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What They Always Tell Us

By: Martin Wilson

JAMES AND ALEX have barely anything in common anymore—least of all their experiences in high school, where James is a popular senior and Alex is suddenly an outcast. But at home, there is Henry,...

Raspberries on the Yangtze

By: Karen Wallace

The Yangtze in this story is not a river in China. It’s a name Nancy gives to a special place near the edge of her town in the back- woods of Quebec, Canada. It’s here, where the wild raspberries...

The Hollywood Sisters: Star Quality

By: Mary Wilcox

Fashionista. Comedian. Thief?Brand-new school, brand-new me? Try again. Having a famous sister doesn’t make me special at my posh Beverly Hills academy. But I am getting a lot of attention. Photos...

Melanie Martin Goes Dutch

By: Carol Weston

Written by the advice columnist of Girls’ Life magazine, this hilarious companion to The Diary of Melanie Martin finds Melanie off to Holland–with her best friend!Dear Diary, You will never...

The Hollywood Sisters: Backstage Pass

By: Mary Wilcox

Lights. Camera. Backstabbing.My sister, Eva, just hit the big time as a TV teen–but the big time is hitting back. Someone on the set is planting lies about her in the gossip columns. Can I crack...

The Lottie Project

By: Jacqueline Wilson
illustrated by: Nick Sharratt

Jacqueline Wilson is a bestselling author in England, second only to J. K. Rowling.Charlie's world is changing -- for the worse. Her new teacher refuses to call her anything but Charlotte. (Blech!) And...

Spanking Shakespeare

By: Jake Wizner
illustrated by: Richard Ewing

SHAKESPEARE SHAPIRO HAS ALWAYS hated his name. His parents bestowed it on him as some kind of sick joke when he was born, and his life has gone downhill from there, one embarrassing incident after another....

Double Act

By: Jacqueline Wilson

Ten-year-old Ruby and Garnet are identical twins who do everything together. Especially since their mother died three years earlier. They dress alike, wear their hair the same, and sit together in every...


Mistress of the Storm

By: M. L. Welsh

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The Storm is coming and Verity has no idea that her life will change so drastically because of a ship and Captain Abednego.  Well, not just the ship; there’s also her grandmother-who-really-her-grandmother,...

Belle Prater’s Boy

By: Ruth White

In this vivid coming-of-age story, two cousins develop a real friendship while discovering the truths about their families and themselves.

You’ll Like It Here (Everybody Does)

By: Ruth White

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Imagine a world with no poverty, no disease, and no crime,  Sounds great, huh?  That’s what Meggie, her brother David, her mom, and grandfather all think, too, when they make an unexpected...


By: N. D. Wilson

Bee’s brother, Tommy, knows everything there is to know about sharks. He also knows that his life will be cut short by cystic fibrosis. And so does Bee. That’s why she wants...

100 Cupboards

By: N. D. Wilson

Henry York has a dream. He is standing on a hill near a large stone, under an ancient tree, with his pet wolf at his side. Something about the place, the stone, and the tree feels vaguely...

Counting on Grace

By: Elizabeth Winthrop

1910. Pownal, Vermont. At 12, Grace and her best friend Arthur must leave school and go to work as a “doffers” on their mothers’ looms in the mill. Grace’s mother is the best worker,...

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The Castle in the Attic

By: Elizabeth Winthrop

The Castle in the Attic
Elizabeth Winthrop
Grades 5 - 8
The Castle in the Attic and The Battle for the Castle are stories of courage and trust, growing up and family....

Dear Levi and Dear Austin

By: Elvira Woodruff

Dear Levi

Dear Austin
Elvira Woodruff
Grades 5-8
Elvira Woodruff details the rich history of two important periods in American history as she captures...


By: Barbara Wright

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