Sarah Guillory’s new middle-grade novel was inspired by flooding in the author’s home state of Louisiana.

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Colorful illustrations help tell the stories of buildings, bridges and more.

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In ‘ChupaCarter,’ a boy befriends a friendly creature that legend says also sucks animal blood.

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Jennifer Ziegler and David Bowles share the stage at the festival, which features more than 40 kids book creators.

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Authors suggest ways for kids to get involved and help undo the damage.

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Christina Soontornvat’s latest novel is filled with adventure, mystery and family drama.

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Wendy Wan-Long Shang’s new novel features a boy who moves across the country and is the only Asian American kid at his new school.

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In Julian Randall’s new novel, a girl looking to understand a cousin’s disappearance finds herself in a magic-filled world.

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Main character in “Honestly Elliott” deals with ADHD, parents’ divorce and an incident too embarrassing to talk about.

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In Nic Stone’s ‘Fast Pitch,’ 12-year-old is focused on winning until she’s asked to clear her great-grandfather’s name.

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In Avi’s “Loyalty,” a Colonial family supports Britain, but the son must decide for himself where his allegiance lies.

Characters in these novels ask a lot of questions to get at the truth.

Maurice Broaddus used his experience as a teacher and community volunteer to shape his new novel.

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In Dhonielle Clayton’s school in the sky, students come from around the world.

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In Gregory Maguire’s new fantasy, a young rabbit deals with her father’s disappearance and an unpleasant new home.

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“The Ogress and the Orphans” is a richly layered story with imperfect characters challenged to work together.

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Amina Luqman-Dawson’s novel is set in the Great Dismal Swamp, which provided cover for people escaping plantations.

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Lawmaker Shirley Chisholm, author Octavia Butler and activist Kathlyn Kirkwood paved the way for other women.

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