What to Do When You're Feeling Blue

By Andi Cann

What to Do When You're Feeling Blue by Andi Cann is a short children’s story about a girl named Kappy. She is feeling sad and has no idea why so she asks her parents if they might know. Both of Kappy’s parents give wonderful answers...

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Welcome to Washington, Fina Mendoza

By Kitty Felde

Kitty Felde’s telling of Fina Mendoza’s adventures in Washington, D.C. includes a furry orange dog, a black cat with yellow eyes, a first taste of snow for a California girl, an introduction to the Crypt, which is a real place you can visit, and a...

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Harold Peabody & The Magic Glasses

By Dawn Kopman Whidden, O.M. Faye, Narrator Damien Alameda

Harold Peabody & The Magic Glasses by Dawn Kopman Whidden and O.M. Faye is a fiction audiobook about a boy named Harold who has a dream. Harold dreams of being like his Navy Seal father, yet that dream is near impossible due to sight impairment....

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Hockey Wars 2

The New Girl
By Sam Lawrence, Ben Jackson

Hockey Wars 2: The New Girl by Sam Lawrence and Ben Jackson is the second book in this thrilling action chapter book series. Written for children from ages 8 to 12, younger hockey fans, teenagers and even adults can relate to the rivalry and team...

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The Girl Who Lived in the Haymow

By Lona Root Haskins

Laura Kay lives on a farm with three older brothers. Her father is away a lot, working on different job sites, while her mother does most of the work on the farm. There aren’t any little girls living nearby, so Laura Kay feels very much...

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Hockey Wars

By Sam Lawrence, Ben Jackson

Who has the best ice-hockey team – the girls or the boys? Hockey Wars by Sam Lawrence and Ben Jackson is a thrilling action chapter book. Although intended for children from ages 8 to 12, younger hockey fans will also get a kick out of...

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The Strongest Boy

By Renee Irving Lee

An unnamed little boy has a funny idea of what it means to be strong. His pet parrot/imaginary friend, Bruce (who initially acts like the feathery green spirit of toxic masculinity) has the same view. Strength is nothing but brawn, stubbornness and pure machismo. When...

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Kate: 1777

By Lynn Chen

Kate: 1777 by 11-year-old author Lynn Chen is a unique and well written fictitious journal about a young girl recording her experiences during the Revolutionary War. Kate Lorenson is the main character. She is the ten-year-old narrator and journalist who records her first hand experience...

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Kim, Leon, and the Sky Path to Africa

By Barnaby Allen

Kim, Leon, and the Sky Path to Africa is an historical fiction/animal adventure novel for children and preteens written by Barnaby Allen. Kim’s school holidays were mired in endless rainstorms, and going outside was not even to be considered without arming himself with his wellies...

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The Rocket

A Boy. His Brother, Their Family, and a Rocket
By Joseph Riden

In The Rocket by Joseph Riden, young Harley longs to look more like his often-absent, hardworking father, yet Harley’s heartfelt wish is one that will never come to be. His pesky younger brother, Darren, holds that honor, so Harley, who is precocious, craves their father’s...