Premeditated Myrtle

Premeditated Myrtle by Elizabeth C. Bunce

Premeditated Myrtle Enjoy a classic mystery set in Victorian England with 12-year-old Myrtle Hardcastle who is more interested in the truth than being proper and will do whatever it takes to find the murderer.

Ultimate Book of the Future

Ultimate Book of the Future by Stephanie Warren Drimmer

Ultimate Book of the Future Personal droids, the history and future of cell phones, planets with the possibility of life, how to make music with your brain, and a new way to fight wildfires… These are just a few of the surprises in this non-fiction book.

The Marvellers

The Marvellers by Dhonielle Clayton

The Marvellers It is hard to be the first Conjuror allowed in a school of magic, especially when everyone is suspicious of Conjurors and see them as different from Marvellers. 11-year-old Ella finally makes some friends and bands with them to find her missing teacher. 

Roll for Initiative

Roll for Initiative by Jaime Formato

Roll for Initiative 12-year-old Riley is learning to survive middle school without her older brother’s help. As she makes friends, she realizes that she can run the D&D games she used to play with her brother. When he comes home from college early, she has to prove her independence.

Lucy in the Sky

Lucy in the Sky by Kiara Brinkman; Sean Chiki

Lucy in the Sky 7th grader Lucy is struggling with some family issues and feels her friends are drifting away. She discovers some of her parent’s old Beatles albums, gets a drum set, and decides to start a girl band. Can she keep the band together?

Stuntboy, in the Meantime

Stuntboy, in the Meantime by Jason Reynolds; Raúl the Third

Stuntboy, in the Meantime A novel with short comic sections tells the story of a boy whose alter ego is Stuntboy, the greatest superhero you’ve never heard of. Told as a television series with each chapter as an episode, we see Stuntboy using his powers to protect those he loves.

Dragons in a Bag

Dragons in a Bag by Zetta Elliott

Dragons in a Bag 9-year-old Jax didn’t realize how easy it would be to break the 2 rules of caring for newborn dragons: 1. Don’t let them out of the bag. 2. Don’t feed them anything sweet. Read to find out what happens next!