Undated 2025 New Releases

 

 










 
The Good Vampire's Guide to Blood and Boyfriends by Jamie D'Amato (Wednesday Books)
Vicki Lame and Vanessa Aguirre at Wednesday Books have acquired, in a two-book deal, at auction, The Good Vampire's Guide to Blood and Boyfriends by debut author Jamie D'Amato. In this YA rom-com, the last thing Brennan expects after surviving serious depression is to wake up as a vampire. Now he has to navigate not only college, but also bloodthirsty instincts, vampire clans who may not be as "good" as they claim, and feelings for the cute boy who is helping him keep his secret. Publication is planned for winter 2025; John Cusick at Folio Literary Management sold North American rights.

When We Were Missing by April Henry (Ottaviano)
Christy Ottaviano at Little, Brown/Ottaviano has acquired, in an exclusive submission, two YA thrillers by April Henry. In Stay Dead, 16-year-old Milan is determined to uncover the truth after her senator parents are murdered. In When We Were Missing, Willow finds a camera card filled with photos of teen girls—all with fear on their faces. Publication is set for winter 2024 and winter 2025; Wendy Schmalz at the Wendy Schmalz Agency sold world rights.

The Red Car to Hollywood by Jennie Liu (Carolrhoda)
Amy Fitzgerald at Lerner/Carolrhoda has bought The Red Car to Hollywood, a YA novel by Jennie Liu (Girls on the Line; Like Spilled Water). In 1920s Los Angeles, 16-year-old Ruby Chan is struggling to balance her first-generation parents' expectations with her own dreams; her plans shift when she strikes up a friendship with young movie star Anna May Wong. Publication is planned for spring 2025; Shannon Hassan at Marsal Lyon Literary Agency brokered the deal for world rights.

Graduation Day by Mary Shyne (Henry Holt) - YA graphic novel.
Brian Geffen at Henry Holt has acquired, at auction, Schulz Studio artist Mary Shyne's YA graphic novel debut, Graduation Day. Reminiscent of Palm Springs crossed with John Hughes, this coming-of-age rom-com set in the Chicago suburbs tells the story of Chris O'Brien, who finds himself stuck in a time loop with his former friend Alicia Ochoa on their high school graduation day. Publication is scheduled for winter 2025; Anjali Singh at Ayesha Pande Literary negotiated the deal for world rights.

Stunt Girl by Nora Neus (Little, Brown) - YA graphic novel.
Andrea Colvin at Little, Brown has acquired world rights to historical fiction YA graphic novel Stunt Girl by Nora Neus, in which real-life historical figure Nell Nelson—one of the early undercover female journalists called stunt girls—investigates working conditions in the garment factories of New York City in the summer of 1888, while also falling in love with real-life historical figure and queer icon Alice Austen, the first female street photographer. Julie Robine will illustrate; publication is set for winter 2025. Wendi Gu at Sanford J. Greenburger Associates represented Neus, and Tanya McKinnon at McKinnon Literary represented Robine.

Love Light by Mela Rogers (Henry Holt) - YA graphic novel.
Dana Chidiac at Henry Holt has bought world rights to Love Light by Mela Rogers, a debut YA graphic novel set in a world where a beacon of light connects each person's heart to their soulmate's; Meredith’s parents are Light fanatics, so she is shocked when she falls for a girl who is not her soulmate, and when she meets her actual soulmate, Meredith must choose between her faith and her first love. Publication is set for winter 2025; Chelsea Eberly at Greenhouse Literary Agency negotiated the deal.

Arcana by
Sam Prentice (Feiwel and Friends) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.
Rachel Diebel at Feiwel and Friends has bought Sam Prentice's debut YA graphic novel duology Arcana, a queer contemporary fantasy about a group of friends who are unknowing carriers of a magical curse and must fight to discover the truth and save themselves from being consumed by magic. Publication is scheduled for winter 2025; Katie Blagden at Bright Literary did the two-book, six-figure deal for world rights.










Love Spells Trouble by Nia Davenport (Bloomsbury)
Alex Borbolla at Bloomsbury has acquired Nia Davenport's witchy YA rom-com Love Spells Trouble. Cayden wants nothing to do with Coven boys after the group excommunicated her mom for marrying her nonmagical dad, but when she realizes that fake dating it-boy warlock Khy Carter could be the one thing that saves her family's struggling bakery, Cayden finds herself in the middle of the world she'd shunned—and falling for the guy. Publication is set for spring 2025; Caitie Flum at Liza Dawson Associates handled the deal for world rights.

Untitled by Deborah Heiligman (Godwin Books) - YA non-fiction.
Laura Godwin at Godwin Books has bought two YA nonfiction books on political activist Emma Goldman and Anne Frank's sisters by Deborah Heiligman, the National Book Award finalist and Printz Honor author of Torpedoed, Vincent and Theo, and Charles and Emma. Publication is scheduled for winter 2023 and spring 2025 respectively; Susan Ginsburg at Writers House handled the deal for North American rights.

Listen Along with Izzy McKenna by Aubrey Nolan (Rocky Pond Books) - YA graphic novel.
Lauri Hornik at Penguin/Rocky Pond Books has bought Listen Along with Izzy McKenna by cartoonist Aubrey Nolan in a preempt. The debut YA graphic novel tells the story of 15-year-old Izzy McKenna who, having spent her life wrestling with anxiety and depression, finds herself uniquely equipped to save her seaside town of Port Juniper from an alien invasion. Publication is set for spring 2025; Anjali Singh at Ayesha Pande Literary handled the deal for world rights.

Armaveni by Nadine Takvorian (Levine Querido) - YA graphic novel/memoir.
Meghan Maria McCullough at Levine Querido has acquired Armaveni by Nadine Takvorian, a semi-autobiographical YA graphic novel that weaves two stories linked by the generational trauma of the Armenian genocide: Armaveni, a girl from the dying Ottoman Empire, struggles to survive vicious persecution; and Nadine, a contemporary first-gen teen in a far-flung diaspora, searches for her true identity and home. Publication is slated for spring 2025; Sara Crowe at Pippin Properties brokered the deal for world rights.

Indigo Port by Bex Glendining (Amulet) - YA graphic novel.
Charlotte Greenbaum at Abrams/Amulet has acquired Bex Glendining's debut YA graphic novel, Indigo Port, about a young woman struggling with the grief of losing her estranged grandmother. While cleaning out her grandmother's apartment, the girl discovers there was more to her grandmother than meets the eye, which takes her down a magical rabbit hole of love and forgiveness. Publication is set for spring 2025; Paige Terlip at Andrea Brown Literary Agency handled the deal for world rights.

The Hollow by Che Grayson and Taylor Keith (Amulet) - YA graphic novel.
Charlotte Greenbaum at Abrams/Amulet has bought, in an exclusive submission, The Hollow by Che Grayson, illustrated by Taylor Keith. This YA debut horror graphic novel, set in the Great Smoky Mountains, follows Ruby James, a young podcaster who takes a trip with her three best friends to her ancestral home, the mysterious ghost town of Cure, where urban legends are real and monsters lurk around every corner. Publication is set for spring 2025; Anjali Singh at Ayesha Pande Literary brokered the deal for world rights.

Love, Misha by Jam Aden (First Second) - YA graphic novel.
Samia Fakih at First Second has acquired world rights to Danish cartoonist Jam Aden's debut YA graphic novel, Love, Misha. Pitched as A Goofy Movie meets Spirited Away, it's about a non-binary teen and their mother who, during a contentious road trip, take a wrong turn that lands them in the Realm of the Spirits, where they are surrounded by trickster spirits who aren't so keen on human trespassers, with no obvious way out. Publication is tentatively set for spring 2025; Jennifer Laughran at Andrea Brown Literary Agency negotiated the deal.

Covenant by
LySandra Vuong (Oni Press) - YA graphic novel.
Michelle Nguyen, while at Oni Press, bought, in a preempt, LySandra Vuong's queer YA graphic novel series Covenant, in a three-book deal, based on the webcomic of the same name; Desiree Rodriguez will edit. In the story, Ezra, a powerful exorcist belonging to an elite organization under scrutiny for its unorthodox practices, is tasked to protect a seemingly normal human from rising demonic forces. Publication of the first book is planned for spring 2025; Britt Siess at Britt Siess Creative Management negotiated the deal for world rights.

Sundiata by Steven Underwood (Feiwel and Friends) - not yet added to Goodreads.
Emily Settle at Feiwel and Friends has bought, in an exclusive submission, Sundiata, a debut novel by journalist Steven Underwood, author of the forthcoming memoir Forever for the Culture; Sundiata is a YA retelling of the true story of the first king of Mali. Publication is scheduled for spring 2025; Eric Smith at P.S. Literary Agency negotiated the deal for world rights.

The Breakup Artists by Adriana Mather (Blackstone) - not yet added to Goodreads.
Daniel Ehrenhaft at Blackstone has acquired North American rights to Adriana Mather's The Breakup Artists, a YA rom-com pitched for fans of The Statistical Probabilities of Love at First Sight and Frankly in Love, in which two teens are secretly hired by parents to break up their children's bad high school relationships. But what starts as strictly business turns catastrophically personal when one of the pair falls for "a case"—he knows she’s the one, but everything he's told her is a lie, even his name. Publication is planned for spring 2025; Rosemary Stimola at Stimola Literary Studio brokered the deal.








Guardian of the Scroll #2 by Shannon Lee and Fonda Lee (Wednesday Books) - not yet added to Goodreads.






Just Another Meet Cute by Jenn P. Nguyen (Scholastic)
Jennifer Thompson at Scholastic has bought world English rights to YA rom-com Just Another Meet Cute by Jenn P. Nguyen. A girl tries to track down the boy who saved her from a disastrous hike and succeeds, only to figure out too late that she's dating the wrong twin. Publication is scheduled for summer 2025; Sarah Fisk and Natascha Morris at the Tobias Literary Agency handled the deal.

Untitled by Veronica Chambers (Little, Brown)
Margaret Raymo at Little, Brown has acquired world rights to Ida, in Trouble and in Love, a YA historical novel about Ida B. Wells, and a second untitled book about Josephine Baker, by New York Times journalist Veronica Chambers. Both books will capture the lives and times of these exceptional women. Publication for Ida is scheduled for summer 2024, with the second title publishing in summer 2025; Kim Witherspoon at Inkwell Management represented the author.


Dan of Green Gables by Rey Terciero and Claudia Aguirre (Penguin Workshop) - YA graphic novel.
Elizabeth Lee at Penguin Workshop has bought world rights to Dan of Green Gables by Rey Terciero, illustrated by Eisner Award nominee Claudia Aguirre. A twist on Anne of Green Gables, this YA graphic novel tells the story of a queer, half-Mexican teenager named Dan who is forced to live with his grandparents in rural Tennessee when his mother abandons him. With the help of his Mawmaw and his new friends, Dan makes an unlikely home for himself at 1600 Green Gables. Publication is planned for summer 2025; Brent Taylor at Triada US represented the author, and Kate McKean at Howard Morhaim Literary Agency represented the illustrator.

Untitled by Becky Dean (Delacorte)

Unitled by Robby Weber
(Inkyard Press)

Untitled by Catherine Con Morse (Crown) - not yet added to Goodreads.







Kindred Serpents by Sarah Mensinga (Abrams) - YA graphic novel.
Charlotte Greenbaum at Abrams has acquired, in a six-figure deal, the graphic novel Kindred Serpents by Sarah Mensinga, pitched as Wings of Fire meets Nimona, about a girl who longs for a dragon of her own, but instead helps an elderly dragon reunite with his lost human and discovers her unique calling along the way. Publication is planned for late 2025; Mark Gottlieb at Trident Media Group negotiated the deal for world rights.
















Fustuk by
Robert Mgrdich Apelian (Penguin Workshop) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.
Rachel Sonis at Penguin Workshop has won at auction North American rights to Robert Mgrdich Apelian's Fustuk, a Ghibli-esque Persian/Armenian YA fantasy graphic novel that follows 17-year-old Kouchka Fustuk, the youngest child in a family of chefs, who must prove he can cook a dish to rival his legendary father's and please a Djinn enough to save his dying mother's life. Publication is set for fall 2025; Jennifer Azantian at Azantian Literary Agency did the deal.

The Grey and the Gallant by Ryan Lecount (Amulet) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.
Charlotte Greenbaum at Abrams/Amulet has acquired Ryan Lecount's graphic novel debut The Grey and the Gallant. In the first of this YA fantasy/SF series, Merek and Eliot, two young squires, and their princess, Emeline, find themselves thrown into an intergalactic conspiracy when an alien spaceship crash-lands near their medieval kingdom. Publication is slated for fall 2025; Paloma Hernando at Einstein Literary Management negotiated the deal.

Prodigy by Cyrena Lee and Julia Kuo (FSG) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.
Trisha de Guzman at FSG has bought, in an exclusive submission, world rights to Cyrena Lee's debut YA graphic novel tentatively titled Prodigy, illustrated by Julia Kuo (I Dream of Popo), which follows Japanese American Ashima Shiraishi's swift ascent in the climbing world as a child prodigy and how she dealt with the immense pressure from her parents, her peers, and the media spotlight to continually be the best. Publication is planned for fall 2025; Britt Siess at Britt Siess Creative Management represented the author, and Emily Van Beek at Folio Literary Management represented the illustrator.

Coming Out Perfect by Richard Mercado (Scholastic/Graphix) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.
David Saylor and Emily Nguyen at Scholastic/Graphix have acquired Coming Out Perfect, the YA graphic novel debut by Richard Mercado, about a teenage boy who, after a failed attempt to come out to his parents, resolves to become "the perfect gay kid" by running for student council with the popular gay kid, Raymond. Publication is scheduled for fall 2025 with a sequel to follow in spring 2027; Alice Sutherland-Hawes at ASH Literary did the six-figure deal for world rights.

How to Survive the End of the World: Lessons from History by Katy Doughty (MITeen Press) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.
Olivia Swomley and Hilary Van Dusen at Candlewick/MITeen Press have acquired How to Survive the End of the World: Lessons from History by debut author Katy Doughty. The YA graphic novel is a science-driven journey into all the ways humanity could—and almost did—meet its end, and an ultimately hopeful look at surviving the odds. Publication is scheduled for fall 2025; Caryn Wiseman at Andrea Brown Literary Agency brokered the deal for world rights.

Fateless #2 by Julie Kagawa (Inkyard Press)












The Choromancer Chronicles #1 by Tricia Levenseller (Feiwel and Friends) - moved from 2024.
Holly West at Feiwel and Friends has acquired the next four YA fantasy novels by Tricia Levenseller. The Chromamancer Chronicles, a trilogy in which an orphan, princess, and ranger must stop a magical serial killer from destroying their world, will follow an expedited schedule with titles releasing six months apart in 2024 and 2025. The Darkness Within Us will be a companion novel to the author's bestselling The Shadows Between Us focusing on Alessandra's sister, and is slated for 2023. Rachel Brooks at BookEnds Literary negotiated the deal for world rights.

We Are Pan by Andre Frattino (IDW Publishing)
Heather Antos of IDW Publishing has bought world rights to We Are Pan by Andre Frattino, a YA historical fiction account of the clandestine Cold War operation to airlift Cuban children to the U.S. in the wake of Fidel Castro's rise to power, illustrated by Yasmín Flores Montañez. Publication is scheduled for 2025; Elizabeth Copps at Copps Literary Services represented the author, and the illustrator represented herself.

Angelica and the Bear Prince by Trung Le Nguyen (Random House Graphic) - YA graphic novel.
Whitney Leopard at Random House Graphic has acquired through exclusive submission Trung Le Nguyen's (The Magic Fish) contemporary YA graphic novel Angelica and the Bear Prince. Angelica is a 17-year-old overachieving high school student learning to rebalance herself after burning out. When she commits herself to a theater internship, she struggles to balance her passion, her friendships, and her crush on the mysterious boy in the bear costume without crashing all over again. Publication is planned for 2025; Kate McKean at Morhaim Literary sold world rights.

Flora by
Paulina Ganucheau (First Second Books) - YA graphic novel.
Samia Fakih at First Second has bought Flora, a YA fantasy romance graphic novel by Paulina Ganucheau (Lemon Bird), about an independent loner who is making her way in the world by working odd jobs, until she meets Briar, a mysterious (and hot) plant man with Big Himbo Energy and a sinister secret. Publication is scheduled for 2025; Charlie Olsen at InkWell Management sold world rights.

My First Monster by Cecil Castellucci (Little, Brown) - YA graphic novel.
Andrea Colvin at Little, Brown has acquired world rights to Cecil Castellucci's YA graphic novel My First Monster, which follows Amelia LaCouer, a new girl who gets swept into an emotionally abusive relationship with the most popular guy in school, who is, quite literally, a monster. Shazleen Khan will illustrate; publication is scheduled for 2025. Kirby Kim at Janklow & Nesbit represented the author, and Kurestin Armada at Root Literary represented the illustrator.

A Smile Like Yours by Emily Thomas (Kids Can Press) - YA graphic novel.
Katie Scott at Kids Can Press has bought Emily Thomas's debut graphic novel A Smile Like Yours. This queer YA graphic novel follows Rhys Moore, a university freshman with developmental prosopagnosia, as he navigates his new collegiate life, friendship and even a romance with a cute roommate. Publication is planned for 2025; Lillian Mazeika at Tugeau 2 sold world rights.

The Sweetness Between Us by Sarah Winifred Searle (First Second) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.
Calista Brill at First Second has bought The Sweetness Between Us, a YA rom-com graphic novel by Sarah Winifred Searle (The Greatest Thing); Ben Wilgus will also edit. When farm boy Perley goes back to school after being diagnosed with diabetes, he discovers his classmate Amandine is a recently turned vampire... and she can taste his blood sugar levels. Their relationship grows and evolves as they navigate their new conditions. Publication is set for 2025; Jen Linnan at Linnan Literary Management negotiated the deal for world rights.

Sing with Me by Tai Manzano (Chronicle) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.
Elizabeth Lazowski at Chronicle has acquired world rights to Tai Manzano's debut YA graphic novel, Sing with Me. In this queer rom-com set in Mexico, sparks fly when a pair of siblings meet their matches: two fierce players training for the upcoming charrería nationals. Publication is scheduled for 2025; Tamara Kawar negotiated the deal while at ICM Partners.

Ancestree by Alex Dingley (Oni Press) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.
Michelle Nguyen, while at Oni Press, acquired Alex Dingley's queer YA horror graphic novel Ancestree, pitched as Crimson Peak meets The Green Knight; Desiree Rodriguez will edit. In the story, a young prince finds out the unsavory truth about his royal lineage when he becomes haunted by a dark creature lurking in the woods surrounding his family's castle. Publication of the first book is planned for 2025; Britt Siess at Britt Siess Creative Management negotiated the deal for world rights.

The Masked Princess by Ted Anderson and Ollie Roswell (First Second) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.
Samia Fakih at First Second has bought world rights to The Masked Princess, written by Ted Anderson (l.) and illustrated by Ollie Roswell, a YA graphic novel where high-schooler Noel, cosplaying his childhood favorite character at an anime con, becomes an overnight hero after helping a fellow cosplayer, and ends up exploring his gender and discovering new aspects of his identity amid the backdrop of fandom and sudden fame. Publication is set for 2025; Jennifer Chen Tran, now at Folio Literary Management, represented Anderson while at Bradford Literary, and Paloma Hernando at Einstein Literary represented Roswell.

Daughter of the Witch King by Jasmine Skye (Feiwel and Friends)

Heirs of Power by Katie Zhao (Random House)

At the Good Intentions Paving Company by Sabrina Cotugno (Razorbill) - YA graphic novel series, previously self-published.

Night Shadow by Gry Kappel Jensen (Arctis) - originally published in Danish.

Death Is My Frenemy by Katarina E. Tonks (Wattpad Books) - originally self-published.
 
Finding Life's Story: Volume Four by Joy Hakim (Candlewick Press)

Ava's Demon Book Three by Michelle Fus (Skybound Comet)


Untitled by Sophie Kim
(Entangled Teen)

Untitled by H.E. Edgemon (Wednesday Books)

Untitled by Alexandra Bracken (Knopf)

Untitled by Ray Stoeve (Abrams)

Untitled by Maria Z. Medina (Wednesday Books)

Untitled by Madeline Roux (Quill Tree Books)

Untitled by Emily Varga (Wednesday Books)

Untitled by Cole Dietrich
(Wednesday Books)

Untitled by Carolina Ixta (Quill Tree Books)

Untitled by Court Stevens (Thomas Nelson)


Untitled by Megan Lally (Sourcebooks Fire)


Untitled by Pablo Leon (First Second) - YA graphic novel.

Unitled by Gene Luen Yang (First Second) - YA graphic novel.

Untitled by Kennedy Tarrell (Feiwel and Friends) - YA graphic novel.

Untitled by Emily Riesbeck and Bayleigh Underwood (Abrams) - YA graphic novel,
not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Kelly Fernández (Scholastic/Graphix) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Kiara Valdez (HarperAlley) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Julian Winters (Viking) - not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Megan Davidhizar
(Delacorte) -
not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Kayvion Lewis (Nancy Paulsen Books) - not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Talia Tucker (Kokila)
- not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Judy I. Lin (Rick Riordan Presents)
- not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Ginny Myers Sain (Razorbill) -
not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Traci Chee (Clarion)
- not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Zoe Hana Mikuta (Disney Hyperion) - not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Tashie Bhuiyan (Inkyard Press) - not yet added to Goodreads.


Untitled by Erin Baldwin (Viking) - not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Cheryl Isaacs (Heartdrum) -
not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by
Matthew Hubbard (Delacorte) - not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Bessie Flores Zaldívar (Dial) - not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Kaitlyn Hill (Delacorte) - not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by E.K. Johnston (Dutton) -
not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by K. Ancrum
(HarperTeen) -
not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Sajni Patel (Rick Riordan Presents) -
not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Elba Luz (Simon and Schuster)
- not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Lauren Ho (Disney Hyperion) -
not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Catherine Yu (Page Street) - not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled by Auriane Desombre (Delacorte) -  not yet added to Goodreads.

Lancers #3 by Yoon Ha Lee (Delacorte)

The Saplings Curse #2 by James Persichetti and L. Biehler (HMH)

Godly Heathens #2 by H.E. Edgmon (Wednesday Books)

Bad Blood #3 by Morgan Rhodes (Razorbill)

The Empire Wars #2 by Akure Phenix (Blackstone)

Thirstwood #3 by Elly Blake
(Little, Brown)

Once a Queen #3 by Sarah Arthur (Waterbook)

The Encanto's Daughter #2 by Melissa de la Cruz (Putnam)

The Unders #2 by Eugene Lee Yang (Feiwel and Friends)

Lizzie & Darcy #3 by Tirzah Price (HarperTeen)

The Wildest Things #2 by Andrea Hannah (Wednesday Books)

So Let Them Burn #2 by Kamilah Cole (Little, Brown)

Forging Silver Into Stars #2 by Brigid Kemmerer (Bloomsbury) - moved from 2023

Whisper of the Ravens #3 by Malene Solvsten (Arctis) - originally published in Denmark.

The Dark Room #2 by Victoria Setian and Savanna Ganucheau (Amulet) - YA graphic novel.

Kloud 9 #3 by A. J. O. Mason and Dominic Bustamante (IDW) - YA graphic novel.

Untitled #2 by Jennifer Lynn Barnes (Little, Brown) - not yet added to Goodreads.

The Temptation of Magic #2 by Megan Scott (Inkyard Press)
- not yet added to Goodreads.

The Enchanters #2  by Jen Calonita (Disney Hyperion) - not yet added to Goodreads.

House of Marionne #2 by J. Elle (Razorbill) -
not yet added to Goodreads.

Truly Devious #6 by Maureen Johnson (Katherine Tegan Books) -
not yet added to Goodreads.

Untitled #2 by Lexi Ryan (Clarion)
- not yet added to Goodreads.

I'm the Grim Reaper #2 by Graveweaver (VIZ Media) - based on a webcomic, not yet added to Goodreads.

Pretty Evil #2 by Rebekah McKendry, David Ian McKendry and Tim Seely (Margaret K. McElderry Books) - YA graphic novel, not yet added to Goodreads.

The Boy from Clearwater #3 by Yu Pei-Yun and Zhou Jian-Xi (Levine Querido) - YA graphic memoir, not yet added to Goodreads.

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