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Harbor Me by
Publication Date: 2018-08-28
This story follows six kids with very different backgrounds through the sixth and seventh grades. Their teacher, Ms. Laverne decides to introduce this class to a new idea. Every Friday, the kids get to have a classroom all to themselves to talk about whatever they want with no adults to listen in. They are uncomfortable at first, but it turns out they have a lot to talk about. This is a great story about making new friends and gaining new perspectives.
To Night Owl from Dogfish by
Publication Date: 2019-02-12
Avery & Bett have one thing in common: they do NOT want to be friends. Their dads are dating, so they send the two girls to the same sleepaway camp in the hopes that they will become close. Told through letters and emails, this book shows how two very different people get to know each other through an unusual circumstance
Pink Hair and Other Terrible Ideas by
Publication Date: 2019-02-01
Twelve-year-old Josephine is starting seventh grade, and she’s got a lot to deal with. Her parents are divorced, her crush doesn’t know she exists, and she might not get invited to the party of the year. Then Josephine’s mom is diagnosed with cancer. Her twin brother Chance dyes his hair pink to show support, and now the whole school knows. Josephine has to find her own way to deal. But how?
Greenglass House by
Publication Date: 2016-11-01
Milo is used to having his parents and the hotel they run all to himself, especially over winter break. So when strange guests begin to arrive on a dark and snowy night, Milo knows something is up. There are secrets to be uncovered, and Milo teams up with cook’s daughter to get to the bottom of the mysterious happenings at Greenglass House. This is an exciting and creative mystery with lots of interesting characters and surprises.
The Stonekeeper by
Publication Date: 2008-01-01
After a family tragedy, Emily, Navin, and their mother move to an ancestral home to start a new life. On the family’s very first night in the mysterious house, Em and Navin’s mom is kidnapped by a tentacle creature. Now it’s up to Em and Navin to figure out how to set things right and save their mother’s life.
Wild Magic by
Publication Date: 2003-06-01
This is one of my all-time favorite fantasy novels. 13-year-old Daine has a magical gift; she can speak to animals. The powerful mage Numair discovers her skill and helps her to train. Daine starts her training just in time, because the bloodthirsty Immortals are on their way. This is a great story full of magic and adventure, and there are three more books in “The Immortals” series.
We're Not from Here by
Publication Date: 2019-03-05
Lan’s family has a big problem. The aliens on the planet that they were supposed to land on decided they don’t want humans on Choom after all, so now it is up to Lan’s family to show the aliens how great humans can be. The future of humans depends on it! But how are they going to pull it off? This is a very funny book that will make you think.