I absolutely loved this creepy and wonderful dystopian story about the global repercussions of inviting technology into our homes. Think of a Furby as a surveillance device. Perfect for fans of Black Mirror.
Hilariously weird story about witchcraft and a girls’ high school field hockey team in 1980’s Massachusetts.
Unexpectedly losing a parent is hard for anyone, but Feder perfectly captures what it’s like to experience such a loss as a young adult. A beautiful, funny, cathartic debut.
A lovely middle grade graphic novel about the growing friendship of Christine and Moon, two Chinese-American girls who are polar opposites.
A captivating psychological thriller with themes of colonialism, privilege, and obsession. Not just another missing girl story.
A delightful modern folktale about the adventures of Aster and her magical dog. Perfect for fans of the Hilda series and Adventure Time.
This profound graphic novel is part memoir, part scrapbook. Krug's investigation into her family's involvement in the Holocaust and her own identity as a German is completely engrossing.