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|Featured Pulitzer Prize Selection|
| ||American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer|
by Kai Bird
Publishers Weekly Though many recognize Oppenheimer (1904-1967) as the father of the atomic bomb, few are as familia...
|Featured Caldecott Medal Winners Selection|
by David Wiesner
Publishers Weekly In this nearly wordless picture book, Wiesner ( Hurricane ; Free Fall ) again takes readers...
|Featured ALA Notable Books for Children Selection|
| ||All the Water in the World|
by George Ella Lyon
Publishers Weekly Pattern-driven digital illustrations pair with concrete verse to express water's cyclical nature: ...
|Featured ALA Best Books for Young Adults Selection|
| ||Akata Witch|
by Okorafor, Nnedi
Publishers Weekly Okorafor (The Shadow Speaker) returns with another successful tale of African magic. Although 12-y...
|Featured Agatha Awards Selection|
| ||The 7th Knot|
by Kathleen Karr
Book list Gr. 6-9. Karr offers an offbeat turn-of-the-last-century novel that dances on the edge of the fantastical....
|Featured National Book Critics Circle Selection|
| ||Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan|
by Herbert Bix
Book list Most postwar histories have portrayed Emperor Hirohito in one of two ways: a shy, hands-off monarch who pre...
|Featured Horn Book Picture Book Awards Selection|
| ||Cold Feet|
by Cynthia DeFelice
: DeFelice and Parker (previously paired for The Dancing Skeleton) join forces again, this time to...
|Featured Hugo Awards Selection|
| ||The Yiddish Policemens Union|
by Michael Chabon
Library Journal It's post-World War II, and Alaska has become the homeland for the Jews (as Franklin D. Roosevelt ac...
|Featured Independent Booksellers List Selection|
| ||Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake|
by Anna Quindlen
Publishers Weekly Weary, battle-hardened reflections on growing older infuse this latest collection of essays by nov...
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