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Review of The Revolution of Birdie Randolph

The Revolution of Birdie Randolph by Brandy Colbert High School    Little, Brown    327 pp.    g 8/19    978-0-316-44856-7    $17.99 e-book ed.  978-0-316-44857-4    $9.99 African American sixteen-year-old Dove Randolph, Birdie to her family, is on the “right” track, with good grades and a clear plan for her life after high school. The...
      

Reviews of the 2020 Printz Award winners

Winner Dig. by A.S. King High School    Dutton    394 pp.    g 3/19    978-1-101-99491-7    $17.99 David has never met his father and is tired of constantly moving around with his mom. Malcolm has already lost his mother and is about to lose his beloved father to cancer. Katie deals drugs out...
      

Reviews of the 2020 Newbery Medal Winners

Winner New Kid by Jerry Craft; illus. by the author Intermediate, Middle School    Harper/HarperCollins    249 pp.    g 2/19    978-0-06-269120-0    $21.99     Paper ed.  978-0-06-269119-4    $12.99     e-book ed.  978-0-06-269121-7    $10.99  Craft’s engaging graphic novel follows Jordan Banks (an African American seventh grader from Washington Heights) through his first year at the prestigious...
      

Review of Watch Out for Clever Women! / ¡Cuidado con las mujeres astutas!

Watch Out for Clever Women! / ¡Cuidado con las mujeres astutas! by Joe Hayes; illus. by Vicki Trego Hill Intermediate, Middle School    Cinco Puntos    135 pp. 1/19    978-1-947627-00-0    $19.95 Paper ed.  978-1-947627-01-7    $12.95 American Southwest storyteller Hayes retells ten folktales, five new and five from the 1994 original edition, with...
      

Review of The Bridge Home audiobook

The Bridge Home by Padma Venkatraman; read by the author Intermediate, Middle School    Listening Library    Rev. 1/19    4 CDs    4.55 hrs.    978-1-9848-4509-2    $38.00 Venkatraman’s memorable middle-grade and middle-school novel follows homeless children trying to survive on the streets of Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, India. In this excellent audio...
      

Review of Blood Water Paint audiobook

Blood Water Paint by Joy McCullough; read by Xe Sands High School    Listening Library 3 CDs    3.87 hrs.    978-1-9848-2899-6    $15.00 In her youth, Artemisia Gentileschi, the renowned Italian Baroque painter, assisted her painter father, Orazio Gentileschi, while struggling to achieve her own artistic vision. Artemisia’s mother told her the biblical...
      

Review of Lovely War audiobook

Lovely War by Julie Berry; read by Jayne Entwistle, Allan Corduner, and various artists High School    Listening Library    Rev. 3/19 11 CDs    12.95 hrs.    978-1-9848-3826-1    $70.00 In a frame story, the goddess Aphrodite recounts a tale of true romance, expertly voiced by Entwistle, humanizing the tragedy of WWI and conveying...
      

Review of The Girl Who Named Pluto: The Story of Venetia Burney

The Girl Who Named Pluto: The Story of Venetia Burney by Alice B. McGinty; illus. by Elizabeth Haidle Primary    Schwartz & Wade/Random    40 pp. 5/19    978-1-5247-6831-7    $17.99 Library ed.  978-1-5247-6832-4    $20.99 e-book ed.  978-1-5247-6833-1    $10.99 Making smart use of the liberty that a picture-book biography can choose to take by...
      

Review of My Life as an Ice Cream Sandwich

My Life as an Ice Cream Sandwich by Ibi Zoboi; illus. by Anthony Piper Intermediate, Middle School    Dutton    252 pp.    g 8/19    978-0-3991-8735-3    $16.99 In the summer before seventh grade, in 1984, Ebony-Grace Norfleet Freeman — also known as E-Grace Starfleet, space cadet, in the comics she imagines — is...
      

Review of Ultrabot's First Playdate

Ultrabot’s First Playdate by Josh Schneider; illus. by the author Preschool, Primary    Clarion    32 pp.    g 7/19    978-1-328-49013-1    $17.99 e-book ed.  978-0-358-06358-2    $12.99 At first glance, this doesn’t look like a what-to-expect-when-hosting-a-playdate story. The first-timer here is a massive red robot that “lived with its professor in a little top-secret...

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