Roosevelt doesn’t mean to be a “bad” kid. Perfect for second- to third-grade-level readers, Roosevelt Banks is funny, relatable, and engaging.
Written with a dark sense of humor and a flair for recapturing the mindset of adolescence, this memoir shows how non-conformity can become a recipe for survival.
Whitney Taylor’s characters that makes Definitions of Indefinable Things so enjoyable to read – that, and the rich, complex, and intelligent dialogue.
Renée Watson’s new novel, Piecing me Together, is both challenging and accessible.