‘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!
Edumacation is like peeking into Andy’s fact-filled brain. It reads less like a scientific tome and more like a conversation with your best friend. It’s light, funny, and you come out of it feeling good about yourself! (Thanks to the publisher for the review copy.)
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.
One of our favorite middle grade novels of 2017, Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow is the start to an amazing new series that will keep young readers hooked from start to finish. (Thanks to LBYR for the review copy!)
Who says comics aren’t for girls? The Big Book of Girl Power is a primer for budding DC fans who want to learn more about their favorite characters — and meet a few new ones, too! (A review copy was provided by the publisher.)
Marie Lu tells a great story in Batman: Nightwalker that will appeal to a wide variety of readers. And she makes us excited to see what the rest of the DC Icons series has in store for us!
‘Nerdy contemporary’ books are all the rage these days and we couldn’t be more thrilled about it. Cecil Castellucci’s latest novel, Don’t Cosplay With My Heart, puts a positive spin on fandom, cosplay, and conventions while tackling a number of issues within the fandom community. (Thanks to Scholastic for the review copy!)
I highly recommend this book for fans of science fiction and adventure with a splash of romance. Your One & Only is a masterclass novel in world-building with a fresh plot – you won’t find a clone of this book anywhere on the shelves!
A Taxonomy of Love is a wonderful read that does a great job of showing the messiness of friendships during adolescence.
Bardugo failed to capture the magnetic spirit of a young Diana and was further weighted down by a cast of bland characters and an anxiety-inducing homework assignment deadline of a plot. Wonder Woman: Warbringer crumbled under my heavy expectations for Bardugo and for Diana’s character.