All the Latest Best Book Trailers We've Seen Lately

Let's start with the trailers for kids' books. Andrew Larsen, who spoke to us as part of #Fest2Fest, makes a cameo appearance in the trailer for his new picture book Bye Bye Butterflies.

We're in love with the Cozy Classics, Pride & Prejudice and Moby Dick in board book style. Their trailer suggests that the books are as high on substance (and felt!) as they are on charm.


This adorable video for Debbie Ridpath Ohi's picture book I'm Bored (which was written by Michael Ian Black) gets our vote for the best use of the word "ennui" that we've seen lately.


For the YA set, the trailer for Helene Becker's Trouble in the Hills promises an action-packed read full of suspense.


This short trailer for the novel Margaret and the Moth Tree is most intriguing, particularly for those of us partial to stories about orphan girls. 


And Kenneth Oppel is back with the latest in his Victor Frankenstein series with Such Wicked Intent.

And now for the grown-ups...

What it lacks in slick production, the trailer of Lydia Perovic's Incidental Music makes up for in take-downs of Can-Lit cliches ("and there is some sex").


The trailer for Joy Fielding's new novel Shadow Creek is totally terrifying. Consider yourself warned!


And now for something completely different, Had a Glass 2013 author James Nevison provides a 4-step wine tasting tutorial.

In "Locating the Blondes", Emily Schultz visits sites from her bestselling novel The Blondes, which takes place in New York. Part 1 is here:


"What's an unemployed zombie supposed to f**kin' do?" is the question posed in childlike scrawl in the trailer for Corey Redekop's new novel Husk.

November 15, 2012
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