• CHILDREN'S

    YOU'RE AMAZING, ANNA HIBISCUS

    SEPT. 1, 2017

CHILDREN'S

YOU'RE AMAZING, ANNA HIBISCUS

by Atinuke ; illustrated by Lauren Tobia

Be prepared. Readers say farewell to Anna Hibiscus as tears “drop off the corners of her smile.” (Fiction. 5-9) Full review >

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    LUCKY BROKEN GIRL

    APRIL 11, 2017

CHILDREN'S

LUCKY BROKEN GIRL

by Ruth Behar

A poignant and relevant retelling of a child immigrant’s struggle to recover from an accident and feel at home in America. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    BRONZE AND SUNFLOWER

    MARCH 14, 2017

CHILDREN'S

BRONZE AND SUNFLOWER

by Cao Wenxuan ; translated by Helen Wang ; illustrated by Meilo So

Readers of all ages should be prepared to laugh, cry, and sigh with satisfaction. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    FOREVER, OR A LONG, LONG TIME

    MARCH 7, 2017

CHILDREN'S

FOREVER, OR A LONG, LONG TIME

by Caela Carter

Poetic and meditative, this emotionally enthralling novel undresses assumptions with purpose and hope. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    THE LOTTERYS PLUS ONE

    MARCH 28, 2017

CHILDREN'S

THE LOTTERYS PLUS ONE

by Emma Donoghue ; illustrated by Caroline Hadilaksono

For all the Lotterys’ apparent eccentricity, the novel delves into universal themes of family relationships that will... Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    AMINA'S VOICE

    MARCH 14, 2017

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    THE STARS BENEATH OUR FEET

    SEPT. 19, 2017

CHILDREN'S

THE STARS BENEATH OUR FEET

by David Barclay Moore

A debut that serves as a powerful instructive for writing from and reading the intersections—125th Street–size intersections... Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    A HOUSE WITHOUT MIRRORS

    MARCH 28, 2017

CHILDREN'S

A HOUSE WITHOUT MIRRORS

by Mårten Sandén ; illustrated by Moa Schulman ; translated by Karin Altenberg

A thought-provoking read that will linger long after the last page. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    CLAYTON BYRD GOES UNDERGROUND

    MAY 9, 2017

CHILDREN'S

CLAYTON BYRD GOES UNDERGROUND

by Rita Williams-Garcia

Strong characterizations and vivid musical scenes add layers to this warm family story. Full review >

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