In White Bird, a graphic novel, the best-selling author of Wonder traces the holocaust history of a Wonder character’s grandmother.
Words on Fire explores a little-known chapter of European history to make a case for the necessity of words, literature, and language to a culture.
Three acclaimed picture books offer young readers a fun introduction to The Magic Flute, the Giacometti Brothers, and an introduction to art styles through dinosaurs and monsters.
Beverly Tapinski, the sharp-edged friend of Raymie Nightingale, overcomes a rough upbringing in the final volume of DiCamillo’s series.
A displaced Muslim girl adjusts to America as a second, “Other Home” in this well-written verse novel.
When did reading and literature become academic subjects? And is that a good thing?
The Fenway and Hattie series pits an excitable Jack Russell terrier against delivery men and treacherous flooring.
A Wolf Called Wander sensitively traces the journey of a young wolf in his quest for a new home and pack.