Beast Rider offers a sympathetic take on the immigration issue through the experience of one Mexican boy.
Eventown is a place of forgetting, but how much forgetting does that take before you forget yourself?
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.
A days-long power outage is the premise for Zap, a STEM-based, character-driven novel for middle graders.
In Checked, one family’s deep involvement in hockey provides the background for life questions
Three recent novels for middle-grade through YA feature characters with schizophrenia or depression.
The author of Broken Pieces and the God Who Mends them shares further insights about her experience with schizophrenia.