Newly arrived from Port-au-Prince, a teenage girl gets a fresh start in Detroit while her mother's left behind in an immigration detention centre.
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Brian and his daughter Sophie review Artemis, a graphic novel about a kick-ass goddess.
You Don’t Know My Name is like a Jr. High sleepover: it starts out fun, but by the end it’s just a bit too silly.
Elly Blake’s debut Frostblood is a familiar, but entertaining, fantasy about a gifted girl and her quest to right wrongs.
Sherri L. Smith's Flygirl is a World War II-era tale of a young black pilot who will do whatever it takes--including presenting herself as a white woman--to be allowed to fly.
The star-crossed lovers in Jeff Giles’ The Edge of Everything face literal hell to be together.
Don't let its cover fool you. Laurie Devore's debut How to Break a Boy is a dark, complex story about a group of popular girls whose friendship goes up in flames and burns everyone in its path.
Swan dive back into the magical world of Tortall in Wild Magic, the first book of Tamora Pierce’s second series.
Fall under the spectacular spell of Caraval, an adventure filled with romance, magical delights and one hell of a scavenger hunt.
Brian and his ten-year-old daughter Sophie review Varmints, the perfect graphic novel to read when firing your pistol into the saloon ceiling while spitting tobaccy and dealing poker.