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Three Rivers Rising

By: Jame Richards

Sixteen-Year-Old Celstia spends every summer with her family at the elite resort at Lake Conemaugh, a shimmering Allegheny Mountain reservoir held in place by an earthen dam. Tired of the society crowd,...

Corn Aplenty

By: Dana Meachen Rau
illustrated by: Melissa Iwai

Two children watch a local farmer grow a crop of corn, and as the corn develops—from seed to harvest time—so does the friendship between the children and the farmer. This simple Step 1 Reader...

Here Lies Linc

By: Delia Ray

When 12-year-old Linc Crenshaw decides he wants to go to public school, his professor mom isn't so happy with the idea. He's convinced it will be the ticket to a new social life. Instead, it's a disaster...


Hare Moon

By: Carrie Ryan

Tabitha can’t shake the feeling that something exists beyond the fences of her village. And when she sneaks out, past the gates and down the path into the Forest of Hands and Teeth, she meets a boy...

Cassie's Word Quilt

By: Faith Ringgold

In this 32-page lap book we join Cassie, the main character from the picture book Tar Beach. As she takes us on a tour of her home, neighborhood, and school, dozens of new words are introduced with simple...

The Queen of Water

By: Laura Resau and Maria Virginia Farinango

An ALA Amelia Bloomer SelectionAn ALA-YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults BookBorn in an Andean village in Ecuador, Virginia lives with her large family in a small, earthen-walled dwelling. In her village...


Wheels on the Bus

By: Raffi
illustrated by: Sylvie Kantorovitz Wickstrom

Illus. in full color. "With a jovial bus driver as host, readers have quite a ride ahead of them as the bus bounces through what appears to be a French town. In her first book the artist humorously...



Resources

May B.

By: Caroline Starr Rose

BOOK TALK
Meet Mavis Betterly, loving called May Betts by her brother Hiram, and cruelly called May B. by the kids at school because she has trouble reading.  May is crushed when her parents decide...