The “insignificant events” befalling a girl without arms throw the rough transitions of middle school into sharp, yet humorous, relief.
The “momentous event” of transitioning to high school presents Aven Green, the armless girl-wonder, with new challenges.
The Noodlehead series, by the author of Fly Guy, draws from classic simpleton stories to give early readers a chuckle.
The Good Thieves combines compelling action and an irresistible “heist” tale with striking prose.
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.
A great middle grades-level look at both Martin Luther in particular and the Protestant Reformation in general.
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.