Twelve-year-old Esther Mettlestone-Staranise loves reading books and writing stories but is troubled by low self-esteem and recurring bad dreams. When she starts the year at boarding school in earnest, she quickly notices something isn’t quite right. Her two best friends
A romantic YA fantasy perfect for fans of Erin A. Craig and Margaret Rogerson, about two people who find themselves competing for glory—and each other’s hearts—in a magical fox hunt.
The winner of the NBCC Award for Poetry offers up a spirited collection of short lyrical essays, written daily over a tumultuous year, reminding us of the purpose and pleasure of praising, extolling, and celebrating ordinary wonders.
Here is plant-based Africa: more than 70 healthy and authentic recipes from 13 different African countries, including the author’s own home country of the Ivory Coast.
In this 1,000-piece puzzle, retrace the magic of Nathalie Lété’s imagination and revel in her breathtaking colors and imagery.
In this riveting and immersive novel, bestselling author Thrity Umrigar tells the story of two couples and the sometimes dangerous and heartbreaking challenges of love across a cultural divid
From the world-famous and beloved home goods designer and New York Times bestselling author John Derian, a 1,000-piece puzzle inspired by the rainbow.What delights you? A vibrant red? A mysterious blue? From John Derian, the artist and designer whose work with printed
In a series of 28 brief arguments reframing the abortion issue, Gabrielle Blair deftly makes the case for moving the abortion debate away from controlling and legislating women’s bodies and instead directs the focus on men’s lack of accountability in preventing unwanted pregnancies.
Calling all puzzle-loving book nerds! This 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle celebrates your love for books, with a charming illustration from Holly Maguire (illustrator of Book Nerd), featuring a fantasy to-read pile of packed, colorful bookshelves; a charming group of browsers; and,
This anthology of short stories gives voice to the rising generation as they define what it means to grow up queer in the twenty-first century. What is it like to grow up in a society that embraces you in certain