Posted by: Kathy Temean | November 25, 2015

ibooks – November Picks

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The above illustration was painted by Michael Dooling. He is the illustrator of over sixty books-many on historic subjects. He has illustrated picture books, chapter books and many Middle Grade Novels. Michael graduated in 1988 with a Master’s Degree in Illustration from Syracuse University and is a member of the Society of Illustrators in New York. He was featured on Illustrator Saturday. Click here to view.

iBooks announced its November picks in five categories:

Dangerous Lies, by Becca Fitzpatrick
How To Be Brave, by Katherine E, Kottaras
Manners & Mutiny, by Gail Carriger
The Anatomical Shape of a Heart, by Jenn Bennett
Winter, by Melissa Meyer

Hotels of North America, by Rick Moody
The Japanese Lover, by Isabel Allende
Beatlebone, by Kevin Barry
The Mare, by Mary Gaitskill
The Gold Eaters, by Ronald Wright

The Bazaar of Bad Dreams, by Stephen King
Corrupted, by Lisa Scottoline
Home by Nightfall, by Charles Finch
Promise, by Robert Crais
The Crossing, by Michael Connelly

Thing Explainer, by Randall Munroe
Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl, by Carrie Brownstein
The Death of Cancer, by Vincent DeVita
Ardennes 1944, by Antony Beevor
438 Days, by Jonathan Franklin

Sweetest Scoundrel, by Elizabeth Hoyt
Heartsong Cottage, by Emily March
Tough Enough, by M. Leighton
Untamed, by S.C. Stephens
It’s Only Love, by Marie Force

Talk tomorrow,



  1. Love that illustration!


    • Jill,

      I just thought it was perfect. Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving.



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