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Bullies & Warriors

by Tim Tipene

Going to school is a misery for Sean. Whatever he does to avoid the school bully, Mark Thomas and his mates always catch up with him. Then the students join Warrior Kids, a programme that teaches leadership...

The swan

by Roald Dahl

Un racconto che commuove e toglie il fiato anche agli stomaci forti, opponendo al bullismo e alla forza bruta di due ragazzi stupidi e crudeli il riscatto della loro vittima. Peter Watson, adolescente disarmato...

Zero Fade

by Chris L Terry

Chris L. Terry's debut young adult novel Zero Fade chronicles eight days in the life of inner-city Richmond, Virginia teen Kevin Phifer as he deals with wack haircuts, bullies, last-year fly gear, his uncle...

Step by Step

by Virginia Russell

On an icy evening in December, Kimberley Jamieson?s world is shattered by a careless drunk driver who skids into her mother?s car. In the three months since the accident, Kim has turned away from her old pursuits...

Beginning Again

by Mary Beacock Fryer

Beginning Again is a sequel to Escape: Adventures of a Loyalist Family, Mary Beacock Fryer?s historical novel for ten to fourteen-year-olds. This new work chronicles the lives of the Seamans as they make a new...

Kumak's River

by Bania

In the Arctic, before winter gives way to buds and flowers, breakup occurs?the moment when the ice of a frozen river suddenly breaks apart in a spectacular sight and sound show. Massive chunks of ice crunch...

Groucho's Eyebrows: An Alaskan Cat Tale

by Brown & Lavallee

Groucho?s name is obvious to Kristie when she names her new kitten. He?s as white as a cloud everywhere except for those two black smudges above his eyes. What other name could she have given him? Kristie and...

When the Cherry Blossoms Fell: A Cherry Blossom Book

by Jennifer Maruno

Short-listed for the 2012 Pacific Northwest Young Readers Choice Award and for the 2011 Hackmatack Children?s Choice Award

Nine-year-old Michiko Minagawa bids her father good-bye before her birthday celebration....

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...

The Everbrown’s

by CoBrandy H Woods

The book explores the journey of a spiritual, educated, African American Family raising five children.The EverBrowns provide great insight as they model leadership through servitude. Embracing the power of Faith,...

The Adventures of Eli and Jake

by Hoffman,Linda

The Adventures of Eli and Jake begins with the boys moving to their new house and Buddy the Dog and Doolie the Cat making a new friend, Squeaky the Mouse. While having great fun with Buddy, Doolie, and Squeaky,...

The Gneasels and the Terrible Scosler

by Diltz,Linda

The gneasel sisters enjoyed swimming for hours in the birdbath and flitting around the backyard. Although most days were happy and carefree, just beyond the fence lurked the neighborhood bully, the terrible...

Philly, Isaac, and Gus Swinefeld

by Charla Buford Bunker

Relish a new spin on an old fable by visiting Montana's Lewis and Clark National forest where they have pigs, wolves, and their own version of what really happened to the whimsical little pig brothers. Philly,...

Iced Out

by Ck Smouha & Isabella Bunnell

Warm colors brighten frigid waters in this humorous tale about standing out, fitting in, and staying cool. -- FOREWORD REVIEWS This is an appealing read-aloud that can be used to generate discussion about classroom...

Angel Tots

by Grant,Brie

We love our little angel children! But are we always aware of some of the little things they go through on a daily basis? Children are really little versions of big people. They are full of wonder, emotions,...

Sora and the Cloud

by Felicia Hoshino

A curious child hops on a friendly cloud and has a magical journey flying through the sky. Features delightful watercolors and a bilingual Japanese translation.

Once a baby, now Sora is a boy who explores...

The Dogs

by Allan Stratton

Cameron and his mom have been on the run for five years. His father is hunting them. At least, that?s what Cameron?s been told.

When they settle in an isolated farmhouse, Cameron starts to see and hear things...

The Forgotten Crime

by Marlon Pante

Jack is a normal fourteen year old kid. Jack has different...parents. He was adopted to a family when he was four months old. Normal kids get bullied at school, Jack has a bully. He has been bullied since first...

Oh Well, Maybe Next Time

by Ina Wenzler

Oh Well, Maybe Next Time is a gentle way of saying, ?no.? It teaches children to understand disappointment with hope that it will work the next time. Ina has used this phrase with her own children, her students...

The Little Girl with Yellow Hair

by Kim Laforet

Kids are curious, wondering about all sorts of things that sometimes parents have a hard time explaining.

Enjoy the simple explanation of differing skin colors from a Mimi to her granddaughter that makes a sometimes...