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The Great Divide

A breathtaking historical novel following the incredible construction of the Panama Canal and casting light on the unsung people who lived and laboured in its shadow – by acclaimed author Cristina Henríquez. It is said that the Canal will be the greatest feat of engineering in history. But first, it must be built. Ada Bunting […]

The Book of Witches

An array of original stories from around the world bring a new and exciting twist to one of the most beloved figures in fiction: witches. Witches! Whether you know them from Shakespeare or from WICKED, there is no staple more beloved in folklore, fairy tale, or fantasy than these magical beings. Witches are everywhere, and […]

The House of Hidden Meanings

From international drag superstar and pop culture icon RuPaul, comes his most revealing and personal work to date-a brutally honest, surprisingly poignant, and deeply intimate memoir of growing up Black, poor, and queer in a broken home to discovering the power of performance, found family, and self-acceptance. A profound introspection of his life, relationships, and […]

The Riddles of the Sphinx

Combining the soul-baring confessional of Brain on Fire and the addictive storytelling of The Queen’s Gambit, a renowned puzzle creator’s compulsively readable memoir and history of the crossword puzzle as an unexpected site of women’s work and feminist protest. The indisputable “queen of crosswords,” Anna Shechtman published her first New York Times puzzle at age […]

Outspoken

The inspiring memoir of the warrior for women who’s defied the Taliban at every turn – doctor, public official, founder of schools and hospitals, and Nobel Peace Prize nominee ‘I have three strikes against me. I’m a woman, I speak out for women, and I’m Hazara, the most persecuted ethnic group in Afghanistan.’ Dr Sima […]

Red, White, and Whole

Newbery Honor Book! A heartbreakingly hopeful novel in verse about an Indian-American girl whose life is turned upside down when her mother is diagnosed with leukemia. Reha feels torn between two worlds: school, where she’s the only Indian-American student, and home, with her family’s traditions and holidays. But Reha’s parents don’t understand why she’s conflicted […]

Chubby Bunny

The debut picture book from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Dumplin’. Told with Julie Murphy’s trademark humor and heart, this is a clever, funny body-positive story about loving yourself. Barbara “Bunny” Binks comes from a long line of Barbaras, that started with her mother and grandmother. She loves putting her hair up […]

I Rise

Fourteen-year-old Ayo has to decide whether to take on her mother’s activist role when her mom is shot by police. As she tries to find answers, Ayo looks to the wisdom of her ancestors and her Harlem community for guidance. Ayo’s mother founded the biggest civil rights movement to hit New York City in decades. […]

The Hidden Fires

How can you live in the present when you’re trying to bury the past? Ramadan, 2017. Yusuf wakes up in the middle of the night to pray. His routine is always the same, but something tells him that tonight is different. Yellow flames blur Yusuf’s vision, and the laughter of a small child echoes in […]