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The Lucky Ones The Lucky Ones (Paperback)
author: Linda Williams Jackson

“A compelling story about racism, poverty, and the power of community to help lift people up. . . . An excellent recommendation.” —Booklist (starred review)

The Night Flower: The Blooming of the Saguaro Cactus The Night Flower: The Blooming of the Saguaro Cactus (Paperback)
author/illustrator: Lara Hawthorne

"Beautifully, delicately illustrated pages bring the desert and its plants and animals to life." —Booklist

The Patron Thief of Bread The Patron Thief of Bread (Paperback)
author: Lindsay Eagar

“Imbued with real suspense and a gorgeous warmth. . . . An utterly enchanting exploration of family in its many forms.” —Booklist (starred review)

The Princess and the (Greedy) Pea The Princess and the (Greedy) Pea (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Leigh Hodgkinson

A gluttonous pea runs afoul of a very hungry princess in this playful cautionary tale inspired by a favorite cumulative rhyme and a classic fairy tale.

The Puppets of Spelhorst The Puppets of Spelhorst (Hardback)
author: Kate DiCamillo
illustrator: Julie Morstad

A New York Times bestseller! “Kate DiCamillo's dazzling first title in the Norendy Tales trilogy is brimming with wit, whimsy, and heart as it follows five puppets fulfilling their thrilling shared destiny.” – Shelf Awareness

The Puppets of Spelhorst The Puppets of Spelhorst (EBook)
author: Kate DiCamillo
illustrator: Julie Morstad

From master storyteller Kate DiCamillo comes an original fairy tale—with enchanting illustrations by Julie Morstad—in which five puppets confront circumstances beyond their control with patience, cunning, and high spirits.

The Siren, the Song, and the Spy The Siren, the Song, and the Spy (EBook)
author: Maggie Tokuda-Hall

In this second vibrant fantasy from Maggie Tokuda-Hall, companion to her best-selling debut, The Mermaid, the Witch, and the Sea, a diverse resistance force fights to topple an empire in a story about freedom, identity, and decolonization.

The Siren, the Song, and the Spy The Siren, the Song, and the Spy (Hardback)
author: Maggie Tokuda-Hall

In this second vibrant fantasy from Maggie Tokuda-Hall, companion to her best-selling debut, The Mermaid, the Witch, and the Sea, a diverse resistance force fights to topple an empire in a story about freedom, identity, and decolonization.

The Skull The Skull (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Jon Klassen


The Tail of Emily Windsnap The Tail of Emily Windsnap (Hardback)
author: Liz Kessler
illustrator: Sarah Gibb

The enchanting first tale in the New York Times best-selling series is now available in a beautiful twentieth-anniversary edition poised to captivate a new generation.

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