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Surrender Your Sons

Themes: LGBTQ+, Thrillers & Supense, Mysteries & Detective Stories. Connor Major’s summer break is turning into a nightmare. His SAT scores bombed, the old man he delivers meals to died, and when he came out to his religious zealot mother, she had him kidnapped and shipped off to a secluded island. His final destination: Nightlight Ministries, a conversion therapy camp that will be his new home until he "changes." But Connor’s troubles are only beginning. At Nightlight, everyone has something to hide-from the campers to the "converted" staff and cagey camp director-and it quickly becomes clear that no one is safe. Connor plans to escape and bring the other kidnapped teens with him. But first, he’s exposing the camp’s horrible truths for what they are-and taking this place down.

Surviving History (45th Parallel Press)

Would you have survived aboard the Titanic? What about being lost in the pyramids of Ancient Egypt? Read the books in the Surviving History series and tally up your score to find out! While flipping through, learn wild facts and survival tips. Written at a lower reading level with considerate text, these high maturity books are sure to grab struggling readers as they engage and play along. Also includes a table of contents, glossary, index, author biography, sidebars, educational matter, and activities.


This beautifully illustrated series of 40 readers covers sustainability foundation ideas and concepts. It is ideal for early childhood science lessons using readers to cover some of these topics. It treats the importance of the human environment and moves to the energy use in maintaining this environment. It looks at lifestyle and the choices made to reduce carbon usage and improve well-being in the process. The series was produced as a foundation set of readers to be used in classrooms as guided readers or take-home readers treating the importance of sustainability for humans on this planet.

Swallows Swirl

Down the hill I run, rain-booted and sweater-free. And all around me, swallows swirl."" One child's year is punctuated by the life cycle of the swallows roosting in the eaves of the shed. She watches as they build nests and teach their young to snap up bugs, zipping through the air in loop-the-loops. Winter comes and she imagines their journey south, towards warmer, longer days. And when the swallows return? She greets them open armed as friends. This is a joyful celebration of seasons and life cycles, a lyrical ode to the wonders of nature around us.

Sweet Dreams, Sarah

Sarah E. Goode was one of the first African-American women to get a US patent. Working in her husband's furniture store, she recognized a need for a multi-use bed and through hard work, ingenuity, and determination, invented her unique cupboard bed. She built more than a piece of furniture. She built a life far away from slavery, a life where her sweet dreams could come true.

Sweet Life

Get a taste of the Sweet Life with a series that oozes fun flavours. Each title features a real-life confectionary, ice cream parlour, cookie shop, or cupcakery that has taken a bite out of the world of desserts. Readers will discover the history of theirsugary sweets, learn how they’re made, and then get the chance to make their own! Sweet Life is a series that will have kids coming back for seconds.

Swimming with Sharks (Bolt)

From the mighty great white to the alienlike goblin shark, earth's oceans are full of sharks. With speed, strength, and stealth, they make the perfect predators. They also make the ideal reading topics for young readers. Through diagrams, labeled images, and other graphics, this series emphasizes visual literacy while diving into the lives, habitats, and diets of the creatures children love to learn about.

Sylvia Rose and the Cherry Tree

Bold, adventurous Sylvia Rose loves visiting the animals and trees of the forest. The girl and her favourite cherry tree share almost everything, including dancing and stories, but they can't travel the world together because the tree is rooted deep in the earth. Determined to overcome this obstacle, Sylvia Rose enlists her animal friends to uproot the glorious tree, and Sylvia and the tree set off globetrotting together, taking in the wonders of the world from the Eiffel Tower to the Sydney Opera House, each sight more amazing than the last. Back home in the forest, however, the animals begin to suffer without the food and shelter of their life-sustaining cherry tree. Can the tree give up her newfound freedom and return to her role in the forest ecosystem?

Sylvie (Calico)

Aspiring activist Sylvie Schwartz dreams of saving the world. If only the world would cooperate. This series will appeal to kids who want to make a difference, dream big, and want to do great things. (It will also appeal to anyone who loves ice cream sundaes or sweet slobbery puppies.) No matter what gets in Sylvie's way, your readers will root for Sylvie to succeed, project after project.

Symbols of America (Crabtree Seedlings)  

Americans have patriotism, which is pride in and loyalty to their country. A symbol is something that stands for something special. In this series, you will find out what symbols of the United States of America inspire patriotism in Americans. Every book also includes a page for caregivers and teachers that suggests guiding questions to help aid in reading comprehension. Downloadable Teacher's Guide available.