By Wendy Meddour; illustrations by Daniel Egnéus (Dial Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC)
Pebble gives Lubna comfort and strength in the tent city refuge, as well as the courage to help another.
By Leslie Connor (Katherin Tegen Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers)
While still grieving his best friend’s death, seventh-grader Mason and his new friend Calvin are targeted by neighborhood bullies.
By Adib Khorram (Dial Books)
Darius’ life of dealing with depression and high school bullies takes an unexpected turn when he travels to Iran to meet his grandparents for the first time.
National Audiobook Month
Encourage students to become better listeners and readers by sharing Notable Children’s Recordings.
Immigrant Heritage Month
Recommended books on immigration and the immigrant experience from Social Justice Books.
Celebrate Juneteenth with titles from this Read Across America Booklist.
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