Are you looking for a good summer book to finish up your summer season? A&G has the perfect reading list. Let us know which one is your favorite!
This suspenseful drama explores the ties between three women—two sisters and their mother—in one Chinese immigrant family. From disappearances to hidden family secrets, this book will keep you on your toes!
Natalie returns home after she finds out that her mother has passed away. She discovers upon arrival that she has inherited her grandmother's restaurant in Chinatown. With a distaste for the community, her neighbors, and shopkeepers from her childhood, she struggles with her past and what might happen with her future.
This story captivates readers while following the life of Ginny Richardson, a mother who is heartbroken after being separated from her daughter who has down syndrome. Follow her journey as she tests her strength against her husband's family who has taken her daughter to Willowridge, a place full of neglected children.
Are you a fan of the Handmaid's Tale? This book continues Offred's journey through the struggles of freedom, prison, and maybe even death.
Nik's proposal was nothing short of a surprise. In front of over 45,000 people, her boyfriend of 5 months made the gesture at a baseball game. Now in a social media frenzy, she leans on her new romance for support.
When her best friend goes missing on the first day of school, only Claudia seems to notice. Follow Claudia's journey in the mystery of Monday's disappearance.
For the kids:
It's Not a Bed, It's a Time Machine
Take your kid through a wild ride of traveling back in time to when dinosaurs roamed the earth. Even though it might be time for bed, it's also time for adventure.
Follow four homeless friends on their journey to traverse the streets of Chennai. Free from their parents, they are able to make decisions on their own. However, that may change when illness strikes and they have to rely on adults for help.
Friends Ronan and Delsie discover the difference between emotions by battling their wants, needs, and futures. With characters struggling with family and heartbreak, this book is a great read for a kid who wants to discover their feelings and their place in the world.
Mr. Pockles has plenty of hats for each occasion: drinking tea, bathing, and even eating his cornflakes. Sit down with your child and follow the quirky and kooky adventures of Mr. Pockles and his hats.