Equally entertaining and informative, How to Code a Sandcastle is the perfect introduction to coding for little computer geniuses-or really any 5 year old who's ever wondered how computers work.
Fans of Three Times Lucky and Chasing Vermeer will eat up this Southern mystery about art, family, and finding your way home. Mississippians will recognize references to Walter Anderson, but anyone will be charmed by Cricket's tenacity, strength of character, and brilliant imagination.
Rife with brooding romance, mysterious intrigue, and plenty of biting commentary from our intrepid authors, My Plain Jane is irrepressably funny and incredibly clever.
Within the world of Caraval, sisters Scarlett and Tella found freedom from their abusive father, but in this luminous and dazzling sequel, Tella learns there is a steep price to pay. As they join the next game, Tella is entangled in a dark and enticing mystery that involves the magic of Legend himself versus the mysterious Fates that created their realm.
Over the course of one increasingly turbulent wedding weekend, high school senior Charlie Grant battles family dysfunction and awkward crush interactions as she attempts to avert multiple wedding disasters.
Furyborn is an epic fantasy of otherworldly beings, antiheroes, and intricate world-building. As Rielle strives to control her elemental magic to fulfill a prophecy and win the prince she secretly loves, we also follow Elianna, an assassin known as Dread, as she struggles to protect her family and maintain her morality amidst the growing darkness in her soul. Rielle and Elianna are separated by thousands of years, but both are forces to be reckoned with as they shape the futures of the kingdoms they hold dear.
When Daisy Winters' perfect sister becomes engaged to the Crown Prince of Scotland, she spends an unforgettable summer learning the ropes of royalty and romance.
The sequel to Scythe, Thunderhead is a brilliant exploration of the hubris of humanity and machine alike that does not fail to excite, alarm, and impress.
Adeyemi has written a fresh and alluring world of magic and madness that has appealing mystery and intrigue for everyone.
Accepted at the elite and eccentric Ellingham Academy, Stevie Bell has two goals: prove to her parents she belongs there and solve the eighty-one-year-old case of the disappearance of the Ellingham family. As Stevie delves deeper into the case, however, another mystery arises that cannot be a coincidence.
Beguiling and unsettling, The Hazel Wood is the kind of book you'll read in one sitting, holding your breath all the while. The Hazel Wood shifts between gritty urban fantasy to spine-tingling horror seamlessly, with gorgeous prose and fantastic narration.
An exceptional and heart-wrenching story, with beautiful prose, vivid imagery, and one incredibly resilient young girl.
After 12 year old Jerome is shot by a police officer, he lingers in the world to watch over his family and friends. When Jerome encounters the daughter of the police officer who shot him, the only person who can see him, they both learn an extraordinary lesson in compassion and empathy.
Aru Shah, a 12 year old with a tendency to exaggerate, tends to get herself into a lot of scrapes, but when she awakens an ancient evil intent on ending the world, she's gonna need a lot more than fast-talking to become a heroine. With the help of a talking pigeon (don't ask) and some gifts from the gods, Aru starts an epic adventure in this series inspired by Rick Riordan and Hindu mythology.
Determined to make a difference in Mississippi, Rosa is torn when political strife plagues her state. What can one person do against a sea of injustice? Linda Williams Jackson once again brilliantly delivers a story of hope against all odds.
This whimsically illustrated wonder is the perfect introduction to Jane Austen. Focusing on her intelligence, her family, and her love of storytelling, fans will love introducing their little ones to the great authoress.