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SPIRIT HUNTERS

Ellen Oh

SPIRIT HUNTERS: SOMETHING WICKED

July 2022, HarperCollins, 240 pp

Harper is dealing with a lot of new changes in her house. Her cousin Leo is now living with them, her sister Kelly has started a new job at a local makeup store, and Harper’s abilities have grown incr...

Gonzalo Alvarez

PIYOMAN: WARRIOR OF THE SUN

Fall 2023, HarperCollins, TBD pp

Stumbling into an Aztec underworld fueled by sacrifice, a timid boy named Emmanuel struggles to fulfill someone else's destiny, discover dormant gods, and vanquish six terrifying Latin American Legen...

Kacen Callender

MOONFLOWER

July 2022, Scholastic, 272 pp

The award-winning author of Hurricane Child and King and the Dragonflies brings another unflinching story of identity and hope to young readers. Every night, twelve-year-old Moon leaves for the spiri...

Kacen Callender

LARK AND KASIM START A REVOLUTION

Fall 2022, Abrams, 336 pp

Seventeen-year-old nonbinary, neurodivergent Lark Winters wants to be published, but they’ve only been receiving rejection after rejection from literary agents. They believe that their only way to suc...

Kat Fajardo

MISS QUINCES

May 2022, Graphix/Scholastic, 272 pp

A coming-of-age middle grade graphic novel about a girl forced to celebrate her quinceañera despite hating all things pretty and pink. Suyapa “Sue” Gutierrez was planning a fun summer at camp with he...

Kayla Harren

A PLANET LIKE OURS

July 2022, Sleeping Bear Press, 32 pp

Our planet Earth is as individual and special as each one of us. It's ability to sustain and nurture life is unique in our solar system--and beyond. In this book, celebrate all the wonderful, miraculo...

Lin Thompson

The Best Liars in Riverview

March 2022, Little, Brown/Hachette, 336 pp

In the woods of a small Kentucky town, Aubrey sets off on a journey about growing up, self-discovery, and acceptance while searching for their missing best friend—perfect for fans of KING AND THE DRAG...

Nina Crews

I'm Not Small

March 2022, Greenwillow/HarperCollins, 32 pp

What makes you big? What makes you small? From acclaimed author-illustrator Nina Crews comes a picture book that introduces young children to the concepts of size and comparisons. A great choice for e...

Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich

OPERATION SISTERHOOD

January 2022, Crown/Random House, 272 pp

ans of the Netflix reboot of The Babysitters Club will delight in this blended-family story about four sisters who band together in the heart of New York City. A jubilant novel about the difficulties ...

Randi Pink

WE ARE THE SCRIBES

October 2022, Feiwel and Friends/Macmillan, 320 pp

Ruth Fitz is surrounded by activism. Her mother is a senator fighting for legislative social change, her father, a professor of African American history, is a walking encyclopedia, and her sister is a...

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