Print: A Bookstore is proud to be working with Maine author, Josephine Cameron to offer signed copies of her middle grade novels.
To receive copies signed by the author, place your order with Print: A Bookstore. In the order comments during check-out, please include who you would like the book signed to. For any questions, reach out to our Children's Manager, Stephanie Heinz, at 207-536-4778 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in the interest of the safety of authors and staff, signatures and personalizations for books may be done on bookplates. If you would prefer a signed book and do not mind a delay before it is shipped, please let us know in the comments on your order. Thank you for your understanding!
Josephine Cameron received her MFA in creative writing from the University of Notre Dame. She is the author of the critically acclaimed Maybe a Mermaid and A Dog-Friendly Town, which received three starred reviews and was a Parents magazine Storytime Pick. She lives in Brunswick, Maine, where she writes, sings, and teaches music to kids. https://www.josephinecameron.
Praise For Not All Heroes
A Junior Library Guild Selection
"With its clear, accessible writing, this suspenseful story masterfully juggles many topics: grief; self-assurance; the need for individual, collective, and systemic approaches to ableism, poverty, and other social ills; and the fine line between “extreme altruism” and self-aggrandizement. Morally complex and extremely fun." —Kirkus Reviews, starred review
Praise For A Dog-Friendly Town
A Parents Magazine Storytime Pick!
"Cameron orchestrates the two storylines expertly, positively packing the first with suggestive clues and multiple red herrings as well as winningly diverse arrays of dogs and people while bringing Epic along in believable stages and leaving him good to go as the investigation uncovers all sorts of hidden identities and agendas on the way to a wild scramble of a denouement. Mystery fans will enjoy the multiple twists here; dog lovers will wolf it down." Booklist, starred review
"Overflowing with eccentric characters, adorable dogs, and canine-centered wordplay, this middle-grade mystery offers a smart, playful romp reminiscent of Raskins classic The Westing Game." Bulletin for the Center of Children's Books, starred review
"Short chapters and a breathless pace make this a clever, engrossing plot-driven tale with plenty of unusual, well-developed characterseven the dogs . . . Thoroughly entertainingmystery fans and dog lovers will lap this one up." Kirkus Reviews, starred review