The “insignificant events” befalling a girl without arms throw the rough transitions of middle school into sharp, yet humorous, relief.
The Good Thieves combines compelling action and an irresistible “heist” tale with striking prose.
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.
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.
The Boys in the Boat is a gripping nonfiction story for middle grades about teamwork, perseverance, and triumph at the Olympics.