At the outset of K.H. Saxton’s The A&A Detective Agency: The Fairfleet Affair, “the biggest scandal . . . in decades” initiates in the small New England town of Northbrook: Dr.
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Jerry Craft brings us back to eighth grade in his follow-up graphic novel to the award-winning New Kid.
Sitting down with author-illustrator Emma Giuliani’s oversized picture book In the Garden is, from the outset, a giant welcome into the world of gardening.
Warren the 13th and the Thirteen-Year Curse, the final entry in the amiable Warren the 13th trilogy, finds the titular hero confronting hard prospects.
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Theodore Boone: The Accomplice by John Grisham has a lot going for it.
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Pierre the Maze Detective is a part of a series of sticker books designed by IC4Design that will delight sticker collectors of all ages.
Rudy, a naively determined and enthusiastically optimistic tree frog, joins the ranks of SpongeBob and Dory as Brian Smith and Mike Raicht team up to deliver another fun and adventurous graphic nov
“African folktales always invite us to talk about how characters behave,” writes acclaimed author Beverley Naidoo in the foreword to her latest title, a patchy collection of stories hailing from ni