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Hey readers! I’m back with another week of new children’s books!
Anita and the Dragons by Hannah Carmona, illustrated by Anna Cunha
In this beautiful picture book, Anita watches dragons fly above but has never feared them. Until the day arises when Anita and her family will have to be transported via dragon to a new land far away from the home she knows and loves.
I Sang You Down From the Stars by Tasha Spillett-Sumner, illustrated by Michaela Goade
This beautiful baby book tells the story of an expectant mother and the sacred bundle she begins to fashion to prepare for her baby’s birth.
Your Mama by Nonieqa Ramos, illustrated by Jacqueline Alcántara
This fun and playful picture book takes an amusing and loving spin on Yo Mama jokes as a mother and daughter pair embark upon adventures together.
Merci Suárez Can’t Dance by Meg Medina
In this uplifting and hopeful followup to the first Merci Suárez book, Merci’s in seventh grade and contending with the challenges of her family and the approaching Valentine’s Day dance.
Fearless by Mandy Gonzalez
Aspiring theater actress Monica Garcia finally gets her chance on a Broadway stage. But despite her excitement to move to NYC with her abuela, Monica’s hopes are dashed when she realizes she won’t be in a starring role, and that the theater putting on the play is failing. And also that it’s haunted, and it’s up to Mandy and her new friends to solve the mystery and save the theater.
Thornwood by Leah Cypess
This inventive retelling of Sleeping Beauty is about two sisters. Briony, and her doomed older sister Rosalin, set with a horrible curse meant to befall her on her sixteenth birthday. But when Rosalin’s birthday arrives, Briony awakens to learn that she’s the only one who can save her sister and the kingdom.
Until next week! – Chelsea