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Eager

By: Helen Fox

It's the end of the 21st century where technocrats rule and robots take care of humans’ every need. Your house watches you, knows your secrets, and talks to you. And your closest friend can be—a...

Earthborn

By: Sylvia Waugh

Nesta Gwynn has always known that her parents are different. She thinks it’s because they’re from Boston instead of the little town in England, where Nesta was born and where she’s always...

Eat, Sleep, Poop

By: Alexandra Penfold
illustrated by: Jane Massey

A hilarious book about the busy life of newborns—an Eat, Pray, Love for the pre-verbal set (and their parents)!   The new baby hasn’t been here very long, but already has a busy schedule:...


Eight Keys

By: Suzanne LaFleur

Elise and Franklin have always been best friends. Elise has always lived in the big house with her loving Uncle and Aunt, because Elise's parents died when she was too young to remember them.  There's...

Eighth Grade Is Making Me Sick

By: Jennifer L. Holm
illustrated by: Elicia Castaldi

Part graphic novel, part scrapbook and altogether original—New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Holm's Eighth Grade Is Making Me Sick is just right for fans of Diary of a Wimpy...


Ellis Island: Three Novels

By: Joan Lowery Nixon

Moving and inspiring stories of the immigrant experience are offered up in this eOmni edition comprised of three novels from Joan Lowery Nixon’s historical fiction series, Ellis Island. Each story...

Elmo's Book of Friends (Sesame Street)

By: Naomi Kleinberg

Girls and boys ages 2 to 5 will love this sturdy tabbed board book all about Elmo and his Sesame Street friends. Each colorful tab features a different character so little ones can easily find their favorites.From...

Eloise Wilkin Stories

By: Golden Books
illustrated by: Eloise Wilkin

Little Golden Books illustrated by Eloise Wilkin are among the most remembered, beloved, and requested by consumers. This collection, which contains nine of her best-loved books, will be cherished by collectors,...


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Eighth Grade Is Making Me Sick

By: Jennifer L. Holm
illustrated by: Elicia Castaldi

BOOK TALK
Ginny has big plans for eighth grade, and none of them involve her stepdad losing his job or a new baby on the way.  She's going to try out for cheerleading, join the Virtual Vampire Vixens,...

Eldest

By: Christopher Paolini

Reading Group Guide

Introducing Fantasy

Fantasy is a form of literature that presents psychological realities in an imaginative or fantastical way. Using myth and folklore as a background,...

The Emerald Atlas

By: John Stephens

Book Talk
Three ancient lost books of magic, and three abandoned children wandering from one orphanage to another… what could they possibly have in common? Kate has only a vague memory of the night...


Emily and Jackson Hiding Out

By: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

BOOK TALK
Emily and Jackson have finally arrived at Emily’s Aunt Hilda’s farm where they plan to live a quiet life away from child-catching men and Emily’s mean Uncle Victor.  Emily and Jackson...

Enrique’s Journey

By: Sonia Nazario

Adapted for young people, this edition of Enrique’s Journey is written by Sonia Nazario and based on the adult book of the same name. It is the true story of Enrique, a teenager from Honduras, who...

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Every Day

By: David Levithan

BOOK TALK
He calls himself “A”.  Each morning he awakens in a different body and does his best to figure out how to behave so as not to cause harm to that person’s relationships.  Relationships…...


Everything, Everything Discussion Guide

By: Nicola Yoon
Guide prepared by: Laura Schick, a librarian at Jesuit High School in Portland, OR

The Instant #1 New York Times Bestseller--soon to be a major motion picture!

If you love Eleanor and Park, Hazel and Augustus, and Mia and Adam, you’ll love the story of Maddy, a girl...

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Extraordinary*

By: Adam Selzer

BOOK TALK
 
Most people would love to have a fairy godmother show up one day and grant them three wishes… right?  Senior Jennifer Van Der Berg’s fairy godfather turns out to be more...