AUTHOR Megan Wagner Lloyd ILLUSTRATOR Michelle Mee Nutter
AGE: 8 - 12From the powerhouse duo behind the instant bestseller Allergic comes a fun new graphic novel about finding your own space… especially when you're in a family of nine!
Eleven-year-old Avery Lee loves living in Hickory Valley, Maryland. She loves her neighborhood, school, and the end-of-summer fair she always goes to with her two best friends. But she's tired of feeling squished by her six siblings! They're noisy and chaotic and the younger kids love her a little too much. All Avery wants is her own room -- her own space to be alone and make art. So she's furious when Theo, her grumpy older brother, gets his own room instead, and her wild baby brother, Max, moves into the room she already shares with her clinging sister Pearl! Avery hatches a plan to finally get her own room, all while trying to get Max to sleep at night, navigating changes in her friendships, and working on an art entry for the fair. And when Avery finds out that her family might move across the country, things get even more complicated.
Megan Wagner Lloyd and Michelle Mee Nutter have once again teamed up to tell a funny, heartfelt, and charming story of family, friendship, and growing up.
AUTHOR Jamar Nicholas ILLUSTRATOR Jamar Nicholas
AGE: 8 - 12Leon is an ordinary kid who becomes extraordinary when he fights a supervillain to save his school!
In the city where Leon lives, superheroes -- and supervillains -- are commonplace. So how does an ordinary kid like Leon, who has no superpowers himself, become the superhero he wants to be? When all his classmates suddenly become obsessed with a new phone app that turns them into zombies, Leon gets his chance to prove that using his brain and following his heart can save the day.
Equal parts New Kid and The Incredibles, the first graphic novel in this action-packed, heartfelt, and joyously funny series by Jamar Nicholas reminds readers that when it comes to being a hero, you just need to believe in yourself.
ADAPTED BY Ethan Young AUTHOR Rick Riordan ILLUSTRATOR Ethan Young
AGE: 8 - 12
The graphic novel adaptation of the mega-bestseller that launched a global phenomenon!
Minutes before she died Grace Cahill changed her will, leaving her decendants an impossible decision: "You have a choice - one million dollars or a clue."
Grace is the last matriarch of the Cahills, the world's most powerful family. Everyone from Marie Curie to Harry Houdini is related to the Cahills, yet the source of the family power is lost. 39 Clues hidden around the world will reveal the family's secret, but no one has been able to assemble them. Now the clues race is on, and young Amy and Dan must decide what's important: hunting clues or uncovering what REALLY happened to their parents.
AUTHOR Dom Pelletier ILLUSTRATOR Dom Pelletier
AGE: 7 - 10The Lunch Club is back (in time) in their latest adventure!
It’s history week at Pleasant Valley Elementary. Mr. Peabody has organized some very cool AND educational events. But Leo and Tia haven’t seen him since he vanished into a weird portal, along with the villainous McSticky.
When Mr. Peabody suddenly reappears, he comes bearing bad news: McSticky, has a dangerous space-time ray and he’s not afraid to use it . . . to change the course of history!
Will the Lunch Club gang be able to stop him in time?
AUTHOR Maria Scrivan ILLUSTRATOR Maria Scrivan
AGE: 8 - 12
A companion to the New York Times bestselling series that began with Nat Enough!
It's a best friend battle!
Natalie is having a rough start to the school year. Each student has been asked to join an extracurricular activity, and Nat's two best friends have no trouble finding activities that interest them. Flo tries her hand at puppetry, and Zoe makes the volleyball team... with Nat's ex-BFF, Lily! So now Zoe and Lily are always together, and Nat is over it! Nat's feeling betrayed, and she still hasn't found a club to join. But when Nat meets a new student who's having the same difficulty choosing a club, they decide to create one together. Could this be the solution to her problems?
AUTHOR Ian Boothby ILLUSTRATOR Nina Matsumoto
AGE: 7 - 10Charlie and August go on vacation, but trouble always finds them!Charlie and August, the kitty duo who control the incredible Sparks costume, are exhausted. It's hard work saving people all the time! So what better way to relax than to get away to a beautiful tropical island? But when weird things start to happen and they discover that the island holds a surprising secret, they're blasted off on their craziest adventure ever. And this time they have to save themselves!