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The Cookie Maker of Mavin Road The Cookie Maker of Mavin Road (Hardback)
author: Sue Lawson
illustrator: Liz Anelli

On Mavin Road, there’s no time for hellos or chats—until a lonely and mysterious cookie maker’s gifts bring everyone together.

The Delusionist The Delusionist (Hardback)
author: Don Calame

Quinn’s illusions are as good as those in any Vegas act—but can he win a spot at a prestigious magic camp despite an upstaging partner, a cute rival, and a con-artist mentor?

The Delusionist The Delusionist (EBook)
author: Don Calame

Quinn’s illusions are as good as those in any Vegas act—but can he win a spot at a prestigious magic camp despite an upstaging partner, a cute rival, and a con-artist mentor?

The Genius Under the Table The Genius Under the Table (EBook)
author/illustrator: Eugene Yelchin

With a masterful mix of comic timing and disarming poignancy, Newbery Honoree Eugene Yelchin offers a memoir of growing up in Cold War Russia.

The Genius Under the Table The Genius Under the Table (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Eugene Yelchin

With a masterful mix of comic timing and disarming poignancy, Newbery Honoree Eugene Yelchin offers a memoir of growing up in Cold War Russia.

The Girl Who Could Fix Anything: Beatrice Shilling, World War II Engineer The Girl Who Could Fix Anything: Beatrice Shilling, World War II Engineer (Hardback)
author: Mara Rockliff
illustrator: Daniel Duncan

This true story of a woman whose brilliance and mechanical expertise helped Britain win World War II is sure to inspire STEM readers and fans of amazing women in history.

The Girl Who Could Fix Anything: Beatrice Shilling, World War II Engineer The Girl Who Could Fix Anything: Beatrice Shilling, World War II Engineer (EBook)
author: Mara Rockliff
illustrator: Daniel Duncan

This true story of a woman whose brilliance and mechanical expertise helped Britain win World War II is sure to inspire STEM readers and fans of amazing women in history.

The Good Hawk (Shadow Skye, Book One) The Good Hawk (Shadow Skye, Book One) (Paperback)
author: Joseph Elliott

“Deft characterization and an original protagonist elevate a fantasy set in quasi-medieval Scotland. . . . A fresh and exciting debut.” —Kirkus Reviews

The Heartbreak Bakery The Heartbreak Bakery (Hardback)
author: A. R. Capetta

Teenage baker Syd sends ripples of heartbreak through Austin’s queer community when a batch of post-being-dumped brownies turns out to be magical—and makes everyone who eats them break up.

The Heartbreak Bakery The Heartbreak Bakery (EBook)
author: A. R. Capetta

Teenage baker Syd sends ripples of heartbreak through Austin’s queer community when a batch of post-being-dumped brownies turns out to be magical—and makes everyone who eats them break up.

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