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A Sitting in St. James is a mesmerizing, confounding and vividly rendered portrait of the thoroughly putrid institution of slavery in antebellum Louisiana. Though author Rita Williams-Garcia’s writing is exquisite, [...]
About halfway through The Marvelous Mirza Girls, Noreen, an Indian American teenager who is spending a gap year in India with her mother, Ruby, overhears a white American girl talking [...]
The audiobook of Imbolo Mbue’s second novel is not for multitasking or to provide background noise. It’s palpable, intense and exquisite. Read More [...]
Well known for her YA science fiction and fantasy novels, author E.K. Johnston explores a new interstellar world in Aetherbound, plunging readers into a magical galaxy shaped by a history [...]
Halfway through A Special Place for Women, the book you think you’re reading turns into something else entirely. Read More [...]
A softhearted, cyan-colored creature, Yeti really stands out in a crowd—the crowd of monsters, that is, who populate the world of prolific author Kelly DiPucchio’s Not Yeti, illustrated by Claire [...]