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  • Item #: 024466
    ISBN: 9780689846236
    Retail: $9.99
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  • Item #: 019908
    ISBN: 9780020449317
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    Winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 1939. Set in the backwoods of Florida, it's the story of lonely 12-year-old Jody Baxter's relationship with his father, his love for his pet fawn, and his passage from boyhood to manhood.

  • Item #: 009319
    ISBN: 9781586093877
    Retail: $24.99
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  • Item #: 007300
    ISBN: 9780440402831
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    1950 Newbery Medal winner. Set in medieval England, a young boy named Robin desires to learn the ways of knighthood, but falls ill and loses the use of his legs. A kindly monk shows him how even someone who cannot walk is needed.

  • Item #: 013786
    ISBN: 9780440406945
    Retail: $19.99
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    Newly expanded edition includes an exclusive behind the scenes look at the book's creation, a biography of the life and work of Ingri and Edgar D'Aulaire, sketches from the authors' personal notebooks and photos from their family album.

    Golden fleece, titans, and muses, oh my! This is a very thorough collection of ancient Greek myths accompanied by artful pencil drawings in color and black and white.

    Starting with Gaea and Uranus (Earth and sky), stories are chronological to the Titans, Zeus and his descendants. Supporting characters are also given their due. Children will read about Hera, Hades, Persephone, Pandora, Centaurs, Orpheus, the Gorgon, King Midas, Oedipus, and more.

    The tales are written for children to understand. Add this book to a unit study of ancient Greece, the seven wonders of the ancient world, the Mediterranean region, or even as a study of ancient religions. Compare their beliefs with modern ones. ~Sara

  • Item #: 048052
    ISBN: 9781101937600
    Retail: $31.96
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    Includes: The Penderwicks, The Penderwicks on Gardam Street, The Penderwicks at Point Mouette, and Penderwicks in Spring.
  • Item #: 013075
    ISBN: 9780375847530
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    When Omri puts a toy Indian in an old medicine cabinet, it comes to life. What begins as fun turns out to have serious repercussions.

  • Item #: 048572
    ISBN: 9780440415947
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  • Item #: 022564
    ISBN: 9780440415299
    Retail: $5.99
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    Eleven-year-old Margo Bandini is part of a proud family of Italian immigrants. Like so many families living in Depression-era America, the Bandinis have fallen on hard times. They're about to lose their house! Margo is determined to find a way to save the family home, so she writes to First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Will she be able to help the Bandinis? Based on a true story. By C. Coco De Young. 105 pgs, pb.
  • Item #: 003483
    ISBN: 9780375800665
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    In this endearing tale by the author of Babe, the human and mouse worlds musically interact. Born near a marvelous piano, the runt of the litter is named after the author of a piece of sheet music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mouse (Wolf on a daily basis). The house’s human is a gifted pianist and Wolf is gifted with song. Will they create music together? And can a mouse save Mrs. Honeybee? Proof that though you are small, you can accomplish great deeds. A literature choice for Lightning Literature, grade 2. 67 pp, sc. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 002405
    ISBN: 9780440408307
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    From the author of "Goodnight Moon," Margaret Wise Brown, comes the tale of a little island and how it is always changing with the seasons. One day a little cat comes to the island for a picnic and learns a secret.

  • Item #: 009675
    ISBN: 9780385382946
    Retail: $7.99
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       Kenny was relieved when his parents suggested his older brother, the genuine “juvenile delinquent,” Byron, spend the summer with his grandmother in Birmingham. No one could have foreseen that this trip would make them witness the hotbed of the Civil Rights’ movement and the burning of the 16th Ave Baptist Church. This engaging tale swings from amusement to solemn realism as Kenny learns more about himself, his family and the society that is clamoring for change right before his eyes. Includes a 16-page full-color photo insert from the Hallmark Channel movie. Newberry and Coretta Scott King honor awards winner. 210 pgs, pb. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 000670
    ISBN: 9780440402152
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    This books tell the life story of Sacagawea. In a story-telling tone, the book shares info about her childhood, growth, main achievements, personal events, and how she spent the last years of her life. A lot of the info is shared from that her perspective, and the interesting text and short chapters make reading about her a joy. Several black and white illustrations and a timeline of Sacagawea's life is also included. Approximately 100 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: YRLSET
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  • Item #: 070993
    ISBN: 9780385736060
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  • Item #: 070562
    ISBN: 9780553154689
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  • Item #: 070561
    ISBN: 9780553155600
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  • Item #: 070560
    ISBN: 9780553155464
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  • Item #: 067779
    ISBN: 9780553511260
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      Jacob Tibbs is a cat, and the runt of the litter, to boot. He lives on a ship with his mother (Mrs. Tibbs) who has a stellar reputation as a ratter. Their adventure across the Atlantic in the 1840s is exciting! The story is about Jacob’s world, including the sailors on board the Melissa Rae. While this makes for a great family or classroom read-aloud, there are some topics to note: death of people and animals, talk of slave ships, someone with scars on their back, scary storms and rats. It’s a must-read for animal lovers, especially those of us who love our cats. Did you know ship cats could predict the weather? By author Cylin Busby. 266 pgs, pb. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 063716
    ISBN: 9780440407591
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  • Item #: 061639
    ISBN: 9780767521826
    Retail: $16.95
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  • Item #: 049958
    ISBN: 9780553482973
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  • Item #: 049955
    ISBN: 9780553485172
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  • Item #: 049953
    ISBN: 9780553158519
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  • Item #: 048703
    ISBN: 9780307931474
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     Fun and engaging story about a young boy who gets invited to the grand opening of a new library, only to discover that he is not permitted to leave without first solving a series of challenging riddles. The story includes plenty of mystery, and no small amount of comedy, as a teenager named Kyle gets caught in the web of a library designer who also happens to be a game maker! Readers will have to use their brains if they want to help Kyle escape from perhaps the craziest library in the world. 290 pgs, pb. ~ Mike

  • Item #: 044799
    ISBN: 9780375838828
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  • Item #: 041642
    ISBN: 9780440411840
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    This historical fiction novel tells the story of 13-year-old Pierre, a boy from Montreal in 1800. Pierre's father is injured, and Pierre is forced to take over his job so his family can survive the cold Canadian winter. Pierre becomes a voyageur for the North West Company and must canoe a shipment of furs to Grand Portage and back again. Conditions are harsh with treacherous waters, bloodied hands, and the men's cruel teasing over the 2400 mile trip through the French Canadian wilderness. This adventurous coming-of-age story is well-written and focuses on an obscure aspect of Canadian history. By William Durbin, 164 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 040869
    ISBN: 9780440238003
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    Dina is so jealous! Her older sister, Katharina, has been invited by her uncle in America to come and live with his family. America seems so exciting and exotic compared to the drudgery of the sewing in her family's tiny shop in Breisach, Germany. And with the war against France going on, Dina is trapped indoors, which of course means more sewing! One day after sneaking across the river to trade patterns with her friend, she is mistaken as a spy and hunted by the German army. With no place to hide her, Mother and Katharina decide to send Dina to America instead. Dina sets off for America, sure that she is done sewing forever. When she arrives, her uncle is shocked by the substitution, and because Dina is not old enough to go into service as a maid, he decides that she must take in sewing to support herself. Tired of sewing, she rebels, but when things get rocky, she sews just to earn enough money to earn her passage back home. Through trials and a little bit of luck, she eventually begins to find her place – and possibly even a career in Brooklyn. And maybe, just maybe, it involves sewing. 148 pgs, pb; by Patricia Reilly Giff.

  • Item #: 040845
    ISBN: 9781586096038
    Retail: $21.99
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  • Item #: 037769
    ISBN: 9780449816806
    Retail: $7.99
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