The Ice Chips and the Invisible Puck by Roy MacGregor and Kerry MacGregor, Illus. by Kim Smith

Review by Sasa Popovich

With the shifting landscape of modern hockey, exactly what space do women occupy in the sport, and what does this mean for young girls just starting out? … More The Ice Chips and the Invisible Puck by Roy MacGregor and Kerry MacGregor, Illus. by Kim Smith

Once and Future by Amy Rose Capetta and Cori McCarthy

Review by Lauren Maguire

Space battles, sword fights, heroes, villains, epic quests, evil corporations, and magical fireworks: Once and Future has them all. Unknown to her, teenage Ari Helix is the forty-second reincarnation of King Arthur and, after finding Excalibur on the ruins of Old Earth, she is sought out by a backward-aging, teenage Merlin whose mission is to prepare her for the dangers to come. … More Once and Future by Amy Rose Capetta and Cori McCarthy

Scythe by Neal Shusterman

Review by Juhyun Tony Bae

If you like reading sci-fi/fantasy you’re probably familiar with stories that grapple with immortality—you might even find the line, “death gives life meaning,” a tad cliché. With Neal Shusterman’s Scythe traveling that heavily-trodden dystopian road, for me, the question of the novel’s success came down to the story’s handling of the ideas and its ability to pave its own path. … More Scythe by Neal Shusterman