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VOYA Top Shelf for Middle School readers

Tweet Dying to Tell Me by Sherryl Clark has been selected for the VOYA Top Shelf for Middle School Readers 2011 list! This fully annotated annual list of titles for middle school students, highly recommended by the selection committee, is … Continue reading

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Audio from Atinuke, author of Horn Book honor book Anna Hibiscus

Tweet Listen in as Atinuke talks about what moved her to write the Anna Hibiscus series and reads an excerpt from book 1 in the Anna Hibiscus series. Anna Hibiscus Book 1 Ages: 5-9 5.99 paperback 12.99 library bound Save … Continue reading

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When Molly Was a Harvey Girl-Notable Soc. St. Trade Book, now 30% off

Tweet The National Council for the Social  Studies included When Molly Was a Harvey Girl, by Frances M. Wood, on it’s list of Notable Social Studies Trade Books for 2011. • Ages: 10-14 • Pages: 234 • Lexile Level: 680 … Continue reading

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Anna Hibiscus listed as a Boston Globe Horn Book Honor title

Tweet The Anna Hibiscus series from Kane/Miller is simply the best early chapter book series I’ve ever read. It has humor, emotional connection, thought provoking situations and a wide world view, yet is so accessibly written for young readers. A … Continue reading

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Waiting for Winter named 2010 ALA Notable Children’s Book!

Tweet Waiting for Winter. By Sebastian Meschenmoser. Illus. by the author. Kane Miller, $15.99 (9781935279044). First squirrel, then hedgehog, and finally bear wait anxiously for winter to appear as they mistake several white and wet and cold and soft objects … Continue reading

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