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Serpent Never Sleeps

by Scott O'Dell

Pocahontas and early Jamestown are brought to life through the eyes of the Newbery Award winner's latest historical heroine.


Journey of Oliver K. Woodman

by Darcy Pattison & Joe Cepeda

How does a wooden man make it all the way across the country? With a lot of help from lots of friendly people! Join him on an unforgettable trip across the USA.


Help Wanted: Stories

by Gary Soto

With real wit and heart, Gary Soto takes readers into the lives of young people in ten funny, heartbreaking tales.

    Meet Carolina, who writes to Miss Manners for help not just with etiquette but with bigger...


Facts of Life: Stories

by Gary Soto

A collection of short stories that captures the humor and poignance of growing up


Tangled Threads: A Hmong Girl's Story

by Pegi Deitz Shea

For the Hmong people living in overcrowded refugee camps in Thailand, America is a dream: the land of peace and plenty. In 1995, ten years after their arrival at the camp, thirteen-year-old Mai Yang and her...


Mosque

by David Macaulay

Following in the tradition he established with Cathedral: The Story of Its Construction and in the many books he has published in the thirty years since, David Macaulay provides explanations of the how and the...


The Ink-Keeper's Apprentice

by Allen Say

Based on Allen Say’s own boyhood in Japan, The Ink-Keeper’s Apprentice is a rich and remarkable novel. The story of a budding artist and his steps toward self-reliance, Kiyoi’s tale is also one of the...


The Kite Fighters

by Linda Sue Park

In a riveting narrative set in fifteenth-century Korea, two brothers discover a shared passion for kites. Kee-sup can craft a kite unequaled in strength and beauty, but his younger brother, Young-sup, can fly...


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...


Ghost Town

by Richard W. Jennings

Spencer Adams Honesty may be the last best hope for Paisley, Kansas—and for lonely kids everywhere.

Spencer Honesty and his mom are the last people left in Paisley, except for Chief Leopard Frog, Spence’s...


Sources of Light

by Margaret McMullan

Margaret McMullan, the acclaimed author of How I Found the Strong, and When I Crossed No-Bob, delivers a masterfully crafted novel about photography, tragedy, romance, racism, and family set in the segregated...


Paper Daughter

by Jeanette Ingold

After her father's mysterious death, up-and-coming journalist Maggie Chen must sift through her family's secretive past.  What she finds may have been easier left uncovered, as she confronts her ethnicity and...


Far from Gringo Land

by Edward Myers

Building a house by hand is only one of the challenges Rick faces in this novel of self-discovery.


The Other Side of Blue

by Valerie O. Patterson

Cyan was named after a shade of blue, her artist mother's favorite color. The color of the sea. Since her father's death last year, she’s felt just as mercurial and dark as her namesake, and the distance between...


The Afterlife

by Gary Soto

You'd think a knife in the ribs would be the end of things, but for Chuy, that's when his life at last gets interesting. He finally sees that people love him, faces the consequences of his actions, finds in...


Archer's Quest

by Linda Sue Park

Award-winning novelist Linda Sue Park has created a funny and suspenseful adventure, incorporating intriguing bits of Korean history and lore, that will captivate even reluctant readers and will add to her audience...


Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy

by Gary D. Schmidt

It only takes a few hours for Turner Buckminster to start hating Phippsburg, Maine. No one in town will let him forget that he's a minister's son, even if he doesn't act like one. But then he meets Lizzie Bright...


Thunder Rolling in the Mountains

by Scott O'Dell

This powerful account of the tragic defeat of the Nez Perce Indians in 1877 by the United States Army is narrated by Chief Joseph's strong and brave daughter.


The Sweet Life

by Rebecca Lim

Rome - city of style, culture, food, music and romance. But is someone sinister stalking Janey Gordon during her Italian adventure?

Janey couldn't wait to see her friends' faces. Imagine, she thought. I have...


Nikki and Deja: The Newsy News Newsletter

by Karen English & Laura Freeman

There's so much happening on Fulton Street, you'd need a newsletter to keep on top of all the action . . . and Nikki and Deja are just the girls to write it!