Juvenile & Young Adult / Themes / Family / Multigenerational

Best Selling / Page 3

icon Subscribe to feed

Browse

Best Selling

New Releases

Awards

 

Category

Delete Multigenerational

 

Age

Early childhood (0)

Beginner reader (1)

Advanced reader (0)

Teen (0)

Young adult (0)

 

Price

All

Free

Below $ 5

$ 5 - $ 10

$ 10 - $ 15

Delete Price range

From :
To :
OK

 

Language

English (205)

French (5)

German (0)

Spanish (12)

Italian (3)

 

Protection

All (205)

DRM Free (8)

DRM (197)

More options

Tortilla Sun

by Jennifer Cervantes

When twelve-year-old Izzy discovers a beat-up baseball marked with the words "Because magic" while unpacking in yet another new apartment, she is determined to figure out what it means. What secrets does this...


Orchards

by Holly Thompson

Winner of the APALA Asian/Pacific American Award for Young Adult Literature

An ALA-YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults Book

After a classmate commits suicide, Kana Goldberg—a half-Japanese, half-Jewish American—wonders...


Knightley and Son

by Rohan Gavin

The once highly in-demand detective Alan Knightley has just woken up after an unexplained incident kept him asleep for four years. While he was out cold, his son, Darkus, took it upon himself to read of all...


Painting the Rainbow

by Amy Gordon

It's 1965, and during their annual month-long reunion at their grandparents' lake house, thirteen-year-old Holly and her cousin Ivy accidentally discover hidden family letters and drawings dating back to World...


Traitor

by Andy McNab & Robert Rigby

Danny Watts' grandfather, Fergus, was a Deniable Operator in the SAS before he was betrayed, imprisoned, and falsely denounced as a traitor. Now Fergus has escaped, but the real traitor is determined to silence...


How to Babysit a Grandma

by Jean Reagan & Lee Wildish

New York Times bestseller

When you babysit a grandma, if you're lucky . . . it's a sleepover at her house! And with the useful tips found in this book, you're guaranteed to become an expert grandma-sitter...


Tell Us We're Home

by Marina Budhos

Jaya is from Trinidad, Maria is from Mexico, and Lola is from Slovakia. The girls couldn’t be more different, except for two things: They’re all the daughters of maids and nannies in their prosperous suburban...


The House on the Gulf

by Margaret Peterson Haddix

[If only] Bran would stop acting weird....Probably he had a perfectly reasonable explanation for everything.

I just couldn't imagine what it would be.

When Britt's older brother, Bran, lands a summer job house-sitting...


Unleashed: The Lives of White House Pets

by The Kennedy Center, Ard Hoyt & Ronald Kidd

Alongside the politicians and dignitaries, some crazy pets have lived in the White House. From John Quincy Adams' pet alligator all the way to Bo Obama, first families have always been open to four legged friends....


Teddy Roosevelt and the Treasure of Ursa Major

by The Kennedy Center, Ard Hoyt & Ronald Kidd

Imagine if you lived in the White House! The first book centers around three of Theodore Roosevelt's children, Kermit, Ethel and Archie. Their mother is away and they are left in the charge of a comical nanny...


The Other Side of Dark

Agatha Award for Best Children's/Young Adult Mystery 2010

by Sarah Smith

Katie Mullens is known as the weird kid. Dead dad. Dead mom. Loner. Maybe crazy. Always drawing in her sketch pad, and she talks to herself—or at least that’s what it looks like. But Katie is talking to...


The Cherry Blossom 2-Book Bundle: When the Cherry Blossoms Fell / Cherry Blossom Winter

by Jennifer Maruno

Sent to a small interior BC community during the Second World War, through hardship Japanese Canadian girl Michiko adapts to a new way of life and gains a new appreciation of her family and culture.


Yesterday's Santa and the Chanukah Miracle

by Sarah Hartt-Snowbell & Patty Gallinger

Annie can't believe her eyes! The "Santa" in the mall looks so much like her grandfather's friend, Simon. A Jewish Santa?


The Great Laundry Adventure

by Margie Rutledge

The Lawrence family (three children, one dog, one cat and two parents) has a crisis on its hands - too much laundry and no place to put it. Are the thirteen baskets they buy in the mysterious shop in the market...


The Path Through the Trees

by Peggy Dymond Leavey

Thirteen-year-old Norah Bingham and her mother plan to spend Christmas in the country with Norah's great-aunt. Great-aunt Caroline has many secrets. Among them is the identity of the boy Norah sees in the backyard....


Help Wanted: Wednesdays Only

by Peggy Dymond Leavey

Thirteen-year-old Mark Rogers knew that his Grandpa Luigi had Alzheimer's but he hadn't counted on it turning his life upside-down. He doesn't know, however, how strange Grandpa's behaviour has become or that...


Dream Dad

by Holly Haggarty

Willa has never known her father. In fact, her mother has refused to tell the eight-year-old anything at all about him. A substitute teacher's request that the class draw pictures of their dads for a Father's...


The Ghost of Northumberland Strait

by Lori Knutson

The day Charly and her friends break into the abandoned, weather-greyed house on Northumberland Strait, she becomes fascinated by its history and the presence she feels in and around the premises. Who is the...


Notes from a Liar and Her Dog

by Gennifer Choldenko

Living in a family with two perfect sisters and parents who just don't get her, Ant MacPherson finds it easier to lie. After all, the only one who appreciates her is her dog, Pistachio. But when a concerned...


Dicey's Song

by Cynthia Voigt

The Newbery-winning novel in Cynthia Voigt’s timeless Tillerman cycle.

When Momma abandoned Dicey Tillerman and her three siblings in a mall parking lot and was later traced to an asylum where she lay unrecognizing,...