NYT bestselling author Lynn Cahoon’s next three books in her KITCHEN WITCH MYSTERY series, set in fictional Magic Springs, Idaho, the story of a caterer who’s learning to use her witchcraft and her newfound investigation skills to solves murders that may be linked to the local coven.
Amber Camp’s THE HORSE WHISPERED MURDER, in which a horse rescue owner is suspected of murdering her cranky neighbor and must solve the murder before she ends up in jail, or worse, in a two-book deal.
NYT bestselling author Rachel Howzell Hall’s WHAT NEVER HAPPENED, which features a community newspaper obituary writer uncovering the truth behind the mysterious deaths of long-time residents on Catalina Island, in a 2-book deal.
Steven G. Rogelberg’s TRANSFORMATIVE DIALOGUE: AN EVIDENCE-BASED STRATEGY FOR IMPACTFUL ONE ON ONE MEETINGS ELEVATING INCLUSION, ENGAGEMENT AND PRODUCTIVITY, arguing there is something so unique and special about the 1:1 meeting for elevating productivity, alignment, inclusion, and engagement and showing how to do and make the most of these meetings, while leveraging excellent science, so that the amazing potential of 1:1 meetings is realized.
Heather Murphy Capps’s debut INDIGO AND IDA, in which an eighth-grade aspiring reporter finds letters from 19th-century journalist and civil rights activist Ida B. Wells, inspiring the girl to take a stand and expose racist policies at her school, to Amy Fitzgerald at Carolrhoda Lab, for publication in spring 2023.
Stanford Professor Jo Boaler and Cathy Humphreys’s CONNECTING MATHEMATICAL IDEAS, second edition, offering lesson plans, videos and reflections to help teachers, teacher leaders, and teacher educators to consider the shifting landscape of mathematics education through the lenses of student identity and agency, paying attention to equity, diversity and social justice, new findings in brain research, and the teaching practices that support conceptual understanding.
Author of LIKE SPILLED WATER Jennie Liu’s ENLY AND THE BUSKIN’ BLUES, a humorous middle grade story exploring young dreams and family expectations in which a Chinese American boy tries to busk his way to musical stardom, to Amy Fitzgerald at Carolrhoda Lab, for publication in 2023.
Amanda McKinney’s BLACK HILLS BAYOU, in which a Criminal Psychologist and Search and Rescue Chief team up to find a missing girl, but instead, find themselves caught in the crosshairs of a faceless mad man, in a 2-book deal.
Alana Quintana Albertson’s RAMON AND JULIETA, film/television rights optioned to Endeavor Content.
#1 WSJ and #1 Amazon Charts bestselling author Melinda Leigh’s THE WRONG BONES, the next installment in the bestselling Widow’s Island series.