New Arrivals: Chapter Books Edition

Some intriguing new chapter books will debut in the department this weekend! We have a few sequels, one of which is being compared to Harry Potter (The Ability). From the action-packed to the fantastical (or both), these could be your next summer reads.

BogleHow to Catch A Bogle by Catherine Jinks

In 1870s London, a young orphan girl becomes the apprentice to a man who traps monsters for a living.


MinionMinion by John David Anderson
A companion to Sidekicked

“Michael Morn is a supervillain-in-training and the adoptive son of the brilliant criminal mastermind whose sense of right and wrong is thrown into question when a new superhero arrives in town” Provided by publisher.

CuriosityCuriosity by Gary Blackwood

In 1835, when his father is put in a Philadelphia debtor’s prison, twelve-year-old chess prodigy Rufus Goodspeed is relieved to be recruited to secretly operate a chess-playing automaton named The Turk, but soon questions the fate of his predecessors and his own safety.

CloakThe Cloak Society by Jeramey Kraatz

Alex Knight, a twelve-year-old in training to be a supervillain in the elite Cloak Society, becomes friends with a young superhero and begins to question where his loyalty lies.


JacketMindscape by M.M. Vaughan
Sequel to The Ability

Overwhelmed by guilt for his role in a boy’s death, Chris resumes his secret Ability training but begins to suspect that the spectre of the boy he sees everywhere is more than a figment of his imagination, a growing belief that is tied to an adversary’s murderous plot.




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  1. Pingback: Hidden Gem: The Ability by M.M. Vaughan | CSL Children's Department Blog

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