Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Spirit of a Mountain Wolf reviewed in Library Media Connection

In its August/September 2014 issue, Library Media Connection reviewed Spirit of a Mountain Wolf, a book in Enslow's Scarlet Voyage imprint. Here is an excerpt of the review:

"The story maintains a pace that reluctant readers can easily follow. Readers will gain new insight of slavery and prostitution through the eyes of a child...Novice readers will enjoy the exploration of how social and religious practices shape Pakistan's way of life."

This title is available from your preferred vendor, local bookstore, scarletvoyage.com, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. This title is available in hardcover, paperback and eBook formats.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Paint Me a Monster reviewed in Library Media Connection

Library Media Connection reviewed Paint Me a Monster in its August/September 2014 issue. Here is an excerpt:

"This book is a tremendous coming-of-age story...The book is written in very short chapters that illustrate particular incidents in Rinny's life; it makes for a quick and compelling read. Baskin has a unique voice."

This title, part of Enslow's Scarlet Voyage imprint, is available from your preferred vendor, local bookstores, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Lost Republic reviewed in School Library Journal

The August 2014 issue of School Library Journal includes a review of Lost Republic. Here is an excerpt from that review:

"This work provides vast opportunities to discuss and compare the ethical issues of a tech-dependent world vs. one dependent on natural resources. Readers will enjoy this epic time travel adventure."

This title (and all titles in Enslow's Scarlet Voyage imprint,) are available through your preferred vendor, scarletvoyage.com, independent bookstores, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

YA Novels available in paperback

On September 1, Enslow's Scarlet Voyage imprint will release six of its hardcover titles in paperback.

Paint Me a Monster, Spirit of a Mountain Wolf, and What We Did for Love were reviewed by Kirkus, with Paint Me a Monster receiving a starred review. Code Name Komiko was included as a Junior Library Guild Selection. Freak City and In the River Darkness were both reviewed by Library Media Connection.

All of these titles are currently available as hardcover editions, as well as eBooks. They can be purchased through your preferred vendor, independent bookstores, scarletvoyage.com, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

New Scarlet Voyage title available soon

Lost Republic, written by Paul B. Thompson, is available for pre-order and will be arriving soon.

In 2055, the future has arrived and the past is departing as the last steamship in the world prepares to cross the Atlantic on its final voyage. Alongside, a great glittering solar-powered vessel sails, too—a beautiful ship filled with beautiful people. On board the steamer are eight teens—some dreamers, some desperate—for whom the last voyage of the S.S. Sir Guy Carleton is only a step on a longer journey.

Soon the ship is far out to sea, and every layer of modern technology fails. Each teen must rely on their own special skills to survive—but where? What is the strange island in the Atlantic, where no island exists? Who are the men who speak an ancient tongue who capture the survivors of the stricken ship? With every breath a new mystery appears, and the desperate dreamers of the Carleton must find a way to live, or escape, the Lost Republic.

This science fiction/fantasy novel for YA readers will be available from your preferred vendor, scarletvoyage.com, bookstores, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Spirit of a Mountain Wolf reviewed

Booklist reviewed Spirit of a Mountain Wolf in their February 15, 2014 issue.

Here is an excerpt of the review:

"In this searing novel, Hawke follows Razaq through his ordeal, including his quest to find his uncle Javaid in a city that becomes his cage...Hawke convincingly shows how memories of the dead, love for his friend Tahira, and an unbreakable hope all give Razaq strength to transcend suffering. Eventually, he finds his 'inner light' by remembering who he is: a fearless mountain wolf."

This title is available from your preferred vendor, local bookstores, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. It is available in hardcover trade and as an eBook.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Review of Code Name Komiko

Here is an excerpt from the Code Name Komiko review which can be found in the February 2014 issue of School Library Journal:

"Readers who enjoy a light thriller will appreciate this offering."

This title, and the other Scarlet Voyage titles, are available through your preferred vendor, local bookstores, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. It is available in hardcover trade and as an eBook.