Maddie is nervous about returning to school after receiving her diagnosis of type 1 diabetes, but with her family and friends supporting her, she discovers that life is still sweet. Includes author's note and list of resources.
When a racist incident rocks her small Michigan town, eleven-year-old Lekha must decide whether to speak up or stay silent, even as she struggles to navigate her life at home, where she can be herself, and at school, where she is teased about her culture.
This follow-up to Amy Wu and the Perfect Bao finds Amy's love for arts and crafts challenged by her teacher's assignment to draw a dragon that reflects her own imagination.
This is the second book to be released in Kat Zhang and Charlene Chua's series about Amy Wu. To view the first book (and any others that come out after this posting!), click here.
When twelve-year-old Zinnia Manning's older brother Gabriel is diagnosed with bipolar disorder, it turns her family's world upside-down, especially since they are keeping the information private.
Lotta loves to hear Great-grandmother Erika tell stories of her childhood, herding reindeer in the snowy north of Norway. Lotta dreams of having such adventures, too. Little does she know that her wish is about to come true.
This is book 2 in the Winter Journeys series. To see previous (or subsequent to this posting!) books in the series, click here.
When eleven-year-old Becca, a quadruplet, finds a sick piglet on the side of the road, her life is changed forever.
When Earth is threatened by an invading race of bugs called the Plague, 11-year-old Finn, his arch-nemesis, Lincoln, his crush, Julep, and one pink unicorn lunchbox become Earth's last best hope against destruction
Reverend F.D. Reese was a leader of the Voting Rights Movement in Selma, Alabama. As a teacher and principal, he recognized that his colleagues were viewed with great respect in the city. Could he convince them to risk their jobs--and perhaps their lives--by organizing a teachers-only march to the county courthouse to demand their right to vote? On January 22, 1965, the Black teachers left their classrooms and did just that, with Reverend Reese leading the way.
Thirteen-year-olds Quinn Parker and Mike Warren uncover the awful truth about their strange neighbors and the gruesome secret of how they stay young.
A friendless girl who has developed a knack for keeping her head down at school resists a red-headed newcomer who wants to make friends, before the two are paired for a class assignment that she hopes will secure her position on the debate team.