We’ve made it easy for you to keep up with all the upcoming and brand new releases coming out this year, just use the PBC Preferred Collections! 3 Easy Ways to Stay Current: 1) Use our handy order forms: Elementary (Grades K-5) Full Order Form Middle School/Junior High (Grades 6-8) Full Order Form High School (Grades 9-12) Full Order Form 2) Order from the PBC Preferred Collections: One Form & You’re Done! We combed through our featured collections (above) for the whole year and picked out all the must-have titles, and created these collections for you. It’s easy to keep your library current with any size budget.    Read More →

Have you ever read a book that you just couldn’t wait to recommend to a friend? We’d love to hear about it! Tell us in the comments about your favorite book or (if you can’t pick a favorite) the last great book that you read. Make sure you include the title and author, add the genre and age range, then tell us why you loved it!Read More →

We’ve made it easy to ensure you have the best new releases; we now offer seasonal collections. Got $500? Choose our Cream of the Crop Collection- it includes the MUST HAVE new titles for each season. Got $1000? Choose our Best of the Best Collection- it includes everything in the Cream of the Crop, plus more of the BEST NEW releases! Or, mix and match to create your own custom collections. Plus, add library processing to any order to have it delivered shelf-ready. Just check out these links to see the full lists! $500 Cream of the Crop Collections: Elementary Fall 2012 Elementary Spring 2013Read More →

From Publisher’s Weekly: With 2012 fast approaching, here at Publishers Weekly we’ve assembled our list of the very best books published this year for children and teens. Did your favorites make the cut? Read on to see the top Children’s Picture Books here. Or, check out the best of Children’s Fiction, Children’s Non-Fiction, or see all of PW’s top picks for readers of all ages.Read More →

Order 12th Grade Kills today and receive a FREE MINION T-SHIRT! The first 30 orders will receive a free minion t-shirt with their copy of 12th Grade Kills. To Receive a Free T-Shirt: Be one of the first 30 people to place an order that includes Twelfth Grade Kills ONE t-shirt per order, ONE order per customer Sizes will vary First come, first served ~ Limited Quantities Available If you are not one of the first 30 orders we receive, we will email you to verify that your order should still be processed Your book and t-shirt will ship together after September 28. Easy WaysRead More →

From bestselling YA author Darren Shan (Demonata, Cirque du Freak) comes Procession of the Dead, his adult fiction debut. Previously released in the UK as Ayumarca, Procession is the first book in Shan’s The City series. I have two notes right up front: 1) this book deals with more mature themes including sex, murder, crime and “sweet, sinister sin,” and it contains strong language, and 2) (more of a disclaimer) I have never read anything else by Shan, so when I picked up this book I had no expectations – regarding style, content, etc. and cannot tell you if it is similar to or completelyRead More →

I’ll be the first to admit that when I picked up this book I immediately assumed that it would be yet another girl falls in love with mysterious boy who ends up being supernatural in some way (in this case, a werewolf.) I am happy to say that I was very wrong. Kristen Chandler’s debut novel is the story of KJ — a little-bit nerdy, little-bit of a tomboy, 16-year-old girl who lives in the small town of West End, Montana-right on the edge of Yellowstone National Park. Her dad is a fishing guide and works in the local fly shop, and KJ spends herRead More →

The Sky is Everywhere is Jandy Nelson’s wonderfully sad (and at times hilariously funny) debut novel. In it, you meet Lennie, a 17 year old girl who has lived her life in the shadow of her vivacious older sister Bailey. Then one day, Bailey dies unexpectedly, and Lennie is forced to figure out who she is apart from her sister. As Lennie wades through her grief- life completely throws her for a loop when she falls for not one, but two completely different guys. One who connects with her grief over losing her sister (because he lost her sister too) and one who pulls herRead More →