Monday, March 13
The Red Hunter, by Lisa Unger
Unger’s knack for blending encroaching danger with complex relationship themes is as sharp as ever here, as she creates characters facing the tangle of betrayals and mistakes that have shaped their identities.
Tuesday, March 14
On the Spot, by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Lea Redmond
Billed as “a book you don’t just read, you play,” this is cleverly designed to inspire children to create a rebus with reusable stickers or three-dimensional objects. Enjoyable for all ages.
Wednesday, March 15
One Perfect Lie, by Lisa Scottoline
Scottoline keeps the pace relentless as she drops a looming threat into the heart of an idyllic suburban community, causing readers to hold their breath in anticipation.
Thursday, March 16
Blue Sky White Stars, by Sarvinder Naberhaus
Spare words meet striking artwork in this celebration of America. Though ostensibly a picture book for younger children, this has the ability to reach a much broader audience, and spark discussion of hopes and fears.
Friday, March 17
Into the Water, by Paula Hawkins
In her second thriller, Hawkins (The Girl on the Train, 2015) returns to the rotating-narration style of her breakout debut, giving voice to an even broader cast this time, and readers will see shades of Girl’ s Rachel in Jules.