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No Castles Here

By: A.C.E. Bauer

AUGIE BORETSKI KNOWS how to get by. If you're a scrawny loser in the destitute city of Camden, New Jersey, you keep your head down, avoid the drug dealers and thugs, and try your best to be invisible....

Harley's Ninth

By: Cat Bauer

Sixteen-year-old Harley Columba knows that October 9th won't be an ordinary day. At 8:00 a.m. she stands on the pier and gazes at the Statue of Liberty, framed by the morning sun and the fading moon. This...

King of the Creeps

By: Steven Banks

Tom is an undersized nerd with an oversized nose. He’s got frizzy hair and glasses. He’s the flag monitor. He knows it—he’s a creep. What girl will ever like him?The answer, my...


Down a Sunny Dirt Road

By: Stan and Jan Berenstain
illustrated by: the authors

Once upon a time, in Mrs. Sweeney’s first year drawing class at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art, a “lantern-jawed exotic” named Stan admired the drawing of a brown-haired,...

No Castles Here

By: A.C.E. Bauer

AUGIE BORETSKI KNOWS how to get by. If you're a scrawny loser in the destitute city of Camden, New Jersey, you keep your head down, avoid the drug dealers and thugs, and try your best to be invisible....

The Fortune of Carmen Navarro

By: Jen Bryant

Carmen Navarro rings up customers at the Quikmart, bored to tears. It’s a job, and she needs it. But Carmen’s true love is music: she dropped out of high school to sing with the Gypsy Lovers...


Matisse on the Loose

By: Georgia Bragg

A kid. A famous painting. A cool moment. A prison sentence?Have you ever done something you shouldn’t have? But you’re a good person and you don’t think that it’s going to cause...

Pieces of Georgia

By: Jen Bryant

Like her mother, Georgia McCoy is an artist, but her dad looks away whenever he sees her with a sketchbook. Sometimes it’s hard to remember what it was like when her mother was still alive . . ....

The Paint Brush Kid

By: Clyde Robert Bulla

In the sequel to The Chalk Box Kid, Gregory’s friend Uncle Pancho is in trouble. The city wants to build a highway right where his house is. They will have to tear it down! Then Gregory has an idea....