This month’s our list of hand-selected series from the nationwide best selling Children’s Series list, as noted by The New York Times, features James Dashner’s Maze Runner series and Ransom Riggs’ Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series.
Which five words best describe Mouse Scouts: Make a Difference?
Friendship, Teamwork, Helpfulness, Perseverance, Altruism.
The Tiara on the Terrace, by Kristen Kittschier, is a clever novel, perfect for fans of Pseudonymous Bosch and Gordon Korman and a companion to The Wig in the Window.
Which five words best describe Tales for Your Monkey’s Mind?
Whimsical, Inspirational, Imaginative, Entertaining, and Philosophical.
Fans of Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book will embrace this darkly funny debut novel from Laurel Gale about Crow, a dead boy, who has a chance at friendship—and a chance at getting his life back.
A refreshingly original contemporary YA, unlike anything readers have seen before.
“It’s extra special because the chosen child is not just on the good list, they have been chosen as one of the very best on the good list—a higher standard for which to strive.”
Which five words best describe Dream On, Amber?
Oh boy. That’s tricky. How about warm, witty, heartbreaking, upbeat and booyakasha.
Bestselling author Lauren Oliver and notorious relics collector H.C. Chester interview each other about Curiosity House: The Shrunken Head (HarperCollins, 2015).