Fast-paced and far-out, this series opener mixes theoretical science with human joys and sorrows
Swing and Solo: two novels-in-verse for teens that grapple with music (jazz and rock and roll), baseball, young love, and what’s really important in life.
Four homeless children in India find their own “bridge home” in this engaging novel for middle grades.
The “last day of summer” turns into a literal race against time for two intrepid, legendary sleuths.
Biracial siblings connect with their estranged grandparents in Caterpillar Summer.
Someday We Will Fly explores a little-known chapter of the Holocaust: the Jewish refuge of Shanghai.
Mitali Perkins’ latest novel takes two conflicted teens to India to confront human trafficking and challenges to their Christian faith.
Naima loves to draw, but how can she use that gift to help her poor Bangladeshi family earn some much needed income?