Print ARCs available while they last
Print ARCs available while they last
Silent God Series Book 2 -An Adult Fantasy novel about an orphaned boy raised by a wise old man who comes to a fuller knowledge of his magic and uses it to fight the great evil threatening his world.
An unforgettable, beautifully rendered illustration of the threat of rising sea levels around the world.
Told through witty anecdotes, A Few Words About Words highlights the common, uncommon, and surprising grammar mistakes most English speakers make to provide a digestible look at the English language.
Mix together a used food truck & a road trip that doesn’t exactly go as planned and you get this sweet middle grade series full of humor. For fans of The Penderwicks & Vanderbeeks of 141st Street.
The Bill Maytubby and Hannah Bond Mysteries Book 3 – Tribal policeman Bill Maytubby and Deputy Hannah Bond team up to solve a murder and stop two more from happening in this action packed release.
A narrative of resistance and resilience spanning seven decades in the life of a tireless advocate for Indigenous language preservation.
From journalist Abe Streep, the story of coming of age on a reservation in the American West and a team uniting a community.
Inspired by the Greek myth of Iphigenia and the Grimm fairy tale “Brother and Sister,” this YA novel follows two siblings torn apart and struggling to find each other in early ’90s Portland.
A dazzling, operatic debut novel following three generations of a Muslim Indian family confronted with a United States on the brink of change.
When Daisy the warthog’s classmates tease her, she finds comfort collecting lost and forgotten things. She knows they’re special—and soon she meets a friend who knows it too.
One of the worst acts of racial violence in American history took place in 1921, when a White mob numbering in the thousands decimated the thriving Black community of Greenwood in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Powerful and definitive, Berman’s revelatory debut is the first to fully expose the shocking story of Keith Raniere and NXIVM, including how multi-level marketing scams target women as their prey.
Wolf Hall meets The Favourite in this beguiling debut novel that brilliantly brings to life the residents of a small English town in the grip of the seventeenth-century witch trials.
The story of an exploited Native cultural heritage—exquisite Nez Perce pieces missionary Henry Spalding shipped to Ohio in 1847—and the tribe’s brilliant grassroots campaign to reclaim the collection.
For any “I’d rather be gaming” kid, an adventure with many possible endings and an unlockable bonus. Join eight strangers in a video game and survive to the end to win. Easy? Not with a traitor hiding among you.
From the bestselling author of The Boys in the Boat, this is a gripping WWII saga of the Japanese-American Army unit that overcame brutal odds in Europe while their families were incarcerated back home.
Set outside of Jackson, Wyoming, and struck through with heart-pounding danger and an arresting lyricism, Godspeed is an exploration of the haves and the have-nots, and a cautionary tale of greed and violence.
Become the tour guide for your group! Spot wildlife, catch geyser eruptions, stay safe, escape the crowds. This 6th edition updated by Beth Chapple has new photos, maps, and geological information.
New York Times bestselling author Richard Chizmar brings small town evil to life in this ripped-from-the-headlines style thriller that will keep you up at night.
Practical and poetic, scientific and spiritual, Full Ecology offers a foundation for climate action, helping readers break with the impulse to see humans as separate from nature and to embrace the natural systems.
“…unexpectedly witty, with some fun recipes to try out (or not) included at the end.” San Francisco Book Review
Kale is more than a popular super food as these light-hearted stories show.
A debut collection of poetry by DFW-based poet and arts organizer Logen Cure, reckoning with the role of silence, secrets, and gossip to survive growing up queer in conservative West Texas.
Part memoir, part cultural history, A Woven World celebrates the fading crafts, industries, and artisans that have defined communities for generations.
Saga Boy is a poignant journey of overcoming, belonging, and becoming one’s own self. Kiese Laymon calls it “a brilliant collage of the twenty-first century’s most incredible memoirs.”
Debut author Flores combines traditional folklore with original storytelling to create a diverse new world with fantastic layers of danger and magic, with an important theme of hope and relevance to our world.
Dakota and Leo are best friends (and each other’s secret crush) who want nothing to do with their family’s suffocating careers, until circumstances force them to reconsider their boundaries and reasons.
This fast-paced, gripping narrative follows the historic legal battle that pitted Lee Johnson and an ambitious team of attorneys against corporate giant Monsanto.
A teenage girl runs away from home after her sister dies to become a grunge singer and meet her idol Kurt Cobain.
Wild Rescues is a paramedic story that sheds a never-seen-before light on wilderness medicine, our national parks, and the conflicts that arise between tourism and protecting the land.
In their first picture book together, the magical, bestselling team of Shannon Hale and LeUyen Pham put their horns together for the most heart-bursting, tail-twitching, fuzzy-feeling, perfectly unicorn-y story imaginable.
Urgent, propulsive, and sharp as a knife, The Other Black Girl is an electric debut about the tension that unfurls when two young Black women meet against the starkly white backdrop of New York City publishing.
Have You Ever Seen a Flower? is an enchanting picture book exploring the relationship between childhood and nature.
In this action-packed and hilarious Weirdwood adventure, two thieves and a ghost friend wage a battle against a shadowy magical organization intent on opening a Rift between the worlds of the living and the dead.
Set in 1944 Chicago, this eye-opening and poignant mystery brings to focus the struggles of one Japanese American family released from mass incarceration at Manzanar during World War II.
Award-winning comedian Shawn Hitchins takes readers into a year of unthinkable loss in this memoir that explores grief, love, sex, community, and the beautiful absurdity of being alive.
A psychological thriller meets cutting social commentary, mixed with moments of hope and survival, by the Jordan Peele of horror literature and NYT bestseller, Stephen Graham Jones.
When Estrella’s father has to go away because he wasn’t born here, she must figure out how to cope with all of her feelings. Fortunately, her teacher and classmates are there to listen, when she’s ready to talk.
This crackling, hilarious middle grade graphic novel series from Ken Lamug, stars Mischief and Mayhem—a dynamic duo that falls into supervillainy after they’re kicked out of superhero camp.
An electrifying debut story collection that takes on misogyny and homophobia, societal and climatological violence, and the specter of our technologized future—all with a punk rock literary twist.
The Curious Reader will delight bookworms everywhere! This literary compendium from Mental Floss reveals fascinating facts about the world’s most famous authors and their literary works.
This accessible guide for children details how humans have thrown the planet off-balance and ways we can work together to be part of the solution and create a healthier world.
From Kate Moore, the bestselling author of The Radium Girls, comes the fascinating true story of Elizabeth Packard, who sparked lasting change for women’s rights and exposed injustices that still resonate today.
From the author of the Booker Prize finalist Elmet comes a brilliant novel about a building, a brothel, and the swirl of characters whose lives revolve around this spot in London’s Soho. Hot Stew confronts questions about class, gender, and power, all through an entertaining, cinematic story.
Susan Sontag meets Hanif Abdurraqib in this fascinating exploration of the unexpected connections between how we consume images and the insidious nature of Fascism.
From debut author Alexis Nedd comes Don’t Hate the Player, a funny and heartfelt feminist YA debut set in the world of competitive e-Sports.
“A bullet train of a thriller with incredible tension and personal stakes… This is Jaws at 35,000 feet. An extraordinary debut and the perfect summer page-turner.” –Bestselling thriller author Don Winslow
“Terry Nichols raises big questions in a story that stirs, enchants, and amuses—sometimes all at once.” Uma Krishnaswami
A lost packrat befriends quirky critters and looks for the meaning of family.
Girl, Woman, Other meets An American Marriage in this gripping story of a mixed-race woman who goes in search of the African father she never knew.
Ruth Ozeki, Booker Finalist and author of A Tale for the Time Being, is back! A brilliantly inventive novel and major literary event.
Molly Peacock uncovers the history of neglected painter Mary Hiester Reid, a trailblazing artist who refused to choose between a marriage and a career.
The first book to publish that dives into the stories of the 2019-2020 Australian wildfires and their impact on the country’s unique and charismatic wildlife.
A piercing, unforgettable love story set in Greenwood, Oklahoma, also known as the “Black Wall Street,” and against the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921.
A young girl forced to work in a Queens sweatshop calls child services on her mother in this powerful debut memoir about labor and self-worth that traces an immigrant’s journey to an American future.
Just a few weeks after his regression back into the Kingdom he was born in, Louie’s mother dies under suspicious circumstances, and leaves Louie alone with a secret―a secret that, if revealed, could lead to him being disowned by his family, or even killed.
A funny and tender debut about a reclusive artist whose collection has gotten out of control—but whose unexpected friendship with a pair of new neighbors might be just what she needs to start over.
Renkl’s columns have offered readers of The New York Times a weekly dose of natural beauty and human decency. Now more than sixty of those pieces have been brought together in this new collection.
This standout debut about a genderqueer teen is an uplifting and empowering story about living your truth, embodying your favorite diva, and fighting for what’s right – with a romance that will make you swoon.
This story of Psychiana creator and mass-marketing genius Frank B. Robinson traces the shocking rise and fall of a flamboyant false prophet, his mail-order religion, and his Depression-era followers.
Runaway rep favorite! A glorious memoir from New Yorker writer and Pulitzer-winner Kathryn Schulz.
Fans of Dorthea Benton Frank and Nancy Thayer will love this new story about three childhood friends approaching middle age, determined to rediscover the dreams that made them special as campers.
For fans of Jill Lepore & Howard Zinn: West Point professor & Iraq/Afghanistan @SkepticalVet challenges readers to critically broaden their understanding of our nation’s past & present.
Twelve Native American kids present historical and contemporary laws, policies, struggles, and victories in Native life, each with a powerful refrain: We are still here!
Dean knows he’s a trans guy, but kids at school think he’s a lesbian. He’s not planning to come out until college, until he’s cast as a “nontraditional” Romeo and realizes he wants everyone to see him as he is now.
A heartfelt middle-grade novel about a theater-loving girl who uses a wheelchair for mobility and her quest to defy expectations—and gravity—from Tony Award winning actress Ali Stroker and Stacy Davidowitz.
This white-knuckled debut thriller follows a former Army veteran seeking solitude in the Alaskan wilderness after her husband’s death—only to find herself a pawn in a deadly game with Russia.
A bighearted debut with keen psychological insights, Technicolor characters, Texas swagger, and a stunning plot in which marriages struggle, rivalries flare, and secrets explode, all with a wink to classical mythology.
Set in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, this novel is an epic, singular look at fandom, creativity, longing, and trans identity.
Following the best-selling graphic novel, Sheets, Delicates brings Brenna Thummler’s beloved characters, artwork, and charm back to life in a powerful story about the importance of being seen.
The amazing true story of a herd of elephants, the man who saved them, and the miracle of love that brought them home.
The perfect girl, from the nicest family, vanishes. For once in Ari Appleton’s life, the mayhem is not the fault of her twisted mother or dead father — or is it?
In a state rife with caricatures, Benjamin Villegas’ “anti-biography” explores the history of a Texas border-town punk band that is too good to be true.
Attempting to escape his abusive father and generations of poverty, young Jonah Hargrove joins River— a teenage girl carrying thousands of dollars in stolen meth—on a southern gothic odyssey through East Texas.
New Mexico was far from 9/11’s horrors, but its heart was next door. In enlightened, often heart-wrenching prose, thoughtful analysis, and evocative poetry, New Mexico authors reflect on that day.
A cross-continental novel that splices the vast expanse of Texas with a daughter’s desire to reconnect with her aging father.
Gathering watercress by the side of the road brings a girl closer to her family’s Chinese heritage. This moving autobiographical story by Andrea Wang is illustrated by award winning artist Jason Chin.
A memoir that is already being compared to Angela’s Ashes. For fans of The Undocumented Americans and Educated, set in New York’s Chinatown and Brooklyn.
“An early 20th century tale from Kentucky to Mexico that draws you in to want to read more and more!” author John Cashon
J.D. Hooper has done many evil deeds, but he can’t run away from himself.
From debut author-illustrator Gracey Zhang comes a timeless and timely picture book that celebrates the unassuming power of kind words and the magic of being loved for who you are.