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This is a wonderfully reflective book, the perfect one for quiet summer afternoons.
WWII Warsaw as seen through the eyes of a young orphan with no identity and no means of understanding the madness growing all around him. Powerful and poignant.
Phillip Hoose tells the amazing story of a group of Danish boys who disagree with their government’s decision to let Nazi Germany take over their country without a fight. Danish resistance began with boys on bicycles committing annoying acts of sabotage. Kid Power!!
Sophie takes up chicken breeding when her parents inherit a farm, but just who
is sending her letters filled with advice?
Eleven year old Thomas and his father are grave diggers and the grave they have just uncovered contains a boy who is the spitting image of Thomas. What?!
Claudette and her team are back in their second adventure! They may have defeated a giant, but they’re about to be tested again. This time they’re facing down none other than the dragon who defeated Claudette’s father. To make things worse, some pesky princes and an evil sorcerer are getting in the way. This dynamic sequel is sure to be snatched up by excited adventurers!
Encouragement and vibrant colors in this sweet story about leaving your mark will make your day.
Noelle Stevenson (Nimona) is back with the wildly fun Lumberjanes, about a troop of girl campers with a habit of getting into trouble with three-eyed wolves, hipster yetis, and eerie cookie-baking boy scouts. With Rosie the Riveter for a camp director, these girls are far more likely to make history than to ever be well-behaved.
Fifteen-year-old Lina lives an ordinary life in Lithuania until Soviet soldiers pack her family onto a train and send them to a work camp in Siberia. There Lina must fight to survive while maintaining hope that her father may still be alive, and they will one day be reunited. A nuanced look at one of the lesser-known atrocities of World War II. For fans of The Book Thief and Code Name Verity.