By Second Star to the Right

Catalogue Baby: A Memoir of (In)Fertility

Myriam Steinberg and Christache

$24.95 $22.95

Karsen says: "Steinberg gives readers a unique balance of humor and honesty as we follow her long and difficult journey to motherhood."

Daisy

Jessixa Bagley

$18.99 $17.47

Britt says: "Daisy shows us the value in what others may perceive as worthless, and reminds us that all it takes is just one other someone to spread a little kindness in the world."

The Chickadees and the Moon Above

Sara A. Simon

$14.95 $13.75

Lisa says: "A lovely gift for mothers of any stage, but especially for those whose little ones have flown and grown. Heartwrenching in all the most beautiful ways."

Wings of Ebony

J. Elle

$19.99 $18.39

Ava says: "Fast-paced, heartfelt, and honest. The main character, Rue, is fierce, proud, and relatable in a completely magnetic way. 'The Hate U Give' and 'Black Panther' vibes this book invokes were fresh and exciting."

ACT Your Age, Eve Brown

Talia Hibbert

$15.99 $14.71

Britt says: "I think Eve is my favorite Brown sister. Her heart is golden, and I fell for her story in a heartbeat. The set-up! The sass! The one-liners! The chemistry! It's true, you could give me a good enemies-to-lovers trope any day, and I'd be hard-pressed to turn it down, but Act Your Age, Eve Brown delivers so much more (including own voices autism rep).

Starfish

Lisa Fipps

$17.99 $16.55

Dea says: "Ellie's journey to find those who help her navigate her world is poignant, and relatable. We are able to watch her let go of the "Fat Girl Rules" and become stronger and able to speak up for herself, even to her mother."

Kafka and the Doll

Larissa Theule and Rebecca Green

$17.99 $16.55

Karsen says: "The illustrations in this book are beautiful and warm, and it's such a charmingly sweet and kind story about storytelling and learning to make peace with letting things go."

Unicorns Are the Worst!

Alex Willan

$17.99 $16.55

Lisa says: "I mean, the goblin in the story is not wrong. Goblins get no love. But, this guy should get all the love. He's so cute, a bit grouchy, and so lovable for it. Those unicorns get so much darn attention! Well...maybe those pesky unicorns deserve a little love."

Sydney and Taylor Explore the Whole Wide World

Jacqueline Davies and Deborah Hocking

$14.99 $13.79

Dea says: "The sweet friendship and simple yet engaging story is perfect for those young beginning readers!"

Blazewrath Games

Amparo Ortiz

$18.99 $17.47

Brad says: "You remember Kristoff from Frozen and his song "Reindeer Are Better Than People?" This book is like that song only with dragons, and starring Lana Torres, a Puerto Rican teen, and should immediately be placed into the canon of fantasy as the hopeful, inclusive masterpiece that it is."

We Are Water Protectors

Carole Lindstrom and Michaela Goade

$17.99 $16.55

Alethea says: "This book should be in every home and classroom in the world. Every illustration is frame-worthy, and every page has words that echoes in your mind. The children's world of books is more beautiful because of this book."

Middle School's a Drag, You Better Werk!

Greg Howard

$16.99 $15.63

Lauren says: "The entrepreneurial spirit is strong in this adorable middle reader novel. It's hard to run a business while navigating middle school and pesky parental demands! This heartfelt story is sure to make you laugh, and even cry, as it follows the trials and tribulations of middle school businesskid."

They Went Left

Monica Hesse

$17.99 $16.55

Katlyn says: "They Went Left is a tale of healing, perseverance, making the most of the tangible and what is known. They Went Left showed me that even though an ending might not be "happy", or the one you expected, it can be the beginning of a new journey. One that can take you to places you never anticipated going."

The Dog That Ate the World

Sandra Dieckmann

$17.95 $16.51

Alethea says: "One of the most beautiful books with a great and powerful message about the dangers of greed. Love love love it!"

Sabrina & Corina: Stories

Kali Fajardo-Anstine

$26.00 $23.92

Lauren says: "Kali Fajardo-Anstine is a master storyteller with a talent for capturing the spirit of a place. Each story transports the reader into a new world and immerses them in a story that leaves you begging for more. Storytelling at its finest!"

Race to the Sun

Rebecca Roanhorse

$16.99 $15.63

Brad says: "This book was a roller coaster! The characters are engaging and fully developed, the background is fleshed out, the imagery is beautiful. An excellent entry in this imprint and I can't wait to get to the rest of Roanhorse's back catalogue."

When Dinosaurs Came with Everything

Elise Broach and David Small

$18.99 $17.47

Christian says: "A really fun concept for a book with writing that fully realizes the boy’s gleeful egging-on of his reluctant and somewhat-frustrated mother. Errands have never been so fun to read about. I read this at a storytime and it had everyone laughing."

Splatoon, Vol. 1, Volume 1

Sankichi Hinodeya

$9.99 $9.19

Katlyn says: "I love this series! As a huge fan of the games, I feel like this manga really embodies the game play. They're fun, silly, and a quick read. Team Blue has just as much fun playing Turf War matches as I do with my friends in real life. The fact that they influence others to have fun doing what they love too is what really sells this series for me. I can't wait for more!"

Beyond the Bright Sea

Lauren Wolk

$17.99 $16.55

Marc says: "An amazingly compelling, interesting, and deeply truthful story. This story includes fascinating relationships between the three main characters, events that feel real, and insightful observations about ourselves as shown through the actions and desires of the characters. Ultimately, this is a book about belonging: wanting to belong, wanting to be separate, and the price we pay in both cases."

Cemetery Boys

Aiden Thomas

$17.99 $16.55

Mariana says: “A ghost story, a mystery, and a swoon-worthy romance all at once, & I have fallen in love with it!”

Root Magic

Eden Royce

$16.99 $15.63

Rachel says: "This book was magical. Woven in between lessons on root magic and night hags there's an incredibly well done look at historical events of the 1960's. Perfect for MG kids who love some horror with their magic!"