Naima loves to draw, but how can she use that gift to help her poor Bangladeshi family earn some much needed income?
Chiko and Tu Reh learn to face challenges and love their enemies in modern day, war-torn Burma in this realistic fiction novel for teens. Starred review.
To “pay attention” to the world around you is rule #1 of a life well lived, as this winning middle-grade novel shows
Three recent novels for middle-grade through YA feature characters with schizophrenia or depression.
A teenage Syrian refugee is the “Nowhere Boy” whose fate falls into the hands of an American 13-year-old.
Astrid, the thunderbolt of Glimmerdal, charms readers as easily as she charms those around her in this delightful middle grades novel.
Jason Reynolds is an author we’ve kept an eye on ever since his debut in 2015 with When I Was the Greatest. That novel, and …
Cardboard Kingdom (Knopf, 2018) bounced to the top of the book-review radar the moment it was released, and soon after tallied an impressive 5 starred …