Sunday, January 17, 2010

New Books

Well, old and new. But time for some new colors!

18 comments:

Amy said...

Red seems to be a popular color these days!

mallard said...

Purples and Reds...Do you organize your books by some complicated color scheme? If you pulled back would it be like one of those images that's really made up of lots of smaller pictures?

Merry Monteleone said...

Al Capone Does my Shirts is the first one... I always have a problem naming these - I think because I pay more attention to the cover than the spine.

ae said...

Claret is the new pink. What a way to toast the New Year!

Liesl said...

I'm going to speculate on your identity based on your bookshelf.

Caroline Starr Rose said...

The eye is still watching...

Editorial Anonymous said...

What sort of speculation, Liesl?

Rose Green said...

Ooh, Jasper Dash and the Flame Pits of Delaware--what an awesome book!

Casey McCormick said...

Love the view!

Liesl said...

Speculation over. You are so anonymous!

Wendie O said...

Still no nonfiction on your bookshelf? (granted, some titles I can't read, so I can't be absolutely sure there is none) -w

Simon John Cox said...

Publishers obviously know that we humans are programmed to notice red...it's something to do with blood, I think.

I think that means I'm saying that your bookshelf looks like an open wound. Sorry.

Editorial Anonymous said...

Simon: LOL!

Wendie: I count four nonfiction (five if you count Ounce Dice Trice)

ae said...

In the Tall, Tall Grass by Fleming
All the World illustrated by Frazee
Flotsam illustrated by Wiesner (duhsville)

So that is three ...can't figure out the other

clues???

Barb

Anonymous said...

I Am the Mesenger by Markus Zusak
Princess Academy by Sharon Hale
There Are Cats in This Book Viviane Schwarz
The Wee Free Men by Terry Prachett

Tamara said...

Oh! Second one in, Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins.
The first time I ever marked the release date of a book on my calendar. Rushed out to purchase it and completely devoured it the first day.
Can't wait for the last book of the series to come out!

bethgreenway said...

At first glance:

Al Capone Does My Shirts
Catching Fire
The Thief Lord
Dovey Coe
Flotsam
The Wee Free Men
Briar Rose?? by Jane Yolen
The Messenger??? by Lois Lowry
Princess Academy
All the World
(hmmm, did EA edit any of these books?)

wheelmaker said...

I see several of my favorites in there, including the Hilary McKay book - Forever Rose or Permanent Rose? - and Stitches, by David Small!