November 24, 2017

The Advocate's Toolbox

Nonfiction Xpress Reviews | February 2017

A truly vast array of informational materials, from a glimpse at the inspiring female athletes of the 2016 Olympic Games to a Chickasaw astronaut’s story to Donna Jo Napoli’s Tales from the Arabian Nights.

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A Flurry of Fresh Children’s and YA Titles Presented at the AAP Book Buzz

Librarian Robbin Friedman attends and reports back on the recent AAP Book Buzz, highlighting new and upcoming titles for children and teens.

Dark Descents | Chilling Tales for Teens

As the temperatures dip lower and pumpkins appear on front stoops, teens may want to turn to books that go bump in the night.

LGBTQ Fiction, Reimagined Fairy Tales, & Horror | What’s Hot in YA

From an anthology of writings by LGBTQ teens to R.L Stine’s newest entry in the “Fear Street” saga, the latest books for teens are sure to pique readers’ interest and keep them coming back for more.

The Newest from Stiefvater, Lyga, and Napoli | Fiction Grades 9 & Up

Teen readers have plenty to sink their teeth into, from Maggie Stiefvater’s Blue Lily, Lily Blue, the much-anticipated latest in “The Raven Cycle”; Barry Lyga’s Blood of My Blood, the blood-soaked finale in the “I Hunt Killers” trilogy; and Donna Jo Napoli’s historical fiction Hidden.

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