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Absolutely Lucy #4: Lucy on the Ball

By: Ilene Cooper
illustrated by: David Merrell

Ilene Cooper's fourth story of a boy and his beagle takes Bobby and Lucy into the wild playing fields of grade-school soccer.Every kid loves soccer, right? Not Bobby. He likes to watch sports, but he doesn't...

Butterfly Kisses

By: Bob Carlisle and Brooke Carlisle

Plastic Fantastic

By: Simon Cheshire

Fifteen-year-old Dominic is crazy about the pop group Plastic—especially their attractive lead singer. Lisa Voyd is a style goddess, and her voice makes Dominic’s heart melt. He knows every...


Ballerina Bear

By: Shana Corey
illustrated by: Pamela Paparone

From the author of You Forgot Your Skirt, Amelia Bloomer! comes this delightful tale of determination. Bernice loves the ballet more than anything in the whole world. She practices a lot. There’s...

Bookworm

By: Molly Coxe

The True Adventures of Nicolo Zen

By: Nicholas Christopher

A richly detailed historical novel from master storyteller Nicholas Christopher that School Library Journal calls “[A] lush tale of music, magic, and intrigue”!   Nicolò Zen is...


Urban Babies Wear Black

By: Michelle Sinclair Colman
Illustrated by: Nathalie Dion

Infantus urbanus (defn.): Young mammal raised in city environment. Infantus urbanus love nights at the opera, modern architecture, and fine cuisine. Difficult to spot at night due to their penchant for...

Arm in Arm

By: Remy Charlip

Hailed by the New York Times as a rare and original collection of "verbal and visual witticisms...as joyfully illustrated as it is absurd," ARM IN ARM has delighted children—and grown-ups—for...

Heaven's All-Star Jazz Band

By: Don Carter
illustrated by: the author

In a text that grooves and swings with the rhythms of jazz, Don Carter celebrates some of America’s greatest jazz legends.Grandpa Jack loved jazz. He called it “heavenly.” So now that...