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Estie the Mensch

By: Jane Kohuth
illustrated by: Rosanne Litzinger

Estie does not always like people. So when her grandmother reminds her to be a mensch, she'd rather not. She'd rather be a dog. Or a turtle. Or a seagull. Being a monkey can even make another kid laugh!...

Jake

By: Audrey Couloumbis

"I'm old enough to stay home alone, you know."Mom said, "Not a chance. Who's going to lug the loot ba—" and the locks on the door sprung open. I opened the door and unloaded the cart. It took five...

Animal Rescue Team: Special Delivery!

By: Sue Stauffacher
illustrated by: Priscilla Lamont

Keisha and her family are just sitting down to Saturday-morning breakfast when the phone rings. Uh-oh! There seems to be a skunk at the community garden, and it's dug a hole under the shed. At the same...


The Fairy Godmother Academy #4: Lilu's Book

By: Jan Bozarth

For girls who have outgrown the American Girls books and Disney Fairies but aren't yet ready for Twilight.When Lilu Hart wakes to discover herself in Aventurine—the place where girls train to become...

Animal Rescue Team: Gator on the Loose!

By: Sue Stauffacher
illustrated by: Priscilla Lamont

Meet the Carters: Mr. and Mrs. Carter, 10-year-old daughter Keisha, five-year-old Razi, baby Paolo, and Grandma Alice. Together, they run Carters' Urban Rescue, the place you call when you've got an animal...

Why Do I Have to Make My Bed?

By: by Wade Bradford
illustrations by: Johanna van der Sterre

Since ancient times, one question has endured in the hearts and minds of children: Why do I have to make my bed if it's just going to get messed up again? Now, Wade Bradford takes readers on a trip through...


Orchards

By: Holly Thompson

Winner of the APALA Asian/Pacific American Award for Young Adult LiteratureAn ALA-YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults BookAfter a classmate commits suicide, Kana Goldberg—a half-Japanese, half-Jewish...