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The New York Times bestseller BEAUTIFUL CREATURES is in a movie tie in edition! The cinematic adaptation of Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl's YA supernatural romance stars Alden Ehrenreich, Alice Englert, as well as Emmy Rossum, Jeremy Irons, Emma Thompson, Viola Davis, Thomas Mann, and ZoeyDeutch. In theaters February 2013!
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Clare's Mortal Instruments series has captured the imaginations and loyalty of hundreds of thousands of YA readers, and a feature film is planned for 2013. In ththis edition, a collection of YA authors write about the series and its world
A powerful and romantic teen novel, which has sold more than 125,000 copies in the US. For 16 year old Tris, the world changes in a heartbeat when she's forced to make a terrible choice. Full of suspense, honesty and innocence, set in a futuristic society. Ages: 13+
The sequel to the New York Times bestseller Divergent. In a world that's falling apart. Tris turns to the future in this supernatural fantasy novel. Ages: 13+
When sun flares hit the Earth, intense heat, toxic radiation and flooding followed, wiping out much of the human race. Those who survived live in basic communities in the mountains, hunting for food. For Mark and his friends, surviving is difficult, and then an enemy arrives, infecting people with a highly contagious virus.
Thousands die, and the virus is spreading. Worse, it's mutating, and people are going crazy. It's up to Mark and his friends to find the enemy \- and a cure \- before the Flare infects them all \.
THE LITTLE PRINCE by ANTOINE SAINT-EXUPÉRY celebrates its 70TH BIRTHDAY.
This children’s classic, first published in 1943, has become a world classic and has been translated into more than 250 languages and dialects. (Spain/Portugal/Italy)
In "The Further Tale of Peter Rabbit", a new tale written by Emma Thompson, Peter's adventures take him beyond the boundaries of Mr McGregor's garden all the way to Scotland. Here he meets the gentle giant Finlay McBurney, a distant Scottish relative, and much entertainment ensues.
The Further Tale of Peter Rabbit is the bunny's first foray into the world since 1930. It's also the first authorized Peter Rabbit story to be written by someone other than Beatrix Potter. Thompson shares her childhood memories of reading Peter Rabbit and discusses how she went about preserving Potter's singular writing style.
Emma Thompson isn't just an Oscar-winning actress; she's also an Oscar-winning writer. Thompson authored the 1995 film adaptation of Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility, and now she's taken on another period project — reviving the classic children's book character Peter Rabbit.
Beatrix Potter first brought the mischievous bunny to life in 1902 with tales of stealing lettuce and making trouble. Now, Thompson's version takes Peter Rabbit across the Scottish countryside. Not surprisingly, it opens with Peter Rabbit contemplating an adventure in which he's sure to break a lot of rules.