SOLD! SPINELESS by Samantha San Miguel!

March 13th, 2019

Please help us congratulate Samantha San Miguel on the sale of SPINELESS!! From PW Children’s Bookshelf: Debut Rachael Stein at Sterling Children’s Books has acquired Spineless, a middle grade debut by Samantha San Miguel that follows Algie Emsworth, whose asthma takes him from 19th-century London to a health resort in the jungles of Florida. An aspiring naturalist, Algie […]

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Did you see the cover reveal for Kim Harrington?

February 4th, 2019
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I absolutely love Love LOVE this cover for Kim Harrington‘s next middle grade novel, REVENGE OF THE RED CLUB. Thanks to Kidliterati for hosting the cover reveal! Here’s the books description: Riley Dunne loves being a member–and leader–of the Red Club. It’s more than a group of girls supporting each other through Aunt Flo’s ups […]

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Welcome to Mayonn Paasewe-Valchev!

December 12th, 2018
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Welcome aboard to our newest KT Literary client, Mayonn Paasewe-Valchev! I met Mayonn at the recent Atlanta Writers Conference and she blew me away with her pitch for a middle grade magical realism about grief told in the West African oral tradition. I’m so excited to be working with her! Mayonn is working on her […]

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Happy Book Birthday to Wen Baragrey!

October 30th, 2018

Happy Book Birthday to Wen Baragrey whose debut middle grade novel, WHAT GOES UP, releases today from Random House Children’s Books! “A quirky, fun story set in a town filled with unique and amusing characters. Recommended to fans of Carl Hiaasen.” – School Library Journal “A quirky, heartwarming story of family and friendship.” – Kirkus […]

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New York Times review of THE DOOR TO THE LOST!

August 6th, 2018
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Congratulations to Jaleigh Johnson on the glowing, beautiful review of THE DOOR TO THE LOST in yesterday’s New York Times! “In a world called Talhaven, magic is used somewhat like electricity, after having been imported by the Vorans, mysterious wizards from another dimension, via a wormhole that one day self-destructed.” – NYTimes Jaleigh is a […]

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