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Frogged

by Vivian Vande Velde

From Edgar Award–winning author Vivian Vande Velde comes a fresh and funny twist on the fairy tale "The Princess and the Frog" in which a princess gets turned into a frog herself!


The Gone and the Going Away

by Maurice Manning

With The Gone and the Going Way, Pulitzer finalist Maurice Manning returns us to the beloved and lamented lives and landscape of the hill people of his native Kentucky.


All the Light There Was

by Nancy Kricorian

Set amid the Armenian community in newly occupied Paris, All the Light There Was is a lyrical, finely wrought story about family loyalty, secret love, the many faces of oppression—and the many faces of resistance....


Capital Punishment

by Robert Wilson

In a locked room, a kidnapped girl shivers: Meet London's dark side in this thrilling new book from an acclaimed suspense writer.


New and Selected Poems: 1962-2012

by Charles Simic

The first ever volume of new and selected poetry from one of our most celebrated and acclaimed poets, Charles Simic.


World Peace and Other 4th-Grade Achievements

by John Hunter

Award-winning teacher and high-profile public speaker John Hunter offers insights into conflict resolution and collective problem-solving gleaned from his many years teaching kids through the "world peace game,"...


Dear Life, You Suck

by Scott Blagden

In this emotionally powerful, funny debut, Cricket Cherpin needs to figure out what to do with his life before he turns eighteen. But life sucks--so why not just give up?


Lenny Cyrus, School Virus

by Joe Schreiber & Matt Smith

In this fast-paced middle grade novel with comic illustrations, boy genius Lenny Cyrus finds out that the human body is basically just like middle school, only a lot ickier.


Thrice Upon a Marigold

by Jean Ferris

The companion to Jean Ferris's madcap Once Upon a Marigold and Twice Upon a Marigold offers evil plot-twists, sweet romance, and the kidnapping of the royal princess.


Escape from the Pipe Men!

by Mary G. Thompson

Ryan and Becky live as human exhibits in an intergalactic zoo...until their dad is poisoned and they must journey across the universe to find the cure.


Claire DeWitt and the Bohemian Highway

Claire DeWitt #2

by Sara Gran

"A distinctive new American voice in mystery fiction." —NPR’s Fresh Air


Dr. Futurity

by Philip K. Dick

When a doctor is taken into a future where death is embraced by society, he is the only one who can save a time-traveling revolutionary.


Deus Irae

by Philip K. Dick

In this collaboration with Roger Zelazny, an armless and legless painter must undertake a pilgrimage through a nuclear war-ravaged America in a search for the God of Wrath, whose picture he has been commissioned...


The Shelter Cycle

by Peter Rock

Francine and Colville were childhood friends whose families belonged to an extreme religion, the Church Universal and Triumphant, whose members built elaborate underground shelters to protect themselves from...


The Vine Basket

by Josanne La Valley

Mehrigul, 14, is a Uyghur, a tribal group scorned by the Chinese communist regime. Against obstacles that include her embittered father and her obligations to their farm, she has three weeks to make the baskets...


The Afterlife of Emerson Tang

by Paula Champa

A driving, panoramic novel of four strangers whose personal struggles with grief become interconnected through their quest to reunite the body and engine of a vintage car.


Kings of the Road: How Frank Shorter, Bill Rodgers, and Alberto Salazar Made Running Go Boom

by Cameron Stracher

For fans of The Perfect Mile and Born to Run, a riveting, three-pronged narrative about the golden era of running in America—the 1970s—as seen through the fascinating lives and careers of running greats,...


Our Friends from Frolix 8

by Philip K. Dick

This satirical adventure from Philip K. Dick deals with issues of power, class, and politics, set in a world ruled by big-brained elites. But one man went to space to find help, and now he is returning with...


The American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms, Second Edition

by Christine Ammer

Fifteen years after the publication of the first edition of the American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms, author Christine Ammer has extensively updated and expanded her original text, making over 1500 revisions...


I Can't Complain: (All Too) Personal Essays

by Elinor Lipman

A winning collection of essays about home, love, cooking, politics, and the writing life from the acclaimed novelist.