|"Baby Monkey, Private Eye" by Brian Selznick|
A baby monkey has adventures as a detective and solves a series of mysteries.
"A Big Mooncake for Little Star" by Grace Lin
The cake that Little Star made is so delicious, but can she resist eating it?
|"The Cat Who Lived with Anne Frank" by David Lee Miller|
Mouschi the cat relates the experiences of Anne Frank and people like her.
|"Dreamers" by Yuyi Morales|
The author and her son discover how they fit into their new country with help from their local library.
|"A Moon for Moe and Mo" by Jane Breskin Zalben|
Moses and Mohammed share a picnic and learn about each other's holidays.
|"A Parade of Elephants" by Kevin Henkes|
Five elephants march from dusk to dawn, up and down, through and around.
|"Tiger vs. Nightmare" by Emily Tetri|
Tiger and her monster gather their courage to fend off a fearsome nightmare.
|"All Three Stooges" by Erica S. Perl|
While preparing for their b'nai mitzvah, Noah and Dash find their friendships tested by personal tragedy.
"Be Prepared" by Vera Brosgol
A misfit girl and her brother attend summer camp, where they struggle with everything from plumbing to snobby tentmates.
|"Cardboard Kingdom" by Chad Sell|
Neighborhood kids create an imaginative world out of cardboard where they have adventures with robots and monsters.
|"In the Land of Happy Tears" by David Stromberg|
A collection of tales full of timeless wisdom translated from their original Yiddish by famed Jewish authors
|"Soccer School" by Alex Bellos and Ben Lyttleton|
The rules and history of soccer are used to explore a number of topics, from fashion design to geography to math.
|"Sweep" by Jonathan Auxier|
Nan is an orphan who works in a dangerous world. She discovers a friendly monster, and together, they try to start a new life.
|"Waste of Space" by Stuart Gibbs|
Everyone is a suspect after a billionaire is poisoned, and Dash must figure out who did it. Concludes the "Moon Base Alpha" series.
|"Americanized" by Sara Saedi|
Memoir of a girl that discovers that she is in the United States illegally after her family fled Iran when she was little.
"Harbor Me" by Jacqueline Woodson
A group of middle school students, led by an inspiring teacher, comes together to share stories and appreciate their differences.
|"Length of a String" by Elissa Brent Weissman|
While Imani searches for her birth parents, she discovers the history of adoption in her family in her great-grandmother's diary.
|"New Kid" by Jerry Craft|
Jordan transfers to a prestigious private school and finds himself torn between two different worlds and not fitting into either.
|"Mirage" by Somaiya Daud|
Dreamer Amani is kidnapped by the evil Vathek empire and forced to be a body double for Princess Maram.
|"On the Come Up" by Angie Thomas|
When Bri, an aspiring rapper, pours her anger and frustration into a new song, she finds herself in the middle of a controversy.
|Pride" by Ibi Zoboi|
A modern take on "Pride and Prejudice," Zuri wants nothing to do with arrogant Darius, but their mutual dislike shifts to understanding.