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The child who narrates Smith’s first book as both author and illustrator travels around a city neighborhood by bus and on foot, looking for someone, but who it is, we don’t know until the very end. SWEEPING UP THE HEART, by Kevin Henkes. (Walden Pond, $16.99.) CLICK on the book title to read the review. The artistic 12-year-old at the center of this debut, set in 1981 New York City, learns to live with her father’s departure and her mother’s clinical depression. “When you’re new,” asks this debut children’s book from the comics artist Knisley, “what can you do?” The answers explain babies’ world to them. We cover news, reviews, interviews, articles, guest posts, events, specialist literacy articles and much more, attracting readers from all over the world including teachers, librarians, industry professionals and parents and kids. Robinson’s first book as both author and illustrator is a wordless story about a girl and her cat who discover a portal into another world, where children and pets encounter mirror versions of themselves. (Atheneum, $17.99.) In this coming-of-age love story, a Korean-American boy secretly dates a white girl despite the disapproval of his parents. Kids' Book Review is a children’s literature and book review site working with authors, illustrators and publishers Australia-wide and internationally. A poetic tribute to African-American resilience, proclaiming joy and pride in the accomplishments of artists, athletes, leaders and thinkers, along with a sober acknowledgment of the suffering of a people. (Make Me a World, $17.99.) The narrator of this debut explores her feelings about a grandparent she never got to meet but who, she learns, had a nose like one of her uncles’, and told stories using many voices, from a lion’s to a cloud’s. (Versify, $17.99.) 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