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Wisdom inside the pages of a picture book, a biography and a novel.

  • — Kathie Meizner, — Abby McGanney Nolan, — Mary Quattlebaum
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“Hey, Kiddo,” “Blue” and “A Very Large Expanse of Sea” explore sadness, loss, prejudice — and hope.

  • Kathie Meizner, Abby McGanney Nolan, Mary Quattlebaum
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New releases include “Dreamers” by Yuyi Morales and “The Faithful Spy” by John Hendrix.

  • Kathie Meizner, Abby McGanney Nolan, Mary Quattlebaum
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New best books for young readers: “Neon Leon,” “Zen and Gone” and “Spooked!”

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Ibtihaj Muhammad’s Olympic tale will uplift. ‘Front Desk’ and ‘Best Frints at Skrool’ will, too.

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Wordless children’s books provide an opportunity for creativity and conversation.

  • Karen MacPherson
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Picks this month include ‘Ocean Meets Sky’ and ‘The Jigsaw Jungle.’

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New titles by Matt James, Wendy Mass, Rebecca Stead and more.

  • Kathie Meizner, Abby McGanney Nolan, Mary Quattlebaum
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‘Islandborn’ shows life in a Dominican community in the Bronx.

  • Karen MacPherson
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Matt de la Peña’s bestseller “Love” lets kids see themselves, even in difficult moments.

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A gorgeous, massive anthology compiles all the strips that featured Charlie Brown’s dog.

  • Michael Tisserand
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“Thank You, Bees,” “The War I Finally Won” and “The 57 Bus.”

  • Kathie Meizner, Mary Quattlebaum, Abby McGanney Nolan
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Young adult author Jason Reynolds is determined to get reluctant readers to read

Make memories with “Goodnight Goon,” “Six Creepy Sheep” and other scary classics for kids.

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“Most of the book was written in the two years after I recovered from a period of unwellness.”

  • Mary Quattlebaum
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Our picks for young readers: “Her Right Foot,” “Meet Cindy Sherman” and “You Bring the Distant Near”

  • Kathie Meizner, Abby McGanney Nolan, Mary Quattlebaum
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“The Purloining of Prince Oleomargarine” is finally brought to life by Philip and Erin Stead.

  • Dennis Drabelle
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‘The River Bank’ adds a zippy heroine — a novelist — to its cast of familiar characters.

Kwame Alexander, Marie Lu, Melissa de la Cruz, Angie Thomas and more

Meet Captain Underpants, send a letter to a favorite author, hunt for Waldo, and more.

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