It’s a twice as nice pub day with REAL FRIENDS by Shannon Hale and PLANET JUPITER by Jane Kurtz

REAL FRIENDS by Shannon Hale:

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“A wistful, affecting, and utterly charming exploration of the realities of childhood friendship.” ―Booklist, starred review

“This tender, perceptive graphic memoir is bound to resonate with most readers, especially fans of Raina Telgemeier and kids struggling with the often turbulent waters of friendships and cliques.” ―School Library Journal, starred review

“A wonderfully observed portrait of finding one’s place in your world.” ―Publishers Weekly, starred review

 

 

PLANET JUPITER by Jane Kurtz:

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“United in their determination to leave Portland, [Jupiter and Edom] hatch plans to earn money for bus tickets even as, despite themselves, they put down tentative roots…The vivid characters and fascinating urban village they inhabit . . . hold readers’ interest throughout. A solid middle-grade family story.” (Kirkus Reviews)

 

 

 

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