BOOKS - September

Books, books, books.

For more book greatness - here's the August post, May, June and July, April, February and March, and January. Or! Just click here to browse through everything under the "books" tag.

Here are all the books that came out (or that I discovered) in September; things I want to read and add to my library...
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, illustrated by Alice Pattullo.
Hector and Hummingbird by Nicholas John Frith.
Deep Dark Fears by Fran Krause.
Fable Comics by Charise Mericle Harper.
Tree: Seasons Come, Seasons Go by Patricia Hegarty, illustrated by Britta Teckentrup.
Paulina & Fran by Rachel B. Glaser.
Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, illustrated by Andrea D'Aquino.
McToad Mows Tiny Island by Tom Angleberger, illustrated by John Hendrix.
T-Veg: The Tale of a Carrot Crunching Dinosaur by Smriti Prasadam-Halls, illustrated by Katherina Manolessou.
The Marvels by Brian Selznick.
Lady Pancake & Sir French Toast by Josh Funk, illustrated by Brendan Kearney.
How Many Legs? by Kes Gray, illustrated by Jim Field.
Help! the Wolf Is Coming! by C'Dric Ramadier and Vincent Bourgeau.
Imaginary Fred by Eoin Colfer, illustrated by Oliver Jeffers.
Everyone Loves Bacon by Kelly DiPucchio, illustrated by Eric Wight.
Undermajordomo Minor by Patrick deWitt.
Vengeance Road by Erin Bowman.
I Want to Eat Your Books by Karin Lefranc and Tyler Parker.
Waiting by Kevin Henkes.
Now for the (few) books I read in September.

American Gods by Neil Gaiman (I'm so excited for the tv show).
And this adorable picture book - Big Bear Little Chair by Lizi Boyd.


BOOKS - August (including MY BOOK!!!)

Almost two years ago (I can't believe that it was almost two years ago), I was just about to get my wisdom teeth out when I got an email from a completely and utterly wonderful editor at Chronicle Books. She asked if I'd be interested in curating a book of cat illustrations (and quotations) for them. 

I said yes. 

Now it exists! 

If you like cats, illustration, quotes, any of the artists in the book, or me.... please buy it!

And here is a list of all the absurdly awesome illustrators whose cats you'll find in the book: Flora ChangLydia Nichols, Leah Goren, Thereza Rowe, Gemma CorrellDenise Gallagher, Jing Wei, Allison Kerek, Camilla Perkins, Lesley Barnes, Anke Weckmann, Laura Berger, Catherine Campbell, Anne Emond, Blanca Gómez, Nick Shepherd, Annie Seo, Monika Forsberg, Jessica Swift, Emily DoveMichéle Brummer Everett, Emily Isabella, Audrey Jeanne, Evah Fan, Julia Bereciartu, Sarah Goodreau, Danielle Kroll, Jamie Shelman, Mike Lowery, Caitlyn Murphy, Julianna Brion, Sarah Andreacchio, Monica Ramos, Victoria Fernandez, Ellen Giggenbach, Cindy Suen, Stephanie Baxter, Nan Lawson, Jen Collins, Llew Mejia, Albert + Marie, Allison Cole, Kate Wilson, Zutto, Fuchsia Macaree, The Little Friends of Printmaking, Julie Van Wezemael, Sarah WalshJoana Rosa Bragança, Jane Ormes, Brigette Barrager, and Alice Ferrow.
Now for all the other books that came out in August that I want to read and add to my library...

The Little Gardener by Emily Hughes.
Sonya's Chickens by Phoebe Wahl.
Mad About Monkeys by Owen Davey.
Bright-Eyed At Midnight by Leslie Stein.
Bug in a Vacuum by Melanie Watt.
Boo-La-La Witch Spa by Samantha Berger, illustrated by Isabel Roxas.
Toby and the Ice Giants by Joe Lillington.
Tickle Monster by Edouard Manceau.
I'm a Girl! by Yasmeen Ismail.
I Will Chomp You! by Jory John, illustrated by Bob Shea.
Charley Harper's Book of Colors by Zoe Burke, illustrated by Charley Harper.
How to Be a Dog by Jo Williamson.
The Good Little Book by Kyo Maclear, illustrated by Marion Arbona.
The School of Art: Learn How to Make Great Art with 40 Simple Lessons by Teal Triggs, illustrated by Daniel Frost (I don't even want art lessons, but I love the illustrations by Daniel Frost).
There Was an Old Dragon Who Swallowed a Knight by Penny Parker Klostermann, illustrated by Ben Mantle.

For more book greatness - here's the May, June and July postAprilFebruary and March, and January. Or! Just click here to browse through everything under the "books" tag.