In 2014, author Eleanor Glewwe released her first book, “Sparkers.” This winter, Eleanor returns that world with a new standalone novel, “Wildings.”
Browsing: ages 10 & up
The first thing that attracted me to “The Friendship Experiment” was its cover. And its cover is perfectly inline with Erin Teagan’s story.
At first, I had a hard time getting into Jo Knowles “Still a Work in Progress.” I put it aside a few times before dedicating a half hour to it. I’m glad I did.
We often get so caught up in our own history, we fail to see the other side. Kathleen Burkinshaw’s ‘The Last Cherry Blossom’ takes readers to WWII Hiroshima.
Karen Cushman is the author of eight historical fiction books. Her latest novel, “Grayling’s Song,” marks her entry into fantasy.
Melanie Conklin balances humor with raw emotion in “Counting Thyme,” a powerful middle-grade novel with a smart and loving heroine at its center.
Leila is the author of five novels. Her most recent book, “Once Was a Time,” is her first foray into middle-grade territory.
“Summerlost” author Ally Condie has a way of developing characters you immediately care about. It only takes a few pages to get you hooked.
In Alexander Vance’s “Behind the Canvas” you enter a world where paintings are alive. It’s a wild ride through history and the creative process.
In many ways, “The Night Parade” feels like a Hayao Miyazaki film. There’s a lyrical feel to author Kathryn Tanquary’s prose, which lends itself well to the magical world she creates.