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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...

A Letter for George

By: Andrea Posner-Sanchez

Everyone likes to get mail—even mailmen! George the mailman is so happy to receive his very first letter. But when he sits down to read his mail, he can’t find it! Can the Koala Brothers help...

Inside The Alamo

By: Jim Murphy

Texas won its independence from Mexico with the battle cry “Remember the Alamo!” But just what exactly was the Alamo, and what happened there to change the history of the United States? This...


Good Morning, Gorillas

By: Mary Pope Osborne
illustrated by: Sal Murdocca

Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure in the bestselling middle-grade series—the Magic Tree House! Gentle giants or giant monsters?That's the question Jack and Annie have about...

Remote Man

By: Elizabeth Honey

A supercharged, international, Internet adventure.Ned is a wizard with a computer. The king of the remote control. He adores snakes, lizards, and skinks, but people are less appealing. Less reliable. Ned...

Here Comes Winter!

By: RH Disney

When Christopher Robin announces that Winter is coming, Pooh decides to throw a welcome party for the new visitor. Soon everyone in the Hundred—Acre Wood is preparing for Winter's arrival—that...


Absolutely Lucy #2: Lucy on the Loose

By: Ilene Cooper
illustrated by: Amanda Harvey

When Bobby Quinn got a beagle puppy for his eighth birthday, his whole life changed. Lucy helped him forget his shyness and make new friends. But now Lucy's taken off after a fat orange cat, and no one...

Lucy's Wish

By: Joan Lowery Nixon

Ten-year-old Lucy Griggs's mother has just died, leaving Lucy orphaned and living on the streets of 1866 New York City. Then Lucy hears about the Children's Aid Society, a group that sends orphans out...

Will's Choice

By: Joan Lowery Nixon

It's 1866 and 12-year-old Will Scott is not happy to be riding the orphan train. That's because Will's not really an orphan. He has a father--Jesse, a circus performer. But Will is no good at circus tricks,...