Stormchaser: The Edge Chronicles, Book 2 BR 16119
by Paul Stewart
Twig joins the crew of his father's sky pirate ship, Stormchaser. They embark on a dangerous mission to collect the powerful stormphrax, a substance that purifies water and also prevents the city of Sanctaphrax from floating away. Sequel to Beyond the Deepwoods (BR 15878). For grades 6-9. 1999.
Midnight over Sanctaphrax: The Edge Chronicles, Book 3 BR
by Paul Stewart
Twig, a young sky pirate captain, risks his ship and crew to find his father in the vortex of the Mother Storm. His father foretells calamity from the storm unless Twig intervenes. But Twig's memory becomes fogged. Sequel to Stormchaser (BR 16119). Some violence. For grades 6-9. 2000.
Artemis Fowl: The Opal Deception BR 16206
by Eoin Colfer
Teen criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl's memory is erased of fairy knowledge thus making him vulnerable to the schemes of his archenemy, the evil pixie Opal Koboi. Sequel to Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code (BR 14808). For grades 5-8. 2005.
Martin the Warrior: Redwall Abbey BR 16222
by Brian Jacques
The evil corsair stoat Badrang the Tyrant has enslaved dozens of innocent creatures to build his empire. Among the captives is Martin, a young mouse with the heart of a warrior, who vows to fight for freedom and to reclaim his father's sword, stolen by Badrang. For grades 5-8. 1993.
The Bellmaker: Redwall Abbey BR 16223
by Brian Jacques
Joseph the Bellmaker learns from a dream that his daughter, the warrior mouse Mariel, is in danger. He and his companions undertake a journey to find Mariel and help defeat a new menace-- Foxwolf Urgan Nagru and his rat hordes, which have overrun the land of Southsward. For grades 5-8. 1994.
Lord Brocktree: Redwall Abbey BR 16224
by Brian Jacques
Two unlikely comrades--badger warrior Brocktree and young haremaid Dotti--set out for Salamandastron together only to discover the mountain has been captured by wildcat Ungatt Trunn and his Blue Hordes. To face them, Brocktree and Dotti rally an army of hares, otters, shrews, moles, mice, and squirrels. For grades 5-8. 2000.
Heroes Don't Run BR 16233
by Harry Mazer
1944. To honor his father, who died during the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, seventeen-year-old Adam Pelko eagerly enlists in the Marine Corps. Adam goes through boot camp and faces combat on the tiny island Okinawa. Sequel to Boy No More (BR 15847). For grades 6-9. 2005.
The Bunny Who Found Easter BR 16239
by Charlotte Zolotow
After an owl tells a lonely rabbit that there are always rabbits at Easter, the bunny turns east, looking for what he believes is a place called Easter. He searches from summer through winter until spring arrives and he learns the true meaning of Easter. For grades K-3. 1959.
If I Ran the Circus BR 16243
by Dr. Seuss
In this story told in rhyme, a young boy, Morris McGurk, imagines the fantastic animals and incredible acts that he will have in his Circus McGurkus, the world's greatest show. For grades K-3. 1956.
Permanent Rose BR 16274
by Hilary McKay
At the end of a steamy English summer, Rose, the youngest member of the artistic Casson family, still longs to locate her American friend Tom. Other problems--Caddy's half-hearted engagement and David's new friendliness--vie for her attention. Sequel to Indigo's Star (BR 15737). For grades 4-7. 2005.
Miss Bridie Chose a Shovel BR 16350
by Leslie Connor
When practical Miss Bridie moves to America in 1856 she brings along a sturdy shovel, which proves to be a useful tool throughout her life. PRINT/BRAILLE. For preschool-grade 2. 2004.
My Granny Went to Market: A Round-the-World Counting Rhyme BR
by Stella Blackstone
A grandmother travels around the world on a magic carpet buying presents in quantities of one to ten. She surprises her grandchild in Peru with a special gift. PRINT/BRAILLE. For preschool-grade 2. 2005.
Where the Wild Things Are BR 16352
by Maurice Sendak
The night that Max wears his wolf suit and makes mischief, he is sent to bed without his supper. So he sails to the land of the wild things, where he becomes king. PRINT/BRAILLE. For preschool- grade 2. Caldecott Medal. 1963.
The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle BR 16371
by Hugh Lofting
2 volumes (Reissue)
Nine-and-a-half-year-old Tommy Stubbins of Puddleby-on-the-Marsh tells about Doctor Dolittle's adventures as he voyages to Spidermonkey Island and struggles to learn shellfish language. For grades 4-7. Newbery Medal. 1922.
Kailey: An American Girl Today BR 16455
by Amy Goldman Koss
Ten-year-old Kailey and her best pal, Tess, love to ride on bodyboards in a California cove and observe tidal pool creatures. When a developer posts signs for an oceanfront complex, Kailey needs to act fast to save the natural coast from becoming a boat marina. For grades 3-6. 2003.
Andy and the Lion: A Tale of Kindness Remembered; or, The
Power of Gratitude BR 16459
by James Daugherty
Andy meets a lion on the way to school and wins his friendship for life by removing a thorn from his paw. A retelling of "Androcles and the Lion." For grades K-3. Caldecott Honor. 1938.
The Easter Rabbit's Parade BR 16522
by Lois Lenski
Old Graybeard the Goat grumbles and White Rabbit brags about being the Easter Bunny, but all the farmyard animals work together to make a special Easter celebration for their caretaker Ann Eliza. For grades K-3. 1936.
Henry and Mudge and the Great Grandpas BR 16523
by Cynthia Rylant
When Henry and his dog Mudge go with Henry's parents to visit Great-Grandpa Bill in the home where lots of other grandpas live, they all have wonderful adventures at a swimming pond. For grades K-3. 2005.
Doctor De Soto BR 16526
by William Steig
Doctor De Soto, a kind-hearted mouse dentist, prefers not to treat cats or other dangerous animals. But when a fox who is suffering from a painful toothache shows up, the doctor must treat this sly patient without being eaten. For grades K-3. Newbery Honor Book. 1982.
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