In White Bird, a graphic novel, the best-selling author of Wonder traces the holocaust history of a Wonder character’s grandmother.
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.
The Friendship War puts a unique spin on a timeless theme for middle-grade fiction.
Stay, a heart-tugging dog story. also introduces young readers (in a limited way) to the plight of the homeless.
In this light-hearted middle-grade novel, a southern “Rebel” digs into her heritage with surprising and enlightening results.
An aspiring magician discovers the real magic in “Super Jake,” his special-needs little brother
With humor and heart, Pie in the Sky explores the experience of a young Asian immigrant with much more than assimilation on his mind.