Lost Children of the Far Islands by
Emily Raabe (Apr. 8, hardcover, $16.99,
ISBN 978-0375870910). In this fantasy,
three siblings with hidden powers battle
an ancient evil to save their mother. Ages
Another Day as Emily by Eileen
Spinelli, illus. by Joanne Lew-Vriethoff
(May 13, hardcover, $12.99, ISBN 978-
0449809877). This novel in verse explores
a modern girl’s connection to Emily
Dickinson. Ages 8–12.
Road Rash by Mark Huntley Parsons
(Feb. 11, hardcover, $16.99, ISBN 978-
0385753425). Zach, a drummer, finds out
what life is really like on tour with a rock
band. Ages 12–up.
The Tyrant’s Daughter by J. C. Carleson
(Feb. 11, hardcover, $17.99, ISBN 978-
0449809976). When her father is killed
in a coup, Laila flees the war-torn Middle
East. While Laila sees opportunity in the
U.S., her mother is conspiring to regain
the throne their family lost. Ages 12–up.
The Winter Horses by Philip Kerr
(Mar. 25, hardcover, $16.99, ISBN 978-
0385755436). In 1941 Ukraine, Kalinka,
having lost her home and family, finds
kinship with the endangered horses on an
animal preserve now under Nazi control.
A Volcano Beneath the Snow: John
Brown’s War Against Slavery by Albert
Marrin (Apr. 8, hardcover, $19.99, ISBN
978-0307981523) presents a biography of
John Brown, the controversial Civil War
figure. Ages 12–up.
The Vigilante Poets of Selwyn
Academy by Kate Hattemer (Apr.
8, hardcover, $16.99, ISBN 978-
0385753784). Ethan, his two best friends,
and a heroic gerbil named Baconnaise fight
to save their school, the esteemed Selwyn
Arts Academy, from a corrupt reality TV
show. Ages 12–up.
The Secrets of Tree Taylor by Dandi
Daley Mackall (May 13, hardcover, $16.99,
ISBN 978-0375868979). Thirteen-year-old aspiring writer Tree gets swept up in
secrets when a gunshot is fired across the
street from her home in the summer of
1963. Ages 12–up.
Uncaged (The Singular Menace,
1) by John Sandford and Michele Cook
(July 22, hardcover, $18.99, ISBN 978-
0385753067). In this first volume of
a thriller series, an activist raid on a lab
doing medical research on animals leads to
a fight for survival. Ages 12–up.
The Mirk and Midnight Hour by Jane
Nickerson (Mar. 11, hardcover, $16.99,
ISBN 978-0385752862). When Violet
befriends a wounded Union soldier in the
woods near her Mississippi home, she also
discovers a chilling danger from which she
must protect the soldier, her home, and her
family. Ages 14–up.
Lenny & the Mikes return in Say It
Ain’t So by Josh Berk (Mar. 11, hardcover,
$16.99, ISBN 978-0375870095), ages
Family Ties by Gary Paulsen (July
22, hardcover, $12.99, ISBN 978-
0385373807). Kevin takes charge of the
planning when his offbeat relatives decide
to have a double wedding in the backyard.
The Summer I Saved the World…
in 65 Days by Michele Weber Hurwitz
(Apr. 8, hardcover, $16.99, ISBN 978-
0385371063). Thirteen-year-old Nina
Ross plans to do one anonymous kind
thing for someone at home or in the
neighborhood every day, all summer, to
see if small, ordinary acts can change her
family and community. Ages 10–up.
Never Ending by Martyn Bedford
(Mar. 11, hardcover, $16.99, ISBN 978-
0385739917). Consumed by grief and
guilt over the death of her younger brother
while the family was on vacation, Shiv
becomes an inpatient at a clinic, where she
begins to unravel what happened. Ages
Between Two Worlds by Katherine
Kirkpatrick (Apr. 8, hardcover, $16.99,
ISBN 978-0385740470). In Etta,
Greenland, in 1900, 16-year-old Billy Bah
Follow Sidney and friends as they help the
physicists at WAVElab study the world’s first
fusion reactor and get more questions than
answers! Why are scientists disappearing from
the underwater habitat?
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