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[BHE 343] More Books From The Library

...because library books are the best.


Myra here.

Every sunday, we share the books that found their way into our hands. For the past weeks, I have been sharing library finds, and this week is no different, as I share titles that may potentially fit our current reading theme until end of the year.

Library Haul

Our Stories, Our Voices: 21 YA Authors Get Real About Injustice, Empowerment, and Growing Up Female in America edited by Amy Reed, Ten Cents A Pound by Nhung N. Tran-Davies and Illustrated by Josee Bisaillon.

One Of A Kind by Chris Gorman, What Do You Do With A Voice Like That? by Chris Barton and Ekua Holmes.

I Am Enough by Grace Byers and Pictures by Keturah A. Bobo, Alma And How She Got Her Name by Juana Martinez-Neal.

Sometimes You Fly by Katherine Applegate and Illustrated by Jennifer Black Reinhardt, Polka Dot Parade: A Book About Bill Cunningham by Deborah Blumenthal and Pictures by Masha D’yans.

Dangerous Jane by Suzanne Slade and Illustrated by Alice Ratterree, How To Build A Hug: Temple Grandin And Her Amazing Squeeze Machine by Amy Guglielmo and Jacqueline Tourville and Illustrated by Giselle Potter.

Dreamers by Yuyi Morales, The Dreamer by Il Sung Na.

Yasmin The Fashionista by Saadia Faruqi and Illustrated by Hatem Aly, Red by Jed Alexander.

Have you read any of these titles yet? What books have found their way into your hands recently?

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