Editor's Picks for Young ReadersMiss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
A mysterious island. An abandoned orphanage. A strange collection of very curious photographs. It all waits to be discovered in an unforgettable novel that mixes fiction and photography in a thrilling reading experience.
Of all the things Anya expected to find at the bottom of an old well, a new friend was not one of them. Especially not a new friend who’s been dead for a century. Spooky, sardonic, and secretly sincere, it's a wonderfully entertaining graphic novel for all readers.
Should I Share My Ice Cream?
Gerald is careful. Piggie is not. Piggie cannot help smiling. Gerald can. Gerald worries so that Piggie does not have to. From beloved children's author/illustrator, Mo Willems, comes another fun story about friendship and making big decisions.
What We Loved Last Month
Don't miss our recent picks for the best books of May
.Lost in Shangri-La
A riveting story of deliverance under the most unlikely circumstances, Lost in Shangri-La deserves its place among the great survival stories of World War II.
Inspired by the true story of Harvard's first Native American graduate, Brooks brings to life 17th-century Martha's Vineyard and Boston through the impassioned voice of a minister's daughter.
In the Garden of Beasts
What could have been a well-worn portrait of Berlin during Hitler's first years becomes an intimate, thrilling narrative of the lives of America's first ambassador to Hitler's regime, and his scandalous daughter.
Alone in the Classroom
Elizabeth Hay’s latest novel yet follows the history of an that occurred in a small prairie school in 1929, the enigma of its principal, and the mysterious (and unrelated) deaths of two young girls.
China Miéville's latest novel pushes the limits of the science fiction genre--and the our own perceptions of language--in a moving personal drama and gripping adventure of alien contact and war.