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New York Times Best Sellers - Children's

Children's Middle Grade Hardcover

New York Times Children's Best SellersOctober 9, 2022
Odder by Katherine Applegate.
After a shark attack, Odder recuperates at the aquarium with the scientists who raised her.
Wonder by R.J. Palacio
A boy with a facial deformity starts school.
Amari agrees to participate in the Great Game after a magician with dangerous plans for the League steps forward.
Refugee by Alan Gratz
Three children in three different conflicts look for safe haven.
The Midnight Children by Dan Gemeinhart
Ravani befriends seven orphans in the town of Slaughterville.
The Last Cuentista by Donna Barba Higuera
Petra is one of the last people who have memories of the planet Earth.
Skandar dreams of becoming a unicorn rider and competing in the Chaos Cup.
Ground Zero by Alan Gratz
Parallel storylines of Brandon and Reshmina take place on Sept. 11th, in 2001 and 2019.
When an ancient evil is unleashed, it's up to the kids to save the town of Seaham.
Pax, Journey Home by Sara Pennypacker.
A boy and his pet fox reunite after a year of separation.

Picture Books

New York Times Picture Books Best SellersOctober 9, 2022
Creepy Crayon! by Aaron Reynolds.
Jasper finds a crayon that helps him in school, or so it seems.
How to Catch a Witch by Alice Walstead.
The Catch Club Kids attempt to snare a witch on Halloween.
Little Blue Truck Makes a Friend by Alice Schertle and Jill McElmurry
Blue and friends meet Chuck the woodchuck.
The Pigeon goes through a series of emotions leading up to a roller coaster ride.
Bad Seed seeks the perfect Halloween costume.
Purple crayon teaches the rest of the crayons Halloween etiquette.
Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin.
What to serve your dragon-guests.
Gustavo, the Shy Ghost by Flavia Z. Drago
A ghost learns to overcome his social anxiety.
Hey, Bruce! by Ryan T. Higgins
Bruce's sleep is interrupted by three playful mice.
The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt.
Problems arise when Duncan’s crayons revolt.