Make Ahead Meals, by Michael Smith.
Looking for fresh ways to save time and still
turn out great-tasting meals? Smith knows
what you are up against and is here to help
keep time on your side in the kitchen. This
book is packed with more than 100 recipes
that take the stress out of cooking. Every recipe features ideas and tips on how to cook
ahead to save time. (September 1)
Secret Garden Artist’s Edition: 20 Drawings
to Color and Frame, by Johanna Basford.
This new release features 20 beautiful pull-out
prints for colouring and framing. Based on the
lovely designs from the original Secret Garden,
this new artist’s edition features larger scaled
designs and thick card stock for easy display.
The Illegal, by Lawrence Hill. Keita Ali is desperate to flee the mountainous black island
that produces the fastest marathoners in the
world. He signs on with notorious marathon
agent Anton Hamm, who provides Keita with
a chance to run the Boston Marathon in
return for a huge cut of the winning purse. But
Eating and reading
when Keita fails to place among the top finishers, he goes into hiding in Freedom State.
Keita can be safe only if he keeps moving and
eludes Hamm and the officials who would
deport him to his own country, where
he will face certain death. (September 8)
Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard,
Book 1: The Sword of Summer, by Rick
Riordan. This first book in a new series
introduces readers to Magnus Chase, who
has always been a troubled kid. Since his
mother’s mysterious death, he’s lived alone
on the streets of Boston, surviving by his
wits. One day, he’s tracked down by a stranger
who tells Magnus he is the son of a Norse god.
To prevent a full-on war, Magnus must search
the Nine Worlds for a weapon that has been
lost for thousands of years. (July 28)
Other books available for young readers this
September/October include Nail Style Studio
and LEGO Chain Reactions, both from Klutz,
and Captain Underpants and the Sensational
Saga of Sir Stinks-A-Lot, by Dav Pilkey.
—Stephanie E. Ponder
THIS ISSUE’S BOOK Buyer’s
pick is The Readers of Broken
Wheel Recommend, by
Katarina Bivald. When
28-year-old Sara from Sweden
visits Amy, her elderly pen
pal in Broken Wheel, Iowa,
This charming novel is a real
treat as it features a young woman
with an insatiable love of reading who
wants to share that passion with a
handful of quirky characters in a small
town. As all book lovers know, the
right books will change your life. And
in the process of picking out books for
her new friends, Sara ends up building
a new life for herself.
The Readers of Broken Wheel
Recommend is available now in all
Costco warehouses. C
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Ages 8 & up
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