I know I haven’t offered you many New Releases throughout March, I plan to fix that in April, but here are some of my favorites releasing at the end of March.
All You Knead Is Love
Twelve-year-old Alba isn’t happy in Barcelona with her estranged grandmother. But her mother needs her to her to be far far away from their home in New York City. This is finally the year that her mother is going to leave Alba’s abusive father, hopefully, she’s strong enough to finally finally do it. To Alba’s surprise she finds she finds she loves Barcelona
She starts to form some positive relationships, getting closer to her grandmother and meeting a supportive father figure plus making new friends. But most importantly she discovers her interest and talent for bread baking.When her beloved bakery is threaten with closing. Alba is determined to save it. And at the same time she may have come up with a plan to make her family whole again. A great book about finding your chosen family, healin g and of course baking.
This new release is out today.
Amazon: All You Knead is Love
Oliva is on the road trip of her dreams she has her trusty camera and her big sister Ruth by her side. Three years ago, before their family moved from California to Tennessee. Olivia and Ruth buried a time capsule on their favorite beach. Now they are taking the RV back across the country to uncover the memories they leftt behind.
However, her sister Ruth’s depression is getting worse and a road trip might not be enough to help her. so Olivia has created a plan to help her remember how life used to be: a makeshift scavenger hunt across the country, taking pictures, and making memories along the way.
All she wants is to take the picture that makes her sister smile. But what if things can never go back to the way they used to be. What if they never find the treasure they are seeking. Through all the questions, loving her sister, not changing her is all Oliva can do-and maybe that’s enough.
This New Releases is available today.
The House That Wasn’t There
Alder has always lived in his cozy little house in Southern California. And for as long as he can remember, the old, reliable, comforting walnut tree has stood between his house and the one next door. That is, until a new family—with a particularly annoying girl his age—moves into the neighboring house and, without warning, cuts it down.
Oak doesn’t understand why her family had to move to Southern California. She has to attend a new school, find new friends, and live in a new house that isn’t even ready—her mother had to cut down a tree on their property line in order to make room for a second floor. And now a strange boy next door won’t stop staring at her, like she did something wrong moving here in the first place.
As Oak and Alder start school together, they can’t imagine ever becoming friends. But the two of them soon discover a series of connections between them—mysterious, possibly even magical puzzles they can’t put together. At least not without each other’s help.
Award-winning author Elana K. Arnold returns with an unforgettable story of the strange, wondrous threads that run between all of us, whether we know they’re there or not.