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Maker Comics: Bake Like A Pro! / Falynn Koch

This cook book is not only incredibly informative but also bursting with fun in graphic novel format.  Reader will learn various cooking and baking principles with quirky characters and detailed illustrations.  Try all eight great recipes!  Readers will learn how different combination of proteins, fats, and liquids will result in textures that lend themselves to perfect pies, breads, cookies, and more! …

 
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The Creativity Project: An Awesometastic Story Collection / edited by Colby Sharp

Enjoy bestselling authors and illustrators challenging other bestselling authors and illustrators to come up with stories, art, poetry, and more – with just a little bit of prompting.  Follow the story starters provided by each contributor to create inspiring and original stories and artworks of your own.  Contributors include Lemony Snickey, Dav Pilkey, Sophie Blackall, Peter Brown, Kate DiCamillo, Victoria Jamieson,…

 
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City of Ghosts / Victoria Schwab

Ever since a brush with death, Cass can pass through the Veil that separates life and death to communicate with ghosts – including her best friend. When her parents – celebrity ghost hunters – haul her to Edinburgh, Scotland to film a TV show about haunted places, Cass encounters more ghost activity than she’s ever been exposed to at home….

 

Missing Mike / Shari Green

When her family escapes a wildfire in their Canadian town, Cara’s beloved dog Mike goes missing.  A very timely fiction book for anyone who has ever missed a lost pet, questioned what home truly means, or who wants to know what families might experience when a frightening disaster strikes.  Ages 8 and up….

 

Sweep: The Story of a Girl and Her Monster / Jonathan Auxier

Nan Sparrow is an orphan in nineteenth century London. She knows chimneys, she knows climbing, and she thinks she knows the nature of soot and grime. What she doesn’t know is why the chimney sweep who raised her left her on her own, or why the lump of char the sweep gave to her has stayed warm all this time (or,…