The Ambrose Deception is a middle grade mystery that’s full of kooky hijinks, clever twists, precocious kids, and ambiguous riddles. It’s also one of the most exciting books I’ve read so far this year.
Dhonielle Clayton’s The Belles is a captivating book that shows just how dark and dangerous a world full of beauty can be.
If you’ve ever thought that traditional books were a little too linear then you’re in luck! Gabe Soria’s Midnight Arcade series is here to give readers a choice in how they experience their stories. (Thanks to Penguin Workshop for the review copy!)
Angel Catbird is branching out into a new medium! The quirky series from the creative minds of Margaret Atwood and artist Johnnie Christmas takes on new life as an Audible Original audio drama. This audio adaptation features a full ensemble cast and spans the entire three volume series.
The Prince and the Dressmaker has been one of our most anticipated graphic novel releases of the year ever since it was announced. An LGBT-positive take on the classic girl-meets-prince fairytale formula? Count us in!
‘My Girl Power Journal’ is full of all kinds of prompts to keep kids occupied and get girls thinking about the things that make them special!
Based in part on the comic book one-shot of the same name, Batman: Gotham by Gaslight envisions a very different Batman than the one most people know and love.
Graphic novelist Box Brown returns with his latest original graphic novel Is This Guy Fore Real? which explores the life of the ‘Unbelievable’ Andy Kaufman.
Readers who are familiar with Angelou and Basquiat and those who are meeting them for the first time alike will enjoy the way the words and images blend together to inspire children to fearlessness in Life Doesn’t Frighten Me.