The Science of Boys

Illustrated By: Gracey Zhang

Science nerd Emma Sakamoto wants to reinvent herself. When a popular girl seeks Emma’s help getting a boy to like her, Emma applies scientific laws to a perplexing subject—boys. But do people conform to scientific principles? The results are unpredictable in this story about the struggle of fitting in and the complexity of friendship.

Las piedras mysteriosas

Illustrated By: Yayo

Kiki vive con su tío y su abuela desde que su papá zarpó en busca de una nueva vida. Un día, Kiki divisa a una misteriosa mujer de pelo largo y blanco en la playa. La dama le deja hermosas piedras de colores, que ofrecen a Kiki una nueva esperanza de que su papá regresará.

A Day With Yayah

Illustrated By: Julie Flett

Nikki and her friends go foraging with Nikki's grandmother, her yayah. Yayah teaches them the Interior Salish—N?e?kepmxcín—words for the herbs and plants they find. Beautifully illustrated by the award-winning illustrator Julie Flett, young readers will appreciate how much we can learn from exploring our countryside.

Pikiq

Illustrated By: Yayo

An Inuit child draws colorful creatures in the white landscape.

When Morning Comes

This gripping love story for teen readers is set in South Africa in 1976. Written from the points of view of four young people living in Johannesburg and its black township, this book explores the roots of the Soweto Uprising and the edifice of Apartheid in a South Africa about to explode.