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Books Always Everywhere

By: Jane Blatt
illustrated by: Sarah Massini

Babies and toddlers join in an exuberant celebration of books of all shapes and sizes in this charming picture book. For little kids, books can be anything from a chair, to a tower, to a hat. But once...

Bad Luck Girl

By: Sarah Zettel

Fans of Libba Bray's The Diviners will love the blend of fantasy and jazz-hot Chicago in this stylish series.After rescuing her parents from the Seelie king at Hearst Castle, Callie is caught up in the...

Sammy Keyes and the Killer Cruise

By: Wendelin Van Draanen

"The most winning junior detective ever in teen lit. (Take that, Nancy Drew!)" —Midwest Children's Book ReviewSammy knew that getting to know her new rockstar dad on a cruise would be a little uncomfortable....


We Were Liars

By: E. Lockhart

A New York Times Bestseller"Haunting, sophisticated . . . a novel so twisty and well-told that it will appeal to older readers as well as to adolescents."--Wall Street Journal"A rich, stunning summer mystery...

Grasshopper Magic

By: Lynne Jonell
illustrated by: Brandon Dorman

   Chicken? Abner is not a chicken, no matter what his brother Derek says. But when it comes to giving a speech in front of the whole town, Abner is . . . well . . . he's more than a little...

The Secrets of Tree Taylor

By: Dandi Daley Mackall

Thirteen-year-old Tree Taylor has two goals for the summer of '63:  1. Experience her first real kiss. A kiss delivered by a boy. A boy who is not related to her. A kiss worth writing about. 2....


Another Day as Emily

By: Eileen Spinelli
illustrated by: Joanne Lew-Vriethoff

"Taut, fast-paced, economical, devoid of sham, Spinelli’s book echoes Dickinson’s own deceptive simplicity."--The New York Times Book ReviewEleven-year-old Suzy just can't win. Her brother...

Count on the Subway

By: Paul DuBois Jacobs and Jennifer Swender
illustrated by: Dan Yaccarino

1 MetroCard, Momma and me.Down 2 flights—to catch the 3.4 turnstiles, singers 5.A rumble, a screech . . . the train arrives!This bright, young counting book is a delightful trip through the New York...

I Pledge Allegiance

By: Pat Mora and Libby Martinez
illustrated by: Patrice Barton

Libby's great aunt, Lobo, is from Mexico, but the United States has been her home for many years, and she wants to become a U.S. citizen. At the end of the week, Lobo will say the Pledge of Allegiance...