mercredi 4 février 2009

What's new at RWB

Its a freezing start to this month but we have stacks of new books that can keep you company at home and away from the cold. But before giving you the list, I wanted to share the news that we will soon post up the revised rules for the 8th annual Red Wheelbarrow Children's Writing Contest. One of the more important changes, I can already tell you is that, this year the deadline for the submission of entries has been extended from April 1st to May 1st. Keep reading the blog for further information.

Now for those books..

New in Nonfiction
1. Byron in Love by Edna O'Brien
2.Up From History: The Life of Booker T. Washington by Robert Norrell
3. The Forever War by Dexter Filkins
4. The Dark Side by Jane Mayer
5. Angels and Ages by Adam Gopnik
6. The Widow Clicquot by Tilar J. Mazeo
7. Love's Civil War: Elizabeth Bowen and Charles Ritchie: Letters and Diaries 1941-9173 edited by Victoria Glendinning
8. Passing Strange by Martha Sandweiss
9. Great Powers: America and the World After Bush by Thomas Barnett
10. Fidel and Che: A Revolutionary Friendship by Simon Reid-Henry

New in Fiction (Hardcover and Trade Paperback)
1. The Women by T.C. Boyle
2. The Devil's Brood by Sharon Penman
3. The Associate by John Grisham
4. The Naqib's Daughter by Samia Serageldin
2. The Other Queen by Philippa Gregory
3. The Truth about Love by Josephine Hart
4. The Help by Kathryn Stockett
5. UFO in her Eyes by Xiaolu Guo
6. The Chalk Circle Man by Fred Vargas
7. The Great Lover by Jill Dawson

New in Fiction Paperback
1. The Miracle at Speedy Motors by Alexander McCall Smith
2. Death at Intervals by Jose Saramago
3. Sorrows of an Amerian by Siri Hustvedt
4. A Partisan's Daughter by Louis de Bernieres
5. The Housekeeper and the Professor by Yoko Ogawa
6. Beaufort by Ron Leshem
7.The Room of Lost Things by Stella Duffy
8. Enchantress of Florence by Salman Rushdie
9. The Last Queen by C.W. Gortner
10. Submarine by Joe Dunthorne
11. God's Own Country by Ross Raisin

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