Quiet, Please!

In this delightful picture book, a young giraffe is desperate to find a quiet place to read where his noisy brothers and sisters won’t find him.

Sulfur Heart

In this high-interest accessible novel for teen readers, Will returns home after his father is killed under mysterious circumstances.

Who's Looking?

Illustrated By: Cornelia Li

In this gorgeously illustrated nonfiction picture book, a young girl and her baby sister explore the land around them while various animals and insects look on. The art reflects the world as viewed by the animals, along with the text explaining some science behind each animal's unique type of vision.

Fashion Forward

Part of the nonfiction Orca Footprints series for middle-grade readers, this book explores the social and environmental issues in the fashion industry and how kids can make it more sustainable.

Lark Has the Shivers

Illustrated By: Marcus Cutler

In this illustrated early chapter book, Lark and Connor are asked to solve two mysteries in one day! When pets go missing from the local fair and Sophie’s house appears to be haunted, the Ba twins have only a little time to figure out a lot of problems.

Salmon

Part of the Orca Wild series, this nonfiction book for middle-grade readers explores the iconic life cycle of salmon, their contributions to the ecosystem and their struggle for survival. Illustrated with photos throughout.

It's A Hit!

After Wil comes out as a trans boy, his dad wants him to have the experiences he loved - including baseball camp. Wil doesn't know anything about baseball, but Taylor, the athletic son of queer moms, is determined that Wil get a hit before the summer ends.

The Light of You

Illustrated By: Van Binfa

The Light of You is a story about the anticipation of a baby’s arrival. A transgender dad shares the love and hope of the community around him as the baby inside him prepares to make its journey to the light. 

Metatron's Children

Illustrated By: Sydney Kuhne

Meet Yren: a 12 year-old Black, non-binary kid growing up in the safety of The Village during the time After the Fall. Yren never wanted to be special, but the Universe had other plans. Exploring these strange and exciting new powers will take Yren outside the safety of the life they’ve known and into a perilous adventure.

Noodin's Perfect Day

Illustrated By: Rhael McGregor

Noodin, a nonbinary Anishnaabe kid, plans to spend their day reading and eating pancakes - until they unexpectedly get saddled with babysitting duties. A hunt for amusements and snacks ensues, taking them across the city to meet many friends - human and animal.

The Magic Shell

Illustrated By: Diana Mungaray

Pigeon Pea has a lot of questions about their family and ancestors one afternoon. Auntie entrusts them with a magic cowrie shell that whisks Pigeon Pea back in time and across continents to visit with their great-great-great-great-great-great grandmothers and others, including their orisha.