PORTRAIT OF A THIEF
By Grace D. Li
A Chinese American art history major at Harvard, Will Chen is offered a (very illegal) chance to reclaim five priceless treasures China lost centuries ago and assembles a team of fellow students, chosen for their skills and loyalty, to help him on his mission—and make history.
By Charles Frazier
Commissioned to create a mural representing Dawes, Wyoming, for their new Post Office, Val Welch, a painter in Depression-era America, stays with a wealthy art lover, his wife and a mysterious elder cowboy where he turns up secrets that could spark formidable changes for all of them.
SONGS IN URSA MAJOR
By Emma Brodie
In 1969, Jane Quinn, an aspiring singer, gets the chance of a lifetime when she goes on tour with Jesse Reid, a folk music superstar, and as their partnership turns into a passionate love affair, Jane discovers too late the dark secret beneath his music.
By Rachel Kapelke-Dale
When the family estate is bequeathed to a man she shares a complicated history with, former piano prodigy Saskia Kreis is forced to reexamine her own past—and the romantic relationship that changed the course of her life—for answers.
DON’T THINK, DEAR
By Alice Robb
A former student at the elite School of American Ballet describes how the strict codes of that world, which included thinness, stoicism and submission, forced her to grapple with the contradictions and challenges of modern womanhood.
WHEN WOMEN INVENTED TELEVISION
By Jennifer Keishin Armstrong
The best-selling author of Seinfeldia documents the lesser-known story of how four trailblazing women from the radio era, including Irna Phillips, Gertrude Berg, Hazel Scott and Betty White, helped establish the foundation of the modern television industry.
THE REMBRANDT CONSPIRACY
By Deron Hicks
Art and his best friend Camille team up to solve a large museum theft, using one of the biggest heists in history to help them solve the case. With a billion dollars’ worth of paintings on the line, the clock is ticking for Art and Camille to solve the conspiracy.
FOLLOW YOUR ART
By Trish Granted
Jeanie and Willow’s world is turned on its head when a classmate makes a wish to bring art to life. Can Jeanie and Willow keep the art fair from running rampant at school?
AARON SLATER, ILLUSTRATOR
By Andrea Beaty
Aaron Slater loves listening to stories and dreams of one day writing them himself. When his teacher asks each child in the class to write a story, Aaron can’t get a single word down. He is sure his dream of being a storyteller is out of reach until inspiration strikes.
STUDIO: A PLACE FOR ART TO START
By Emily Arrow
A young bunny makes the rounds of a studio building, taking in all the different artists in their habitats. Making, thinking, sharing, performing, but can our bunny find the perfect space to let imagination shine?
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