Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Published in February (2011)

Here are some of the teenage/YA titles that are being published in the UK in February 2011. I will put a link to this post and previous and subsequent "monthly" lists in my sidebar. January's list can be found here.Title links go to amazon.co.uk. Please let me know of others to add to the list.

Monthly lists for 2010 can be found here.

I have tried to identify all the British authors which I hope will be useful to those doing the Bookette's excellent British Books Challenge.

Helen Bailey - Running in Heels (3rd, Hodder Children's Books, pb) British author
Lily Bass - Mumbai Story (10th, Urbantopia Books, pb) British author?
Alex Bell - Lex Trent: Fighting with Fire (3rd, Headline, pb) British author
Kit Berry - Magus of Stonewylde (3rd, Gollancz, pb) British author
James Black - Robin Hood vs the Plague Undead (3rd, Orchard, pb) British author
Sarah Blakely-Cartwright & Catherine Hardwicke - Red Riding Hood (24th, ATOM, pb)
Tim Bowler - Buried Thunder (3rd, OUP Oxford, pb) British author
Kate Brian - Private: The Book of Spells (3rd, Simon & Schuster Childrens Books, pb)
Meg Cabot - Airhead: Runaway (4th, Macmillan Children's Books, pb)
Isobelle Carmody - Ashling (Obernewtyn Chronicles) (7th, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, pb)
Jim Carrington - In the Bag (7th, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, pb) British author
Anne Cassidy - Heart Burn (7th, Scholastic, pb) British author
Kate Cary - Bloodline: Reckoning (7th, Egmont Books Ltd, pb)
Lauren Conrad - L A Candy: Sugar & Spice (3rd, HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks, pb)
Denise Deegan - And by the Way... (3rd, Hachette Books Ireland, pb)
Ivy Devlin - Low Red Moon (7th, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, pb)
Eve Edwards - Other Countess: The Queen's Lady (3rd, Puffin, pb) British author
Brian Falkner - Brainjack (7th, Walker, pb)
C T Furlong - Killer Genes (1st, Inside Pocket Publishing Ltd, pb) British author
Morris Gleitzman - Grace (3rd, Puffin, pb) British author
K M Grant - Belle's Song (3rd, Quercus, pb) British author
S M Hall - Circle of Fire (Maya Brown Missions) (3rd, Frances Lincoln Children's Books, pb) British author
Michelle Harrison - Thirteen Secrets (3rd, Simon & Schuster Childrens Books, pb) British author
Nancy Holder & Debbie Viguie The Cursed Ones (3rd, Simon & Schuster Childrens Books, pb)
Mia James - By Midnight (3rd, Gollancz, pb) British author
Robin Jarvis - Dancing Jax (3rd, HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks, HB) British author
Catherine Jinks - The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group (3rd, Quercus Publishing Plc, pb)
Ally Kennen - Quarry (7th, Marion Lloyd Books, pb) British author
Sherrilyn Kenyon - Infinity (3rd, ATOM, pb)
Pittacus Lore - I am Number Four (3rd, Puffin, pb)
Sophia Lowell - Glee: Foreign Exchange (17th, Headline, pb)
Angela McAllister - The Double Life of Cora Parry (3rd, Orion Childrens, HB) British author
Abby McDonald - Boys, Bears and Serious Hiking Boots (7th, Walker, pb) British author
Ebony McKenna - Ondine: The Autumn Palace (7th, Egmont Books Ltd, pb)
Amy Meredith - Dark Touch: Fever (3rd, Red Fox, pb)
Jenny Moss - Taking Off (7th, Walker & C, HB)
Robert Muchamore - Grey Wolves (3rd, Hodder Children's Books, pb) British author
Alyson Noel - Radiance (4th, Macmillan Children's Books, pb)
Kate O'Hearn - Pegasus and the Flame (3rd, Hodder Children's Books, pb)
Lauren Oliver - Delirium (3rd, Hodder & Stoughton, HB)
Christopher Pike -Chain Letter Vol.1 (3rd, Hodder Children's Books, pb)
Sally Prue - Ice Maiden (3rd, OUP Oxford, pb) British author
Louise Rennison - Withering Tights (3rd, HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks, pb) British author
Alex Scarrow - TimeRiders: Doomsday Code (3rd, Puffin, pb) British author
Simon Scarrow - Gladiator: Fight for Freedom (3rd, Puffin, HB) British author
Sue Reid Sexton - Mavis's Show (17th, Waverley Books Ltd, pb) British author
Gena Showalter - Intertwined (18th, MIRA Ink, pb)
Rachel Vincent - My Soul to Save (18th, MIRA Ink, pb)
Sara Zarr - Once Was Lost (3rd, Little, Brown & Company, pb)

2 comments:

  1. Fantastic list. Thanks for doing it :D

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  2. You must put in so much work to create this lists, thank you. It's really quite helpful.

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