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A Day at the Police Station

By: Written and illustrated by Richard Scarry

Being a police officer is a very important job. Just ask Sergeant Murphy! In A Day at the Police Station, young readers will get an up-close look at police work—from solving crimes, to helping lost...

A Dollar for Penny

By: Dr. Julie Glass
illustrated by: Joy Allen

On a beautiful summer day a young girl sets up a lemonade stand and sells enough cups of refreshment to add up to a dollar.  Told in rhyme, this delightful story combines the teaching of addition...

A Door Near Here

By: Heather Quarles

Without even noticing, 15-year-old Katherine has become the head of her household. She hasn't had time to notice. Her single mother, an out-of-work alcoholic, has been in bed for weeks, leaving Katherine...


A Family Apart

By: Joan Lowery Nixon

The first in an exciting new four-part series about the more than 100,000 homeless children taken from the streets of New York and sent west to new families. Book 1 is the story of six brothers and...

A Family Apart

By: Joan Lowery Nixon

A Field Guide to High School

By: Marissa Walsh

Andie has just finished eighth grade and will be starting high school in the fall. The good news: Her super-popular valedictorian big sister, Claire, is graduating and won't be there to put Andie in the...


A Friend at Midnight

By: Caroline B. Cooney

Lily has settled into life in Connecticut after her parent's divorce but it's been harder on her eight-year-old brother Michael. After their mother remarries, her brother chooses to go live with his father...

A Gift for Mama

By: Linda Ravin Lodding
illustrated by: Alison Jay

Oskar sets out—with a single coin—to find the perfect gift for his mother. And he spots it at once: a beautiful yellow rose. But when he meets an artist, Oskar trades the rose for a paintbrush....

A Good Horse

By: Jane Smiley

When eighth grader Abby Lovitt looks out at those pure-gold rolling hills, she knows there’s no place she’d rather be than her family’s ranch—even with all the hard work of tending...