Tolstoy’s most famous novella is an intense and moving examination of death and the possibilities of redemption, here in a powerful translation by the award-winning Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky.
In post–climate disaster Alberta, a young woman infected with a mysterious parasite must choose whether to pursue a rare opportunity far from home or stay and help rebuild her community.
What goes up must come down — somehow — as Peg gets stuck high in a tree and Cat and Ramone try to come to the rescue.
Wutaryoo is tired of not knowing who she is or where she came from. Inspired by her friends’ fantastical origin stories, she sets off on an adventure of a lifetime that will help reveal her true history. A heartwarming and relatable new picture book about telling your own story and finding your own truth, perfect for kids and recent graduates.
A fascinating, highly visual biography of Mary Anning, the Victorian fossil hunter who changed scientific thinking about prehistoric life and would become one of the most celebrated paleontologists of all time. Perfect for children learning about woman scientists like Ada Lovelace, Jane Goodall, and Katherine Johnson.
The timeless Pulitzer Prize–winning masterpiece following a humble farmer’s journey through 1920s China returns with this beautifully repackaged edition that celebrates its nearly ninety years as an American classic.
The life and career of fiercely principled Supreme Court Justice and pop culture icon Ruth Bader Ginsberg, and her landmark cases for the legal protection of human rights. A Sydney Taylor Honor book!
“Mordant, vibrantly confessional . . . A masterpiece.” —Liz Jensen, The Guardian
The first in a magical, exciting series by Olympian and World Book Day ambassador Jessica Ennis-Hill. Perfect for fans of Rainbow Magic and My Little Pony!
The second in Siphiwe Gloria Ndlovu’s highly acclaimed book series centered on an unnamed Southern African country, but a standalone novel in its own right, The History of Man sketches decades of history through the eyes of Emil Coetzee, on his journey from boyhood to manhood, and the changes that befall him through love, loss, and war. With empathy and a gentle touch, Ndlovu explores what makes a man, a father, and a nation.