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Get to know our featured author MAC BARNETT by watching some of his OH MY GOSH Storytime at Books Inc. Chestnut Street!

 

 

Melanie is a real book nerd. We mean that as a compliment of the highest order. Because even in a company of book nerds, Melanie has made her mark as a distinguished book nerd, who's nerdity is particularly strong in the arena of children's literature. So if you need help finding a book for a kid, don't ask an amateur: ask a nerd. This nerd.

Famed illustrator and animator (and favorite at Books Inc.) Tony Fucile teaches us how to draw at Oh My Gosh Stories
 
Holiday shopping is hard enough. Share the load with a Books Inc. Personal Shopper this season at no extra cost. Just set up an appointment with Personal_Shopper@BooksInc.net and take the guess work out of shopping for the many children and young adults in your life. Appointments can taken at any of the San Francisco Books Inc. locations.
 
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Fever Crumb is the only girl in the Order of Engineers—and though she’s been trained and raised by them, she’s still a little shocked when a rogue archeologist recruits her for his top-secret project, forcing her to leave the Order and strike out into the real and dangerous world of London. Set in the distant, distant future, when most technology as we know it has gone extinct, the world of Fever Crumb is rugged, rough and violent. As Fever herself ventures out into London, she finds that she is exceptional for reasons other than being the only female engineer. And as she begins to parse her past, she’s lead into a thrilling adventure of self-realization, machinery and war.

Not only is Fever one of the coolest female protagonists maybe ever, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Lyra Belaqua (His Dark Materials), Tally Youngblood (Uglies) and Liesel Meminger (The Book Thief), but she’s also at home in a startlingly original conception of London. Reeve’s writing style is as precise as a surgeon’s scalpel with all the emotional wallop of a wrecking ball. Gorgeously imagined, and expertly executed, Fever Crumb is a fabulous read for the precocious, the curious and the clever. For ages 12+

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