After an extremely long year, we’re ending 2021 on a high note!
For this Grab a Galley our wonderful publishing partners have pulled out all the stops. With over 200 titles covering every category and offering an astounding breath of genres, you’ll find a title for every taste.
PW’s Winter/Spring Grab a Galley really does have it all – sci-fi, true crime, rom-coms, memoirs, literary comics, YA fantasy, seek-and-find picture books, folktales, literary thrillers, story collections, graphic novels, pandemic diaries, dual-language middle grade novels and life lessons from a loveable if completely anxious golden retriever puppy.
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Maria Luisa Di Gravio
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All Because of the Tail
by Maria Luisa Di Gravio; illus. by Maria Luisa Di Gravio
Sunbird BooksIn a park full of squirrels, it's hard to be a mouse. Is a big, fluffy tail what it takes to make a friend? Tullio will try anything—even a "tail wig"—to find out! Children will love this charming, funny, and sweet story about the importance of self-acceptance and finding friends who appreciate you just as you are.
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All My Rage
by Sabaa Tahir
Penguin Young ReadersFrom #1 New York Times bestselling author Sabaa Tahir comes a brilliant, unforgettable, and heart-wrenching contemporary YA novel about family and forgiveness, love and loss, in a sweeping story that crosses generations and continents.
g. haron davis, Cam Montgomery, Adrianne White
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All Signs Point to Yes
by g. haron davis, Cam Montgomery, Adrianne White
Inkyard PressA literal star-studded anthology that delivers a love story for every star sign straight from the hearts of 13 multicultural YA authors, including Mark Oshiro, Tehlor Kay Mejia, and Emery Lee! Perfect for anyone who’s addicted to reading their daily horoscope.
Lida Larina, Radka Píro
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Animal Adaptations: Unique Body Parts
by Lida Larina, Radka Píro
AlbatrosWhy does a peacock have such extravagant tail feathers? Or why do crocodiles have eyes on the top of their heads? Discover the coolest animal anatomy tricks! Look through the cut-outs and guess who it is! First a game, then plenty of funny and interesting facts about various evolutionary traits that have helped animals adapt to their environment or way of life.
Bill Martin Jr & Michael Sampson
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by Bill Martin Jr & Michael Sampson; illus. by Natalie Beauvois
Brown Books KidsJoin the Armadillo on His Nightly Romp! Children will love the rhythm and rhyme that are hallmarks of the beloved author duo of Chicka Chicka 1, 2, 3 as they follow the adventurous armadillo through nighttime fun as dawn approaches.
Dr. John Hutton and Dr. V.G. Jain
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by Dr. John Hutton and Dr. V.G. Jain; illus. by Leah Busch Rockel
Blue Manatee PressBaby Bookworm, written by pediatrician Dr. John Hutton and physician-scientist and neonatologist Dr. V.G. Jain, was designed for parents to read to their babies in the NICU to help their babies feel calm and loved. Soothing text combines with gentle watercolor illustrations to offer support to families during the often-anxious time spent in the NICU.
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by Bella Higgin
Wattpad BooksI knew I had to get into Belle Morte to find my sister. So, here I am, a donor for vampires to feed on. I see now the secrets are bigger and the truth about this world, these vampires, and my sister, are shocking and terrifying. Belle Morte has spoken. And it may never let me go.
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The Best Liars in Riverview
by Lin Thompson
Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersIn the woods of a small Kentucky town, Aubrey sets off on a journey about growing up, self-discovery, and acceptance while searching for their missing best friend—perfect for fans of King and the Dragonflies and Three Times Lucky.
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Beyond Possible: One Man, 14 Peaks, and the Mountaineering Achievement of a Lifetime
by Nimsdai Purja
National GeographicThis action-packed memoir tells the inspiring tale of how mountaineer Nimsdai Purja summited all of the world’s 8,000-meter “Death Zone” peaks in less than seven months, smashing the previous seven-year record. Young readers will not only learn how Purja physically accomplished this incredible feat, but also how his extraordinary mindset—his attitude, leadership skills, and willingness to learn from mistakes—took him to the top.
Amy Parker & Mike Nawrocki
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Bible for Me: Bible Stories and Prayers
by Amy Parker & Mike Nawrocki; illus. by Taylor Thompson Lynch
K-LOVE BooksGive your child the joy of God’s everlasting Word with this easy-to-read collection of Bible stories. The Bible for Me: Bible Stories and Prayers, from authors Amy Parker and Mike Nawrocki, includes 50 stories designed to share the story of God’s people and His love for each child. It features customizable prayers and fresh illustrations from Taylor Thompson Lynch.
Erik van Bemmel
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The Big Bird Search Book
by Erik van Bemmel
Clavis PublishingNature is more fun when you know more about it! In this book, you’ll discover over a hundred birds from around the world. Are you good at playing I spy? Then you’ll have a blast with this book! A colorful seek-and-find book about the nature around us.
Rob & Tom Sears
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The Biggest Footprint
by Rob & Tom Sears
Canongate BooksA fun, wildly original, fact-packed and beautifully illustrated book by the Sears brothers, revealing our giant species as we've never seen ourselves before and showing us how – together – we can do a better job of looking after the planet.
Khristi Lauren Adams
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Black Girls Unbossed
by Khristi Lauren Adams
Beaming BooksFrom Khristi Lauren Adams, author of the celebrated Parable of the Brown Girl, comes Black Girls Unbossed, which introduces readers to young Black girls leading the way and changing the world. Eight young Black women are profiled, including the founder of a child literacy nonprofit, political activists, and a school shooting survivor who launched a political action committee to prevent gun violence.
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by Julia Seal; illus. by Julia Seal
Sunbird BooksOnce, the ocean was full of friends. Then a little jellyfish notices that things are changing—friends are disappearing! He sets out to discover the truth and learns that everyone has a part to play in protecting the careful balance of the ocean. In this beautifully illustrated, timely, and topical tale, the jellyfish band together to deliver an important message.
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Boys of the Beast
by Monica Zepeda
Tu Books/Lee & Low BooksAfter their grandmother’s funeral, three estranged cousins hop into their grandmother’s 1988 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe for a road trip, but the last thing they expect is to uncover deeper ties that bring them even closer together. Boys of the Beast is a smart and fearless novel perfect for fans of David Levithan, Benjamin Alire Sáenz, or Meg Medina.
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Callie: The Crazy Calico Cat
by Tara Richter
Richter PublishingCallie might look like a sweet, innocent cat... but as soon as you let your guard down, her calico instincts kick in and she becomes Ninja Callie! The Adventures of Callie the Crazy Calico Cat, is a fun interactive book for children to teach them about pet adoption, feline leukemia and go into the mind-set of your favorite feline pet. This is a series of books that follows Callie on her daily adventures of living with her human family. Life with a calico cat is never a dull moment. This is the first book in the series that goes over the story of Callie as a kitten and being adopted from the shelter and her new life.
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by Susie Jaramillo
EncantosIn Colors, the latest book in the Bilingual Firsts collection from Canticos by Susie Jaramillo, learn about colors and the new colors they make when you combine them. In English and Spanish, Canticos makes learning twice as fun, in two languages.
Jordan H. Bartlett
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Contest of Queens
by Jordan H. Bartlett
CamCat BooksWhen an unsettling event occurs in the Queendom of Frea, Jacs, an inventor’s apprentice from the Lower Realm, participates in the Contest of Queens to prove that a Queendom is strongest when united.
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Cookies & Milk
by Shawn Amos
Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersIt's a summer of family, friendship, and fun fiascos in this semi-autobiographical novel that's as irresistible as fresh-baked cookies. Partially based on Shawn Amos's own experiences growing up the son of Wally “Famous” Amos in a mostly white area, and packed with humor, heart, and fun illustrations, this debut novel sings with the joy of self-discovery, unconditional love, and belonging.
Marguerite du Plessis
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by Marguerite du Plessis
Austin Macauley PublishersCharles was a very curious 10-year-old. His curiosity leads him to measure the size of an earthquake and takes him on a scientific adventure! Travel with Charlie to Crystal Palace, in England, for a historical re-imagining of the greatest scientific exhibition of the 20th century that never happened and explore some of the ideas that launched the modern world.
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Dodos Are Not Extinct
by Paddy Donnelly
Yeehoo PressA hilarious, engaging primer on extinct—but never forgotten—animals that will keep kids giggling and guessing on every page. Can you keep a secret? Dodos are NOT extinct! In fact, if you look closely, you might be able to spot other extinct animals . . . like woolly mammoths and dinosaurs! These famous creatures are in disguise everywhere, keep your eyes peeled!
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The Dove in the Belly
by Jim Grimsley
Levine QueridoAt the University of North Carolina, Ronny's made some friends, kept his secrets, survived dorm life, and protected his heart. Until he can't. This book is about the electric, dangerous, tender but always powerful attraction between two very different boys. But it's also about the cycles of love and life and how they open us up to grief and joy.
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The Dregg Disaster – An Algebra I Workbook
by Chris Matthews
ChoosecoThis Algebra 1 Workbook is different from other math workbooks. Read the story starring YOU, where the mastermind criminals at Dregg Corporation have a creepy interest in recovering an employee ID you found on the sidewalk. Solve the equations to find your page number… Wrong answer? Possible death, giant rats, and more! Good luck!
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The Dressmaker’s Daughter
by Linda Boroff
Santa Monica PressBeautiful and spirited Daniela has a passionate romance with her tutor, Mihail, but when the Nazis invade Romania, Daniela and Mihail’s lives are forever changed. An unflinching look at the horrors inflicted by the Nazis upon the Romanian Jews during the Holocaust, and one brave young woman’s ability to rise above her suffering and escape to freedom.
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by Elise Broach
Christy Ottaviano BooksWelcome to the world of Mirabelle, a young goldfinch who loves to sing and dreams of becoming a musical star. A fast-paced, history-rich mystery, young readers will be hooked as they root for boy and bird in this beautifully told novel, full of emotion and suspense.
Dr. Mike King
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Enamel the Camel
by Dr. Mike King
The Collective Book StudioEnamel wants to be like all the other camels who live in Camel-lot, but his front teeth are bigger than anyone else's. And they stick out. He's the only camel who brushes his teeth. Enamel is tired of getting teased for being different. Then one day the class gets caught in a terrible sandstorm...and his exceptional incisors save the day.
Amy Chan Zhou
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Flowing with the Pearl River: Memoir of a Red China Girl
by Amy Chan Zhou
Santa Monica PressA searing memoir about growing up in rural Communist China, this is a vividly accurate portrayal of one family’s painful experiences during Communism and the Cultural Revolution. Branded as “bad elements” and “class enemies,” Zhou’s family is cast out into homelessness and starvation, before they are able to rebuild their lives and eventually escape to freedom in the United States.
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For the Record
by Monique Polak
Owlkids BooksThis middle grade novel offers a thoughtful, supportive look at parental alienation and its impact on children. Twelve-year-old Justine’s parents are divorced and she and her sister Bea are caught between two worlds. Throughout the book, Justine’s clever, unique voice guides readers as she navigates complicated family dynamics and summons the courage to tell the truth, no matter the consequences.
Betty G. Yee
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by Betty G. Yee
Lerner Publishing GroupGrowing up in 1860s China, Ling Fan has lived a life of comfort. But her life is upended when her brother, Jing Fan, dies and their father is imprisoned under false accusations. To earn the money that will secure her father's release, Ling Fan disguises herself as her brother to work as a laborer on the Transcontinental Railroad in America.
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Good Game, Well Played
by Rachael Smith
MaverickSienna has a job working in the local video game store, Game Champ, with her four best friends, and that was how it was going to be forever… Until a money-hungry landlord threatens to shut the store down. Award-nominated writer Rachael Smith shares a tale about looking back at your rose-colored life, and finding the family you thought you lost.
Laekan Zea Kemp
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by Laekan Zea Kemp
Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersClap When You Land meets On the Come Up in this heart-gripping story about navigating first love and overcoming grief through the power of music, from the author of Somewhere Between Bitter and Sweet.
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by Samira Ahmed
Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersA powerful, gripping YA novel about the insidious nature of racism, the terrible costs of unearthing hidden truths, and the undeniable power of hope, by New York Times bestselling author Samira Ahmed. Perfect for fans of Sadie and Dear Martin.
Esther van den Berg
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Hop at Swimming Class
by Esther van den Berg
Clavis PublishingSplash! Mommy wants all her little frogs to take swimming lessons. Floating, backstroke, treading water. . . Hop tries his best, but often makes a mess of things. One day, he surprises even himself! A silly and vibrant book about a little frog who finds his own way at swimming class.
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Hunters of the Lost City
by Kali Wallace
Quirk BooksOctavia grew up believing her town was the only one left in the world. But then she meets someone beyond the walls and everything she’s ever believed is thrown into question. Faced with shocking twists, frightening monsters, and dark magic, Octavia will have to use every scrap of her skill and courage to uncover the truth.
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I Really Want to Be First!: A Really Bird Story – No. 1
by Harriet Ziefert; illus. by Travis Foster
Red Comet PressBird is in line behind his best friends, but he wants to change that. Along the way, Really Bird discovers that being the leader involves more than being first. This new series is a funny and entertaining narrative based on relatable social/emotional themes. Character growth, creative problem-solving, friendship and emotional engagement are at the heart of every story.
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If You Change Your Mind
by Robby Weber
Inkyard PressFor fans of Adam Silvera and Becky Albertalli, this heartfelt rom-com by bookstagrammer Robby Weber stars a jaded aspiring screenwriter who resists love only to find himself surrounded by suspiciously happy couples, his ex-boyfriend, and an intriguing new boy.
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Little Tractor Is Brave
by Natalie Quintart; illus. by Philippe Goossens
Clavis PublishingLittle Tractor drove down the hill with Daddy, but he slipped in the mud. Now Little Tractor is scared and doesn’t want to leave the barn when it rains. But then Lili says there’s an emergency. . . A sweet book about overcoming fears and helping friends!
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The Lost Dreamer
by Lizz Huerta
Macmillan Children’s Publishing GroupIndir is a Dreamer, able to see beyond reality. Saya is a seer, but not a Dreamer––she’s never been formally trained. When the king dies, his son wants to bring the Dreamers to a permanent end. Indir must make an impossible choice between fighting for her home or fighting to survive, while Saya risks everything in search of answers.
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Luma and the Pet Dragon
by Leah Mohammed
Welbeck Publishing GroupWhen Luma wakes up on her seventh birthday, she knows that today will be special. For today is the day she will meet Timir, a real talking dragon. Or at least when Luma is around that's what he is. When anyone else is there, he becomes an ordinary grey puppy with a fluffy tail who loves chasing squirrels and trampolines.
Judy I. Lin
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A Magic Steeped in Poison
by Judy I. Lin
Macmillan Children’s Publishing GroupFor Ning, the only thing worse than losing her mother is knowing that it's her own fault. She was the one who unknowingly brewed the poison tea that killed her—the poison tea that now threatens her sister. To save her sister’s life, Ning enters a competition that proves it might be she who’s in more danger.
Hélène Delforge, Quentin Gréban
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Mama: A World of Mothers and Motherhood
by Hélène Delforge, Quentin Gréban
Floris BooksA stunning collection of reflections on motherhood, sharing what unites mothers from different times and diverse cultures. Twenty-one striking portraits by acclaimed artist Quentin Gréban are paired with Hélène Delforge's lyrical words to create a thought-provoking celebration of motherhood in all its complexity: the satisfaction and the sadness, the frustration and the fun—and, always, the love. A perfect gift for mamas everywhere.
Alejandra Algorta, Translated by Aida Salazar
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by Alejandra Algorta, Translated by Aida Salazar
Levine QueridoFabio flies through the streets of Bogotá on his bicycle, the children of his neighborhood trailing behind him. There, life feels right. But then one day, he forgets how to ride his bicycle. And Fabio will never be the same again. From Colombia comes a first novel of discovery and heartbreak. This edition is presented in English and Spanish.
Kayomi Harai, Rob Hudnut
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Ninja Kitties: Trouble at the Bridge Activity Storybook, Zumi Understands the Power of Listening
by Kayomi Harai, Rob Hudnut
Happy Fox Books / Fox Chapel PublishingKids will love this exciting storybook that also includes fun activities and awesome stickers! It’s a beautiful day and Zumi, Hana, and Drago are busy bustling about to prepare for a visit from Piglandia’s King and Queen. Meanwhile, the mischievous trio – Winty Wolf, Cody Coyote, and Jed Jackal – are up to no good; they’re destroying the Emerald Bridge and people could get hurt! Read and find out what happens next in this charming new picture book for kids, where they’ll learn about the power of teamwork, listening to others, and working together! Also included are exciting activity pages for kids that relate to the story and its lessons, from crossword puzzles and word searches to mazes, trivia, and seek and find games, plus tons of bonus stickers!
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No Filter and Other Lies
by Crystal Maldonado
Holiday HouseMax Monroe has it all: beauty, friends, and a life filled with adventure. With tons of followers on Instagram, her picture-perfect existence seems eminently enviable… Except it’s all fake. Max is actually Kat Sanchez, a quiet teenager living in drab Bakersfield, California. When her entire world comes crashing down, can she figure out a way to get herself out of the web of lies she’s created?
Brenda Faatz, Peter Trimarco
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by Brenda Faatz, Peter Trimarco
Notable Kids PublishingInventive imagination is at the heart of this tale about Lizzy (“It’s Just So”) and her new neighbor Luna, from the Caribbean. Along with a sidekick dog and an orphan kitten, they color their way through a rainy day and embrace being creative with what life presents. A playful fusion of language, images, and humor celebrates each moment of discovery, and a mindful message.
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The Ogress and the Orphans
by Kelly Barnhill
Algonquin Young ReadersA new instant fantasy classic from Kelly Barnhill, the New York Times bestselling author of Newbery Medal winner The Girl Who Drank the Moon. In this highly anticipated middle-grade novel, Barnhill shines a light on the power of generosity and love—and how a community suffers when they put their faith in the wrong person.
Traci Sorell, Lee Francis IV
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One Land, Many Nations: Volume 1
by Traci Sorell, Lee Francis IV; illus. by Jesse Hummingbird
Reycraft BooksThe continental United States is one land, but within its borders are many nations—sovereign Native American nations whose citizens have dual citizenship. In Volume 1 of this series, Native Americans Traci Sorell (Cherokee) and Lee Francis IV (Pueblo of Laguna) take readers on a contemporary tour of their nation. Readers learn the history of their people, famous citizens, traditional stories, as well as details about tribal life today—including their system of government, education, and commerce.
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Pilar Ramirez and the Escape from Zafa
by Julian Randall
Macmillan Children’s Publishing GroupTwelve-year-old Pilar Ramirez discovers a folder with her missing cousin Natasha’s name on it. . . And gets sucked into the blank page within. She lands on Zafa, a magical island containing a prison where Natasha is held captive. Pilar must face the fearsome Dominican boogeyman, El Cuco, if she has any hope of freeing Natasha and getting back home.
Neil Goldberg & Niko Nickolaou
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Pomp, Snow and Cirqueumstance
by Neil Goldberg & Niko Nickolaou; illus. by John Kelly
Brown Books KidsThe Broadway producer of Cirque Dreams and the creator of the Gaylord Hotels ICE! Experience bring us a magical holiday story with expansive visuals and theatrical tie-ins.
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Pork Belly Tacos with a Side of Anxiety: My Journey Through Depression, Bulimia, and Addiction
by Yvonne Castañeda
Santa Monica PressYvonne Castañeda shares vibrant stories of her childhood growing up in Miami as the daughter of humble immigrants from Mexico and Cuba. . . And how she came to develop an unhealthy relationship with food. Ultimately, sage advice from her abuela shifts Yvonne’s perspective of herself, providing a foundation for inner peace, and la solución to her past struggles.
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Questions for Rebel Girls
by Rebel Girls
Rebel GirlsQuestions for Rebel Girls introduces readers to extraordinary women throughout history and asks them to imagine themselves in similar scenarios. Designed to ignite exciting discussions between little rebels and their siblings, friends, and grown-ups, it’s packed with more than 500 entertaining and thought-provoking questions—including some questions submitted by young fans of the Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls series.
Dhonielle Clayton, Sona Charaipotra
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The Rumor Game
by Dhonielle Clayton, Sona Charaipotra
Disney Publishing Worldwide / Marvel PressAt Foxham Prep, a single rumor has the power to ruin a life. From New York Times best-selling author Dhonielle Clayton and Sona Charaipotra, authors of the Tiny Pretty Things duology (now a Netflix series), present an edge-of-your-seat social thriller. The story makes a statement on the dangers of social media bullying, and the consequences of living behind a filter.
Magdalena Konečná, Jana Sedláčková, Štěpánka Sekaninová
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Shapes and Patterns in Nature
by Magdalena Konečná, Jana Sedláčková, Štěpánka Sekaninová
AlbatrosDive into the world of the diverse shapes and patterns that are hiding everywhere in nature. What is shaped like a heart or a star around us? Which animal, mineral, or plant is pointed and which of them wears wavy shapes? The first book in this series was selected by the Wall Street Journal in the “Best Picture Books for Kids.”
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A Show For Two
by Tashie Bhuiyan
Inkyard PressFrom the author of Counting Down with You comes a new swoony YA romance about an indie film star who enrolls in high school under a secret identity, and the girl who will do whatever it takes to convince him to star in her short film. Perfect for fans of Emma Lord and Leah Johnson.
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Speak Up, Speak Out: The Extraordinary Life of Fighting Shirley Chisholm
by Tonya Bolden
National GeographicBefore there was Barack Obama, before there was Kamala Harris, there was "Fighting Shirley Chisholm." From award-winning author Tonya Bolden comes a thoroughly researched and expert-vetted biography of the first Black woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives and the first Black woman from a major political party to run for president.
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by John Cho
Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersA city on edge. A boy on a mission. Troublemaker from John Cho follows the events of the LA Riots through the eyes of 12-year-old Jordan as he navigates school and family, highlighting the unique Korean American perspective.
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by Janet Key
Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersMaren is sure theater camp isn’t for her. It’s for loud, confident, artsy people: people like her sister, Hadley and her cinema-obsessed, nonbinary bunkmate, Theo. But when a prank goes wrong, Maren gets drawn into the hunt for a diamond ring that, legend has it, is linked to the camp’s namesake, Charlotte “Charlie” Goodman, a promising director in Blacklist Era Hollywood.
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Ventura and Zelzah
by J.G. Bryan
Santa Monica PressIn the haze of a hot San Fernando Valley summer in 1970’s Los Angeles, Douglas and his friends―Hank, Weddy, and Ronnie―struggle with their awkward teenage years during a confusing and highly permissive era. This debut novel by J.G. Bryan is a funny, poignant, and nostalgic coming-of-age tale of teenage friendships in a blissfully unhurried, pre-digital era.
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The Way I Say It
by Nancy Tandon
CharlesbridgeAn ABA Indie’s Introduce title, Rory’s story of his speech challenge and middle-school drama is perfect for fans of Sharon Draper’s Out of My Mind. Rory and his speech teacher work together on Rory's r's (not to mention share a love of music and legend Muhammad Ali), but Rory's feelings about his ex-best friend is a problem nobody can solve.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
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Where the Weird Things Are
by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Insight EditionsA picture book inspired by the Mesobot project, a collaborative effort of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Stanford University, and the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Mesobot uses cameras and lights to follow ocean animals that inhabit the ocean’s depths, enabling biologists to study their behavior over extended periods for the first time ever!
Caroline Hamilton Arnold
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by Caroline Hamilton Arnold
Chalice PressEver noticed that children are always observing? Wonder Awaits! opens the eyes of the children in your life to the wonders of God’s world! Through engaging photographs of diverse children from 2 to 6 years of age of all races and abilities and declarative statements to help caregivers start conversations, Wonder Awaits! shows kids how to see the wonders themselves.
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by Jay Sandlin; illus. by Patrick Mulholland
MaverickFootball is a religion where Adrian “The Colombian Cannon” Molina comes from and with his wicked right leg, he has a clear shot to the European Junior Leagues. World Class blends the energy and heart of shonen manga with a story about finding the right people in your life to not only make you a better player, but a better person.
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