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Not a Chance

by Michelle Mulder

Dian is outraged when her fourteen-year-old Dominican friend announces that she is engaged to be married.


Kickers #4: Game-Day Jitters

by Rich Wallace & Jimmy Holder

Filled with on-the-field soccer scenes, black-and-white artwork, and sports statistics throughout, this short novel—ideal for newly independent readers, athletes, and all sports fans—follows nine-year-old...


The Reinvention of Bessica Lefter

by Kristen Tracy

After an unfortunate incident at the hair salon, Bessica is not allowed to see her best friend, Sylvie. That means she's going to start middle school a-l-o-n-e. Bessica feels like such a loser. She wants friends....


Peace, Baby!

by Linda Ashman & Joanne Lew-Vriethoff

Acclaimed author Linda Ashman gives new meaning to a familiar idea in this tale about intense feelings, compassion, conflict, and resolution. Gentle, clever rhymes illustrate the unpredictable emotions of childhood...


Million-Dollar Horse

by Bonnie Bryant

Money isn't everything . . .

Pine Hollow Stables has a new resident, and while The Saddle Club loves all horses, they aren't impressed by this one. Honey-Pie is a sweet old mare, but there's nothing special about...


Nikki and Deja

by Karen English & Laura Freeman

Meet Nikki and Deja, who live next door to each other and are best friends. They do everything together—watch Saturday morning cartoons, play jacks, jump double dutch at recess, and help each other with their...


Digital Disaster!

by Rachel Wise

When the newspaper staff goes digital, they learn the hard way that backup files are anything but optional.

Cherry Valley Middle School has all-new computers, which means the school newspaper can produce its...


The Heights, the Depths, and Everything in Between

by Sally Nemeth

“[A] satisfying tale of platonic best friends.”—Booklist

It's the 1970s, and Lucy can’t imagine anything worse than being a giant with the last name of Small . . . unless it’s entering junior high:...


Cupcake Chaos

by Carolyn Keene & Macky Pamintuan

Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew are out to find a cupcake culprit!

Spring has sprung in River Heights, along with a brand-new cupcake café! The Lucky Ladybug, run by twin bakers and celebrities Gwendolyn and Carolyn...


Toy Dance Party

by Emily Jenkins & Paul Zelinsky

“A bit like the great movie Toy Story and a bit like the wonderful Kate DiCamillo book The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane. This is a great family book.” —The Washington Post on Toys Go Out, the...


Tutored

by Allison Whittenberg

Wendy Anderson and Hakiam Powell are at opposite ends of the spectrum—the social spectrum, the financial spectrum, the opportunity spectrum, you name it. Wendy lives in an all-white suburb of Philadelphia,...


Road to Tater Hill

by Edith M. Hemingway

Annie struggles with grief after the death of her newborn sister.

Annie can always count on spending summers at her grandparents’. This summer should be even better because Mama is going to have a baby soon....


Eye of the Sun

by Dianne Hofmeyr

In this exciting sequel, Tuthmosis's brother, Amenhotep, struggles with the priests and his power-hungry young wife, Nefertiti. Ta Miu, who helped Tuthmosis and Isikara escape in Eye of the Moon, is now maidservant...


Hiding in Hawk's Creek

by Brenda Chapman

Fourteen-year-old Jennifer cannot face another boring summer at home. She convinces her mother to let her spend July at her grandmother's cottage in Hawk's Creek. But Hawk's Creek holds dark secrets, and Jennifer...


The Last Superhero

by Kristin Butcher

Jas, a Grade Seven boy, puts all his energy into completing artwork for an adventure comic. But when he meets Wren, an eccentric, crusading classmate, his efforts are derailed. When she sees things wrong, she...


Nip and Tuck

by Robert McConnell & James Watling

The parents of beaver kits Nip and Tuck think their offspring are too young to help build the new dam. Nip and Tuck insist that they're old enough to help, but to no avail. One day, when disaster strikes the...


Perfect Pals

by Robert McConnell & June Bradford

Candy, Josie and Buddy are three canine friends whose days are filled with fun and friendship at the local park. But their happy days are threatened when two bullies named Riff and Raff drive them from their...


Pioneer Poltergeist: An Alan Nearing Mystery

by Mel Malton

Something is haunting the Laingford Pioneer Village Park, a mysterious presence that seems determined to get Alan and his two friends in trouble. They are spending the tail-end of the summer working as costumed...


The Drowned Violin: An Alan Nearing Mystery

by Mel Malton

There was something floating in the water ahead of the canoe. It looks dead, whatever it is, someone said. Thats where the mystery begins, and eleven-year-old Alan and his friends are determined to solve it...


Andromeda Klein

by Frank Portman

From Frank Portman, author of the cult classic King Dork that John Green says "will rock your world", comes a novel about Andromeda Klein, who has a few problems of her own.

Her hair is kind of horrible.

Her...