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One Shot

by Susan Glick

A wonderfully realized coming-of-age novel about the emergence of an artist.

Lorrie reached for her camera. Okay, this was it. She lifted the camera to her eye. The woman was now sobbing, her shoulders heaving...


Racing the Past

by Sis Deans

A moving story about survival, recovery, and the power of determination.

There was something else driving Ricky as he sped down Ridge Road under that cloudless blue sky. "Everybody knows a Gordon's middle name...


Every Day and All the Time

by Sis Deans

A heartbreaking, honest, and downright funny novel about loss and recovery

"She lay pinned in the back seat listening . . . to the sounds of help that had come too late."

Six months ago a terrible car accident...


Sea Surprise

by Leo Landry

Eel was ill. He did not wake up feeling very electric.

"Oh, drat!" he said grumpily. "I've lost my zap!"

An adorably funny undersea adventure for beginning readers

Poor Eel. Kate and Dave want to help their friend...


Nellie

by Natalie Babbitt

Nellie, a cat marionette who loves to dance, finds adventure and freedom on a moonlit hilltop.


Year of No Rain

by Alice Mead

"An artfully told story . . . The history, the land, and the determination of a band of refugees to care for each other are vividly evoked in this important work." -- Starred review, Kirkus Reviews

In the dry...


Rainy

by Sis Deans

A vivid portrait of a girl with a hyperactive mind

Rainy isn’t thrilled about going to camp, away from her family and her beloved dog, Max. Without her family there to help, how will she stay focused when...


Froonga Planet

by Bryan W. Fields & Kevan Atteberry

Frazz and Grunfloz are a pair of bumbling aliens who are happy to have escaped Earth with their lives and plenty of delicious froonga. Then an evil commander seizes control of their ship. Suddenly Earth is in...


Write Naked

by Peter Gould

Sixteen-year-old Victor, a thoughtful loner who tries to live his life “under the radar,” wants to test out the saying “You have to be naked to write.” When he sneaks off with an old Royal typewriter...


Frame-up on the Bowery

by Tom Lalicki

During Yuletide 1911, a brutal Midtown murder shocks the denizens of New York City. After a mutual friend is wrongly accused of being the killer, young sleuth Nate Fuller, along with his famous mentor Harry...


Deep in the Heart of High School

by Veronica Goldbach

Vanna Reynolds was popular and happy back in Plano, Texas, but now she lives with her mother in a tiny apartment in San Antonio. How can she start her freshman year as a complete nobody? Fatima Garcia does well...


Hummingbird

by Kimberly Greene Angle

Twelve-year-old March Anne Tanner’s life is tied to the simple rhythms and cycles of the watermelon farm in Jubilee, Georgia, that she has grown up on. Thanks to Grenna, her grandmother and surrogate mother,...


Running the Dogs

by Thomas Cochran

Talmidge Cotton's daddy is the kind of person who believes Christmas presents are for Christmas, not two days before. So on the day before Christmas Eve, Tal still isn't sure he'll get what he wants most: the...


Andrew Lost #13: In the Garbage

by J.C. Greenburg & Jan Gerardi

Andrew, Judy, and Thudd have time-traveled out of an ice age only to find themselves shrunk down and tossed out with the garbage! As they get up close and personal with half-eaten hog dogs, soggy pasta, and...


Pirates Drive Buses

by Christopher Morgan & Neil Curtis

"OH, NO," SAID HEIDI.  "IT'S THAT PIRATE AGAIN."  IT SURE IS.  Newly-independent readers will welcome the pirate's return.Billy and Heidi were walking to school when they heard the strangest sound. An odd...


The Story of Jonas

by Maurine F. Dahlberg

Jonas has lived all of his thirteen years on a farm in Missouri, and even though he hears whispers about freedom, he thinks he’ll never try to escape. He knows what happens to slaves who attempt to run away....


Rose by Any Other Name

by Maureen McCarthy

Don'tcha just hate the way you get caught up in stuff without really wanting to? Then it goes a bit further, and suddenly you're one of those jerks you hate because . . . you can't be trusted.  ROSE WANTS...


Blue Like Friday

by Siobhan Parkinson

NOT EVERYONE SEES THE WORLD THROUGH THE SAME LENS.  From the author of Something Invisible comes this funny and poignant novel about the hues of friendship.

Spunky Olivia and eccentric Hal are an unlikely pair....


Anything But Ordinary

by Valerie Hobbs

From the moment their romance begins in eighth grade, Winifred and Bernie are individualists. They pride themselves on being different, and have each other for support through the tough years of high school....


The Devil's Other Storybook

by Natalie Babbitt

The Devil is back, just as full of vanity and other human feelings as he was in Natalie Babbitt's first collection, The Devil's Storybook.