Best Books of 2019: Deb Kelly

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One Careless Night by Christina Booth 

From our Our reviewThe text is poetic but also spare. The illustrations are dramatic contrasting darkness and light to haunting effect. Together they tell the story of the last thylacine in a way that is both heartbreaking and achingly beautiful.

Everywhere, Everything, Everyone by Katy Warner

From our Our reviewKaty Warner has created a fast paced and very realistic story of corruption and the power of resistance for teen audiences

Hasina: Through My Eyes by Michelle Aung Thin

From Our ReviewNot only is this story authentic and beautifully written, it’s enormously important because it takes a very complex topic and presents it to children in a way that they can understand but also relate to.

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