Wanting to grant the selfless Christmas wishes of a child in need, lawyer Andy Carpenter and his wife track down the boy’s father, who has been arrested for a murder that his family swears he did not commit.
After accepting a friend's invitation to spend a weekend in the English countryside, reclusive Leonora awakens in a hospital badly injured, unable to recall what happened and confronting a growing certainty that someone has died.
A debut entry in a modern, game-inspired series by the author of the Killer Unicorn duology finds a motley band of students stranded at an elite prep school and navigating secrets and danger when they discover the murdered body of their headmaster.
A disgraced social-media influencer targeted for endorsing a controversial product flees to the safety of a British estate, where she uncovers dark truths about generations of women who married into her family. A first novel.
A former golf pro who never made it on the circuit, Herman "Hank" Fins-Winston spends his afterlife living on one of heaven's golf courses and playing golf, but things take a drastic turn when he is summoned to coach God himself, or herself.
A garden designer and aesthetic pruner who specializes in natural design in the San Francisco Bay area presents a story of personal growth in which she recounts her apprenticeship with the most prestigious gardening firm in Kyoto, Japan, where she was taught many valuable lessons in both gardening and life.
An expert ultrarunner and best-selling author of Eat and Run describes how he set out to break the speed record for the Appalachian Trail, a 2,189 mile journey that took an unforeseen physical and emotional toll, but also offered him unexpected rewards.
An impoverished Irish immigrant in the industrial 1860s takes a job as a lady's maid in the home of prominent businessman Andrew Carnegie, with whom she falls in love before going missing, triggering Carnegie's search for answers and the establishment of his enduring legacy. By the author of The Other Einstein.
Discovering the identity of her birth parents and her inheritance of a valuable mansion, 25-year-old Libby makes horrifying discoveries about the disappearances of her biological family. By the best-selling author of Then She Was Gone.
Gathering to confront their older brother, who has recently been released from rehab after a drunk driving accident, the Plumb siblings watch as the trust fund left by their father rises and falls according to self-inflicted problems.
Alice, Wendy, and Dorothy attend a private school where they learn to handle their magical powers, but they soon begin a series of adventures crossing universes, even bringing the Wicked Witch and Captain Hook together in an unlikely but deadly match.
The best-selling authors of Ikigai present a guide to the Japanese art of ichigo ichie that outlines everyday mindfulness approaches for recognizing and finding happiness in the extraordinary and magically coincidental elements of everyday life.
Questioning her preference for a life on the move when she arrives at the home of long-lost relatives, an abandoned girl observes mysterious family talents behind the uncanny abilities she has used to survive.
When Earth receives messages from another world, claiming that the planet is their created colony and that they are planning to destroy it within a week, three teens are forced to confront the mistakes of their past before they run out of time.
"A sweet holiday love story about the magic of synchronicity and fate set at a quaint Vermont inn during the week after Christmas. Christmas in Vermont is a delightful and charming love story about the magic of second chances during the most festive time of year."
Experience the exciting and heartwarming world of the March sisters and Little Women right in your own kitchen. Featuring full-color photos, evocative illustrations, fun and uplifting quotes from the novel, and anecdotes about Louisa May Alcott, this is a book that any Little Women fan will love to have.
The sudden death of a Hollywood actor during a production of King Lear marks the beginning of the world's dissolution, in a story told at various past and future times from the perspectives of the actor and four of his associates. By the author of The Lola Quartet.
This true story of the first woman ever ordained as a rabbi -- in Germany in 1935 -- will inspire children to pursue their dreams and to persist in the face of challenges. Written by Rabbi Sandy Sasso, the first Reconstructionist woman rabbi in the United States, the book also features an afterword with historical context about the Nazi Germany setting and about the female ordinations in the various Jewish movements.
Feeling out of place as a biracial student in an all-white school and tiring of people thinking she is adopted, Violet investigates her late African-American father's heritage by forging a tenuous bond with an unwelcoming paternal grandmother. By the Coretta Scott King Honor-winning author of The Red Rose Box.
In 2002, Shirli Berman loses her beloved grandmother and lands a part in her junior high production of "Fiddler on the Roof," but when she is doing research in her attic and finds a violin, her Zayde gets incredibly angry.
Racing toward the French coast along with his brothers-in-arms, a terrified World War II soldier from America participates in the top-secret D-Day operation, while a young French spy works to sabotage German occupiers and a paratrooper orchestrates a daring midnight raid.
Making pom-poms to help Mrs. Goldman, who knits hats for everyone in the community, little Sophia is challenged to overcome her own limited crafting abilities when she discovers that Mrs. Goldman does not have a hat of her own. By the author of Room for the Baby.
An onomatopoeic representation of a little girl’s experience at the ballet describes the swish of the young audience member’s dress and the tick-tick-tick of the conductor’s baton through the 12 bongs of the clock and the pitter-patter of the dancers’ feet.
Discovering a remarkable talking dog named Peppermint Bark wedged in their chimney on Christmas morning, Chris and Holly discover that their guest is Santa’s beloved pet and needs their help returning to the North Pole before midnight.
Two woodland friends, a squirrel and a chipmunk, encounter a snowman without recognizing it and use its top hat, carrot nose and mittens as helpful objects that they turn into a rowboat, yummy soup and funny fish puppets.
A smug royal cat turned detective and his dung beetle sidekick are on the case when a precious tomb gets ransacked in the Valley of the Kings. Includes more than 30 wacky illustrations with fun historical details along with a glossary, pronunciation guide and detailed author’s note about ancient Egypt.
A bedtime-story entry in the best-selling series that includes Little Blue Truck Leads the Way finds Little Blue Truck and his friends supporting each other while trying to go to sleep during a scary thunderstorm.
An alphabet tale by the award-winning creator of Extraordinary Jane incorporates unusual word associations into the whimsical story of a bear who wakes up in the middle of the winter and forges an unlikely friendship with a little girl.
When Mama bird decides it is time for Baby bird to leave the nest and learn how to fly south, an apprehensive Baby considers whimsical alternatives, in a wordless picture book by the best-selling creator of the Dear Mrs. LaRue series.
The Instagram personality and best-selling author of Solo is inspired by Grieg’s real-life rescue animals and follows a loveable but homeless menagerie of critter misfits who share adventures while reaffirming that in a family, everyone belongs.
Designed to help introduce children to a sensitive world issue, an accessible picture book combines bold, graphic artwork with comprehensive text explaining who refugees are, why they had to leave their homes and why they are not always welcomed elsewhere.