Mass Bookshelf for April 2016

Massachusetts has a wealth of published authors! Here are the titles published by Massachusetts authors April of 2016. Did we miss your book?  If so, email info@massbook.org with the information.

Children/Young Adult

Skating with the Statue of Liberty
by Susan Lynn Meyer.  Delacorte Books for Young Readers (April 2016)

Scar : A Revolutionary War Tale
by J. Albert Mann.  Calkins Creek (April 2016)

Tripping Back Blue
by Kara Storti.   Carolrhoda Lab (April 2016)

The Haters: A book about being in a band
by Jesse Andrews.  Amulet Books (April 2016)

Waylon! One Awesome Thing
by Sara Pennypacker, Marla Frazee.  Disney-Hyperion (April 2016)

Fiction

Sent to the Devil : A Mystery
by Laura Lebow.  Minotaur Books (April 2016)

The Body in the Wardrobe : A Faith Fairchild Mystery
by Katherine Hall Page.  William Morrow (April 2016)

Modern Girls
by Jennifer Brown.  Penguin/NAL (April 2016)

Nonfiction

Lysenko’s Ghost: Epigenetics and Russia
by Loren Graham.  Harvard University Press (April 2016)

A History of Modern Drama, Volume II: 1960-2000
by David Krasner.   Wiley-Blackwell  (April 2016)

Brilliant Beacons : A History of the American Lighthouse
by Eric Jay Dolin.  Liveright  (April 2016)

Craft Spirits
by Eric Grossman.  DK (April 2016)

A World to Live In : An Ecologist’s Vision for a Plundered Planet
by George M. Woodwell.  MIT Press (April 2016)

Trash Talks : Revelations in the Rubbish
by Elizabeth V. Spelman.  Oxford University Press (April 2016)

Security Mom : An Unclassified Guide to Protecting Our Homeland and Your Home
by Juliette Kayyem   Simon & Schuster  (April 2016)

Enter Helen : The Invention of Helen Gurley Brown and the Rise of the Modern Single Woman
by Brooke Hauser.  Harper (April 2016)

Push Back : Guilt in the Age of Natural Parenting
by Amy Tuteur, M.D.    Dey Street Books (April 2016)

The Whole Harmonium : The Life of Wallace Stevens
by Paul Mariani.  Simon & Schuster (April 2016)

Even the Odds : Sensible Risk-Taking in Business, Investing, and Life
by Karen Firestone.  Bibliomotion  (April 2016)

The Duke of Wellington, Kidnapped! : The Incredible True Story of the Art Heist That Shocked a Nation
by Alan Hirsch, Noah Charney.   Counterpoint  (April 2016)

Poetry

Works on Paper
By Jennifer Barber    The Word Works (April 1, 2016)

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