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Still no closer to finding her father and now hurt over her separation from Abbie, Mae finds herself on her own for the first time since arriving in Cimrterén. After finding new friend Drydon, they start a booming business selling Mae's "inventions." Skateboards, yo-yos, ice cream, and popcorn—totally unfamiliar in this new world—prove to be hot commodities. Once Mae's reputation of master inventor begins to spread, her new boss (a.k.a. her kidnapper) forces her to start inventing something far deadlier.  
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Mae's best friend Dahlia is still back in Indiana while Mae and Abbie go to The Other World, Cimrterén, to find their dad. But when Dahlia gets an unexpected visitor, he begins causing problems on campus. Between finals, missing her friend, and college parties gone wrong, Dahlia can't handle an other-worldly creature trying to find his way back through the gate.  
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After a long time apart, Mae is finally reunited with her best friend Dahlia in Indiana. But the visit takes a sudden turn when the pair begin to uncover hidden family secrets, and Colt, Mae's boyfriend back home, makes a difficult proposition. With a dangerous storm ahead of them in the other world, Mae will need all the help she can get.  
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On the search for both Abbie and her father, Mae travels back to Cimrterén with Dahlia only to discover the Lord Protector and his sky ships have been wreaking havoc in Krun rves.
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With Mae finally reunited with Abbie in the Other World, the epic battle between alliances is on. When they try to take down the Lord Protector, they face an obstacle far greater than a fleet of sky ships or massive weapons. As the sisters uncover unimaginable secrets, will Mae and Abbie fight for family or fight to protect the innocent people in Cimrterén? 
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Mae's beloved older sister, Abbie, has been missing for years. Mae has her theories about where Abbie might be. But nowhere in her wildest imagination do those theories encompass a fantasy world full of terrifying monsters, power-hungry nobles, and nefarious scientists. That is, until Abbie suddenly reappears in Mae's world. And not alone.
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"No Ivy League gracefully delivers a messy truth behind the essential process of questioning and reckoning. Newlevant respects young people's awareness of how class, race, gender, and history impact our experiences, and takes readers seriously enough to give space for personal reflection and growth. Fantastic brushwork, and a great sense of natural light. Highly recommended." --Nate Powell, artist of the March trilogy "Lushly rendered and thoughtfully written, Newlevant's No Ivy League is comics autobiography at its best: self-aware, socially conscious, critical, and compassionate." —Whit Taylor, author of Ghost Stories When 17-year-old Hazel takes a summer job clearing ivy from the forest in Portland, Oregon, the only plan is to earn some extra cash to put toward concert tickets. Homeschooled, affluent, and sheltered, Hazel soon finds that working side by side with at-risk teens leaves no room for comforting illusions of equality and understanding. This uncomfortable and compelling memoir is an important story of a teen's awakening to the racial insularity of the upper class, the power of white privilege, and the hidden history of segregation in Portland.
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Puerto Rico Strong is a comics anthology that explores what it means to be Puerto Rican and the diversity that exists within that concept, from today's most exciting Puerto Rican comics creators. All profits will go to towards disaster relief and recovery programs to support Puerto Rico. Despite being a US territory, Puerto Rico is often thought of as a foreign land, if it's even a thought in the mind of the average American at all. Its people exist in all corners of America; some of them have parents who immigrated from the home island, others are a part of families that have been on the mainland for generations. Then there are those who have come to the states in search of a dream but struggle to integrate into an unfamiliar culture, while there are those who have lived in the United States all of their lives but still have the same struggle because of the color of their skin or their sexual identity. These stories follow individuals from diverse walks of life but are all part of the culture that is Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico Strong features art and writing by Rosa Colon, Vita Ayala, Naomi Franquiz, Javier Cruz Winnik, Sabrina Cintron, Ronnie Garcia, Fabian Nicieza, Joamette Gil, and many more!
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