We now have the Chobits, Megatokyo, and Comic Party series on the Graphic Novels shelf...
And here are some more new books for Spring reading from many well-known authors:
The Eagle of the Ninth (The Roman Britain Trilogy, Book One), Rosemary Sutcliff: The book the recent film The Eagle was based on, a tale of Great Britain in the Roman era. What happened to the Ninth Legion after it marched into the northern mists in AD 117...?
Spray, Harry Edge: A water gun assassin game goes awry on city streets...watch your back!
Rival, Sara Bennett Wealer: Kathryn and Brooke used to be best friends...but in high school you can't always count on friendship. Great reviews for this one from Sara Zarr and Lauren Myracle.
Entice, Carrie Jones: If you enjoyed Need and Captivate, Entice should be next on your list....
Sugar and Spice (An LA Candy Novel), Lauren Conrad: The author's next in the series of stories about young Hollywood and their loves and losses.
Angry Young Man, Chris Lynch: Alexander's older brother Robert may be the only one who can save him from going down a path toward dangerous behavior, taken from today's headlines.
Orchards, Holly Thompson: Told in beautiful poetry and highlighted by evocative artwork, this is the story of Kana's summer in Japan with her relatives, and lessons she learns about culture, tradition, and friendship.
The Queen of Water, Laura Resau and Maria Virginia Farinango: Based on a true story of an Ecuadorian child sold into servitude; she teaches herself to read and write and holds on to her spirit and humor through very difficult times.