Idiot Genius Nabs 5th Award

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We’re proud to announce another book award for Richard Due’s Idiot Genius series—this time from Writer’s Digest (for middle grade & young adult). This is the 5th time Idiot Genius has been recognized this year. We’re so proud we typeset a new first page!

IF YOU DONT READ THIS YOU’RE JUST A plain IDIOT!

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Um, another day . . . another 5-star review for Willa Snap?! (4.9-star avg) Really? Totally bean!

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I wasn’t sure how this book would be received. I’m feeling really humbled by these incredible reviews and book awards. [now I have to go cry for a bit]

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Another 5-star review for Willa Snap (4.9-star avg)

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Book Signing: Baltimore Book Festival

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 I’ll be signing copies of Idiot Genius: Willa Snap and the Clockwerk Boy on the 29th (Saturday), from 3pm – 7pm at the Baltimore Inner Harbor. Say: “Oh, Snap!” and I’ll take 20% off the price! (You’ll find me under the Maryland Writers Association’s tent.)

The Baltimore Book Festival features hundreds of appearances by local, celebrity and nationally known authors, book signings, more than 100 exhibitors and booksellers, nonstop readings on multiple stages, cooking demos by top chefs, poetry readings, workshops, panel discussions, storytellers and hands-on projects for kids, live music, and a thoughtfully curated food, craft beer, and wine program.

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Oh, Snap! Willa Snap has been shortlisted for the Internatinal Rubery Book Award

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Idiot Genius: Willa Snap and the Clockwerk Boy

There is plenty to like about this novel. It is full of fun, and clearly the product of a quirky, inventive mind, ideal for children’s writing. Willa is a smart, likeable child with no prejudices. She, her genius mother and practical father (no problem with gender stereotypes here) are kidnapped and taken to a world where they experience bizarre encounters with a variety of unlikely entities. The narrative is often very witty and the absurdity of the story is what carries it along. The pace is fast and the plot farcical in places which is what children will like about it. This would appeal to the 10-12 age range, although a certain amount of intelligence is assumed, otherwise too many of the jokes would be missed.

—International Rubery Book Award

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