Mooncakes by Wendy Xu and Suzanne Walker

Mooncakes by Wendy Xu and Suzanne Walker

Something’s amiss in Nova’s town.  Her neighbors seem a little off and she’s spotted a white wolf lurking in the woods.  Turns out the wolf is her childhood friend, Tam. Tam just happens to be a werewolf and it turns they have come back to down to get to the bottom dark magical happenings.  Tam […]


Top Ten YA Books 2019

Top Ten YA Books 2019

Looking something to read over the holidays? Is your to bedside stack of to-read books growing dangerously small? Ready to get a jump start on next year’s reading goal? Try one of these most checked out YA books from 2019. Find your next favorite read. On the Come Up by Angie Thomas | YA Fiction Thoma.A […]


The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black

The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black

When Jude, the mortal Queen of Faerie, offers Grima Mog, a warrior cannibal, the position of Grand General, Mog responds, “Me? But…I tried to kill you.” Jude responds, “You’ve described pretty much every important relationship in my life.” That exchange clearly sums up the danger and intrigue that run through this exciting series. Double crosses, […]


Last Pick by Jason Walz

Last Pick by Jason Walz

Sam and Wyatt have been left behind.  An alien race has invaded and they took millions of Earthlings away to another planet, including Sam and Wyatt’s parents.  Sam, Wyatt and others were left behind because the aliens deemed them “useless”. The aliens felt they were too young, too weak, too sick, differently abled or too […]


All’s Faire in Middle School

All’s Faire in Middle School

Going to middle school is a time of transition for many kids.  For Imogene it’s going to be a huge change. She’s going from being homeschooled to attending a public middle school.  She doesn’t know anyone. On top of that she’s not sure how the other students will treat her if they know her family […]


Must Read Debut Authors

Must Read Debut Authors

Looking for your new favorite author? Want to tell all your friends you were reading them before it was cool? Check out these great books from debut authors. The Opposite of Always by Justin Reynolds When Jack and Kate meet at a party, bonding until sunrise over their mutual love of Froot Loops and their […]


The Downstairs Girl by Stacy Lee

The Downstairs Girl by Stacy Lee

This is a story of 1890’s Atlanta, with a Chinese-American heroine. The book opens with Jo being fired for being too opinionated so you know you have a pungent hero. Jo later works as a ladies maid by day and, by night, she’s an advice columnist who grows to engage all of Atlanta with her […]


Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell & Faith Erin Hicks

Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell & Faith Erin Hicks

Dejah and Josiah have been working together at the pumpkin patch for 4 years. They’re ‘seasonal best friends,’ but as their final season working at the patch comes to a close and they both head off to college next year, what looms ahead for their friendship? Will they simply part ways like they have every […]


More to the Story

More to the Story

A terrific update of Little Women by a Pakistani American, More to the Story is about Jameela Mirza or just Jam (Jo March) who lives in Atlanta and writes for her middle school newspaper and her relationships with her mom, dad, 3 sisters, and one handsome family friend. Be part of a warm loving Muslim […]


Captain Rosalie

Captain Rosalie

Captain Rosalie is the heartbreaking story of one girl’s experience of World War I. It is told from a 5 year old’s point of view and it was originally a short story, now expanded to a very short novel by brilliant illustrator Isabelle Arsenault. But don’t be fooled. Although the text is short & simple […]