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The Boy Who Invented TV

By: Kathleen Krull
illustrated by: Greg Couch

An inspiring true story of a boy genius.Plowing a potato field in 1920, a 14-year-old farm boy from Idaho saw in the parallel rows of overturned earth a way to “make pictures fly through the air.”...

Oh No! Time to Go!

By: Rebecca Doughty
illustrated by: Rebecca Doughty

A playful, reassuring book that helps make saying goodbye a little easier.In this deceptively simple picture book by the author of Some Helpful Tips for a Better World and a Happier Life, there’s...

30 Days to Finding and Keeping Sassy Sidekicks and BFFs

By: Clea Hantman

Where would Jennifer be without Courtney? How about Drew and no Cameron? Life is just more fun with friends. And who doesn’t want a sidekick in case there’s ever a need to fight crime or solve...


The Mailbox

By: Audrey Shafer

For readers of Unbroken and Flags of Our Fathers, The Mailbox is a sympathetic portrayal of veterans and the burdens they carry throughout their lives.   Vernon Culligan had been dead to the...

Gossamer

By: Lois Lowry

Littlest One is a tiny creature slowly learning her job of giving dreams to humans. Each night she and her teacher, Thin Elderly, visit an old woman’s home where she softly touches beloved objects,...

Listen Up!

By: Monica Kulling
iilustrated by: Richard Walz

IT'S 1876 AND THE whole country is celebrating the 100th birthday of the United States. The biggest party is in Philadelphia at the World's Fair, where the latest and greatest inventions are on display...


Kat Got Your Tongue

By: Lee Weatherly

After a terrible car accident, Kat wakes up with no idea who she is, and no memory of anything before the crash. She doesn't even recognize her mum, much less her friends from school—Poppy, Jade,...

The Mailbox

By: Audrey Shafer

For readers of Unbroken and Flags of Our Fathers, The Mailbox is a sympathetic portrayal of veterans and the burdens they carry throughout their lives.   Vernon Culligan had been dead to the...

The Fruit Bowl Project

By: Sarah Durkee

Call it six degrees of separation. The kids in 8th Grade Writer’s Workshop are awestruck when their teacher announces that through her husband’s cousin, she’s met rock superstar Nick...