by Laurie Boyle Crompton
Set in the World War II era, a Junior Library Guild Gold Standard selection explores war, love, social justice, diversity, and separation
#OwnVoices novel The story of a Deaf teen, Maya, who must learn to navigate a new life and new love all while learning to stay true to herself.
A modern twist on Hansel and Gretel fairy tale
Explores teen family issues
From New York Times best selling authors Kwame Alexander and Mary Rand Hess comes a story of friendship, love, basketball and jazz set in a changing world that’s not always so beautiful, which will spark meaningful and important discussion
Gold is wealth. Wealth is power. Power is a curse.
As we continue to celebrate the release of Freaky In Fresno, we are featuring part two of our “Author Spotlight” with Laurie Boyle Crompton! Get your copy of Freaky In Fresno HERE. How are you reflected in Freaky In Fresno (or, how much of you is reflected in the book)? A large part of Freaky in Fresno takes place Read More >