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Mortal Engines
In this dystopian world, cities compete with each other in a kind of social Darwinism. Cities are on wheels and the larger ones are gobbling up the smaller towns. London is one of the big bullies and is on the hunt. There have been rumors that there is still some green space out there in the world, but it is up to an outcast historian and a girl with a scarred face to save this world before… Continue
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
You may already know the story of Naruto, a young shinobi (or ninja). As a teen, he went through many trials to eventually become the most powerful ninja in his village called Hagata. Now Naruto has a son, Boruto. Boruto is not very happy that his dad is Hagata because it means his dad works a lot and is not around very much. He even misses important occasions like birthdays. But when Boruto… Continue
Stephen McCranie's Space Boy. Volume 1
Amy is a high school student with the unique gift of synesthesia, a neurological condition where the brain mixes up senses. To Amy, everyone has a flavor. Her mom is the flavor of mint and her dad is like chocolate. She's never met anyone who didn’t have a flavor. Then, she moves to Earth and meets Space Boy, who is flavorless. Space Boy is filled with nothingness. Something tragic made… Continue
Dear Evan Hansen: The Novel
The Tony award-winning musical is now a novel! Anxiety-ridden Evan Hansen finds himself in an odd situation when he lies about being best friends with suicide victim, Connor Murphy. Connor’s family cling to Evan as they grieve the loss of their son, and Evan finds he is pleasantly pleased to feel a part of the Murphy family. A single lie leads down the rabbit hole to complex truths in this… Continue
Puddin'
Following the Dolly Parton-loving, pageant-subverting book, Dumplin’, this companion novel focuses on Millie Michalchuk. In Dumplin’, Millie stole hearts as the sweet pageant hopeful with the can-do attitude. In Puddin’ we learn that every summer, Millie’s mom sends her to “fat camp.” This year Millie wants to go to journalism camp instead. Fate brings Millie… Continue