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  • The Assassination of Brangwain SpurgeThe Assassination of Brangwain Spurge

    Anderson, M. T.

    "Uptight elfin historian Brangwain Spurge is on a mission: survive being catapulted across the mountains into goblin territory, deliver a priceless peace offering to their mysterious dark lord, and spy on the goblin kingdom - from which no elf has returned alive in more than a hundred years. Brangwain's host, the goblin archivist Werfel, is delighted to show Brangwain around. They should be the best of friends, but a series of extraordinary double crosses, blunders, and cultural misunderstandings throws these two bumbling scholars into the middle of an international crisis that may spell death for them -- and war for their nation"--Amazon.

  • Black wings beatingBlack wings beating

    London, Alex.

    Twins Kylee and Brysen must fight for survival in a remote valley called Six Villages as war approaches, she by rejecting her ancient gifts for falconry and Brysen by striving to find greatness.

  • BlendedBlended

    Draper, Sharon M. (Sharon Mills)

    "Piano-prodigy Isabella, eleven, whose black father and white mother struggle to share custody, never feels whole, especially as racial tensions affect her school, her parents both become engaged, and she and her stepbrother are stopped by police"--Provided by publisher.

  • Children of JubileeChildren of Jubilee

    Haddix, Margaret Peterson.

    Kiandra Watanaboneset reluctantly takes charge when she, her brothers Enu and Edwy, and some young friends are captured by Enforcers and sent to a prison on the planet Zacadi.

  • Dark sky risingDark sky rising : Reconstruction and the dawn of Jim Crow

    Gates, Henry Louis, Jr.

    American literary critic, teacher, historian, filmmaker and public intellectual Henry Louis Gates Jr. looks at America's history from 1861 to 1915, focusing on the destruction of slavery, the Reconstruction Amendments, and African-American resilience in times of racial unrest and drawing parallels to them with the early twenty-first century in the United States.

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