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- Award year: 2020
At the age of 12, Jonas is assigned the rare job of "Receiver of Memory,” tasked with absorbing the secrets and memories of his entire community. As he begins to understand the colorless conformity of his current world, he becomes determined to change it for the better.
Fifteen-year-old Harleen Quinzel is sent to live in Gotham City while her mom works on a cruise ship. When Gotham's best drag queen, Mama, takes her in, Harley finds a home and makes a new best friend, Ivy, at Gotham High.
Amanda “Mads” does not understand kissing. Kisses 1-7 were nothing exciting at best, and hardly tolerable at worst. Kiss number 8, with a girl, threw her for a loop. As her own experience runs parallel to a family history she knew nothing about, Mads discovers much about kissing, and herself.
Jordan Banks starts a new school and finds himself torn between his neighborhood in Washington Heights and the posh environment of Riverdale Academy Day School.
This graphic novel origin story opens on a scene between Raven and her mother discussing a recent shocking revelation when their car is hit. The mother dies and Raven is left with amnesia. Taken in by her mother's estranged sister, Raven has to relearn who she is while navigating high school.