Posts Tagged ‘book trailer’

Book Trailer Thursday: Across the Universe

May 26, 2011

Check out Across the Universe by Beth Revis—definitely one of the best YA book jackets of the past year. Seriously, I cannot stop looking at it. Looking at it right now…still looking at it…okay. I stopped. Nope, false alarm. Still looking at it…

Book Trailer Thursday: You Killed Wesley Payne

May 12, 2011

Reading this right now and it is pretty awesome–look for a BRR on it in a few weeks.

Check out You Killed Wesley Payne by Sean Beaudoin.

Book Trailer Thursday: Abandon

April 28, 2011

You know we are big Meg Cabot fans here at the Davenport Public Library, so we are V. EXCITED to read her newest book, Abandon, which is a modern retelling of the Greek myth about Persephone.

And did you hear that Meg Cabot will be in Cedar Rapids on Tuesday July 12th at 7:00 p.m. at Ballantyne Auditorium, Kirkwood College?!!! This summer is going to be AWESOME.

Book Trailer Thursday: The Emperor of Nihon-Ja

April 21, 2011

Reserve your copy of Book Ten: The Emperor of Nihon-Ja by John Flanagan–this is the final book in the Ranger’s Apprentice series! No worries though, see the article: “John Flanagan to Release ‘Ranger’s Apprentice: The Lost Stories” on Galleycat to check on Mr. Flanagan’s newest projects.

Book Trailer Thursday: Scorpia Rising: The Final Mission

March 17, 2011

How intense was that?! I have to be honest and say that I have yet to read any Alex Rider books, but this trailer totally sucked me in.

The Alex Rider books are crazy popular so hurry up reserve your copy of Scorpia Rising by Anthony Horowitz NOWZ!

Book Trailer Thursday: Cloaked

March 10, 2011

Did you see Beastly last week and now you are craving more Alex Flinn magic? Read Cloaked! Sure am looking forward to those talking animals, yup, talking animals are THE BEST.

Book Trailer Thursday: Monsters of Men

March 3, 2011

I have heard FANTASTIC things about the Chaos Walking series by Patrick Ness–and after watching this book trailer for the final installment of the series, Monsters of Men, I think my heart will be pumping so hard while I read that I can officially count it as cardio! Bonus! This series seems to especially appeal to fans of The Hunger Games and other dystopian novels.