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Finalist for the Publishing Triangle's Judy Grahn Award for Lesbian Nonfiction
You have a history, and a body. You are a history, and a body. Your body has (is) a history, too. As a girl, Julie Marie Wade was uninterested in makeup, boy-watching, and other trappings of conventional girlhood, much to her mother’s disappointment.
Best New Series of 2019 - Entertainment Weekly
“One of the most captivating novels of the year.” – Washington Post
In this young readers adaptation of her #1 New York Times bestselling book, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion Abby Wambach inspires the next generation to find their voice, unite their pack, and change the world.
A lyrical new volume from a poet “beyond the achievement of all but a double handful of living American poets” (Harold Bloom).
It's sink or swim for Katara!
A NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK OF THE YEAR
A GOOD MORNING AMERICA BOOK CLUB PICK
One of the Best Historical Novels of 2020 (Tampa Bay Times)
"In this sharply crafted novel, his seventh, Watson] re-creates the era with rich detail and a creeping sense of dread...The Committee is the kind of story that makes you hope it can't happen here--but reminds you that it already has."
--Tampa Bay Times
By the Bestselling Author of Let Him Go
A Most Anticipated Book of the Summer: The Millions * Library Journal * Parade
"Characters so real they could walk off the page, virtuoso writing and up-all-night drama."— People
From acclaimed novelist Larry Watson, a multigenerational story of the West
Women's Suffrage and the Continuing Fight for Women's Rights
"Weatherford's book traces the philosophical roots of the Seneca Falls convention to the 17th century and women who defied the dominant religious leadership in the nascent American colonies." ―Publishers Weekly
2020 Winner Sarton Women's Literary Award for Nonfiction
“The most important book you will read this year.”—Caitlin Flanagan, author of To Hell with All That
A Seventeen Best YA Book of 2020 So Far
A Hypable Most Anticipated YA Fantasy Sequel of 2020
“Will get Buffy fans up in their feels.” —Entertainment Weekly on Slayer
Nina continues to learn how to use her slayer powers against enemies old and new in this second novel in the New York Times bestselling serie
Longlisted • National Book Award (Nonfiction)
“A nuanced and tenderly pitched story.” –Elizabeth Acevedo, National Book Award winner and New York Times bestselling author
“Ismée Williams has created an engaging urban romance that tackles difficult subjects such as mental health and racism, while celebrating poetry, dance, baseball, and the complexities of Latino families.&rdquo
"Wilson's collection is romantic yet world-weary, bereaved yet fortified―a kindred reflection of the heart in the modern world." ―Publishers Weekly Fieldnotes on Ordinary Love is a collection whose poems approach family, politics, and romance, often through the lens of space: the vagaries of a relationship full of wonder and coldness, separation and exploration.
From award-winning, New York Times bestselling novelist Ben H. Winters comes a mind-bending novel set in a world governed by absolute truth, where lies are as dangerous as murder.
WINNER OF THE NAACP IMAGE AWARD
WINNER OF THE CORETTA SCOTT KING AUTHOR AWARD
National Book Award winner Jacqueline Woodson's stirring novel-in-verse explores how a family moves forward when their glory days have passed and the cost of professional sports on Black bodies.
Coretta Scott King Honor author Varian Johnson teams up with rising cartoonist Shannon Wright for a delightful middle-grade graphic novel!Maureen and Francine Carter are twins and best friends. They participate in the same clubs, enjoy the same foods, and are partners on all their school projects.