Leila Roy

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The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl: Squirrel Meets World, by Shannon Hale & Dean Hale

(Disney Books) A Middle Grade Novel telling an original “tail” of Marvel’s cute, quirky, and downright furry Super Heroine– Squirrel Girl!

Panel from Giant Days #21. Esther: Oh, wow. Your room's even worse than mine and Daisy's. Susan: Oh? Oh, no, it was already like this. I'm not a good person.

Panel from Giant Days Esther: Oh, wow. Your room's even worse than mine and Daisy's. Susan: Oh?

Hawkeye #1: Cover

(W) Kelly Thompson (A) Leonardo Romero (CA) Julian Totino Tedesco Remember Hawkeye? No not that Hawkeye, our favorite Hawkeye, the chick who puts the hawk in Hawkeye, the butt-kicking hero who had to

"She gets interrupted by an elephant “slowly plodding down the passageway towards them,” which results in Bess freaking out and RUNNING AWAY, because Bess."

"She gets interrupted by an elephant “slowly plodding down the passageway towards them,” which results in Bess freaking out and RUNNING AWAY, because Bess.

"I laughed all the way through this book—and, as I tend to do with books that give me Serious Delight, I read the majority of it aloud to Josh, as well as showing him most of the pictures."

Ugly Cat and his impeccably dressed mouse friend, Pablo, are an unlikely and dynamic duo who will win young readers over with their ridiculously silly antics and their search for tasty treats.

"Review spoiler: this book is a joy from the moment it leaves the gate."

A funny young adult novel about a Korean-American girl who uses K-Drama techniques to snag the boyfriend of her dreams.Desi Lee knows how carburetors.

"Like all of Susan Juby’s books, the voices are beautifully clear and distinct, the characterization is rich and detailed and three-dimensional, and it’s sad and funny and thoughtful and smart and deals with a whole lot of tough stuff in a complex, nuanced, respectful way… while still feeling like a story to read outside on a sunny day."

The Fashion Committee - Charlie and John are both gunning for the same scholarship to a private arts high school. For this coveted spot, they must compete in a fashion competition--and only one can win.

just the shirt, everything else in the picture is terrifying

Wedges and capris are a match made in sartorial shoe heaven and are oh-so-perfect for warmer weather. Read our Stylist's take on this warm weather pairing!