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How to Spot a Sasquatch by J. Torres, illustrated by Aurélie Grand
Junior Ranger Jay and Sass the Sasquatch become fast friends, proving that nothing is impossible when it comes to friendship. Told in ten short chapters, this is an accessible book with an action-packed story line perfect for building early literacy skills, with sequential illustrations that provide contextual clues to the text.
Blancanieves y los 77 Enanitos by Davide Cali
Esta reinterpretación del cuento clásico de Blancanieves supone un canto a la libertad. Una historia divertida y llena de humor que pone en entredicho los estereotipos aceptados que muy a menudo impiden la educación en la igualdad de derechos y oportunidades de niños y niñas.
The Pisces by Melissa Broder
Bottoming out after a dramatic breakup, doctoral student Lucy accepts her sister’s invitation to dog-sit at her home on Venice Beach for the summer, where she meets an eerily attractive swimmer whose Sirenic identity transforms her understanding of what real love looks like.
The Ensemble by Aja Gabel
The addictive novel about four young friends navigating the cutthroat world of classical music and their complex relationships with each other, as ambition, passion, and love intertwine over the course of their lives.
Sex Money Murder: A Story of Crack, Blood, and Betrayal by Jonathan Green
Chronicling the rise and fall of Sex Money Murder, one of the most notorious gangs of its era, reporter Jonathan Green creates a visceral and devastating portrait of a New York City borough, and the dedicated detectives and prosecutors struggling to stop the tide of violence.
Choose Wonder over Worry : Move Beyond Fear and Doubt to Unlock Your Full Potential by Amber Rae
Through a thoughtful blend of vulnerability, soulfulness, and science, Amber Rae guides you in expressing the fullness of who you are and the gifts you’re here to give.