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Never Girls #3: A Dandelion Wish (Disney: The Never Girls)

By: Kiki Thorpe
illustrated by: RH Disney

Kate, Mia, Lainey, and Gabby are special girls. They know how to travel between their hometown and Never Land—through a broken slat in a backyard fence. But what happens when the fence is repaired...

Disney Princess Little Golden Book Favorites Volume 2 (Disney Princess)

By: Michael Teitelbaum
illustrated by: Don Williams, Sue DiCocco, Ron Dias, and Bill Lorencz

Three of the most beloved Disney Princess movies—Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella—are retold in this magical hardcover Little Golden Book collection. Princess fans of all ages will...

The Trouble with Tink (Disney Fairies)

By: Kiki Thorpe
illustrated by: RH Disney

Tinker Bell is supposed to be the best there is at fixing pots and pans, but when she loses her hammer, her talent goes with it. Tink is desperate to reclaim her skill. But does she have the courage to...


Disney Princess Little Golden Book Favorites (Disney Princess)

By: by Michael Teitelbaum, Karen Kreider, and Teddy Slater

This deluxe volume of Disney Princess Little Golden Books contains three stories featuring three of the most beloved Disney princesses. Little girls will love this full-color book starring Ariel from The...

Firefighter Gil! (Bubble Guppies)

By: Mary Tillworth
illustrated by: Paul E. Nunn

Girls and boys ages 3–7 will enjoy this full-color Bubble Guppies storybook featuring firetrucks and firefighters!

Happy Birthday, Chelsea! (Barbie: Life in the Dream House)

By: Mary Tillworth

Girls ages 7–9 will love reading this Step 4 Step into Reading leveled reader based on Barbie's latest webisodes of Barbie™ Life in the Dream House.


Too Many Puppies! (Barbie: Life in the Dream House)

By: Mary Tillworth

Is there such a thing as too many puppies? Barbie® and her friends just might find out! Girls ages 5 to 8 will love reading this Step 3 Comic Reader based on Barbie's hilarious series of webisodes,...

A Friend at the Zoo/Un amigo en el zoologico (Bubble Guppies)

By: Mary Tillworth
translated by Yuliana Gomez; illustrated by: Random House

When Nickelodeon's Bubble Guppies discover a lonely rhino at the zoo, they are determined to find a friend for him. With English and Spanish text, boys and girls ages 3 to 7 who love animals will enjoy...


Resources

City of Lies

By: Lian Tanner

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Join Toadspit and Goldie as they travel to the city of Spoke to rescue Toadspit’s younger sister who has been captured by child-stealers.  On the way to Spoke, Toadspit is...

The Cay

By: Theodore Taylor

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When a freighter to the United States is torpedoed during World War II, an 11-year-old boy is blinded and stranded with an elderly black man who teaches him survival...

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Mojo

By: Tim Tharp

BOOK TALK
To junior Dylan Jones, finding classmate Hector Maldonado’s body in a dumpster seems to be the answer to his prayers. At first he’s the talk of the school, and it certainly gives him...


Orchards

By: Holly Thompson

A classmate commits suicide and Kana must face the reason.  Some friends had mistreated the girl, but what did that have to do with Kana? Her parents want her to reflect on her behavior, so they ship...

The Lily Pond

By: Annika Thor
translated from the Swedish by: Linda Schenck

BOOK TALK
 
Nellie and Stephie have been away from their parents for over a year, and they have finally adjusted to life on the Swedish island where they now live.  Stephie is thrilled...

Different Perspectives on World War II


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A Faraway Island

By: Annika Thor
translated from the Swedish by: Linda Schenck

BOOK TALK
The streets of Vienna are swarming with Nazi soldiers and Jewish families aren't safe. Stephie and Nellie Steiner are sent to Sweden to await their parents' escape to Amsterdam, where they...

The Door in the Forest

By: Roderick Townley

Book Talk
 
Is being able to only tell the truth a curse or a gift? For Daniel, it seems as though it’s both. Other kids don’t want to play with him because he always tattles the truth...