The Force Of Fire (A Kingdom Beyond Novel)

From New York Times Bestselling Author Sayantani Dasgupta Comes The Story Of A Demon Who Must Embrace Her Bad To Serve The Greater Good. Pinki Hails From A Long Line Of Rakkhosh Resistors, Demons Who Have Spent Years Building Interspecies Relationships, Working Together To Achieve Their Goal Of Overthrowing The Snakey Oppressors And Taking Back Their Rights. But She Has More Important Things To Worry About, Like Maintaining Her Status As Fiercest Rakkhosh In Her Class And Looking After Her Little Cousins. There Is Also The Teeny Tiny Detail Of Not Yet Being Able To Control Her Fire Breathing And Accidentally Burning Up School Property. Then Sesha, The Charming Son Of The Serpentine Governor, Calls On Pinki For Help In Defeating The Resistance, Promising To Give Her What She Most Desires In Return — The Ability To Control Her Fire. First She’ll Have To Protect The Moon Maiden, Pretend To Be A Human (ick), And Survive A Family Reunion. But It’s All Worth It For The Control Of Her Powers . . . Right?

Blood Like Magic

After failing to come into her powers, sixteen-year-old Voya–a Black witch living in near-future Toronto–is forced to choose between losing her family’s magic forever, a heritage steeped in centuries of blood and survival, or murdering her first love, a boy who is supposedly her genetic match.

The Message: The Extraordinary Journey Of An Ordinary Text Message

From your brain to your fingers to your phone, once you hit send, off your message goes on a journey that seems impossibly far: traveling through the air, underground, under oceans, and even through mountains, in seconds. Turns out texts are big on adventure, and this book explains exactly what they do and how. No planes, trains, or automobiles involved, but lots and lots of hair-thin fibers, ocean-length cables, and satellites!

May Your Life Be Deliciosa

“What is the recipe?” I ask. Abuela laughs. “It is in my heart, Rosie. I use mis ojos, my eyes, to measure. Mis manos, my hands, to feel. Mi boca, my mouth, to taste. My abuela gave it to me, and I am giving it to you.” Each year on Christmas Eve, Rosie’s abuela, mamá, tía, sister, and cousins all gather together in Abuela’s kitchen to make tamales—cleaning corn husks, chopping onions and garlic, roasting chilis, kneading cornmeal dough, seasoning the filling, and folding it all—and tell stories. Rosie learns from her abuela not only how to make a delicious tamale, but how to make a delicious life, one filled with love, plenty of spice, and family.

Bisa’s Carnaval

It’s time for Carnaval and Clara cannot wait to celebrate her favorite holiday with family, but especially with her great-grandmother. Even if Bisa can’t attend, Clara knows the Carnaval parade will still be special.Costumed lovingly by their bisa, everyone takes to the street for the annual parade. But even among all the colors, costumes, music, and dancing, something is missing . . . or is it someone?With lush, lyrical text and bright, colorful illustrations, this book takes readers to one of the most exciting holidays of the year and reminds us that no matter who or where you are, love is always worth celebrating.

Where Three Oceans Meet

Sejal, Mommy, and Pati travel together to the southern tip of India. Along the way, they share meals, visit markets, and catch up with old friends.
For Pati, the trip retraces spaces she knows well. For Mommy, it’s a return to the place she grew up. For Sejal, it’s a discovery of new sights and sounds. The family finds their way to Kanyakumari, where three oceans meet, and delight in making it to the end of the earth together.

Grandpa Across The Ocean

Grandpa lives on the other side of the ocean.He takes naps all the time. He eats different foods. He speaks an unfamiliar language. His house is the most boring place on Earth! Or is it? A little time together just might reveal that Grandpa is also a great singer, an energetic sandcastle builder, and a troublemaker . . . just like his grandson!

How To Greet A Grandma

How to Greet a Grandma is a tribute to all grannies, everywhere. Each page introduces a different global grandma, phonetically describes how to pronounce her name, and explains a little about traditions in her country. Readers can discover what foods, hobbies, and fashions each gran might enjoy, learn what wisdoms they might share, and find out how to greet each one with love.