Naima loves to draw, but how can she use that gift to help her poor Bangladeshi family earn some much needed income?
Chiko and Tu Reh learn to face challenges and love their enemies in modern day, war-torn Burma in this realistic fiction novel for teens. Starred review.
The Promise of Change revisits the civil rights era with this poignant memoir of a teenage girl becoming an icon.
Inventing Victoria follows a young biracial girl through a seldom-explored period of Reconstruction history.
Three recent novels for middle-grade through YA feature characters with schizophrenia or depression.
4 noteworthy, new multicultural picture books about the roots of rap, Hannukah, gratitude, and Island culture.
Continuing our series from last Friday about children’s books seen as contenders for the ALA’s coveted Newbery medal. The Truth As Told by Mason Buttle …
This picture book gives a neglected holiday its due, celebrating “New Year” around the world with brilliant collage illustrations. Every Month is a New Year: …