Cornelia and the Fancy Lunch

The Cornelia Chronicles
By Jodi Stapler

Summer had just begun, but Cornelia had a list of things she wanted to complete before starting third grade in the fall. It was day nine of summer vacation and Cornelia had already finished a planned science project as well as secured a special space...

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Legend of the Storm Sneezer

The Stormwatch Diaries
By Kristiana Sfirlea

Legend of the Storm Sneezer is an enigmatic and highly enjoyable work of fantasy fiction for children penned by author Kristiana Sfirlea. The opening part of The Stormwatch Diaries book series, this charming tale for middle grade and young adult readers focuses on Rose Skyler,...

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Dig The Search For Dinosaurs

By Stuart Plotkin

Dig: The Search For Dinosaurs is a nonfiction action book for children and preteens written by Stuart Plotkin. While he was not a professional dinosaur hunter, Plotkin had always been fascinated by the study of dinosaurs and dreamed of making his own discovery of a...

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Why Isn't God a Girl?

A Young Girl's Journey to See the Image of God in Herself
By Diana L Wilcox

Why Isn’t God A Girl? A Young Girl’s Journey to See the Image of God in Herself is a work of helpful and thoughtful fiction written for children by author Diana L. Wilcox and illustrated by Viktoria Skakandi and Earth22 Studio. As the title suggests,...

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The Book of Moncoto

By Mosetta Penick Phillips-Cermak

The Book Of Moncoto is a work of middle-grade fantasy fiction and magical realism written by author Mosetta Penick Phillips-Cermak. The central figure to the tale is Dawn Marie Baxter, who is twelve years old and somewhat precocious and cynical for her age. When she...

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Grace's Ghosts

By Stephenie Wilson Peterson

Grace's Ghosts is a paranormal coming of age novel for young adults and preteens written by Stephenie Wilson Peterson. Grace was relieved that she had almost gotten through her last day of sixth grade. The blissfully long eight weeks of summer promised her peace and...

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Guinevere: The Legend

Book 3 of Guinevere trilogy
By Cheryl Carpinello

Guinevere: The Legend is the concluding entry in the Guinevere trilogy by Cheryl Carpinello, a compelling Arthurian tale with strong characters and a story that explores the themes of friendship and loyalty against the backdrop of a society rocked by a crisis. The little children...

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Threads

A Depression Era Tale
By Charlotte Whitney

Threads: A Depression Era Tale by Charlotte Whitney is the story of murder, love, and survival as three sisters make a startlingly disturbing discovery on their farm and realize that things are far bleaker than they thought. The Great Depression hit everyone hard and Nellie’s...

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Half on Tuesdays

By Amy E. Whitman

When Summer Ray Whitcomb receives a diary from her mother for her birthday, she isn’t impressed. Writing isn’t her thing. But she decides to give it a shot. She quickly comes to enjoy putting her thoughts and emotions on paper, and her diary becomes the...

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Life Before Texting

By Joseph Riden

In Life Before Texting by Joseph Riden, Josh and Tommy are two bored friends in the fifth grade. They love science but hate history. To cure their boredom, they pass notes in class and usually get caught. The era studied is around the Eisenhower presidency....

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