A displaced Muslim girl adjusts to America as a second, “Other Home” in this well-written verse novel.
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.
An unlikely romance tinged by tragedy makes Butterfly Yellow a winning read for mature teens.
In Some Places More than Others, a pre-teen girl tries to fill the gaps in her sense of place and family.
A black girl adopted into a white family struggles with her own disability and her mother’s instability.
This engaging historical novel reflects on the plight of Unsung Heroes—black service men in the years immediately following World War II.
The Friendship War puts a unique spin on a timeless theme for middle-grade fiction.