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This is the type of book that you give to a child and then 20 years later they spend a good chunk of time searching for it because all they remember about it is the beautiful illustrations and the fact that it was a staple in their reading every holiday season. (Am I saying this from personal experience? Maybe). Which is to say: Give any child in your life a gift for now AND for later!
With beautiful illustrations and interactive pop-ups, this book is about as magical as it gets. I remember getting a book like this for Christmas as a kid, and I wouldn’t open another gift for hours! This book is the perfect gift for any kid, or adult, who loves to keep magic alive all year!
An phenomenal tale of visual storytelling. For those with active mind's eyes, every page explodes with possibility. As much a piece of artwork as a book.
Evie is at it again, adventuring out to rescue the ghosts of Blight Harbor- this time from the nefarious Nighthouse Keeper. With the help of Lark and a plump ghost spider, can she rescue her ghostly friends or will she, too, fall prey to the dark?
If you are looking for the perfect dark academia read to cozy up with, look no further! Curious Tides has everything I have ever wanted in a book: split POVs, romance, unique magic, amazing characters, immaculate vibes, and a mystery that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I fell in love with this book on the first page, and by the last, it had become one of my favorite books released this year!
The Hunger Games meets The Bachelor in this dystopian YA romance. America Singer is forced to compete to become the next Princess of Illea, leaving her home & secret love behind. You'll fall head over heels in love with the first book in The Selection trilogy!
You know a retelling is really outstanding when you forget while reading it that it's not, in fact, the original. A Bit of Earth preserves all the good from The Secret Garden while modernizing the tale. I especially loved Maria Latif, a hurt and angry and lost little girl who learns to open herself up again.
A sapphic detective agency is put to the test when a year's old small town murder raises suspicion once more. Written with the most sparkling wit, clever plot twists, and page-turning urgency, How To Find A Missing Girl takes readers on the investigation of a lifetime without sacrificing the laughs along the way.
15, Indigenous, and queer, Anequs must navigate the micro- and macroagressions against her and her misfit friends (Black, Indigenous, and autistic) at a 19th century boarding school for dragoneers. A little bit steampunk and very much anticolonialist, this book of alternate history features alchemy, poly romance, and lots of speaking truth to power.
Don't we all need solid reasons to defend our not-so-highly-regarded-but-it-just-happens-anyway habits?
Yes. And Shinsuke Yoshitake has all the best answers in these brilliant pages. Open me to see!!
Follow a tailoring squirrel as he fits out all his woodland friends when he should be getting ready for winter! Puns abound. The author also includes a note at the end, which offers subjects for discussion.
How could someone steal the most famous painting in the world? Well as it turns out, it was easy; ridiculously, disapointingly, easy.
Joao uses the threads of his blanket and his fanciful imagination to conquer his fears of bedtime in this unique, shape-shifting dream of a picture book