My First Day of Kindergarten Why We Need Teachers A Thousand Boy Kisses Bring Me Your Midnight How to Catch a Class Pet Little Yellow Bus Let Him in
I Am a Killer: What Makes a Murderer: Their Shocking Stories in Their Own Words In My Dreams I Hold a Knife How to Catch a Class Pet I Am a Killer: What Makes a Murderer: Their Shocking Stories in Their Own Words How to Catch Graphic Novels: How to Catch an Elf Behold the Monster: Confronting America's Most Prolific Serial Killer Let Him in
Why We Need Teachers How Do I Un-Remember This?: Unfortunately True Stories Behold the Monster: Confronting America's Most Prolific Serial Killer How Do I Un-Remember This?: Unfortunately True Stories Little Yellow Bus A Thousand Boy Kisses My First Day of Kindergarten
Midnight Is the Darkest Hour How to Catch Graphic Novels: How to Catch an Elf Night of the Witch Night of the Witch Midnight Is the Darkest Hour Bring Me Your Midnight In My Dreams I Hold a Knife

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Top Books for Every Reader from Sourcebooks

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I Am a Killer: What Makes a Murderer: Their Shocking Stories in Their Own Words

I Am a Killer: What Makes a Murderer: Their Shocking Stories in Their Own Words

Danny Tipping and Ned Parker

$18.99 $17.66

What makes a murderer? Hear the shocking truth from the killers themselves.

Night of the Witch

Night of the Witch

Beth Revis and Sara Raasch

$18.99 $17.66

“An irresistibly compelling page-turner." ― Claire Legrand, NYT bestselling author

Let Him in

Let Him in

William Friend

$26.99 $25.10

Grief isn’t the only dark thing that’s made its home at Hart House – and it refuses to leave.

How to Catch Graphic Novels: How to Catch an Elf

How to Catch Graphic Novels: How to Catch an Elf

Alice Walstead and Paul Gill

$12.99 $12.08

An exciting new graphic novel series from the creators of the bestselling How to Catch books!

Bring Me Your Midnight

Bring Me Your Midnight

Rachel Griffin

$18.99 $17.66

From the bestselling author of The Nature of Witches comes a spellbinding tale of forbidden love with incandescent magic.

A Thousand Boy Kisses

A Thousand Boy Kisses

Tillie Cole

$12.99 $12.08

One boy. One girl. A bond that neither time nor distance could break - or so they believed.

In My Dreams I Hold a Knife

In My Dreams I Hold a Knife

Ashley Winstead

$16.99 $15.80

Six college friends. Ten years later. One unsolved murder.

My First Day of Kindergarten

My First Day of Kindergarten

Louise Martin and Joanne Partis

$10.99 $10.22

Filled with love and affirmations, this encouraging story reminds kids that they are brave, kind, and ready!

Why We Need Teachers

Why We Need Teachers

Gregory E. Lang and Lisa Alderson

$10.99 $10.22

This charming picture book is the perfect “thank you” for teachers who open our minds and touch our hearts every day.

How to Catch a Class Pet

How to Catch a Class Pet

Alice Walstead and Andy Elkerton

$10.99 $10.22

The class pets have escaped from their cages and are running loose through the school! Join a zany, STEAM-filled adventure to catch them.

Little Yellow Bus

Little Yellow Bus

Erin Guendelsberger and Suzie Mason

$17.99 $16.73

Ride along in this heartwarming picture book about bravery and overcoming jitters! Encourage a growth mindset as kids face their fears and work through worries.

Behold the Monster: Confronting America's Most Prolific Serial Killer

Behold the Monster: Confronting America's Most Prolific Serial Killer

Jillian Lauren

$27.99 $26.03

Through dozens of letters and hours of interviews, Jillian Lauren gained the trust of a serial killer. This riveting investigation reveals the victims once lost as cold cases.

Midnight Is the Darkest Hour

Midnight Is the Darkest Hour

Ashley Winstead

$27.99 $26.03

“Dark, eerie, and completely enchanting.”-Mary Kubica, New York Times bestselling author

How Do I Un-Remember This?: Unfortunately True Stories

How Do I Un-Remember This?: Unfortunately True Stories

Danny Pellegrino

$16.99 $15.80

"Witty account of navigating life and finding the joy in marching to the beat of one’s own drum." ― Publishers Weekly