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Caryn Wiseman
Senior Agent
caryn@andreabrownlit.com

SMART, ROMANTIC YA WITH SCI-FI ELEMENT: Tamara Ireland Stone's TIME BETWEEN US and its companion novel, TIME AFTER TIME, in which a teenage girl falls in love with a boy from the near future who can take her anywhere in the world at the speed of thought, but while his unique ability to travel through space and time has brought them together, they both know that time will inevitably call him back and rip them apart. (Disney-Hyperion, 2012)

YA WITH SUPERNATURAL TWIST: FLUTTER author Gina Linko's INDIGO, in which a 17-year old girl moves to moody, atmospheric New Orleans with her family following the death of her sister; a death that she believes she caused, until she meets a boy, who convinces her that, rather than taking life, her touch has the power to give life. (Random House, 2013)

EMOTIONALLY POWERFUL, CONTEMPORARY YA: Amy Fellner Dominy's A MATTER OF HEART, about a sixteen-year-old who is on track to win the state swim championships and qualify for the Olympic trials when a fainting incident at a swim meet leads to the diagnosis of a deadly heart condition and forces her to discover who she is without the one thing that's defined her entire life. (Delacorte/Random House, 2015)

FUNNY AND AUTHENTIC MIDDLE GRADE: Tom Angleberger's ORIGAMI YODA series, in which a sixth-grade boy and his school friends are given advice about life, love, and friendship from an origami Yoda figure often found on the finger of their strange classmate. (Amulet/Abrams, ongoing)

MULTICULTURAL MIDDLE GRADE: Tara Sullivan's debut, GOLDEN BOY, in which a 12-year old albino boy, living in modern-day Tanzania, must leave his home and his family, when he is pursued by a bounty hunter. GOLDEN BOY explores a human rights tragedy that still exists today—the killing of albinos in Tanzania—in a personal and touching story of the ultimate outsider. (Putnam/Penguin, 2013)

HILARIOUS, UNIQUE CHAPTER BOOK SERIES: ADVENTURES OF JO SCHMO by Greg Trine, author of MELVIN BEEDERMAN, SUPERHERO. A new chapter book series starring a 9-year old girl from a long line of crime-fighters, living a normal fourth-grade life until she receives a mysterious package with a superhero cape, and her own crime-fighting adventures begin. (Harcourt/HMH, 2012)

PICTURE BOOK BIOGRAPHY: MANFISH author Jennifer Berne's THE BOY WHO RODE ON A BEAM OF LIGHT, a picture book biography of Albert Einstein that garnered six starred reviews. (Chronicle, 2013)

CLEVER, LAUGH-OUT-LOUD PICTURE BOOK: Husband-and-wife team Tom Angleberger and Cece Bell's CRANKEE DOODLE, a humorous look at American history through the eyes of a cranky yankee who has no desire to stick a feather in his hat or any of the rest. (Abrams, 2013)


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