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The Buddha's Apprentice at Bedtime: Tales of Compassion and Kindness for You to Read with Your Child  -  to Delight and Inspire

by Dharmachari Nagaraja

Practising Buddhist and master storyteller Dharmachari Nagaraja weaves a thrilling narrative spell while at the same time conveying basic life lessons that will help children to develop their personality, deal...

Encyclopedia Brown Tracks Them Down

by Donald Sobol

A tiny submarine that flies through the  air...

A half-dollar worth five thousand  dollars...

Some tipsy  birds...

A world that fits in the palm of your  hand...

And a case that turns out to be a  real...

Zack Files 28: Tell a Lie and Your Butt Will Grow

by Dan Greenburg & Jack Davis

Zack's classmate Andrew Clancy is always bragging. Everyone knows he's a big liar. But suddenly, Andrew is having trouble hiding the fact that he isn't telling the truth, and every time he tells another whopper,...

My Basmati Bat Mitzvah

by Paula J. Freedman

  During the fall leading up to her bat mitzvah, Tara (Hindi for “star”) Feinstein has a lot more than her Torah portion on her mind. Between Hebrew school and study sessions with the rabbi, there doesn’t...


by Lesley Choyce

After resolving to turn his life around, sixteen-year-old Cameron ends up homeless and struggling to survive.

Caught in the ACT

by Deb Loughead

Dylan is the suspect in a string of robberies in a cottage community.

The Great Bike Rescue

by Hazel Hutchins

Levi and Riley are determined to find out who's behind a recent string of bicycle thefts after their own bikes are stolen.

Totally Unrelated

by Tom Ryan

When Neil starts to compose and play his own music, it conflicts with the traditional Celtic music he performs with his family's band.

Ace's Basement

by Ted Staunton

Ace learns about Internet bullying while trying to get a music career off the ground.

Who I'm Not

by Ted Staunton

A kid in trouble with the law assumes the identity of a boy who vanished three years before.

Cut the Lights

by Karen Krossing

Briar has been chosen to direct a one-act play at her performing arts high school, but she learns there's more to it than imposing her vision on the actors.


by Sylvia Taekema

Jake is a dedicated young runner who is fed up with always getting second place.


by Vicki Grant

After Neil breaks up with Jade, his sense of responsibility for her younger brother keeps pulling him back.


by Gabrielle Prendergast

Raphaelle's involvement with a Muslim boy is only slightly less controversial than her contribution to a student art show.


by Robin Stevenson

Fitting in at her new ballet school turns out to be more painful for Cassie than breaking in a pair of pointe shoes.

Dorothy Dale's Great Secret

by Margaret Penrose

In this volume of the popular Dorothy Dale series, Dorothy and her beloved pal Tavia have completed their first term at a new boarding school. But instead of being able to enjoy her break with a carefree attitude,...

Dorothy Dale

by Margaret Penrose

Immerse yourself in a more innocent time in this enchanting tale about a sweet little girl named Dorothy. In spite of her guileless and kind demeanor, Dorothy often finds herself at the center of controversy...

Dorothy Dale's Queer Holidays

by Margaret Penrose

The Dorothy Dale series, published by the world-renowned Stratemeyer Syndicate under the pen name Margaret Penrose, was one of the first series marketed toward a young female audience. The series pairs strong...

The Boy Scouts' Mountain Camp

by John Henry Goldfrap

Tag along with a group of intrepid Boy Scouts as they spend some quality time in the great outdoors. In addition to plenty of mountain vistas, fresh air, and wildlife sightings, the crew stumbles across a confounding...

The Boy Scouts at the Panama-Pacific Exposition

by Howard Payson

Before technologies like television and the Internet were invented, the public's best opportunity to take in the latest innovations and inventions was at expositions, which were large, fair-like shows that were...