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Practice Makes Perfect

by Melanie Spring

Behind every squad, there's a story.

It's spring semester at Northside High and the girls of the JV cheer squad are trying out for next fall. The pressure is on as Chloe, Devin, Kate, and Emily practice Varsity-level...


Amber Brown Horses Around

by Paula Danziger, Bruce Coville & Elizabeth Levy

The most colorful chapter-book character is going to camp!

Amber Brown is one happy camper. She and her best friend, Justin, are spending the summer at Camp Cushetunk. Learning to ride Cinnamon, the sweetest...


Rodeo Snow

by Pat Rhoades

The only thing not ordinary about fifteen-year-old Eugene "Gene" Snow is his nerd name-he's named after a peacenik politician his pathetically earnest parents admired. When some street skaters nickname him Rodeo,...


Always a Catch

by Peter Richmond

A ripped-from-the-headlines story about teens and steroids.

From a New York Times bestselling sports writer comes the story of one boy's quest to stay true to himself without letting down his team. Jack and...


Necessary Roughness

by Marie G. Lee

Chan Kim has never felt like an outsider in his life. That is, not until his family moves from L.A. to a tiny town in Minnesota--Land of 10,000 Lakes--and probably 10,000 hicks,too. The Kims are the only Asian...


Double or Nothing

by Belle Payton

In the third book of the It Takes Two series, Alex runs for class president and Ava tries out for the football team. Can both twins win?

It’s school election time, and Alex is determined not to let a small...


Nerd Camp

by Elissa Brent Weissman

Pack your sleeping bag, grab your calculator, and celebrate geekdom with this humorous and empowering middle grade novel by the acclaimed author of Standing for Socks. Nerd Camp, here we come!

Ten-year-old Gabe...


Eugene and his Go-Kart Machine, Second Edition: A Tale of a Creative Mouse

by Lynn C. Skinner

Eugene and His Go-Kart Machine is the story of a mouse who is inspired to build himself a go-kart after seeing the neighbor boy driving one. It is designed to encourage creative thinking, problem solving and...


Fakie

by Tony Varrato

Alex Miller can't forget the things he has seen, and neither can the man he helped put in jail. No matter how often the Witness Relocation Program changes their identities, Alex and his mother must keep running...


Badminton Revisited: An Anecdotal History

by Julian Seaman

Julian Seaman first went to Badminton as an autograph-hunting fan in the 1960s. He later decided to become a competitor. In his first year, his horse became lame. Year two, he completed the dressage in a rainstorm...


Billy Slater 4: Chip and Chase

by Patrick Loughlin, Billy Slater & Nahum Ziersch

A junior fiction series for boys about a local boys' rugby league team who get special coaching and advice from star NRL player Billy Slater. Liam is the captain of the West Hill Ravens, and the heart and soul...


Billy Slater 3: Show and Go

by Patrick Loughlin, Billy Slater & Nahum Ziersch

A junior fiction series for boys about a local boys' rugby league team who get special coaching and advice from star NRL player Billy Slater. Corey is one of the best players on team and everyone knows it, especially...


Hoops

by Walter Dean Myers

An ALA-YALSA Best Book for Young Adults

New Bonus Content:

-Q&A with Walter Dean Myers

-Q&A with screenwriter John Ballard

-Teaser chapter from On a Clear Day

-Excerpt from 145th Street

All eyes are on seventeen-year-old...


Gone Fishing: A novel in verse

by Tamera Will Wissinger & Matthew Cordell

Join nine-year-old Catfish Sam as he captures a day of adventure in his net—and in verse—in this unique middle grade novel told through poems and comic illustrations.


Antonia and the Big Competition: The Rosenburg Riding Stables, Volume 2

by Elisabeth Zöller, Brigitte Kolloch & Betina Gotzen-Beek

Antonia’s greatest love is riding horses. So it’s no surprise that her dream is to become a successful show jumper. But when her riding instructor presents an opportunity for Antonia to realize her dream...


I Can Be a Gymnast (Barbie)

by Kristen L. Depken

Girls ages 4 to 6 who love gymnastics will love reading about Barbie as she competes at a gymnastic championship in this Step into Reading leveled reader.


Ninja Boy Goes to School

by N.D. Wilson

From N. D. Wilson, bestselling author of the 100 Cupboards series, comes this funny and adventurous picture-book debut. It’s time for kindergarten, and a young boy is prepared for the task, thanks to his unflinching...


Danger at the Fair

by Peg Kehret

Ellen and Corey Streater from Terror at the Zoo and Horror at the Haunted House continue their adventures at a county fair. While chasing a pickpocket, Corey and Ellen wander into the River of Fear ride where...


Head of the River

by Pip Harry

Nine rowers, 2,000 grueling yards, and one chance for glory

 

Tall, naturally talented, and the offspring of Olympians, superstar siblings Leni and Cristian Popescu are set to row Harley Grammar to victory...


Jackie Robinson

by Herb Dunn & Meryl Henderson

THE CHILDHOODS OF FAMOUS AMERICANS SERIES

One of the most popular series ever published for young Americans, these classics have been praised alike by parents, teachers, and librarians. With these lively inspiring,...