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BOOK

The Stars Did Wander Darkling

age 9+

Small-town teens battle monsters in smart horror thriller.

By: Colin Meloy (2022)
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Rise of Kingdoms

age 9+

Ample activities, ranging from bustling building to battles.

Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Mac, Android (2022)
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Merci Suárez Plays It Cool
BOOK

Merci Suárez Plays It Cool

age 9+

Fitting in, family play large in touching final Merci book.

By: Meg Medina (2022)
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BOOK

Alliana, Girl of Dragons

age 9+

Exciting Cinderella tale of tween in Japanese fantasy world.

By: Julie Abe (2022)
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BOOK

Moonflower

age 9+

Lonely child finds spirit-world friends in sweet tale.

By: Kacen Callender (2022)
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Skandar and the Unicorn Thief
BOOK

Skandar and the Unicorn Thief

age 9+

Fierce flying unicorns help kids form fiercer friendships.

By: A. F. Steadman (2022)
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MOVIE

Letters to God

age 9+

Heavy-handed tearjerker about faith, death, and friendship.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 2010)
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BOOK

Homebound

age 9+

Satisfying conclusion to swashbuckling space epic.

By: John David Anderson (2022)
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Grounded for All Eternity
BOOK

Grounded for All Eternity

age 9+

Teen angels from hell save Salem in rushed but fun tale.

By: Darcy Marks (2022)
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MOVIE

Secret Headquarters

age 9+

Tween superhero adventure has sci-fi weapons, violence.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 2022)
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MOVIE

WWJD II: The Woodcarver

age 9+

Preachy faith-based movie is heavy-handed and dreadful.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 2022)
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BOOK

Paola Santiago and the Sanctuary of Shadows: Paola Santiago, Book 3

age 9+

Fantasy series finale ramps up fear and intensity.

By: Tehlor Kay Mejia (2022)
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BOOK

Chester Keene Cracks the Code

age 9+

Boy finds family, friendship in heartwarming adventure.

By: Kekla Magoon (2022)
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BOOK

Remarkably Ruby: Emmie & Friends, Book 6

age 9+

Entertaining graphic novel highlights courage and empathy.

By: Terri Libenson (2022)
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BOOK

Duet

age 9+

Heart- and music-filled tale of collaboration and Chopin.

By: Elise Broach (2022)
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BOOK

Jennifer Chan Is Not Alone

age 9+

Powerful, emotional novel tackles bullying and friendship.

By: Tae Keller (2022)
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MOVIE

Funny Face

age 9+

Bubbly, fashion-crazed Hepburn-Astaire musical.

On DVD/Streaming (Release Year: 1957)
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BOOK

Answers in the Pages

age 9+

Insightful, sweet, funny, exciting exploration of book bans.

By: David Levithan (2022)
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BOOK

Zachary Ying and the Dragon Emperor

age 9+

Exciting mix of adventure, history, compelling boy hero.

By: Xiran Jay Zhao (2022)
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BOOK

Falling Short

age 9+

Sweet, vulnerable friendship of two Latino sixth-grade boys.

By: Ernesto Cisneros (2022)
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