With so many great books out in March, we’ve got something for everyone. Fire up your TBR list and get comfy ’cause going over our One To Watch Books for March is gonna take awhile….

March 1st


Camp So and So by Mary McCoy, March 1st, Carolrhoda Lab, 424 pages

“Twenty-five camper. Five cabins. One very dangerous summer.” This is one summer camp that will require more than your average wilderness skill to survive!

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Future Threat by Elizabeth Briggs, March 1st, AW Teens, 272 pages

It’s been 6 months since Elena,  Adam, three other recruits were sent on a dangerous mission to the future by Aether Corporations. Not everyone survived. Elena is trying to deal with the aftermath. She’s not sure what the future holds, but she’s knows she’s done with Aether Corp. But that doesn’t mean Aether Corp is done with her.

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March 7th 


Traitor to the Throne by Alwyn Hamilton, March 7th, Viking Books for Young Reader, 528 pages

Almani al’Hiza is back in the highly anticipated sequel to Rebel of the Sands! Amani is in the Sultan’s palace and she’s determine to take him down. But to do so she must first uncover his many secrets. And we get the feeling the Sultan’s not the only one with something to hide….

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The Great Pursuit  by Wendy Higgins, March 7th, HarperTeen, 512 pages

The hunt has ended but the pursuit has just began in Wendy Higgins’s conclusion to the Eurona Duology.

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The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco, March 7th, Sourcebooks Fire, 400 pages

“Let me be clear: I never intended to raise my brother from his grave, though he may claim otherwise. If there’s anything I’ve learned from him in the years since, it’s that the dead hide truths as well as the living.” -The Bone Witch

With an opening like this there is no doubt we’ll be reading The Bone Witch this March!

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The Inexplicable Logic of my Life by Benjamin Alire Saenz, March 7th, Clarion Books, 464 pages

“Sal used to know his place with his adoptive gay father, their loving Mexican-American family, and his best friend, Samantha. But it’s senior year, and suddenly Sal is throwing punches, questioning everything, and realizing he no longer knows himself. If Sal’s not who he thought he was, who is he?” – Goodreads

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Goodbye Days by Jeff Zenter, March 7th, Crown Books for Young Readers, 416 Pages

“Can one text message destroy your life?”

A text can do more than destroy one life, it can destroy many. In Jeff’s Zentner’s new novel, a careless action triggers a chain reaction of heartbreak and regret. Now Carver Briggs must see if he lean on those most hurtby his actions in an attempt to save his own life.

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You’re Welcome, Universe by Whitney Gardner, March 7th, Knopf, 304 pages

Julia is a fierce friend, an amazing graffiti artist and he happens to be deaf. When an act of artistic (although illegal) valor gets Julia kicked out her school for the hearing impaired, she forced to attend mainstream high school. Here, Julia sticks out for what she can’t do, hear, rather than what she can do, draw. Julia retreats into the one place she feels safe, her art. But when someone start tagging Julia’s art, and shows her up, it’s a declaration of graffiti war. Bring. It. On!

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Proof of Lies (Anastasia Phoenix #1) by Diana Rodriguez Wallach, March 7th, Entangled Teen

Anastasia Phoenix’s life is not what you would call dull. She’s constantly traveling with her scientist parents, she speaks for languages, she has a black belt. But when her parents die and her sister is missing presumed dead, Anastasia’s life is turned upside down. No one believes her sister is alive, which no one is looking for her, except Anastasia. She sets out to find her sister with the help of a mysterious boy who may be keeping a few secrets of his own. Anastasia will need all the deductive reasoning skills her parents taught her if she’s going to stay alive.

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Ultimatum by K.M. Walton, March 7th, Sourcebooks Fire, 320 pages

“Oscar is misunderstood. Ever since his mother died, he’s been disrespected and bullied by his family, and he seeks refuge in his art. Vance is a popular athlete and wishes his brother would just loosen up and be cool. It was hard enough to deal with their mother’s death without Oscar getting all emotional. Vance just wants to throw himself into partying, to live.

But when their father’s alcoholism sends him into liver failure, the two boys must come face-to-face with their demons-and each other-if they are going to survive an uncertain future.”- Goodreads

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Max by Sarah Cohen-Scali, March 7th, Gallimard, 473 pages

It’s 1936 Germany. Max is designed to be the perfect baby for the Third Reich. But when nature is pitted against nurture, anything can happen.

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March 14th


End of Oz (Dorothy Must Die #4), March 14th, HarperCollins, 304 pages

We’ve followed Amy Gumm for Kansas to Oz and back again. Will Amy be able to make Oz the technicolor wonderland it once was? Or will it continue to be stripped of its magic and mired in war? This epic re-imagining of the darker side of Oz finally concludes with the End of Oz.

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Hunted by Meagan Spooner, March 14th, Harper Teen, 352 pages

Meagan Spooner gives us a Beauty and the Beast story where beauty might just have the sharper claws.

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A Psalm for Lost Girls by Katie Bayerl, March 14th, G.P. Putnam & Sons Books for Young Readers, 368 pages

Everyone thinks Callie’s sister Tess is a saint. Literally. When Tess dies suddenly, the whole town get behind their mother campaign to petition the Pope to have Tess recognized as a saint. But Callie’s on a more important mission. She wants to show that Tess wasn’t some roadside attraction, she was a real person. While Callie searches for proof her sister was human, she finds some very unexpected things along the way.

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The Hearbeats of Wing Jones by Katherine Webber, March 14th, Delacorte Books for Young Reader, 336 pages

Marcus was always the popular one in the family. Popular, star athlete,  Marcus was loved by everyone. But when a drunk driving accident with Marcus behind the wheels changes everything.

To deal with her grief, Marcus’s sister Wing starts running at night. When she seen by Marcus’s best friend, he tells her she’s got a shot a going pro. Wing doesn’t mind training with her brother cute bestie, but can she handle being the family’s star athlete now that her brother has fallen from grace?

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March 21st


Shadow Run by Adrianne Strickland & Michael Miller, March 21st, Delcorte Press, 400 pages.

“Firefly” meets DUNE in this action-packed sci-fi adventure about a close-knit, found family of a crew navigating a galaxy of political intrigue and resource-driven power games.- Goodreads

You had us at “Firefly meets Dune”!

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The Hidden Memory of Objects by Danielle Mages Amato, Balzer & Bray. 336 pages

Losing your brother is hard enough, but when the police rule the death as potential suicide, it’s like a second death. Especially because Megan doesn’t think it’s true. Megan has insight that the police don’t have, not just because Tyler is her brother, but because she can see memories attached to objects. Megan will use her gifts to find out what really happened to Tyler.

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Hellworld by Tom Leveen, March 21st, Simon Pulse, 320 pages

Abby mother went missing 5 years ago under suspicious circumstances. She was the host of a ghost hunter show on assignment in a cave in Arizona. Abby’s dad never got over the loss, neither did Abby. Now Abby is determine to see what it her mother found in that cave and if it caused her death. But nothing could prepare Abby for what is waiting for her there.

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March 28th 


Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor, March 28th, Little Brown Books for Young Reader, 544 pages

Junior Librarians, mythic heroes, a lost city….Laini Taylor is back with her own special brand on magic found only in the pages of her elaborate worlds she builds. We cannot wait to see where she takes us in Strange the Dreamer!

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Blood Rose Rebellion by Rosalyn Eves, March 28th, Knopf Books For Young Readers, 416 pages

“The thrilling first book in a YA fantasy trilogy for fans of Red Queen. In a world where social prestige derives from a trifecta of blood, money, and magic, one girl has the ability to break the spell that holds the social order in place.”-Goodreads

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Just Another Girl by Elizabeth Eulberg, March 28th, Scholastic, 256 pages

Hope has a crush on her best friend but there’s one thing keeping them apart: his girlfriend.

Parker has a secret that if revealed will likely ruin her world. And keeping that secret is harder since Hope has decided she wants Parker out of the picture.

There is silent was going on between Hope and Parker, but do either of them really know what the stakes are?

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Just Fly Away by Andrew McCarthy, March 28th, Algonquin Young Readers, 272 pages

Willow’s father has been keeping a secret for 8 years- he had child with another woman. Willow’s half brother has been living in the same town as her his whole life and she never knew he existed. Soon her father’s secret is Willow’s too and the weigh of it threatens to pull Willow under.

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A Crown of Wishes by Roshani Chokshi, March 28th, St. Martin’s Griffin, 352 pages

A warrior princess must team up with the rival prince of an enemy kingdom. They each have something to lose and even more to gain. But as their alliance born out of necessity strengthens, they run the risk of finding out they’re not as divided as they once believed.

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100 Hours by Rachel Vincent, March 28th, Katherine Tegan Books,

“A decadent spring break getaway on an exotic beach becomes a terrifying survival story when six Miami teens are kidnapped and ransomed.”- Goodreads

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There you have it, all the books you’ll want in March. Just a friendly reminder, my birthday is March 16th and I’d be thrilled with anything on this list! Happy reading. xo



OTWB February 2017