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Let There Be Peace on Earth

By: Jill Jackson

Let There Be Peace on Earth and Let It Begin with Me These cherished words have sounded a call for peace the world over since 1955. The song of the same name has echoed through schools and churches,...

Let's Make Rabbits

By: Leo Lionni

“Let's, make rabbits,” say the scissors to the pencil, and, before the reader’s eyes, two rabbits appear—one drawn by the pencil, the other cut from brightly patterned paper by...

Likely Story (Book 1)

By: David Van Etten

MALLORY IS A teenage girl living in L.A. and her mother is the oftnominated, never-winning star of a daytime soap; she is, in fact, the ultimate drama queen. After yet another blow-out about her mother’s...


Likely Story: All That Glitters

By: David Van Etten

ALL THAT GLITTERS is definitely not gold as Mallory struggles to control the runaway train that is her brand-new soap opera. At the end of Likely Story, Mallory had just learned that her TV show was greenlit,...

Likely Story: Red Carpet Riot

By: David Van Etten

It’s award night—will Mallory make it down the red carpet?When we last left Mallory, her first show had just aired to rave ratings; her conniving mother was engaged to her dreaded producer...

Little Boy with a Big Horn

By: Golden Books
Illustrated by: Dan Yaccarino

POOR OLLIE! ALL he wants is to practice playing his big bass horn, but his family can’t take the noise. So off Ollie goes in a rowboat to practice offshore. That’s when he realizes that the...


Look Out, Washington D.C.

By: Patricia Reilly Giff

Lost Boy

By: Linda Newbery

New house, new school, new friends–but Matt Lanchester knows it won’t all be that easy when he moves to the town of Hay-on-Wye. Almost as soon as he arrives, he is drawn into a mystery when...