The Lad’s new paperback series is ‘truly one of the best’
NEW YORK—The book series “The Lad’s” is a collection of short stories that have been compiled in an attempt to give readers a sense of what it’s like to be a young person in a world where technology is everywhere, but where there’s still a sense that the world can still be understood with a few words.
The books are titled “The Laundry List,” “The Drip List” and “The Mistletoe List,” and they feature short stories by two young men who grew up in the ’70s.
“The List” tells the story of a young boy who falls off a bus, and “Drip List,” a story about a young girl who goes missing after getting caught in a fire, tells the tale of a boy who learns to navigate the Internet.
The Lad, a book series that debuted in 2016, tells a story of two young people whose world changes after being abducted by aliens.
They discover the world around them is still connected, and that they can no longer understand it.
“The Lad” tells a similar story, but instead of two strangers, there’s an old man, who’s been a part of the same family since childhood, and a new man, named Jack, who is not yet a father.
“Dress Up” and the short stories “The Fuzzy Poodle” and “[I]n the City” are both about the journey that follows two teenage boys, “A.J.” and “Ariel,” from the fictional town of Liddell, New York.
The first of the books, “The Rundown,” is written by the son of an actress, and it’s the story about the boy who is the one to break the news to his family.
The book has been called “a masterpiece of an original, hilarious, and funny tale,” by the Los Angeles Times.
“We’re thrilled to have this book in our library,” said David Pfeifer, who created the series with fellow writer and executive producer, David J. Peterson.
“I think it’s really unique,” said Peterson.
“It’s a wonderful way to introduce a new generation of readers to a different kind of world and a different era of storytelling.
The story is so different than anything else I’ve read, and the characters are so real.”
The books also come with an audio-visual companion app, which will let readers hear and read the stories and take photos with the characters, while the app also features interactive storytelling and an interactive book club.
“It’s an exciting time in American culture,” said Pfeilder.
“People are really starting to understand that the Internet is real, and they’re also realizing that technology is a part to our lives and that it’s a part that’s a reflection of our humanity.”
“We’re just as excited as the kids that this series is bringing into the world.
I think it really is going to be one of our most popular books,” said John L. Sullivan, publisher of the Simon & Schuster imprint, which publishes the series.
“Our readers are not just kids who want to have fun, but they’re looking for an experience that is going beyond just a book, and I think ‘The Lad’ is a really exciting, funny book that we can all look forward to.”
“The Liddells’ The Lad series was a natural fit for Simon & Brans, which has been working to provide a more accessible, affordable and inclusive space for people of color, LGBTQ people, and people of all kinds of backgrounds,” said Scott McLeod, executive editor of Simon & BRans.
“They have such a wide, vibrant readership that they wanted to create something that would reflect the unique needs of its readers, and ‘The Leddells’ series is the culmination of that.”
The Lads book series, which features five stories, is scheduled for release in 2018.