             Hardcover             $18.99

Publication Date: April 2016 

Contact: Niki Stuckmann, IPG Marketing,


By Shannon Gilligan (Warren, VT) 

Princess Peregrine Yvette has the manners of a gentlelady, but the kneecaps of a troll.  Choices within the book lead to multiple endings detailing Princess Perri’s first time at camp. Warren, Vermont resident Shannon Gilligan based Princess Island’s geography on Providence Island in Lake Champlain—a true haven for adventure. Ages 5-8 years


9781937133504             Paperback                      $7.99

Publication Date: December 1, 2015

Contact: Elizabeth Adelman,



By Luanne Rice (CT, NY)

Sisters Roo and Tilly are best friends growing up in Hubbard’s Point, Connecticut. After a horrific car accident, doctors think Roo is in a coma, but she is suffering from locked-in syndrome. Tilly is the only person who can solve the mystery of her sister's condition, but she must grapple with overwhelming guilt and growing feelings for Roo's boyfriend.  Ages 12 and up


9780545839556             Hardcover                $18.99

Publication Date: February 23, 2016 

Contact: Margaret Hilton:



By Yona Zeldis McDonough

A widowed mother and writer uproots her two children and moves to a small town in New Hampshire where her parents have left her a house.  While getting settled, she uncovers a love letter written to her mother in a handwriting she knows is not her father’s. As she attempts to piece together what happened, she is also drawn to the story of Ruth Blay, who in 1768 was the last woman hanged in the state. Blay's crime? Concealing the birth of an illegitimate child.

New American Library/Penguin

9780451475381                  Paperback              $15.00

Publication Date: February 2, 2016   

Contact: Caitlin Valenziano,


A Novel

By Justin Tussing (Portland ME) 

Vexation Lullaby is a major literary stunner and pure raw pleasure from start to finish.”—Lily King, author of Euphoria

"Vexation Lullaby is about the transformational power of music, as it tells the story of two men drawn into the orbit of a Dylanesque songwriter and performer... This is a lively, moving story by an author who clearly understands what it means to deeply love music." —Carol Schneck Varner, Bookseller, Schuler Books and Music

Catapult, Distributed by PGW

9781936787388             Paperback Original          $16.95

Publication Date: April 12, 2016

Contact: Jennifer Abel Kovitz,



Book 4 in the Grace deHaviland Bounty Hunter Series

By David DeLee (Nashua, NH)

Under arrest and on trial for murder, Grace deHaviland might have laughed off the irony of being out on bail, her being a bounty hunter and all. But when an old enemy comes gunning for her—literally—by blowing up her car, targeting her closest friends for death, and then, makes the biggest mistake of all—takes BCI Agent Eugene Booker hostage, Grace takes matters into her own hands. She jumps bail. 

Dark Road Publishing

9780692583333             Paperback             $17.99       

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