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  • The Best Kept Secret

    by Wendi Nunnery
    In high school, everyone has their secrets. Even well-brought-up Emma Fraser. Emma’s sophomore year started out all wrong. First, her best friend Andy confessed to losing his virginity in the back seat of a car, leaving Emma all alone in the V-Club. Then the rest of her friends got weird and, suddenly, Emma found herself feeling like a stranger. Now, struggling to find her new place, Emma wonders if things could get any worse. When Deegan Burke, a rich, gorgeous senior, asks Emma to be his date ... more
  • The Year That Spring Didn't Come

    by Merry Spence
    Charley and Frances are best friends, and always together in the spring. When Frances is badly hurt, Charley cannot imagine the spring without her. Its a story about friendship and loyalty, and the simple joys of childhood.
  • The Adventures of Frank and Mustard: Stuck in the Mud

    by Simon Calcavecchia
    Frank, a dog with wheels for back legs, get's stuck in the mud. Thankfully, his buddy Mustard comes to the rescue by asking for help and using teamwork to get Frank out of the mud..
  • PEE WEE THE CHRISTMAS TREE

    by George Wells

    A little tree grew up on a tree farm and because he was in the shadows of the larger trees, Pee Wee did not grow as big as all his friends. Because of his size the tree cutters laughed at him and gave him the name "Pee Wee".   One day Pee Weee was cut  down and taken to be sold at the Christmas Tree lot.  Why he was chosen we do not know.  But again Pee Wee was overlooked and lhe was sad once more.  When it looked hopeless Pee Wee heard some children sh... more

  • The Friend Garden

    by Kim Black
    The Friend Garden, a Children's Book by Kim Black and Ana Buckmaster and illustrated by Nina Byerly. New town, new school, new friends? this could be a very overwhelming week for one shy girl. And when she tries hiding from the world by staying in her room, her grandma suggests the strangest remedy?gardening.What does gardening have to do with friendship? Find out by taking a stroll in The Friend Garden.
  • The Scrub

    by James Norton
    The Scrub unfolds against the backdrop of a snow-bound Paris in 1888 and tells the story of a dyslexic chimney sweep with an extraordinary gift who risks his sanity, his freedom, and his very life to save his little sister. A thrilling adventure, The Scrub is also a heart-warming tale of self-discovery and friendship, of hatred and of love, a story peopled with vivid characters and pungent rogues, in the classic tradition of Les Misérables and Oliver Twist. It is the first book of the Ringbook T... more
  • Good Morning, Chickalina! (The Chickalina Picture Books Book 1)

    by Sonal Panse
    This charming, illustrated book introduces beginner readers to Chickalina, a good little chick who likes to help her parents, Papa Rooster and Mama Hen, whenever possible. In this story, Papa Rooster has a bad cold and something must be done so that he won't miss the Kuk Kudu Ku when the sun rises.
  • Drop the Puck, It’s Hockey Season

    by Jayne. J. Jones Beehler

    “The Official Adventures” is a new children’s chapter book series that teaches the importance of sportsmanship, persistence, discipline, and most importantly respect – for referees, each other, and individuals with special needs.

    The series tells the tale of two brothers, Blaine and Cullen. On and off the ice, they have deep love for the game and also each other! Cullen is the all-star team captain and Blaine, who has Down syndrome, is th... more

  • Where I Belong: A Story About Family...

    by Ellie Morgan
    Where I Belong celebrates the feeling of belonging, after adoption. Some physical traits are passed down to other family members, like grandpa s big ears and those lovely freckles, but that isn t the only way to feel you belong with your family. The book highlights the importance of embracing our differences, and finding joy and humor in every family member s uniqueness. This book will encourage children to ask questions about their own families, adoption and their own sense of belonging.
  • Where Is Robin? USA

    by Robin Barone
    Take flight with the adventurous Robin. Robin is ready to see the USA, and she wants you to join her. Follow her to the Grand Canyon and the Colorado Rockies. Fly over towering skyscrapers and across gigantic bridges and historic landmarks. Have fun exploring and discovering all the wonderful cultures and traditions this land has to offer. She promises you a memorable journey full of learning, laughter, and love. Don't let her fly alone; spread your wings and come along!
  • The Square Black Bear

    by Marc B. Kallman
    It’s a clever, whimsical story told in verse about a young hairless bear that uses creativity and compromise to stay warm during hibernation. As this young bear settles down for the winter, he is proud if his independence, his decisions and himself.
  • Bob & Dod and The Very Bad Idea

    by Kristian Aus
    Welcome to the world of Bob and Dod! They are a pair of fun-loving woolly socks with very different views of the world. Bob is cautious and responsible, while Dod is always happy to do the first thing that pops into his woolly head. Join them on their first adventure as they test the boundaries of their little world. Will they make it through the Bad Idea? Will Bob have a good time even though he is scared of his own shadow? Will Dod learn a valuable lesson?
  • Shepherd, Potter, Spy -- and the Star Namer

    by Peggy Consolver
    In the beginning, alone with his sheep, 12-year-old Keshub, the fifth son of a potter, dreams about life beyond his valley while he practices thrusts and lunges against an unseen enemy with his wooden sword. In the end, Keshub saves the day with a real sword on the day the sun stood still. He hears about the mysterious Hebrew people as kings in Canaan build their armies. When he moves from shepherding to traveling to Jerusalem and Jericho to help sell his family’s pottery, Keshub sees for... more
  • THE PIRATES OF CLONTARF

    by Mary Ann Hart
    Polly O’Brien is a girl of twelve who is deperatly trying to save her father from the clutches of alcoholism. While attending Catholic school in the 1950s, she aspires to write and figure out life’s mysteries without much help from anyone. While living an already frightening existence, she writes a book with the help of a ghost. Polly is visited by a spirit as she starts to pen a tale about the Irish Potato Famine. The phantom helps her to write by relating her own personal Famine story, and o... more
  • Drop the Puck: It's Hockey Season

    by Jayne. J. Jones Beehler
    The Official Adventures Series drops the puck with a tale of two brothers, Blaine and Cullen. On and off the ice, they have a deep love for the game and each other! The brothers are joined by Rylee and Rosee, America's loveable, inspirational, funny, and down-to-earth referees. Together they will steal young readers' hearts. Sharpen your skates and grab your stick! It's time to play hockey!
  • The Toothless Fairy

    by Skeeter Buck
    More than anything, the sad, lonely Toothless Fairy wants a friend to play with, but with her single tooth and face full of warts, she feels unlovable and fears she will scare other kids away. But when Halloween comes around, she notices the kids are not afraid of all the scary costumes. Realizing this might be her chance to make a friend, she comes up with a brilliant plan, and that is how a new Halloween tradition begins.

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