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The Night Diary

By Veera Hiranandani - Published 2019


Children/Young AdultLiterary

India/Pakistan, 1947. For her twelfth birthday, Nisha receives a diary. She decides to write in it every night, summarizing her day for her ...Read Review

Relative Fortunes (A Julia Kydd Novel)

By Marlowe Benn - Published 2019



1924, Manhattan. On her 25th birthday, Julia Kydd will finally be in control of her inheritance. She travels from London to New York to ...Read Review

Listen to the Wind: The Orphans of Tolosa

By Susanne Dunlap - Published 2019


In the 13th century, Azalaïs and Azemar live as orphans in the forests of what is now southern France. When angry men ...Read Review

The Refuge

By Ann H. Gabhart - Published 2019


Inspirational Romance

1849. To avoid a cholera epidemic, Darcie and her husband take refuge in the Shaker village of Harmony Hill in rural Kentucky. But before ...Read Review

Making Bombs for Hitler

By Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch - Published 2019


Children/Young Adult

At the beginning of this story, nine-year-old Lida is separated from her younger sister and taken to a Nazi work camp. Lida lies ...Read Review

Night Train, Night Train

By Robert Burleigh - Published 2018


Children/Young Adult

A young boy takes the Dreyfus Hudson locomotive, the night train, in the 1930s or 40s. Sometime during the night the boy falls ...Read Review

Castle on the Rise (A Lost Castle Novel)

By Kristy Cambron - Published 2019



Castle on the Rise follows three women in Ireland in different time periods. In 1797, Maeve, from English Protestant land-owning nobility, discovers an injured ...Read Review

Mapping the Bones

By Jane Yolen - Published 2019


Children/Young Adult

To avoid stuttering, Chaim Abromowitz rarely speaks more than five words at a time, and those only twice a day. As young children ...Read Review


By Yona Zeldis McDonough - Published 2018


Children/Young Adult

While listening to the radio, twelve-year-old Aiden and his friend, Sally, hear the British government ask civilians to bring their boats to Dunkirk ...Read Review

My Year in the Middle

By Lila Quintero Weaver - Published 2018


Children/Young Adult

Lu Olivera was born in Argentina but has grown up in Alabama. In 1970, Lu is in the sixth grade at a newly integrated ...Read Review

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