Here are our recommendations for that voracious reader in your life.
A motley crew travels across the galaxy in this creative and optimistic Firefly-esque sci-fi adventure. Lots of fun!
This is the book equivalent to a swiss army knife- and much more impressive than any app. Not only is it a planetarium, but an instrument, speaker, and spirograph (remember those?!).
This original fantasy from a master of magical realism explores the depths of love, sacrifice, and the memories of land. Captivating and lush.
Lives intersect when Molly is tasked with solving a decades-old murder that may or may not be connected to her father, who's on death row. Strange and unforgettable.
Moxie girls fight back in this fiercely unapologetic and empowering strike against rape culture in today's society.
When her LA classmates assume Cammi is a poor immigrant -- as opposed to the daughter of two Mexican movie stars -- she ends up playing a role of her own.
16-year-old Mary is pregnant -- and serving time for killing a child when she was 9, but she's the only one who knows what really happened.
High schoolers share stories on a class trip to DC in a modern retelling of The Canterbury Tales.
The son and daughter of rival paleontologists have to decide where their loyalties lie during the dinosaur wars of the 1800s.
A charming new debut middle grade fantasy about a young witch struggling to prove herself as she fails her witches’ exam, fights monsters and tries to unravel a magical mystery.
An approachable guide to basic car maintenance, perfect for drivers with no mechanical background.
Short biographies of LGBTQIA people throughout history. Will appeal to fans of fun, empowering pop-culture books like Rad American Women A-Z and Notorious RBG.
The smash hit returns with another volume just in time for the holidays with 100 new stories featuring everyone from Nefertiti to Beyonce.
A wacky, fun look at some of the strangest, goofiest “super” villains that ever made it into comic books.
This is a truly stunning graphic novel that isn’t about Frida Kahlo so much as it is an original presentation of what made her such a powerful artist. Perfect for the aspiring painter. (15+)
A fun, smart look at how technology is changing the world right now. Perfect for fans of XKCD.