Tuesday, December 11, 2012

New Mysteries for Kids and Teens This Winter

Way back in September, I did a post on the new mysteries that were coming out this fall. Well, I can't believe it, but with the 14 inches of snow we just got yesterday in my part of Wisconsin...well, I guess it's true: winter is HERE.

The good thing is that means a whole new batch of mystery to snuggle up on the couch to read. They are pinned over on Pinterest, on a page appropriately titled, "New Mysteries for Kids and Teens (Winter 2012-2013)."

Here are the ones I'm "dying" to read. (Sorry. Bad mystery pun. I didn't get enough sleep. :-P)

1950, New Orleans, and the daughter of a prostitute caught between an elite college and clandestine underworld.

It takes place in Wisconsin! And there are passenger pigeons! Also a missing sister and a sharpshooter girl.
My students can't get enough of Jacqueline Davies Lemonade War series. This one sound great--a little exploration about what personal information should be made public or stay private.
How about you? What are you hoping to read?

W.H. Beck is a school librarian by day and a children's writer by night (well, actually, very early morning). Her first novel is Malcolm at Midnight, a funny middle grade mystery starring classroom pets at midnight. You can find her online at http://www.whbeck.com.

1 comment:

  1. I'm very exited about this new book in the lemonade war series.


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