New Releases from Lee & Low and Tu Books this Fall

Fall is just a few months away and while we aren’t looking forward to the cooler weather, we’re excited to introduce our new fall releases. Take a look – there’s sure to be something for every book lover you know!

King for A Day 

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King for a Day takes us to Basant, the springtime kite-flying festival in Lahore, Pakistan. Watch as Malik guides his kite into leaps and swirls, slashing strings to capture the other kites in the sky to become king for a day. Written by Rukhsana Khan and illustrated by Christiane Krömer.

Parrots Over Puerto Rico

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Done entirely in stunning paper collage, Parrots Over Puerto Rico depicts the extensive history of beautiful Puerto Rico and its once-endangered Puerto Rican parrot. By Susan Roth and Cindy Trumbore, the award-winning team behind The Mangrove Tree.

Marisol McDonald and the Clash Bash/ Marisol McDonald y la fiesta sin igual

Marisol McDonald and the Clash Bash cover image

The lovable Marisol is back and is as bright as ever! Join her as she schemes up a plan to have a fabulously mismatched birthday bash. Written by Monica Brown and illustrated by Sara Palacios, the team behind the Belpré Honor-winning Marisol McDonald Doesn’t Match.

And from our Tu Books imprint…

Killer of Enemies (cover not final)

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Award-winning author Joseph Bruchac (Wolf Mark) adds a steampunk twist to his post-apocalyptic YA retelling of the Apache legend of Lozen, Killer of Enemies.

The Monster in the Mudball

The Monster in the Mudball front cover

Jin has accidentally let a monster loose on the streets of London! Join him and Mizz Z, Chief Inspector of Ancient Artifacts, as they go on a zany adventure to find and defeat the monster from the mudball. Written by S.P Gates.

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  1. […] • Already out: Gwendolyn Zepeda’s newest book is a collection of poetry, Falling in Love with Fellow Prisoners, that details her life in the city. In the children’s book Parrots Over Puerto Rico, authors Susan L. Roth and Cindy Trumbore connect the bird with the island’s history. […]

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