G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers

Cinder & Glass

By Melissa de la Cruz - Published 2022

Genres:

Children/Young Adult

Cinder & Glass is best described as a Cinderella tale without the fantasy elements. In 1682 during the reign of the Sun King, King ...Read Review

Miraculous

By Caroline Starr Rose - Published 2022

Genres:

Children/Young Adult

As a dry summer turns into an even drier fall in Oakdale, Ohio, the town becomes desperate for rain. Conditions are ripe for ...Read Review

The Corpse Queen

By Heather M. Herrman - Published 2021

Genres:

Children/Young AdultMystery/Crime

1850s Philadelphia. After her friend’s body is found in the river, fellow orphan Molly believes the man her friend was seeing, a ...Read Review

Luck of the Titanic

By Stacey Lee - Published 2021

Genres:

Children/Young Adult

Only Stacey Lee could tie together the Chinese Exclusion Act with the Titanic disaster, which she does with aplomb in her most recent ...Read Review

The Kingdom of Back

By Marie Lu - Published 2020

Genres:

Children/Young Adult

Maria Anna, Nannerl to her family, lives a constricted life with her little brother Woferl, both practicing the harpsichord and violin many hours ...Read Review

Jo & Laurie

By Melissa de la Cruz - Published 2020

Genres:

Children/Young Adult

I am a forty-year-old English teacher, and I somehow missed the novel and the dozens of film and television adaptations of Louisa May ...Read Review

The Blossom and the Firefly

By Sherri L. Smith - Published 2020

Genres:

Children/Young Adult

Japan, 1945. After being buried alive in the wake of enemy bombings, Hana has become a ghost of herself. At 15, her class serves as ...Read Review

The Beautiful

By Renée Ahdieh - Published 2019

Genres:

Children/Young AdultHistorical Fantasy

Marceline Béatrice Rousseau is brighter than Sookie Stackhouse and far more emotionally complex than Bella Swan. She is also French. At age ...Read Review

The Downstairs Girl

By Stacey Lee - Published 2019

Genres:

Children/Young Adult

Once again, Stacey Lee shines light on an overlooked segment of America’s past and reveals truths about its present. In Atlanta in 1890, ...Read Review