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This Wolf Was Different

A young prehistoric wolf becomes separated from her pack and fears she isn't wolfish enough to ever truly belong with anyone... until she meets a human child. Together, they journey toward a new way of living that will change the course of history. Illustrated by Hannah Salyer.

Katie Slivensky's first picture book!

Coming March 5, 2024 from Beach Lane Books.

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Pre-order Campaign Details:

  • Fill out THIS FORM to prove you have placed a pre-order!

  • Every proof of pre-order adds $5 worth of donations toward a wolf or dog rescue!

  • A baseline donation will be made to each rescue organization, no matter how many pre-orders are sent in. But you can raise the total donation amount with your proof of pre-order!

  • This campaign runs until Midnight, EST, on March 4th, 2023. It also caps at $500 per each of the following three organizations: Wolf Hollow, MA, Mission: Wolf, CO, and Save a Pet, NY.

  • These organizations were chosen based on their missions, and this campaign does not reflect an endorsement on their part for this book.

  • Please feel free to give additional, independent donations directly to:

    • Wolf Hollow - an education focused wolf sanctuary in Massachusetts.

    • Mission: Wolf - a nature center in Colorado that provides a home for captive-born wolves and wolf-dogs.

    • Save a Pet - a pet shelter on Long Island where Katie used to volunteer, rehabbing abused dogs.

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The Countdown Conspiracy

Ambassador, you are go for launch in T- minus 5…4…3…2… Get ready to blast off with this high-action, high-stakes middle grade adventure!

Miranda Regent can’t believe she was just chosen as one of six kids from around the world to train for the first ever mission to Mars. But as soon as the official announcement is made, she begins receiving anonymous threatening messages…and when the training base is attacked, it looks like Miranda is the intended target. Now the entire mission—and everyone’s lives—are at risk. And Miranda may be the only one who can save them.

 

Praise for The Countdown Conspiracy:

With fleshed-out characters who are intelligent but act like preteens and teens, Slivensky’s action-packed narrative is about grappling with passions, insecurity, and questions of trust. The novel is well researched and perfect for readers interested in astrophysics or space travel.

 

- School Library Journal

Slivensky incorporates plenty of fascinating science and engineering into her sci-fi debut, and lots of action keeps the pages turning. This quick read with a twisty mystery and plenty of science action will appeal to a wide range of readers.

- Booklist

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The Seismic Seven

Brianna Dobson didn’t plan to spend her summer saving the world from total destruction. But what starts as an educational experience shadowing geologist Dr. Samantha Grier in Yellowstone National Park quickly becomes a race to stop a massive volcanic eruption the likes of which the humanity has never seen.

 

Seven kids. One supervolcano. One chance to save the world.

Praise for The Seismic Seven:

Slivensky masterfully blends geology and fantasy to create a provocative adventure that tests the skills, wits, maturity, and camaraderie of seven brave teens. Bri’s first-person account solidly relates the plot while allowing for the full development of all characters. Even readers with little science background will be pulled into this riveting story.

-Booklist

Plot twist after plot twist keeps the story moving at a fast pace until the end. ...An engaging adventure with a high-stakes plot and a timely message about preserving the environment.

 

-Kirkus

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SMALLER: The Search for Subatomic Particles

In Slivensky's non-fiction debut, follow the amazing journeys scientists have undertaken to discover the smallest pieces of our universe, even as the searches themselves have resulted in some of the hugest experiments ever attempted. Ever. From World Wars to ferrets in diapers, the stories behind the bizarre field of particle physics can at times seem totally outlandish—but just like every particle in our universe, they each have an important role to play.

Coming 2025 from Algonquin Young Readers.

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I, ROCK

This delightfully informative picture book takes a humorous look at the hard, nonfiction elements of geology, from the viewpoint of a sassy, savvy stone who has -- quite literally -- seen it all. Illustrated by Steph Stilwell.

Coming Summer 2025 from Beach Lane Books.

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