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Weslandia (Hardback)
author: Paul Fleischman
illustrator: Kevin Hawkes

Weslandia honors the misfits — and the creators — among us.
The Birthday Tree (Hardback)
author: Paul Fleischman
illustrator: Barry Root

Planting a birthday tree has enduring effects in this poignant tale of a roving boy’s link to nature — and the roots of his family’s love.
Zap A Play(Hardback)
author: Paul Fleischman

Aimed at a generation of short attention spans and a taste for razor-sharp comedy, the rapid-fire Zap is a smart, farcical play for high-school students that's ready to bring the house down.
Dateline: Troy (Hardback)
author: Paul Fleischman

"Perhaps the ultimate model for making history relevant. . . . A superb and often inspiring work." -- KIRKUS REVIEWS
Eyes Wide Open Going Behind the Environmental Headlines(Hardback)
author: Paul Fleischman
illustrator: Various

Paul Fleischman offers teens an environmental wake-up call and a tool kit for decoding the barrage of conflicting information confronting them.

The Matchbox Diary (Hardback)
author: Paul Fleischman
illustrator: Bagram Ibatoulline

Newbery Medalist Paul Fleischman and Bagram Ibatoulline tell a breathtaking immigration tale with appeal across generations.
The Dunderheads Behind Bars (Hardback)
author: Paul Fleischman
illustrator: David Roberts

Everyone's favorite underdogs are back! Can they land work on a movie set — and foil a cat burglar — with their unusual and motley skills?
Dateline: Troy (Trade Paperback)
author: Paul Fleischman

Perhaps the ultimate model for making history relevant. . . . A superb and often inspiring work. — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
Zap A Play(Trade Paperback)
author: Paul Fleischman

"ZAP offers a new intriguing option for young adults tired of the usual fare performed in high school auditoriums." -- PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
Sidewalk Circus (Trade Paperback)
author: Paul Fleischman
illustrator: Kevin Hawkes

This delightful book will fascinate children and help them to see their world with new eyes. — School Library Journal (starred review)

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