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Staff Favorites for Young Readers
Sadie meets The Glass Castle in a smart, gripping, and twisty YA debut about a girl seeking to reveal the truth about her mother-and herself.
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One of the most beautifully vivid graphic novels I've ever read. Proberts use of light is extraordinary - so beautiful I'd hang it in my house. The story of a girl whose warthog grandfather has memory problems and goes missing, and a trickster axolotl who helps her find her way to a city where he may have been taken.
Abby's favorite book of 2021 and perhaps 2022. A Newberry Award winner, The Last Cuentista is a mesmerizing science-fiction tale for the ages, sprinkled with Mexican folklore.
The unidentified narrator follows one krill among billions as it pursues its brief existence, eating and eating while metamorphosing from one thing into another and trying to avoid being eaten. Questions and advice are hurled at the krill on every page, but the krill never responds―because, after all, krill can’t talk, and this is nonfiction.
In profound, uplifting verse and sumptuous artwork, beloved creators Matt de la Peña and Corinna Luyken explore the endless possibilities each child contains: A young dancer may grow into a computer coder; a basketball player might become a poet; a class clown may one day serve as an inspiring teacher; and today’s quiet empath might be tomorrow’s great leader. Here's a profound and uplifting new classic with an empowering message for readers of all ages: Your story is still being written.