Between Us and the Moon by Rebecca Maizel

“You watch the world. I’m not sure you even live in it.” Fifteen-year-old Sarah’s boyfriend has just dumped her with these words, and she’s determined to prove him wrong.

Posted by on April 23, 2018

Peachy and Keen: A School Tail by Jason Tharp

This 96 page series opener about friendship and overcoming challenges boasts eight pun-filled chapters and a varied cast of animals, both real and mythical.

Posted by on April 20, 2018

Mrs. Dole is Out of Control by Dan Gutman

A.J. is graduating second grade and he can’t wait for summer; he just has to get through graduation first. However, the son of the new PTA president (Mrs. Dole) is Read more...

Posted by on April 13, 2018

Echo (Vol. 1): Moon Lake by Terry Moore

An explosion over Moon Lake catches photographer Julie Martin by surprise. Liquid metal rains from the sky, sticking to her skin and her truck. The metal seems… alive. The pellets Read more...

Posted by on April 13, 2018

The Rooster Bar by John Grisham

Mark, Todd, and Zola came to law school for the same reasons as many people. The work will be hard and the hours long but when you’re through you’ll be Read more...

Posted by on April 3, 2018

The Magic Misfits by Neil Patrick Harris

Runaway Carter always thought magic was only used to trick or steal, so when he arrives in a small New England town, he is surprised by illusionist Dante Vernon, who Read more...

Posted by on April 1, 2018

Celine by Peter Heller

Celine is a private investigator on the verge of retirement when she receives a call from a fatherless woman looking for closure. Photographer Paul Lamont went missing decades ago near Read more...

Posted by on March 28, 2018

Natural Disasters: I Cover Them. I Am One. by Ginger Zee

The weather around us can cause horrific disasters – tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards, and so much more. For television meteorologists like Ginger Zee, all these situations are a challenge: to present Read more...

Posted by on March 23, 2018

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women by Angela Robinson

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women pictures the life of William Marston, psychologist and creator of the Wonder Woman superhero comic books. In 1928, Professor Marston taught Psychology at Radcliffe Read more...

Posted by on March 23, 2018

Hermes: Tales of the Trickster by George O’Connor

The Greek god of thieves, language, and travel comes to life in this vibrant addition to George O’Connor’s Olympians graphic novel series.

Posted by on March 22, 2018

Quiet as a Mouse: and Other Animal Idioms by Chiêu Anh Urban

This book is a thoughtful and fun exploration of colloquialisms from front to back. Urban's bold and vibrant palette compliments the graphic illustrations and modern font. Sharing this book with Read more...

Posted by on March 22, 2018

Pax by Sara Pennypacker

Pax, a pet fox, has been inseparable from his boy, Peter, ever since he found him at only a few weeks old. When Peter’s father enlists in the war and Read more...

Posted by on March 14, 2018

Flame in the Mist by Reneé Ahdieh

The prose is elegant and descriptive, and it's apparent much research was put into life in feudal Japan. If you're in the market for historical fiction in a nontraditional setting Read more...

Posted by on March 14, 2018

Pete the Cat and the Lost Tooth by James Dean

The Tooth Fairy, busy as ever, accepts Pete the Cat’s offer to help deliver coins in exchange for lost teeth. Enjoy James Dean’s iconic style with this newest addition to Read more...

Posted by on March 8, 2018

York: The Shadow Cipher by Laura Ruby

New York has always been a city shrouded in mystery but there is no mystery greater than the York Cipher, a puzzle consisting of a series of clues left by Read more...

Posted by on March 8, 2018

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