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  • Rosco the Rascal and the Holiday Lights

    by Shana Gorian
    James’ and Mandy's neighborhood has taken first place in the holiday lights Best Block contest. But will Rosco’s attempts to help, wreak havoc and wreck Opening Night? And will Mandy’s insistence on working independently be her downfall at the school train parade? Find out in this heartwarming Christmas adventure, the fifth installment in the Rosco the Rascal series.
  • My Little Pine New Life

    by Ryan Morgan
    Struggling to make his way in the world the little pine tree has to decide if he will let a tiny little beetle into his life. This decision could alter his life forever. When he decides to let the beetle in against the advice of the wise tree next to him he is slowly eaten away. But that is not the end for this little pine tree. With the help of a caring carpenter will the pine tree recover? Will he feel whole again?
  • I Can Be A Superhero During A Lockdown

    by Rachel Tepfer Copeland

    (Pre K and Up) Listen to your teacher, Be quiet as a mouse and Stay still as a statue. These are the important Superhero jobs children will learn inside the gentle and engaging book I Can Be A Superhero During A Lockdown.  Everyone has a Superhero inside waiting to be discovered... learn how to discover yours!

     

     

  • Because I Wanted To Play With You

    by Tamiko Pettee
    Based on a true story, award-winning writer Tamiko Pettee crafts this charming tale of true friendship that inspires both parents and children to consider how our use of digital devices can affect our relationships. Jake Hedgehog is a boy who loves to play with his friends. He becomes sad and lonely when he discovers that his best friend, Sam is more interested in his phone than in playing with him. Jake takes desperate measures to remedy the situation and ends up jeopardizing their friendshi... more
  • You Weren't With Me

    by Chandra Ghosh Ippen
  • The Black Fox of Beckham

    by David L Heaney

    A black fox, a Roma gypsy widow, and a fourteen-year-old girl on the autism spectrum discover and befriend one another in the village of Beckham where fox hunting has been a way of life for centuries. The three improbable friends learn that being different doesn’t leave you powerless as they prepare to challenge a sport they believe is senseless and cruel. TTHE BLACK FOX OF BECKHAM is a tale for young adult readers about reckless superstitions fueled by prejudice, a desire to win a... more

  • The Green Soldier

    by J. Edward Gore
    John Gore is eighteen years old in 1862 rural Kentucky. He has struggled his entire life with stuttering and the ridicule associated with it. Unable to speak well, he has focused on writing. Seeing the opportunity for advancement in the military—and with it, respect—John joins the Union army. Unfortunately, his stuttering prevents him from warning a friend of an enemy attack and John watches his friend die. He is racked with guilt and the fear that others saw him fail at the key moment . . . a f... more
  • Ellie's Car Kindergarten

    by Lee Zee
    Can stuffed elephants go to kindergarten, too? Sammie takes Ellie, her stuffed elephant lovey, everywhere. But stuffed animals can’t come to Sammie’s kindergarten. Sammie and Ellie are afraid to spend their first day apart until they learn that Ellie gets to go to her very own kindergarten in Mama’s car. In car kindergarten, Ellie works on counting, writing her letters and sounding out words. She has lunch in the cafeteria, and enjoys art, P.E., music and recess. And, just like in Sammie’s ki... more
  • The Attack Baby

    by Rebecca Paulsen
    A baby, with the help of her two ninja warrior brothers, goes up against a bear. This book is meant to be read together with lots of laughter.
  • Surprise, I Have 3 Eyes!: A Children's Book about Awakening Inner Vision

    by Jenine Lori
    Joey and his magical friends are on a journey through the enchanted forest as he uncovers how to see through his third eye. But Joey will soon find out that not everyone believes that this magic is possible. Joeys' friends will teach him that perceiving reality uniquely and holding on to his beliefs no matter how unusual is the key to understanding the power of creation.  The book focuses on building self-confidence, imagination and teaching acceptance for being different while embracing the ... more
  • Nana Doesn't Know Me

    by Donna M. Dube
    What is a girl to do when all her plans for a perfect summer are changed overnight? Why does everyone around her exhibit such confusing behavior? My Name is Cally is a story about a girl, her parents, and her grandmother who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. It’s about a child’s upheaval, fear and confusion, and ultimately how the family comes together to care for their loved one with kindness, love, and dignity. Tenderly told from the first-person perspective of a child, by an experienced Alzhe... more
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    by Andrew Andrews
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  • Levels

    by T. L. Scott
    When you board an elevator you do so as an act of faith. You have faith that when the doors open you will be when you intended to be. For Jake that is not always the case. He is with his dad in Wentley's department store. They, as well as their fellow passengers, find themselves in a place that is not the same when the elevator doors open. Jake has to find control of his new power and team up with his fellow travelers. He has to stay alive long enough to find his way back to his mother. In this... more
  • Home on the Rocking R Ranch

    by Connie Perez
    Join Rusty, Rosie and Raspberry on their ranch adventures! Grab your boots and spurs and don t forget your cowboy hat, as Connie Perez gives young readers a glimpse of ranch life through colorful illustrations and western adventures. This children s picture book introduces the day-to-day activities of life over the course of a year on a working cattle ranch in northeastern New Mexico, from the birth of calves to their transport to market.
  • i am Elephant, i am Butterfly

    by Leslie Tall Manning
    When sixteen-year-old Simone Wheeler is accepted into the elite Camp Kamama--a place of self-discovery for the morbidly obese--she instantly despises the food rations, obstacle course, and powwows, where each girl must stand in front of her peers to expose her darkest secrets. But the Appalachian Mountains are shrouded in mystery, and Camp Kamama's rules will soon be the least of Simone's worries. While meditating beneath an old tree in the woods, Simone unearths a secret diary belonging to a be... more
  • The Great Wall Bernard Sees

    by Connie Du
    “The Great Wall is like an ancient dragon, winding gracefully across the high mountain ridges. The beautiful dragon is so powerful and so long that the little boy can’t see the beginning or the end of it. He stands so tall and high above the world, feeling the amazing dragon flying beneath his feet. The wind blows and gently touches his face, sending him warm greetings from the ancient time…” As a symbol of China, the Great Wall has stood for more than two thousand years to protect the ancien... more

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