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May 2021
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Great Circle
Maggie Shipstead
An unforgeable story of
a daredevil female aviator
determined to chart her
own course in life, at any
cost—Great Circle spans
Prohibion-era Montana, the
Pacic Northwest, Alaska, New
Zealand, warme London, and
modern-day Los Angeles.
An Unlikely Spy
Rebecca Starford
A twisng, sophiscated
World War II novel following
a spy who goes undercover
as a part of MI5—in chasing
the secrets of others,
how much will she lose of
Our Woman In
Beatriz Williams
The New York Times bestselling
author of Her Last Flight returns with
a gripping and profoundly human
story of Cold War espionage and
family devoon.
Golden Girl
Elin Hilderbrand
In this sasfying page-turner
from “the queen of beach
reads” (New York Magazine),
a Nantucket novelist has one
nal summer to protect her
secrets while her loved ones on
earth learn to live without their
golden girl.
Jennifer Saint
Hypnoc, propulsive, and uerly
transporng, Jennifer Saints
Ariadne forges a new epic, one
that puts the forgoen women
of Greek mythology back at the
heart of the story, as they strive
for a beer world.
The Siren
Katherine St. John
From Katherine St. John, author
of The Lion’s Den, comes another
sublimely escapist thriller:
When Hollywood hearhrob
Cole Power hires his ex-wife,
Stella Rivers, to act in his son’s
lm, he sparks a restorm on an
isolated island that will unearth
long-buried secrets—and unravel
years of lies.
Unsettled Ground
Claire Fuller
From the award-winning author
of Our Endless Numbered Days,
Swimming Lessons, and Bier
Orange comes a brilliant novel
about an unusual family held
together by a string of lies, a small
town with too many quesons,
and a sudden death that
threatens to undo them all.
Malibu Rising
Taylor Jenkins Reid
From the New York Times
bestselling author of Daisy Jones
& The Six . . . Four famous siblings
throw an epic party to celebrate the
end of the summer. But over the
course of twenty-four hours, their
lives will change forever.
Michael Punke
The thrilling, long-awaited
return of the #1 New York
Times bestselling author of
The Revenant
Olympus, Texas
Stacey Swann
A bighearted debut with
technicolor characters, plenty
of Texas swagger, and a
powder keg of a plot in which
marriages struggle, rivalries
are, and secrets explode,
all with a clever wink toward
classical mythology.
The Eagle’s Claw
Jeff Shaara
In a riveng tale that picks up
where To Wake the Giant le
o, New York Times bestselling
author Je Shaara transports
us to the Bale of Midway
in another masterpiece of
military historical con.
China: A Novel
Edward Rutherfurd
The internaonally bestselling
author of Paris and New York
takes on an exhilarang new
world with his trademark epic
style in China: The Novel
Light Perpetual
Francis Spufford
From the crically acclaimed and
award-winning author of Golden
Hill, a mesmerizing and boldly
invenve novel tracing the innite
possibilies of ve lives in the
bustling neighborhoods of 20th-
century London.
The Newcomer
Mary Kay Andrews
Mary Kay Andrews, the New
York Times bestselling author
and Queen of the Beach Reads
delivers her next page-turner
for the summer with The
That Summer
Jennifer Weiner
From the #1 New York Times
bestselling author of Big
Summer comes another mely
and deliciously twisty novel
of intrigue, secrets, and the
transformave power of female
Where The Grass Is
Green And The Girls
Are Pretty
Lauren Weisberger
From the #1 New York Times
bestselling author of The Devil
Wears Prada and When Life
Gives You Lululemons comes
a highly entertaining, sharply
observed novel about sisters,
their perfect lives . . . and their
perfect lies.
The Vanishing Point
Elizabeth Brundage
At Rye Adlers funeral, they
didn’t bury his body – or the
rivalry of his closest enemy. A
gripping literary thriller by the
author of the “wrenching and
exhilarangAll Things Cease to
Appear (Wall Street Journal).
The Cave Dwellers
Christina McDowell
A compulsively readable
novel in the vein of The
Bonre of the Vanies—by
way of The Nest—about
what Washington, DCs
high society members do
away from the Capitol
building and behind the
closed doors of their
stately homes.
Hamnet: A Novel
of the Plague
Maggie O’Farrell
“Of all the stories that argue and
speculate about Shakespeare’s life .
. . here is a novel . . . so gorgeously
wrien that it transports you.” —The
Boston Globe
The Guest List
Lucey Foley
A wedding celebraon
turns dark and deadly in
this deliciously wicked and
atmospheric thriller reminiscent
of Agatha Chrise from the New
York Times bestselling author of
The Hunng Party.
The Heart Remembers
Jan-Philipp Sendker
The highly ancipated nal book
in the internaonally bestselling
The Art of Hearing Heartbeats
trilogy, a moving story about
love’s power to transcend
distances and heal seemingly
irreparable wounds.
The Paris Hours
Alex George
One day in the City of Light. One
night in search of lost me. Paris
between the wars teems with arsts,
writers, and musicians, a gliering
crucible of genius. But amidst the
dazzling creavity of the city’s most
famous cizens, four regular people
are each searching for something
they’ve lost.
The Lions of
Fifth Avenue
Fiona Davis
In New York Times bestselling
author Fiona Davis’s latest historical
novel, a series of book thes roils
the iconic New York Public Library,
leaving two generaons of strong-
willed women to pick up the pieces.
The House of
Hannah Rothschild
From the author of The
Improbability of Love comes
a dazzling novel both sarical
and moving, about an
eccentric, dysfunconal family
of English aristocrats and
their crumbling stately home,
demonstrang how the lives
and hopes of women can be
shaped by the es of family
and love.
The Devil May Dance
Jake Tapper
Charlie and Margaret discover
the dark side of Hollywood in
Jake Tappers follow-up to New
York Times bestseller The Hellre
Club—an “excellent” cocktail of
corrupon and ambion
The Coldest Case
Martin Walker
An anonymous skull, an unsolved
murder, sinister rumors from the
Cold War era of espionage--Bruno’s
invesgaon into a long-standing
cold case nds him caught between
an enigmac winegrower and a
menacing Communist organizaon
from the past.
Girl In The Walls
A.J. Gnuse
A mesmerizing and
suspenseful coming-of-age
novel about an orphan
hiding within the walls of
her former family home—
and about what it means
to be truly seen aer
becoming lost in life
The Last Thing He
Told Me
Laura Dave
A gripping mystery about a woman
who thinks she’s found the love of
her life—unl he disappears.
Basil’s War
Stephen Hunter
A swashbuckling Brish agent
goes behind enemy lines to
search for a religious text that
might hold the key to ending the
second World War
A Study In Crimson
Robert J. Harris
Bringing Sherlock Holmes from the
Victorian Era into the dark days
of World War II, this imaginave
new thriller confronts the world’s
greatest detecve with a killer
emulang the murders of Jack the
The Photographer
Mary Dixie Carter
Mary Dixie Carters The
Photographer is a slyly observed,
suspenseful story of envy
and obsession, told in the
mesmerizing, irresisble voice
of a character who will make
you doubt that seeing is ever
Palace of The
Christine Mangan
From the bestselling author
of Tangerine, a “taut and
mesmerizing follow up...
voluptuously atmospheric and
surefooted at every turn.
The Plot
Jean Hanff Korelitz
Hailed as “breathtakingly
suspenseful,” Jean Han
Korelitzs The Plot is a propulsive
read about a story too good
not to steal, and the writer who
steals it..
Phase Six
Jim Shepard
A spare and gripping novel
about the next pandemic--
completed by the award-winning
Jim Shepard before COVID-19
even emerged--that reads like
a conal sequel to our current
The Silent Patient
Alex Michaelides
A shocking psychological thriller of
a woman’s act of violence against
her husband—and of the therapist
obsessed with uncovering her
The Holdout
Graham Moore
One juror changed the verdict.
What if she was wrong? From
the Academy Award–winning
screenwriter of The Imitaon
Game and bestselling author
of The Last Days of Night.
Max Barry
From the ingenious author of
Jennifer Government and Lexicon:
a brilliant work of science con
that tells the inmate tale of
four people facing their most
desperate hour--alone, together,
at the edge of the universe.
Project Hail Mary
Andy Weir
A lone astronaut must save
the earth from disaster in this
incredible new science-based
thriller from the #1 New York
Times bestselling author of
The Maran.
The Blacktongue
Christopher Buehlman
Set in a world of goblin wars, stag-sized
bale ravens, and assassins who kill with
deadly taoos, Christopher Buehlman’s
The Blacktongue Thief begins a dazzling
fantasy adventure unlike any other.
Christian Cantrell
An exceponal, fast-paced
thriller featuring a tech-
empowered assassin whose
paern and objecve you’ve
never seen before, chased by a
heroine with tenacious grit.
Joanne M. Harris
A lushly illustrated set of dark,
capvang fairy tales from the
bestselling author of The Gospel
of Loki with illustrator Charles
Vess (Stardust).
Honeycomb The Kingdoms
Natasha Pulley
For fans of The 7 ½ Deaths of
Evelyn Hardcastle and David
Mitchell, a genre bending, me
twisng alternave history
that asks whether it’s worth
changing the past to save the
future, even if it costs you
everyone you’ve ever loved.
The Secret To
Superhuman Strength
Alison Bechdel
From the author of Fun Home,
a profoundly aecng graphic
memoir of Bechdel’s lifelong love
aair with exercise, set against a
hilarious chronicle of tness fads
in our mes
The Double Life
of Bob Dylan
Clinton Heylin
“So, you want to know more
about Bob Dylan? Read
Clinton Heylin’s new book.
You’ll get all you need.” —
Graham Nash, of Crosby,
Slls, Nash & Young
Brat: An 80’s
Andrew McCarthy
Fans of Pa Smith’s Just
Kids and Rob Lowe’s StoriesI
Only Tell My Friends will
love this beaufully wrien,
entertaining, and emoonally
honest memoir by an actor,
director, and author who
found his start as an 80s Brat
pack member.
Films of
Endearment: A
Mother, a Son and
the ‘80s Films That
Defined Us
Michael Koresky
A poignant memoir of family,
grief and resilience about
a young man, his dynamic
mother and the ‘80s movies
they shared together
Things I Learned
From Falling
Claire Nelson
The gripping rst-person
account of one woman’s
survival in Joshua Tree Naonal
Park against the odds.
Finding The
Mother Tree
Suzanne Simard
From the world’s leading
forest ecologist who forever
changed how people view
trees and their connecons
to one another and to other
living things in the forest--a
moving, deeply personal
journey of discovery
Billie Eilish
Billie Eilish
Legendary recording arst Billie Eilish
shares an inmate inside look at her
life—both on and o the stage—in
this stunning, photo-lled book.
American Marriage:
The Untold Story of
Abraham Lincoln and
Mary Todd
Michael Burlingame
An enlightening narrave exploring
an o-overlooked aspect of the
sixteenth president’s life, An
American Marriage reveals the
tragic story of Abraham Lincoln’s
marriage to Mary Todd.
Notes on Grief
Chimamanda Ngozi
From the globally acclaimed,
best-selling novelist and author
of We Should All Be Feminists,
a mely and deeply personal
account of the loss of her father.
Christie Tate
Group: How One
Therapist and a
Circle of Strangers
Saved My Life
The refreshingly original and
“startlingly hopeful” (Lisa
Taddeo) debut memoir of an
over-achieving young lawyer
who reluctantly agrees to group
therapy and gets psychologically
and emoonally naked in a room
of six complete strangers—and
nds human connecon, and
Punch Me Up
To The Gods: A
Brian Broome
A poec and raw coming-of-
age memoir about Blackness,
masculinity, and addicon
My Remarkable
Journey: A Memoir
Katherine Johnson
The remarkable woman at heart
of the smash New York Times
bestseller and Oscar-winning lm
Hidden Figures tells the full story
of her life, including what it took
to work at NASA, help land the
rst man on the moon, and live
through a century of turmoil and
Facing the Mountain:
A True Story of
Japanese American
Heroes in World
War II
Daniel James Brown
From the #1 New York Times
bestselling author of The Boys in
the Boat, a gripping World War
II saga of patriosm, highlighng
the contribuons and sacrices
that Japanese immigrants and
their American-born children
made for the sake of the naon.
The Secret Life of
the Savoy: Glamour
and Intrigue at
the World’s Most
Famous Hotel
Olivia Williams
The capvang story of the
famed Savoy Hotel’s founders,
told through three generaons—
and one hundred years—of
glamour and high society.
The Memory Thief:
And the Secrets
Behind How We
Lauren Aguirre
The remarkable true story of a team
of doctors who – through years of
scienc sleuthing and observant
care—discover a surprising connecon
between opioids and memory, one
that holds promise and peril for any
one of us..
The Secret History of
Home Economics
Danielle Dreilinger
The surprising, oen ercely
feminist, always fascinang, yet
barely known, history of home
Running Out: In Search
of Water on the High
Plains Frontier
Lucas Bessire
The imminent depleon of the
Ogallala and other aquifers around
the world is a dening planetary
crisis of our mes. Running Out
oers a uniquely personal account
of aquifer depleon and the deeper
layers through which it gains
meaning and force.
On Juneteenth
Annette Gordon-Reed
The essenal, sweeping story of
Juneteenth’s integral importance
to American history, as told by a
Pulitzer Prize–winning historian
and Texas nave.
Madhouse at the End
of the Earth: The
Belgica’s Journey Into
the Dark Antarctic
Julian Sancton
The harrowing true survival story of
an early polar expedion that went
terribly awry—with the ship frozen in
ice and the crew trapped inside for the
enre sunless, Antarcc winter
Confidence Men:
How Two Prisoners
of War Engineered
the Most
Remarkable Escape
in History
Margalit Fox
The astonishing true story of
two World War I prisoners
who pulled o one of the most
ingenious escapes of all me.
War on the Border
Jeff Guinn
A dramac account of the “Punive
Expedion” of 1916 that brought
Pancho Villa and Gen. John J.
Pershing into conict, and whose
reverberaons connue in the
Southwestern US to this day.
We Need New
Stories: The Myths
That Subvert Freedom
Neshine Malik
A rigorous examinaon of six polical
myths used to deect and discredit
demands for social jusce.
Sebastian Junger
A profound ruminaon on the
concept of freedom from the
New York Times bestselling
author of Tribe.
Mercury Rising
Jeff Shesol
A riveng history of the epic
orbital ight that put America
back into the space race.
Everyone’s Table:
Global Recipes for
Modern Health
Gregory Gourdet
The beloved Top Chef star
revoluonizes healthy eang in this
groundbreaking cookbook—the
ulmate guide to cooking globally
inspired dishes free of gluten, dairy,
soy, legumes, and grains that are
so delicious you won’t noce the
We Are What We
Eat: A Slow Food
Alice Waters
From chef and food acvist Alice
Waters, an impassioned plea for a
radical reconsideraon of the way
each and every one of us cooks
and eats
Ripe Figs: Recipes and
Stories from Turkey,
Greece, and Cyprus
Yasmin Khan
The acclaimed author of Zaitoun returns
with vibrant recipes and powerful
stories from the islands that bridge the
Mediterranean and the Middle East.
Ed Smith
“Once again, Ed Smith has done
something really smart. Cooking the
avors we are craving in any given
moment, the resulng book feels
so novel and fresh. Ed’s wring is
thoughul and conversaonal; his
recipes condent and delicious.” —
Yotam Oolenghi
Hugh Johnson
A charming, eclecc, beaufully
wrien diary, focusing on
gardening and the natural world.
Sitting in the Shade England’s Magnificent
Roderick Floud
An altogether dierent kind of
book on English gardens—the
rst of its kind—a look at the
history of England’s magnicent
gardens as a history of Britain
itself, from the seventeenth-
century gardens of Charles II to
those of Prince Charles today.
Home Waters: A
Chronicle of Family
and a River
John MacLean
In the spirit of his fathers beloved
classic, A River Runs through It,
comes John N. Maclean’s true
chronicle of his family and their
bond with Montana’s Blackfoot
River, where four generaons of
Macleans have shed, gathered,
and drawn meless lessons from its
storied waters
In Praise of Walking:
A New Scientific
Shane O’Mara
Illuminates the joys, health
benets, and mechanics of
walking, and reminds us to get
out of our chairs and discover a
happier, healthier, more creave
David Coggins
A modern tribute to an ageless
pasme, and a praccal guide to
the art, philosophy, and rituals of y
shing, by an expert, lifelong angler.
The Optimist: A Case
for the Fly Fishing Life
Tom Coyne
Aer playing hundreds of
courses overseas in the
birthplace of golf, Tom Coyne,
the New York Times bestselling
author of A Course Called
Ireland and A Course Called
Scotland, returns to his own
birthplace and delivers a
rollicking love leer to golf in
the United States.
A Course Called
John Branch
New York Times reporter John
Branch’s riveng, humane pieces
about ordinary people doing
extraordinary things at the edges
of the sporng world have won
nearly every major journalism
prize. Sidecountry gathers the best
of Branch’s work for the rst me,
featuring 20 of his favorites from
the more than 2,000 pieces he has
published in the paper.
Sidecountry Waterlog: A
Swimmers Journey
Through Britain
Roger Deakin
With enchanng descripons of
natural landscapes, and a deep well
of humanity, boundless humor,
and unbridled joy, Deakin beckons
us to wilder waters and inspires us
to connect to the larger world in
a most unexpected way. Thrilling,
vivid, and lyrical, Waterlog is a fully
immersive adventure—a remarkable
personal quest, a bold asseron of
the swimmers right to roam, and an
unforgeable celebraon of the magic
of water.
Year Book
Seth Rogen
A collecon of funny personal essays
from one of the writers of Superbad
and Pineapple Express and one of
the producers of The Disaster Arst,
Neighbors, and The Boys.
Nine Nasty Words:
English in the Gutter:
Then, Now, and
John McWhorter
One of the preeminent linguists
of our me examines the realms
of language that are considered
shocking and taboo in order to
understand what imbues curse
words with such power--and why
we love them so much.
The Anthropocene
John Green
A deeply moving and
insighul collecon of
personal essays from #1
bestselling author John
The Penguin Book of
the Modern American
Short Story
John Freeman
A selecon of the best and most
representave contemporary
American short con from 1970
to 2020, including such authors
as Ursula K. LeGuin, Toni Cade
Bambara, Jhumpa Lahiri, Sandra
Cisneros, and Ted Chiang, hand-
selected by celebrated editor and
anthologist John Freema
Jonathan Slaght
A terrically excing account of
Slaghts me in the Russian Far
East studying Blakiston’s sh
owls, huge, shaggy-feathered,
yellow-eyed, and elusive birds
that hunt sh by wading in icy
water . . . Even on the hoest
summer days this book will
transport you.
Owls of the
Eastern Ice
Other People’s
Words: Wisdom
for an Inspired and
Productive Life
Seth Siegel
When we are confused or sad,
lonely or angry, or simply in need
of a boost in a relaonship or in our
life goals, each of us can be uplied
by the wisdom of others.
Nature’s Palette: A
Color Reference System
from the Natural World
Patrick Baty
Featuring contribuons by leading
natural history experts along with more
than 1,000 color illustraons and eight
gatefolds, a reference volume for visual
arsts, naturalists, and anyone who is
capvated by color.
Plunder: Napoleon’s
Theft of Veronese’s
Cynthia Saltzman
A capvang study of Napoleon’s
plundering of Europe’s art for the
Louvre, told through the story of
a Renaissance masterpiece seized
from Venice.
Daniel Kahneman
From the Nobel Prize-winning
author of Thinking, Fast and
Slow and the coauthor of Nudge, a
revoluonary exploraon of why
people make bad judgments and
how to make beer ones
Noise: A Flaw in
Human Judgment
Thomas Moore
The New York Times bestselling
author of the classic The Care
of the Soul addresses the
needs of those providing soul
care to others—therapists,
psychiatrists, ministers, spiritual
directors, teachers, and even
friends—sharing his insights
for incorporang a spiritual or
soulful dimension into their
work and pracces.
Soul Therapy: The Art
and Craft of Caring
Geoff Dyer
Celebrated writer Geo Dyer oers
a series of moving, wiy, prescient,
surprising, and inmate encounters
with images.
See/Saw: Looking at
Road Trip USA
Jamie Jensen
Criss-cross the country on America’s
two-lane highways with the 25th
anniversary edion of the ulmate
guide to the classic road trip.
Board Book
Stephan Lomp
Are you My Mother?
meets dinosaurs in this
colorful and reassuring
board book celebrang
the father-child bond.
Pete the Cat: The
Wheels on the Bus
Sound Book
James Dean
Board Book
Hop on board with Pete and
his friends as they sing the
classic school bus tune in this
groovy sound book—perfect for
lile hands and for singing along.
This sturdy board book features one
easy buon for turning on and o
the music.
ABC Cats
Leslea Newman
Board Book
A beguiling array of
felines from A to Z makes
learning the alphabet the
cat’s pajamas.
Where Are
Leo Lionni
Board Book
For the very rst me--a Leo
Lionni’s Friends li-the-ap
book! This new board book,
about a lile sh named
Swimmy and his underwater
friends, is inspired by
Swimmy, one of Leo Lionnis
bestselling books!
Ruth Forman
Board Book
A joyfully poec board
book that delivers an ode
to the beauful light of
African American boys.
Daddy Hugs
Nancy Tapuri
Board Book
From furry bears to silky hares,
Caldeco Honoree Nancy Tafuri
celebrates the extra special
bond between daddies and
their babies in this perfect gi
for Fathers Day.
Before Dark
Graphic Novel
Jenny Laird
The #1 bestselling chapter book
is now a graphic novel! Magic.
Mystery. Time-travel. Get whisked
back in me in the magic tree
house with Jack and Annie!
Mia Mayhem
Rides the Waves
Kara West
Mia goes on a super
surng family vacaon in
this eleventh adventure
of the Mia Mayhem
chapter book series!
Fox & Chick: The
Quiet Boat Ride
Sergio Ruzzier
In the tradion of Frog and Toad,
this crically acclaimed early reader
series features Fox and Chick – two
unlikely friends who despite their
dierences always manage to nd
a way to get along. In this second
book in the series, Fox and Chick go
on three adventures involving a boat
ride, a mysterious box, and an early
morning trip to see the sunrise.
Bedtime for
Bad Kitty
Nick Bruehl
Its bedme in the Bad Kiy
household but Kiy does not
want to go to bed!
Heidi Heckelbeck and
the Lost Library Book
Wanda Coven
Heidi has an overdue adventure
when she loses a library book
in this thirty-second Heidi
Heckelbeck adventure!
Crack in the
Code! (Minecraft
Stonesword Saga #1)
Nick Eliopulos
Get ready for the next great
adventure in the only ocial
Minecra chapter book series!
What Will
You Be?
Yamile Saied Mendez,
Illus. by Kate
From Yamile Saied Méndez,
acclaimed author of Where
Are You From?, comes a
stunning lyrical picture book
that tells the story of one girl
who is always asked a simple
queson: What will you be
when you grow up?
Strange Planet
Nathan W. Pyle
When the nearest star rises,
Lifegiver has an excing quest
planned for Ospring! Follow along
as they observe a strange creature
that sneaks, hides, and vibrates
around their house. Hilarity ensues
as the blue beings try to mimic this
talented creature.
On the Day the
Horse Got Out
Audrey Helen Weber
Perfect for fans of They
All Saw a Cat or Du Iz
Tak?, here is a standout
picture book debut about
curiosity, cause-and-eect,
and connectedness, which
blends child-appealing
rhyme with playful,
disncve artwork.
Oh Look, a Cake!
J.C. McKee
A subversively hilarious picture
book about a sloth, a lemur, a
giant cake, and what happens
when you don’t share, for fans
of Jon Klassen and Mo Willems.
Pout-Pout Fish and
the Mad, Mad Day
Deborah Diesen,
Illus. by Dan Hanna
The Pout-Pout Fish’s morning
has been maddening and
rough. Disappointments and
frustraons—Mr. Fish has had
enough! Its been one thing, then
another, then another stacked on
top. He’s mad and geng madder.
Is there any way to stop?
The Bruce Swap
Ryan T. Higgins
Bruce is a bear who struggles
with fun. One day, Bruce goes
shing and his cousin Kevin
appears instead. Kevin LOVES
fun. Is it possible that too
much fun is no fun at all?
Memory Jars
Vera Brosgol
A young girl nds a clever
way to keep her favorite
things--and people--close to
her forever in Memory Jars,
from Caldeco Honoree
Vera Brosgol.
I Love My Fur!
Kelly Leigh Miller
In this delighul follow-up
to I Love My Fangs!, a lile
Bigfoot learns that while its
important to love yourself,
sharing that love is what
truly maers.
Fred Gets
Peter Brown
From a New York Times
bestselling author and
Caldeco-honor winning arst
comes an exuberant illustrated
story about playing dress up,
having fun, and feeling free.
This Is A Dog!
Judith Henderson
In a rib-ckling display of
duplicity and diversion, a bunny
tries to show he has what it takes
to be included in this dog book.
Nia and the New
Free Library
Ian Lendler, Illus. by
Mark Pett
This picture book tells
the story of one girl who
reminds an enre town of
the joy of books.
Have You
Ever Seen A
Shawn Harris
In this simple yet profound
story, one child experiences
a ower with all ve
senses—from its color to
its fragrance to the enre
universe it evokes—revealing
how a single ower can
expand one’s perspecve in
incredible ways.
Ophie’s Ghosts
Justina Ireland
The New York
Times bestselling author
of Dread Naon makes
her middle grade debut
with a sweeping tale of
the ghosts of our past that
won’t stay buried, starring
an unforgeable girl named
The Shape of Thunder
Jasmine Warga
An extraordinary new novel
from Jasmine Warga, Newbery
Honor–winning author of Other
Words for Home, about loss and
healing—and how friendship can
be magical.
Turtle In Paradise
Jennifer Holm, illus by
Savanna Danucheau
Inspired by family stories, three-
me Newbery Honor winner
Jennifer L. Holm blends family lore
with America’s past in this charming
gem of a novel, now adapted into
graphic novel form by rising star
Savanna Ganucheau.
Narwhal I’m Around
Aaron Reynolds
This wet, wild, and hilariously
illustrated story from a New York
Times bestselling author takes
readers on a wacky adventure that
spirals out of control as soon as our
pet hero discovers a narwhal hanging
out in his bedroom.
A Ceiling Made of
Gail Carson Levine
In A Ceiling Made of Eggshells,
Newbery Honor-winning author
Gail Carson Levine tells a moving
and ambious story set during the
expulsion of Jews from Spain, about
a young Jewish girl full of heart who
must play her own role in her people’s
epic history—no maer the sacrice.
Rule of Threes
Marcy Campbell
Part family drama, part contemporary
thriller, Rule of Threes is a middle
grade story about what happens
when “perfect” is out of your control.
Bear Bottom
Stuart Gibbs
In the seventh novel in New
York Times bestselling Stuart
Gibbs’s FunJungle series, Teddy
Fitzroy returns as FunJungle’s
resident sleuth to solve the
disappearances of endangered
bison and an irreplaceable
DaVinci’s Cat
Catherine Gilbert Murdock
Two unlikely friends—Federico, in
sixteenth-century Rome, and Bee, in
present-day New Jersey—are linked
through an amiable cat, Leonardo Da
Vinci’s mysterious wardrobe, and an
eerily perfect sketch of Bee.
Dog Squad
Chris Grabenstein
Introducing DOG SQUAD, the crime-
ghng, tail-wagging, hilarious
new series from the #1 New York
Times bestselling author of Escape
from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library and
coauthor of Max Einstein!
Willa of Dark Hollow
Robert Beatty
This enchanng companion to
Robert Beays instant #1 New
York Times bestseller Willa of
the Wood is perfect for any
reader who cares deeply about
the natural world.
Maybe Maybe
Marisol Rainey
Erin Entrada-Kelly
An illustrated novel about summer,
friendship, and overcoming
fears, told with warm humor
and undeniable appeal. Fans
of Clemenne, The Year of Billy
Miller, and Ramona the Pest will
be thrilled to meet Marisol.
Finding Junie Kim
Ellen Oh
For fans of Inside Out and Back
Again and Amina’s Voice comes
a breathtaking own voices story
of family, hope, and survival from
Ellen Oh, cofounder of We Need
Diverse Books. When Junie Kim is
faced with middle school racism,
she learns of her grandparents’
extraordinary strength and nds
her voice.
The Betrothed
Kiera Cass
Kiera Cass is back with a
gliering royal romance sure
to capvate her legion of
loyal readers and lovers of
courtly intrigue alike.
Realm Breaker
Victoria Aveyard
Irresisbly acon-packed and
full of lethal surprises, this
stunning new fantasy series from
Victoria Aveyard, #1 New York
Times bestselling author of the
Red Queen series, begins where
hope is lost and asks: When the
heroes have fallen, who will take
up the sword?
Better Together
Christine Riccio
Freaky Friday meets The Parent Trap
in New York Times bestselling author
Chrisne Riccio’s Beer Together, a
sparkling and hearelt story about
sisters, second chances, nding
romance, and nding yourself.
A Chorus Rises
Bethany Murrow
Meet Naema Bradshaw: a
beauful Eloko, once Portland-
famous, now infamous, as she
navigates a personal and public
reckoning where confronng
the limits of her privilege will
show Naema what her magic
really is, and who it makes her.
The Lucky List
Rachael Lippencott
Rachael Lippinco, coauthor of
#1 New York Times bestseller
Five Feet Apart, weaves a
capvang, hearelt love story
about learning who you are, and
who you love, when the person
you’ve always shared yourself
with is gone.
An Emotion of
Great Delight
Taheri Mafi
From bestselling and Naonal
Book Award–nominated author
Tahereh Ma comes a stunning
novel about love and loneliness,
navigang the hyphen of dual
identy, and reclaiming your
right to joy—even when you’re
trapped in the amber of sorrow.
Sixteen Scandals
Sophie Jordan
In this irreverent regency
romp by New York Times best-
selling author Sophie Jordan,
newly minted sixteen-year-
old Primrose Ainsworth nds
herself on a wayward birthday
adventure through London with a
mysterious hero—perfect for fans
of My Lady Jane.
Song Below Water
Bethany Morrow
Bethany C. Morrows A Song
Below Water is the story for
todays readers — a capvang
modern fantasy about Black sirens,
friendship, and self-discovery set
against the challenges of todays
racism and sexism.
When the World
Was Ours
Liz Kessler
From the New York Times
bestselling author of the Emily
Windsnap series, Liz Kessler,
comes a poignant and harrowing
story of three young friends whose
fates are intertwined during the
devastaon of the Holocaust—
based on a true story.
Take Me Home
Morgan Matson
Ferris Buellers Day O meets Nick
and Nora’s Innite Playlist in this
romp through the city that never
sleeps from the New York Times
bestselling author of Since You’ve
Been Gone.
Last Chance Books
Kelsey Rodkey
You’ve Got Mail meets Morgan
Matson in this smart, banter-lled
romcom with a bookish twist.
When You Get
the Chance
Tom Ryan, Robin
Follow cousins on a road trip to
Pride as they dive into family
secrets and friendships in this
contemporary novel—perfect for
fans of David Levithan and Becky