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Big Girl Panties

By: Fran Manushkin
illustrated by: Valeria Petrone

Big Girl Panties! features a light, positive approach to motivate toddlers to become toilet trained. What could be more rewarding for a little girl than wearing big girl panties, just like mommy?...

Daisy Jane, Best-Ever Flower Girl

By: Megan McDonald
illustrated by: Claudine Gevry

Daisy Jane loves her favorite babysitter, Allie. So when Allie asks Daisy Jane to be her flower girl, the obvious answer is yes. When the big day arrives, Daisy Jane shows everyone that she is the best-ever...


Suck It Up

By: Brian Meehl

★ “A refreshing take on the vampire romance.”—Publishers Weekly, Starred Are you up to your neck in bloodsucking vampire stories?Tired of those tales about dentally enhanced dark...

Recycler

By: Lauren McLaughlin

How do you grow up, if who you are keeps changing?Jill McTeague is not your average high school graduate, she’s a scientific anomaly. Every month for four days she turns into Jack, a guy—complete...

Crash Test Love

By: Ted Michael

The last thing Henry Arlington wants is a girlfriend. He's just very, very good with girls—reading their body language, knowing what they want to hear, and more importantly: getting them into the...


Mason Dixon: Fourth-Grade Disasters

By: Claudia Mills
illustrated by: Guy Francis

Here's the second entry in veteran author Claudia Mills' charming middle-grade series, which finds the lovably sardonic title character starting the fourth grade, which he's dreading: everyone in fourth...

Mason Dixon: Basketball Disasters

By: Claudia Mills
illustrated by: Guy Francis

Here's the third entry in Claudia Mills' charming middle-grade series. Mason Dixon survived the school choir. He survived adopting his now-beloved dog named, uh, Dog. But now he faces his biggest challenge...


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Mason Dixon: Fourth-Grade Disasters

By: Claudia Mills
illustrated by: Guy Francis

BOOK TALK
 
Mason begins fourth grade with one objective: staying out of the Plainfield Platters.  He is not sure how to achieve his goal, but he intuitively knows that being in the choir...