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|Featured ALA Best Books for Young Adults Selection|
| ||Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children|
by Riggs, Ransom
Publishers Weekly Riggs's atmospheric first novel concerns 16-year-old Jacob, a tightly wound but otherw...
|Featured Independent Booksellers List Selection|
| ||Gone Girl|
by Gillian Flynn
Library Journal With her third novel (after the acclaimed Sharp Objects and Dark Places), Flynn cements her place am...
|Featured Pulitzer Prize Selection|
| ||Slavery by another name : the re-enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II|
by Douglas A. Blackmon.
Publishers Weekly Wall Street Journal bureau chief Blackmon gives a groundbreaking and disturbing account of a sordi...
|Featured ALA Notable Books for Children Selection|
| ||The Mangrove Tree: Planting Trees to Feed Families|
by Susan L. Roth and Cindy Trumbore
Publishers Weekly This moving depiction of ecological innovation centers on a project spearheaded by Dr. Gordon Sato...
|Featured Newbery Medal Winners Selection|
| ||Crispin: The Cross of Lead|
Publishers Weekly Set in 14th-century England, Avi's (The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle) 50th book begins with...
|Featured Caldecott Medal Winners Selection|
| ||Owl Moon|
by John Schoenherr
Book list Ages 2-7. An exquisite mood piece, Owl Moon is a poetic story of a winter-wrapped little girl and her fathe...