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Books for Children

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    Three-Ring Rascals #2: The Greatest Star On Earth

    by Kate Klise
    Illustrated by M. Sarah Klise

    The rascals from the world’s friendliest family circus are back in the second installment of the new illustrated series that Kirkus Reviews calls “smafunderful (smart + fun + wonderful).”

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    Three-Ring Rascals #3: The Circus Goes to Sea

    by Kate Klise
    Illustrated by M. Sarah Klise

    The rascals hit the high seas in the third installment of the popular fully illustrated Three-Ring Rascals series.

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    The Witch’s Boy

    by Kelly Barnhill

    “A lightning bolt erupted from the cloud and aimed directly at Ned’s heart. He couldn’t cry out. He couldn’t even move. He could just feel the magic sink into his skin and spread itself over every inch of him, bubbling and slithering and cutting deep, until he didn’t know where the magic stopped and he began.”

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Books for Teens

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    Jackaby

    by William Ritter

    Doctor Who meets Sherlock in William Ritter’s debut novel, which features a detective of the paranormal as seen through the eyes of his adventurous and intelligent assistant in a tale brimming with cheeky humor and a dose of the macabre.

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    If You Could Be Mine

    by Sara Farizan

    In Iran, it’s a crime punishable by death to be gay. Sex reassignment surgery is covered by the government health program, though, and regarded by many as a way to fix a “mistake.” Sahar, seventeen, has been in love with her best friend, a girl named Nasrin, since they were six. Sahar even lets herself dream that one day they might marry. But when Nasrin’s parents announce her arranged marriage will take place in a matter of months, Sahar must decide just what lengths she’ll go to for true love.

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    Somebody Up There Hates You

    by Hollis Seamon

    Richie is a normal seventeen-year-old—except he’s in hospice care. The end of his story is clear, but the people who love Richie want to keep him alive as long as possible. Richie wants to live as much as he can till the end. Oh, and there’s a fifteen-year-old girl named Sylvie across the hall. Somebody Up There Hates You is smart, funny, painful, and bawdy—with no holds barred.

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