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Yang the Third and Her Impossible Family

By: Lensey Namioka

Yingmei Yang has changed her name to Mary now that she's learning how to be American. It's hard since her family sticks to their Chinese customs, which can be embarrassing in public. Still, Mary wants...

Giddy-Up, Guppies! (Bubble Guppies)

By: Josephine Nagaraj
illustrated by: John Huxtable

Nickelodeon's Bubble Guppies are going to the cowgirl parade! Girls and boys ages 4 to 6 will go wild for this Step into Reading leveled reader featuring all their swim-sational Guppies friends. 

I Don't Believe It, Archie!

By: Andrew Norriss
illustrated by: Hannah Shaw

Odd things happen to Archie every day. Some very odd things. On Monday, a piano rolls down the hill and traps his new friend Cyd in her mum's car. And then a truck tips a load of gravel on top of it. But...


Boys Against Girls

By: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

The Hatford-Malloy feud continues in this fast-paced sequel to The Boys Start the War and The Girls Get Even (both Delacorte, 1993). Their egos still smarting from the humiliation they suffered on Halloween...

The Girls' Revenge

By: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

This fourth book about the Hatford brothers and the Malloy sisters begins shortly before Christmas, three months after the Malloys move to Buckman, WV. As the holiday season approaches, the boys and girls...

A Traitor Among the Boys

By: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

The Hatford boys' New Year's resolution is "the girls can stay . . . but only if they play by our rules." Their mother insists that they "treat those girls as though they were your sisters." Okay, but...


The Girls Get Even

By: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor


Resources

I Don’t Believe It, Archie!

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Poor Archie!  No one believes him when he tells them his life is anything but normal.  First, he finds himself in the middle of a gravel dump truck incident.  Then, there’s the afternoon...