There's no doubt that we're all impatiently waiting for the third season of Stranger Things to be released. Luckily, Penguin Random House has a few new projects in the works to keep our needs satisfied until then.

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Beginning this fall, the publishing house will be releasing a few novels based on the Duffer Brothers’ Netflix hit.

The first is a book that takes a look at the making of the show titled, Stranger Things: World Turned Upside Down: The Official Behind-The-Scenes Companion. Then will come a yet-untitled advice guide for teens.

Last, the company will be publishing a Stranger Things prequel novel by author Gwenda Bond. This will be a completely new story detailing the backstory surrounding what happened to Eleven’s mother.

Excited yet? We are.

If you remember, we only learned a bit about Eleven's mother's past last season. We know that she was enrolled in the MKUltra program, eventually leaving her lobotomized and forced to live in a creepy void, but not much else. It will be interesting to get a new take on the story.

The prequel is set to be published next Spring, hopefully around the time that the third season will be released.

Will you be grabbing copies of these Stranger Things books? Let us know in the comments!

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