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Gr 4-6 –Eleven-year-old Conor loves hockey; his rescue Doberman, Sinbad; and his dad.
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Gr 8 Up –On her majority night—the celebration of her entrance into adulthood—Amani is forcibly taken by Imperial droids and carted off her moon to the mother planet Andala, home of Vathek royalty.
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We asked K–12 and public librarians from around the country to share their strategies—from genrefying and weeding to broadcasting booktalks and playing up themed-reading weeks.
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Circulation numbers often jump after a weeding project—because students and teachers can more easily find the books that interest them.
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Gr 7 Up –In the years following World War II, anticommunist sentiment reached a high in the United States with the formation of a congressional committee tasked with finding communists who were supposedly involved in spreading subversive messages in movies.
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Gr 8 Up –This Bushwick-set, contemporary retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice tackles gentrification, Blackness, and romance with honesty, humor, and heart.
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Gr 7 Up –Combining drawings and text, Hendrix presents a contemplative look at German martyr Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
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Gr 4 to 8 –T’Challa is the prince of Wakanda. He grew up with his father, Black Panther. When things heat up at home, his father sends him to America for safety with his friend M’Baku.
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When Teagan, the 14-year-old protagonist of this fine debut novel, shops for two cats at the local animal shelter with her older brother Charlie, she asks to see the felines on “death row.”
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A South Carolina police union denounces local high school's summer reading list for featuring the acclaimed and best-selling books by Angie Thomas, Brendan Kiely, and Jason Reynolds, because of their "anti-police" message.
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