New York Times bestselling authors Rachel Cohn and David Levithan are back with a life-affirming Christmas romance starring Dash and Lily.
Dash and Lily have had a tough year since readers first watched the couple fall in love. Lily’s beloved grandfather suffered a heart attack, and his difficult road to recovery has taken a major toll on her typically sunny disposition.
With only twelve days left until Christmas—Lily’s favorite time of the year—Dash, Lily’s brother Langston, and their closest friends take Manhattan by storm to help Lily recapture the holiday magic of New York City in December.
Told in alternating chapters, The Twelve Days of Dash & Lily reunites two beloved characters and is bound to be a Christmas favorite, season after season.
AMAZON | BARNES & NOBLE | BOOK DEPOSITORY
Rachel Cohn is the author of the critically acclaimed YA novels Very LeFreak, You Know Where to Find Me, Cupcake, Shrimp, Gingerbread,and Beta. A graduate of Barnard College, she lives and writes in Los Angeles. Find her online at rachelcohn.com.
David Levithan is a children’s book editor in New York City and the New York Times bestselling author of several books for young adults, including Another Day, Every Day, Boy Meets Boy, and Will Grayson, Will Grayson (with John Green). In 2016, David was named the recipient of the Margaret A. Edwards Award, given to honor an author, as well as a specific body of his or her work, for significant and lasting contribution to young adult literature. You can learn more about him at davidlevithan.com.
– 10 Winners will receive a Copy of THE TWELVE DAYS OF DASH & LILY by Rachel Cohn & David.
Evette Torres says
My most memorable Halloween was when I was I think 9 or 10. I so badly wanted to be the tin man but my siblings and I never bought costumes we just made them. But this time I begged my mom and she gave in and bought me the costume and the silver face paint to go with it. I was so happy. So then we went trick or treating down our block and I ended up winning a prize at a house that was throwing a party. The lady said I had the best costume she had seen the whole night. It was so cool I went straight home and told me mom. 🙂
My most memorable Hallowe’en was when I was young in the 1950’s and Hallow’een was safe, easy going, and the children could walk all through their neighborhood alone and with friends and not worry about anything. No cars, no adults and hand made costumes which were extraordinary and special.
Brian P Lane says
When I was 13, I met my very first kissing girlfriend. She was new to the neighborhood and I was once real cute and skinny. Myself and a group of boys went trick/treat to her house to find out who moved in? A cute little black haired girl with amazing eyes. Not quite my first love but an exciting 3 months.
When I was growing up we always had a Halloween party with bobbing for apples,apples on a string,food and plenty of decorations. Our neighborhood bakery had the most delicious orange cupcakes with prizes in them.
Getting chased down by a guy in a mask with a knife. -_-
I enjoyed planning my freshman dorm’s Halloween party–it’s how I met two of my closest friends!
Lily M. says
I remember going to a haunted house with a friend, there were people dressed up trying to scare us, it was dark, there were a couple of dim lights so we could see, when I turned around, my friends face was glowing green, like glow in the dark green, I thought that was creepy, and it wasn’t her whole face it was just in patches. I still wonder how that happened since she didn’t have anything on her face, we were still too little to wear make up so just thinking about it freaks me out.
My most memorable Halloween was when I was in fourth or fifth grade and dressed as the Joker. It was right after the Michael Keaton Batman movie had come out. I created the costume myself – lime green leggings, a Joker shirt, a purple jacket, and a hat, and I did my own makeup. It is one of my favorite costumes that I ever had.
Tammy V says
I liked this year’s Halloween. Walked around with my grown daughters and my 2 yr old granddaughter. It was my granddaughter’s first time out and she had a blast.