Meg Medina, Sophie Blackall are big winners at the 2019 children’s book awards.

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Conservationist Eric Dinerstein revisits Nepal and poaching in his new book.

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The author spent five years researching and writing the novel about a boy and a female polar bear traveling to England in 1252.

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Jason Reynolds and Washington Post reviewers share their favorites.

In his new book, a boy pressures his friend into making bad choices.

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Games, cartooning and a snowball fight are part of “The Meltdown Show.”

New books focus on early roadblocks in flight, artistry and communication.

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Pablo Cartaya’s novel about a teenage boy is set on an island that has been part of the U.S. since 1898.

En su nuevo libro, Pablo Cartaya recorre la Isla del Encanto.

This Katherine Marsh novel is set in Belgium and features a boy on the run.

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Club members Anna Kim and Scott James win reserve seats at National Book Festival.

The author will talk about her new middle-grade book at the National Book Festival.

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These characters don’t wear capes, but their persistence and courage often save the day.

The main character is patterned after a Pakistani girl who heroically fought for a chance to learn.

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Two kids fight a strange underground force that threatens to sink an unhappy town.

We know that the Harry Potter films are based on the series of books by J.K. Rowling. But do you know any other kids books that were turned into movies?

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A practical joker mistakenly sent to a school for geniuses struggles to fit in.

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Katherine Applegate’s story is about a doglike creature who fears she is the last of her kind.

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A girl tries to solve a puzzle that promises treasure and a chance to clear her grandma’s name.

A middle-schooler moves to a new city and tries to be true to herself.

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