Fake Blood
 
 

Available now in paperback and hardcover.

Huffington Post Best Children’s Book of 2018

A Kirkus Best Book of 2018

A 2019 YALSA Great Graphic Novel for Teens

A Junior Library Guild Selection

A Banks Street Best Children's Book of 2018

★ “Think Raina Telgemeier with a Noelle Stevenson slant… Gardner’s middle school romp is a magnum opus.” –Kirkus

“Her delightful tale juxtaposes a preteen crush, a tranquil, woodsy neighborhood in the Pacific Northwest, and vampires. It’s the kind of story that connects well with its intended audience — so well that my 11-year-old son pilfered my review copy and refused to return it until he was done.” –New York Times Book Review

“LOL funny.” –Girls Life

A middle schooler comes head-to-head with his vampire slayer crush in this laugh-out-loud funny graphic novel that’s a perfect coming-of-age story for anyone who’s ever felt too young, too small, or too average.

It’s the beginning of the new school year and AJ feels like everyone is changing but him. He hasn’t grown or had any exciting summer adventures like his best friends have. He even has the same crush he’s harbored for years. So AJ decides to take matters into his own hands. But how could a girl like Nia Winters ever like plain vanilla AJ when she only has eyes for vampires?

When AJ and Nia are paired up for a group project on Transylvania, it may be AJ’s chance to win over Nia’s affection by dressing up like the vamp of her dreams. And soon enough he’s got more of Nia’s attention than he bargained for when he learns she’s a slayer.

Now AJ has to worry about self-preservation while also trying to save everyone he cares about from a real-life threat lurking in the shadows of Spoons Middle School.

Becoming RBG
 
 

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Written by Debbie Levy and Illustrated by Whitney Gardner

Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a modern feminist icon—a leader in the fight for equal treatment of girls and women in society and the workplace. She blazed trails to the peaks of the male-centric worlds of education and law, where women had rarely risen before.

Ruth Bader Ginsberg has often said that the true and lasting change in society and law is accomplished slowly, one step at a time. This is how she has evolved, too. Step by step, the shy little girl became a child who questioned unfairness, who became a student who persisted despite obstacles, who became an advocate who resisted injustice, who became a judge who revered the rule of law, who became…RBG.