Cover Reveal: Lindsay Currie’s WHAT LIVES IN THE WOODS

Hello readers, wishing you all a safe and happy 2021! I am thrilled to be able to welcome in the new year in awesome style with a very special cover reveal!

Lindsay Currie, author of fantastic and spooky middle grade reads such as The Peculiar Incident on Shady Street, as well as the Fall 2020 release Scritch Scratch, has a new book set to release in September of 2021 by Sourcebooks for Young Readers. (Perfectly timed for some scary Halloween reading!). I am throughly delighted to be participating in the book cover reveal for Lindsay’s upcoming book WHAT LIVES IN THE WOODS. With a super blurb about Scritch Scratch from iconic horror writer R.L. Stine at the top and an eerie palette, WHAT LIVES IN THE WOODS sounds AND looks wonderfully moody and frightening!

Now, without further adieu, here is the cover!…

WHAT LIVES IN THE WOODS, cover art by Matt Saunders

Pretty fantastic and ominous, isn’t it?! Here is a snippet from the book description:

Welcome to the decrepit Woodmoor Manor…where something in the woods is always watching. From the author of Scritch Scratch comes a chilling middle grade story about a creepy mansion and sinister creatures in the wood. All Ginny Anderson wants from her summer is to relax. But when Ginny’s father—a respected restoration expert in Chicago—surprises the family with a month-long trip to Michigan, everything changes. They aren’t staying in a hotel like most families would. No, they’re staying in a mansion. A twenty-six room, century-old building surrounded by dense forest, Woodmoor Manor…

For more information on WHAT LIVES IN WOODS, and to add it to your reading list, follow this link to the title’s Goodreads page! Be sure to also check out Lindsay Currie’s website for more information on her books, teacher resources, and more! You can also check out cover artist Matt Saunders on Twitter @msaunders_ink or on Instagram!

Happy reading all, and look forward to a post or two highlighting some of the wonderful books I read over the course of 2020 coming soon!

Author: michelle@fabbookreviews

Reference & Children's Librarian. Reader. Reviewer.

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