Camp Disaster

In this high-interest novel for young readers, Charlotte has to find a way to stand up to bullies at summer camp without becoming a target herself.

Rodent

In this novel for teens, Isabelle knows all about shouldering responsibility: she looks after her younger siblings because their mother is often drunk or absent. School is a nightmare, but one teacher seems to understand that Isabelle has talent to spare.

Everyday Hero

When a new friend challenges Alice, who is autistic, to step outside her comfort zone, Alice decides to revise her rules in this novel for middle readers.

Stepping Out

Paige Larsson, YouTube comedy vlogger, has always used humor to cope with her disability—but an opportunity to compete in stand-up comedy is a big step out of her comfort zone in this novel for teens.

Passover

Enlivened by personal stories, Passover illuminates and celebrates how ancient Jewish traditions are kept alive in the modern world in this work of nonfiction for middle readers.

At Ease

In this short novel for middle readers, Will discovers that while he has the talent required for a career as a classical violinist, stage fright threatens to destroy his dream.

Love Is In The Hair

Carter's up in the middle of the night, too excited to sleep: her baby sister is being born! She asks her Uncle Marcus to tell her stories about the beautiful things in his dreadlocks so she can relax and rest.

The Newspaper Pirates

Illustrated By: Ketch Wehr

Anthony Bartholomew is on a mission to find the “newspaper pirates” who have been stealing his father’s newspaper from outside their apartment door. Along the way he discovers just how fierce he can be.