100 Scope Notes
Teen Librarian Cindy Shutts walks us through painting with tissue paper on canvas
It might be the "creepy" factor that will interest kids in picking up this book, but it's the layers to the story and the complicated, authentic characters that will keep kids reading.
I can't think of any book that really captures what it's like to deal with that anger inside of you and the fallout from it like this one does.
Teen reviewer Riley Jensen reviews the upcoming Dead Flip by Sara Farizan. Bonus point: It involves a supernatural pinball machine!
Let's look at some exciting middle grade books coming out in the second half of 2022!
Let's look at some exciting picture books coming out in the second half of 2022!
Get out those TBR lists--It's time for book mail!
Have you used a QR code recently? Once thought a dying trend, QR codes saved us in the pandemic. What if we could use QR codes to do RA with our patrons?
A first look at the cover of THE ART OF INSANITY, an October 2022 YA about a girl newly diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
In THE NATURAL GENIUS OF ANTS, Harvard Corson has a huge task in front of him and only a short summer to accomplish it—trying to get his doctor father to forgive himself for a very big mistake that cost a baby her life. Not only that, but Harvard also needs to keep an ant colony alive!
100 Scope Notes
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