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Made Glorious
In a vicious, delicious contemporary novel inspired by Shakespeares Richard III, the lauded author of The Family Fortuna lifts the curtain on a high school thespian wholl stop at nothing to land the lead.
Made Glorious
The Boy Lost in the Maze
From the UK Childrens Laureate comes a spellbinding YA novel in verse blending the ancient myth of Theseus and the Minotaur with the quest of a modern-day teen in search of his father.
The Boy Lost in the Maze
The Family Fortuna
[star] A richly compelling story about sympathetic, queer, and remarkable carny folks. . . . Readers will want to grab tickets to this thoughtful, provocative read. Bulletin of the Center for Childrens Books (starred review)
The Family Fortuna
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Bunny and Clyde
From New York Times best-selling author Megan McDonald, creator of Judy Moody, and lauded illustrator Scott Nash comes a droll comedy for early readers about an endearingly inept pair of outlaws.
And Yet You Shine: The Kohinoor Diamond, Colonization, and Resistance


And Yet You Shine: The Kohinoor Diamond, Colonization, and Resistance
The story of one of the worlds most famous diamondsstolen from South Asia during colonization and now among the crown jewels in Londonis a call to action for readers to decolonize and hold their heads high.

Madame Badobedah and the Old Bones
The fabulously eccentric (and secretly kind) Madame Badobedah returns for another escapade in this call to adventureand ode to female explorers and pioneersfrom Sophie Dahl and Lauren OHara.

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