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Armadillo antics by Bill Martin, Jr. and Michael Sampson ; illustrated by Nathalie Beauvois.
Kristy and the walking disaster by Ann M. Martin.
The ogress and the orphans by Kelly Barnhill.
The summer of bitter and sweet by Jen Ferguson.
Yo-kai watch. by story and art by Noriyuki Konishi ; original story and supervision by Level-5 Inc. ; translation, Tetsuichiro Miyaki ; English adaptation, Aubrey Sitterson ; lettering, William F. Schuch.
Bounce back by by Misako Rocks!.
The secret garden on 81st street by by Ivy Noelle Weir ; illustrated by Amber Padilla ; lettering by AndWorld Design.
Anne of West Philly by by Ivy Noelle Weir ; illustrated by Myisha Haynes.
Tentacle Kitty by written by John & Raena Merritt ; illustrated by Jean-Claudio Vinci ; lettered by Taylor Esposito.
Cat & cat adventures. by Susie Yi.
Pokemon Sun & Moon by story and art by Santa Harukaze.
Fox fires. by Emilia Ojala.
Countdown to midnight by Dale Brown.
In the blood by Jack Carr.
Clive Cussler's Dark vector by Graham Brown.
Something wilder by Christina Lauren.
This time tomorrow by Emma Straub.
The lost summers of Newport by Beatriz Williams, Lauren Willig, Karen White.
Notes on your sudden disappearance by Alison Espach.
The first Populist by David S. Brown
The truth about Crypto by Ric Edelman
Thrill of the hunt by Rita Mae Brown ; illustrated by Lee Gildea.
Bloomsbury girls by Natalie Jenner.
Don't trust your gut by Seth Stephens-Davidowitz
Murder in an Irish pub by Carlene O'Connor.
Ascendant by Jack Campbell.
French for dummies by by Dodi-Katrin Schmidt, Michelle M. Williams, Dominique Wenzel ; Berlitz series editor, Juergen Lorenz.
The renal diet cookbook for the newly diagnosed by Susan Zogheib ; foreword by Jay Wish.
National parks collection by NGHT, LLC.
Kaikeyi by Vaishnavi Patel.
Joyful by Ingrid Fetell Lee.
Saving the stegosaurus by written by Rex Stone ; illustrated by Louise Forshaw.
Because our fathers lied by Craig McNamara.
Answers in the pages by David Levithan.


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