Celadon Books celebrates their first season of paperbacks with a chance to win all six!

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A thriller to chill those hot summer days

In this instant New York Times bestseller, Alex North weaves a multi-generational tale of a father and son caught in the crosshairs of an investigation to catch a serial killer preying on a small town. The New York Times says, “If you like being terrified, The Whisper Man has your name on it.” This new paperback edition comes with book club discussion questions and a preview of North's next book, The Shadows.

A domestic drama that will make you question everything

When the teenage daughter of responsible, upstanding parents is accused of murder, a family realizes that it isn’t love that will keep them together: it’s lies. The Wall Street Journal says A Nearly Normal Family is “a compulsively readable tour de force.” This new paperback edition includes book club discussion questions.

Your steamiest summer read

Cape May is a raw, provocative portrayal of a young 1950s couple on the cusp of a sexual awakening, and the temptations that upturn their honeymoon and reshape their marriage. Parade says, “Cape May will be your perfect book club read.” This new paperback edition includes book club discussion questions.

A quirky, humorous, and deeply human short story collection

In We Love Anderson Cooper, characters are treated as outsiders because of their sexual orientation, racial or religious identity, or simply because they look different. A young man courts the publicity that comes from outing himself at his bar mitzvah. When a painter is shunned because of his appearance, he learns to ink tattoos that come to life. A paranoid Jewish actuary suspects his cat of cheating on him?with his Protestant girlfriend.

An essential guide to emotional intelligence

From Marc Brackett, founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, comes a blueprint for understanding our emotions and using them wisely so that they help, rather than hinder, our success and well-being. Brene Brown says, “I cannot recommend Permission to Feel enough.” This new paperback edition includes book club discussion questions.

An important manifesto against ageism

Author, activist, and TED speaker Ashton Applewhite has written a rousing manifesto calling for an end to discrimination and prejudice on the basis of age. Forbes calls it “a compelling case for how we can combat our ageist beliefs.” Washington Post says it's "One of the 100 best books to read at any age."

This promotion ended on 7/31/2020 11:59:00 PM