There will be physical copies and eBooks for both of these tours!
STARTING NOW WE WILL BE GIVING AWAY A $25 AMAZON GIFT CARD OR $25 WORTH OF BOOKS FROM THE BOOK DEPOSITORY EACH MONTH TO ONE LUCKY BLOGGER! THE MORE TOURS YOU SIGN UP FOR THE MORE ENTRIES YOU GET!
Check below for specifics on each tour and click on the book covers for the Goodreads links and book info.
Details on a giveaway are TK.
If you'd like to be considered to be a stop on any of these tours, please first sign up as a tour host and fill out the form below.
***Sign-ups open until June 29th noon PST ***
Please note: Signing up for the tour does not guarantee you will be selected. We will reach out to all hosts that have been chosen once the sign-ups have closed.
We are totally stoked for the tour for all of these tours this July! We can't wait for everyone to read them!
About the Books!
Click on the covers to add the books to your Goodreads lists!
This Wendy Lamb Books (Random House Kids) tour runs from July 13th-17th & 20th-24th, will have one or two stops a day and consist of reviews, Interviews, excerpts, & spotlights. Physical copies and eBooks available.
About The Book:
Four orphans have escaped from the Home for Friendless Children. One is Lucy, who used to talk and sing. No one knows why she doesn't speak anymore; silence is her protection.
The orphans find work and new friends at a traveling circus. Lucy loves caring for the elephants, but she must be able to speak to them, and to warn others of danger. If Lucy doesn't find her voice, she'll be left behind when the circus goes on the rails. Meanwhile, people are searching for Lucy, and her puzzling past is about to catch up with her.
This Feiwel Friends (Macmillan) tour runs from July 13th-17th & 20th-24th, will have one or two stops a day and consist of reviews, Interviews (Jeff will also do phone interviews or video interviews), excerpts, & spotlights. Physical copies and eBooks available.
About The Book:
In Scorpion, the sequel to Jeff Sweat's YA futuristic thriller Mayfly, Jemma, Lady, and Pico all left the Holy Wood to seek answers to the End, and when they find the Old Guys—the only adults to have survived the original wipeout of everyone over the age of seventeen—they think they've found help at last.
But there's a lot the Old Guys aren't telling them. In fact, some of them don't seem interested in solving the End at all and just want Jemma and her friends to leave. Meanwhile, war is brewing among the tribes of the rest of the Children. Jemma's old home has fallen into disorder, and is far from prepared for battle. It won't be long before the fighting reaches Jemma and the Old Guys, if they even live to see it.