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Garth Williams's Furry Tales

By: Various
illustrated by: Garth Williams

Nine beautiful Little Golden Books, brought to life by one of the greatest illustrators of the 20th century, come together in a deluxe volume that’s perfect for gift-giving.   This collection...

Gaspard and Lisa at the Museum

By: Anne Gutman and Georg Hallensleben

The Misadventures of Gaspard and Lisa series continues with an exciting class field trip to the Museum of Natural History. Gaspard and Lisa decide to play a joke on their classmates by becoming part of...

Gaspard and Lisa Friends Forever

By: Anne Gutman
illustrated by: Georg Hallensleben

Gaspard and Lisa have been friends for a long time . . . ever since last year. In Gaspard and Lisa Friends Forever, Gaspard recounts how he and Lisa met on the first day of school. At first, Gaspard wants...

Gaspard and Lisa's Christmas Surprise

By: Anne Gutman
Illustrated by: Georg Hallensleben

It's almost the holidays and Gaspard and Lisa need to find a present for their teacher. Gaspard is full of ideas, but none of them seems quite right. Luckily, Lisa comes up with a clever idea just in time....

Gaspard and Lisa's Christmas Surprise

By: Anne Gutman
illustrated by: Georg Hallensleben

Another hilarious misadventure for Gaspard and Lisa! It’s almost Christmas and Gaspard and Lisa need to find a present for their teacher, fast. Gaspard is full of ideas, but none of them seems quite...

Gaspard and Lisa's Rainy Day

By: Anne Gutman
illustrated by: Georg Hallensleben

Gaspard and Lisa, best friends, are stuck inside Lisa’s grandmother’s house one rainy afternoon with nothing to do. They try to bake a cake, until Grandma sees the mess they’ve made in...

Gaspard on Vacation

By: Anne Gutman and Georg Hallensleben

Gaspard on Vacation is one of two titles launching the Misadventures of Gaspard and Lisa series. While on vacation, Gaspard escapes from his family's endless visits to museums and embarks on his own exciting...

Gathering Blue

By: Lois Lowry

Lois Lowry’s Gathering Blue continues the quartet beginning with the quintessential dystopian novel, The Giver, followed by Messenger and Son.Kira, an orphan with a twisted leg, lives in a world...


By: C. Drew Lamm
illustrated by: Fabian Negrin

The gauchada offered in this story is a necklace—a token made by a gaucho’s own hand and given with love. First it is given to a grandmother, who cherishes it until she feels moved to give...


Gated Book Talk

By: Amy Christine Parker

Only three months from the end of the world remain, and teens Lyla, Will, Brian and Marie train daily to protect their community from the outsiders who surround them.  Disobey the rules...

The Georges and the Jewels

By: Jane Smiley

Abby loves the horses her dad raises. She loves feeding them. She loves training them. She loves keeping them clean. What she doesn't love is that her dad won't let her name any of them....

Gil Marsh


Gil Marsh has it all: good looks, brains, and a great personality.  When a dark-haired runner shows up at school who also has the total package, Gil at first feels threatened, but before...


By: Patricia Reilly Giff

After their parents are killed in an accident, Jayna and her brother, Rob, make a life for themselves as best they can.  Then, Rob is called to the Pacific to fight in World War II, and...

The Golden Ghost

By: Marion Dane Bauer
illustrated by: Peter Ferguson

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Delsie and her friend Todd don’t really believe in ghosts. It still seems pretty creepy, though, when they investigate the abandoned houses by the old mill. All of the houses are locked...

Goodbye Stranger Educators’ Guide (with CCSS tie-ins)

“Masterly. . . . Sensitively explores togetherness, aloneness, betrayal and love.” —The New York Times Book Review
2016 Honor Book in Fiction, Boston Globe Horn Book Award

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Grasshopper Magic

By: Lynne Jonell
illustrated by: Brandon Dorman

Abner agrees to dress up as a town historical figure and lead the annual parade. And then he realizes he's going to have to give a speech. Abner is afraid of speaking in public and surely...