An enlightening history of the rise and lasting impact of Black liberation groups in America, as seen through the Shakurs, one of the movement's most prominent and fiercely creative families.
Inspired by a historical figure, an exhilarating debut novel about the first native of the Indian subcontinent to arrive in Colonial America--for readers of Esi Edugyan and Yaa Gyasi.
Snyder shows us how to summon the courage to imagine in a cruel and dangerous world.
A misadventure with his adoptive family leads the U.S. government to deport Bucky to South Korea, he's forced to navigate an entirely foreign version of his life.
A fast-paced fantasy for fans of complicated families, lush magic, and beautiful friendships.
The plot zigs and zags along with just the right amount of twists and reveals.. . . A stellar and original debut novel." - NPR
Just because you're cursed doesn't mean you're not special.
Denied a dog, a baby, and even a faithful fiancé, Cat suddenly craves a snake: a glistening, writhing creature that can be worn like "jewelry, living jewelry" to match her black jeans.
This story that asks: Can love make a broken person whole?
Just before the United States enters the Vietnam War, eleven-year-old Bé and her three-footed kitten Mèo must rise above the injustices of war to find the comfort, safety, and love of a found family.
A young adult graphic novel that captures the complexities of the war in Ukraine, focusing on the siege of Mariupol (Feb '22 - May '22) and the brave people who stayed to defend their city against Russian forces.
A poignant and lyrical young adult novel-in-verse about a Black teen coming of age in an anxiety-inducing world.
"The beach-read master hooks us again."--People
Perfect for fans of All Out and Cemetery Boys, this anthology claims a seat at the table of fantasy literature for trans and gender nonconforming stories.
Emma Rosenblum's Bad Summer People is a whip-smart, propulsive debut about infidelity, backstabbing, and murderous intrigue, set against an exclusive summer haven on Fire Island.