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From Russia with Lunch: A Chet Gecko Mystery

by Bruce Hale

Inventions, spells, and bullies—oh my!

It all begins when Chet’s favorite teacher is fired, only to be replaced by the mechanical invention of Dr. Tanya Lightov—a mysterious Russian scientist.

   Suddenly,...


Nikki and Deja: Birthday Blues

by Karen English & Laura Freeman

The second book about Nikki and Deja, two African American third-grade girls who are best friends.

Deja's birthday is coming up, and she's been talking about it for weeks. But just before the big day, Auntie...


Bread and Roses, Too

by Katherine Paterson

Rosa’s mother is singing again, for the first time since Papa died in an accident in the mills. But instead of filling their cramped tenement apartment with Italian lullabies, Mamma is out on the streets singing...


A Dead Hand: A Crime in Calcutta

by Paul Theroux

When Jerry Delfont, an aimless travel writer with writer’s block (his “dead hand”), receives a letter from an American philanthropist, Mrs. Merrill Unger, with news of a scandal involving an Indian friend...


My Abandonment

by Peter Rock

A riveting and unsettling novel about a girl and her father who live off the grid, in the shadows at the edge of civilization Athirteen-year-old girl and her father live in Forest Park, the enormous nature preserve...


The Fate of Katherine Carr

by Thomas H. Cook

George Gates used to be a travel writer who specialized in places where people disappeared—Judge Crater, the Lost Colony.Then his eight-year-old son was murdered, the killer never found, and Gates gave up...


Absent a Miracle

by Christine Lehner

Alice Fairweather, a lapsed Catholic who lives in upstate New York with her two sons and philandering husband (whom she loves to distraction), has just lost her dream job as a radio talk show hostess. When one...


The Generosity of Women

by Courtney Eldridge

MEET:

Joyce, the foul-mouthed and wildly successful curator of a controversial art exhibit on surveillance, who unexpectedly finds herself under surveillance—in her own bedroom. Her best friend, Bobbie,...


The Southern Cross

by Skip Horack

The sixteen short stories featured in Skip Horack’s prize-winning debut collection paint a richly textured vision of the American South. Set in the Gulf Coast over the course of a year torn halfway by the...


The German Woman

by Paul Griner

This riveting war story introduces us to the beautiful Kate Zweig, the English widow of a German surgeon, and Claus Murphy, an exiled American with German roots—two lovers with complicated loyalties.

In 1918,...


The Turtle Catcher

by Nicole Lea Helget

In the tumultuous days after World War I, Herman Richter returns from the front to find his only sister, Liesel, allied with Lester Sutter, the "slow" son of a rival clan who spends his days expertly trapping...


Fun with Problems

by Robert Stone

In Fun with Problems, Robert Stone demonstrates once again that he is “one of our greatest living writers” (Los Angeles Times). The stories in this new collection share the signature blend of longing,...


The Russian Dreambook of Color and Flight

by Gina Ochsner

In a crumbling apartment building in post-Soviet Russia, there’s a ghost who won’t keep quiet. Mircha fell from the roof and was never properly buried, so he sticks around to heckle the living: his wife,...


Buddha's Orphans

by Samrat Upadhyay

THE QUEEN'S POND uses Nepal’s political upheavals of the last century as a backdrop to the story of an orphan boy and the impact of his life on later generations. 


Martha Speaks: A Pup's Tale (Chapter Book)

by Susan Meddaugh

At long last here is the story of how Martha and Helen met, as told by Martha in her own words. Her puppy days included some dark times as a doggy criminal after she was adopted by a sneaky thief and her accomplice....


Let's Sign, Baby!: A Fun and Easy Way to Talk with Baby

by Kelly Ault & Leo Landry

Is your baby hungry or tired? Does she have a tummy ache or does he just need a diaper change? It’s easy to know when you and your baby learn to sign together.

Studies show that babies who sign develop increased...


The Song of the Whales

by Uri Orlev & Hillel Halkin

Already translated into French, Italian, Dutch and Spanish, this is the latest novel from an author who has received the prestigious Hans Christian Andersen Award.


Mary Mae and the Gospel Truth

by Sandra Dutton

When what Mary Mae is learning in Miss Sizemore's class about fossils and eras and rock formations doesn't seem to make sense with what Mary Mae is learning at Sunday School, she starts asking questions and...


The Birthday Ball

by Lois Lowry & Jules Feiffer

Princess Patricia Priscilla is bored with her royal life and the excitement surrounding her sixteenth birthday ball. Doomed to endure courtship by three grotesquely unappealing noblemen, she adopts a peasant...


The Basilisk's Lair

by R. L. LaFevers & Kelly Murphy

Nate Fludd, Beastologist, is back in the camel saddle in hot pursuit of a missing, deadly Basilisk—the King of Serpents. As if saving an entire Dhughani village from the Basilisk’s poisonous gaze isn’t...