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It’s Grief

by Melissa Wuske

"It’s Grief" is a guidebook that will impart hope in the moments when it’s most needed. Edy Nathan’s self-help book, "It’s Grief", charts a gentle forward path through the murkiness of loss. Grief is universal, yet each person... Read More

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The Exile

by Laura Leavitt

Dizzying and exciting, "The Exile" combines history with fantasy to set young adult hearts racing. Craig Washington’s thrilling young adult fantasy "The Exile" journeys through time, mysterious societies, and the dangerous conjuring of... Read More

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Selectively Lawless

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Selectively Lawless" is a rollicking biography of a boundary-testing man. Bombastic and good-natured, Asa Dunnington’s biography of his hell-raising uncle Emmett Long, "Selectively Lawless", reads like an Old West tall tale that you... Read More

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Arlecchino

by Catherine Thureson

The mysterious origins of a famous Italian character are plumbed for a story in this upbeat picture book. Grace Germana’s picture book "Arlecchino" plays upon the origins of a famous figure in Italian culture—the Harlequin. The... Read More

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A Cat That Travels

by Carol Davala

"A Cat That Travels" is a fun, fact-filled family travel adventure for young readers. Jack McClellan’s lighthearted middle grade tale "A Cat That Travels" follows the adventures of an inquisitive kitten and her newly adoptive family... Read More

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