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  • The bravest dog everThe bravest dog ever : the true story of Balto

    Standiford, Natalie.

    Recounts the life of Balto, the sled dog who braved a snowstorm to deliver medicine to Nome, Alaska, during a 1925 diphtheria epidemic.

  • Hero momHero mom

    Hardin, Melinda.

    A tribute to moms who serve their country in the military reveals their contributions as unsung heroes who construct buildings, fly planes, drive tanks and do many other important things to make the world a safer place.

  • Querzol the swamp monsterQuerzol the swamp monster

    Blade, Adam, author.

    The kingdom of Avantia is shocked by the return of the king's brother, Prince Angelo, believed killed in battle many years ago. But when he banishes Tom and Elenna from Avantia they travel to the Wildlands in search of the truth about Prince Angelo. First of all they must tackle Querzol, a man-eating mangrove tree!.

  • Ultimate weird but trueUltimate weird but true

    Presents facts, brief stories, photos, and illustrations showing that fact can be as weird as fiction.

  • Follow the moon homeFollow the moon home

    Cousteau, Philippe, 1980-, author.

    "A book about loggerhead sea turtles, and a girl's attempts to help save their babies from man-made light."--

  • A hat for Mrs. GoldmanA hat for Mrs. Goldman : a story about knitting and love

    Edwards, Michelle, author.

    Sophia knits a special hat for her elderly neighbor and knitting teacher, Mrs. Goldman.

  • Rolling ThunderRolling Thunder

    Messner, Kate, author.

    Told in rhyming text, a boy accompanies his grandfather on the Rolling Thunder Ride for Freedom, a motorcycle parade in Washington, DC, on Memorial Day that pays tribute to American veterans.

  • The Baby-sitters ClubThe Baby-sitters Club. a graphic novel

    Galligan, Gale, author, artist.

    It's the first day of a new school year, and while Mary Anne doesn't know what to expect from the eighth grade, she's looking forward to getting back into the swing of things. One thing she definitely doesn't expect is to meet Logan Bruno, who just moved to Stoneybrook! Logan has a dreamy southern accent, he's awfully cute... and he might be interested in joining the BSC. But the baby-sitters aren't sure if Logan would make a good club member, so they send him on a job with Mary Anne as a test. Logan and Mary Anne hit it off, but Mary Anne isn't sure of where their friendship could go. Life in the Baby-sitters Club has never been this complicated -- or this fun!.

  • BarryBarry

    Klimo, Kate.

    Barry der Menschenretter, a Saint Bernard dog, reflects back on his life in the early 1800s at the Hospice of the Great Saint Bernard in the Swiss Alps, where he rescued some forty people from avalanches. Includes facts about the breed and the hospice.

  • Pass it onPass it on

    Henn, Sophy, author, illustrator.

    Illustrations and rhythmic text encourage the reader to relish and pass along smiles, chuckles, and joy.

  • Super Rabbit Boy's time jump!Super Rabbit Boy's time jump!

    Flintham, Thomas, author, illustrator.

    Super Rabbit Boy gained his superpowers when, as a baby, he ate the magic carrot he found in the Wise Woods; now King Viking has built a time machine in order to team up with his younger self, Prince Viking, and prevent Baby Rabbit Boy from finding that carrot--so Super Rabbit Boy has to go back in time, and with help from an unexpected player, save his younger self and protect the timeline.

  • 180 days of self-care for busy educators180 days of self-care for busy educators

    Boogren, Tina, author.

    "In 180 Days of Self-Care for Educators, author Tina H. Boogren invites readers to examine their habits and practices in order to better prioritize themselves and their happiness. With an understanding of the difficulties that educators face in prioritizing themselves, Tina Boogren provides readers with the skills necessary to shift their thinking and turn self-care into an ongoing, lifelong practice. As such, this book takes readers through the thirty-six weeks of the school year, divided across four sections or seasons - the season of sacrifice, disillusionment, finding balance, and finishing strong. Each of the thirty-six weeks of the school year focuses on a single self-care method, placed there to help the reader best prioritize themselves in that time of the year. Moreover, the book takes these strategies a step further and encourages readers to utilize these tools more generally as a means of bettering their life outside of school. Through this book, readers will find strategies and tools that they will find indispensable in their journey towards becoming their best selves" --

  • Dog man: grime and punishmentDog man: grime and punishment

    Pilkey, Dav, 1966-, author.

    "When Dog Man gets fired by the mayor, he needs his friends' help to combat a new threat"--

  • Hanukkah bearHanukkah bear

    Kimmel, Eric A.

    On the first night of Hanukkah, Old Bear wanders into Bubba Brayna's house and receives a delicious helping of potato latkes when she mistakes him for the rabbi. Includes a recipe for latkes.

  • The last kids on Earth and the skeleton roadThe last kids on Earth and the skeleton road

    Brallier, Max.

    "Now wielding the Midnight Blade, Jack Sullivan and the gang are furiously searching for the villainous Thrull and his skeleton army. The clock is ticking: the enemy has begun constructing the Tower--a portal with the power to bring Rezzoch the Ancient, Destructor of Worlds, to our dimension. Equipped with a crucial clue discovered by June on her Wild Flight, the group does the once-unthinkable: they leave Wakefield behind and embark on an . . . EPIC ROAD TRIP! That means music blasting, kitschy roadside attractions, snacks snacks snacks, dangerous detours, and a slew of skeletons and monsters at every turn. But this is no ordinary post-apocalyptic joyride. Because soon, they are pursued by a new threat: the return of a monster they thought long dead, who has taken on a terrifying new form. Jack, June, Quint, and Dirk will be lucky to make it far enough to find the answers they seek. But when the future of the world depends on it, these heroes don't pump the brakes--they go full throttle"--Publisher.

  • Take time for youTake time for you : self-care action plans for educators

    Boogren, Tina.

    "Offers a range of manageable research-based strategies, self-care surveys, and reflective teaching questions that will guide you in developing an individualized self-care plan"--Amazon.

  • Captain Underpants and the revolting revenge of the Radioactive Robo-BoxersCaptain Underpants and the revolting revenge of the Radioactive Robo-Boxers : the tenth epic novel

    Pilkey, Dav, 1966-

    After his time-traveling deeds cause the destruction of the world by preventing Harold and George from creating Captain Underpants, Tippy Tinkletrousers tries to use his time machine to correct the situation, but it proves to be difficult to fix.

  • The California wildfires, 2018The California wildfires, 2018

    Tarshis, Lauren.

    "The people of northern California were used to living with the threat of wildfires. But nothing could have prepared them for the devastating 2018 fire season, the deadliest in 100 years and the most destructive in history. In the 20th 'I Survived' book, readers join eleven-year-old Josh as he leaves his affluent New Jersey home for the rural northern California town where his mother was born and raised. Still reeling from the life-changing challenges that propelled him and his mother across the country, Josh struggles to adapt to a more rustic, down-to-earth lifestyle that couldn't be more different from the one he is used to. Josh and his cousin Eleanor bond during an overnight camping trip. But they suddenly find themselves in the path of a fast-moving firestorm, a super-heated monster that will soon lay waste to millions of acres of wilderness and--possibly--their town. Josh needs to confront the family issues burning him up inside, but first he'll have to survive the flames blazing all around him"--Provided by publisher.

  • Three keysThree keys

    Yang, Kelly.

    "Mia Tang thinks she's going to have the best year ever. She and her parents are the proud owners of the Calivista Motel, Mia gets to run the front desk with her best friend, Lupe, and she's finally getting somewhere with her writing! But as it turns out, sixth grade is no picnic"--Provided by publisher.

  • Who was Kobe Bryant?Who was Kobe Bryant?

    Labrecque, Ellen.

    An illustrated biography of professional basketball player Kobe Bryant.

  • Great joyGreat joy

    DiCamillo, Kate.

    Just before Christmas, when Frances sees a sad-eyed organ-grinder and his monkey performing near her apartment, she cannot stop thinking about them, wondering where they go at night, and wishing she could do something to help.

  • Boxes for KatjeBoxes for Katje

    Fleming, Candace.

    After a young Dutch girl writes to her new American friend in thanks for the care package sent after World War II, she begins to receive increasingly larger boxes.

  • The deep endThe deep end

    Kinney, Jeff.

    "On their a cross-country camping trip, Greg Heffley and his family find themselves stranded at an RV park that's not exactly a summertime paradise and when the skies open up and the water starts to rise, the Heffleys wonder if they can save their vacation--or if they're already in too deep"--OCLC.

  • What is given from the heartWhat is given from the heart

    McKissack, Pat, 1944-2017.

    "Despite their own poverty since Daddy died, Mama tells nine-year-old James Otis they need to help Sarah, seven, whose family lost everything in a fire"--Provided by publisher.

  • The Hanukkah hop!The Hanukkah hop!

    Silverman, Erica.

    Rhyming text and color illustrations follow a family's activities as they prepare to celebrate Hanukkah.

  • The way homeThe way home

    Runton, Andy.

    "Owly is a good-natured little owl, and he's always helping those around him. But despite his kindness, he seems to frighten would-be friends away before they even give him a chance, just because he's an owl. That all changes, though, once Owly meets Wormy. Like Owly, Wormy is in need of a good friend, too--someone who can be counted on for a helping hand, a good laugh, and a great adventure!"--Back cover.

  • The gift inside the boxThe gift inside the box

    Grant, Adam M.

    As Box searches for the right person to reveal the gift he conceals, he encounters children who are grasping, bickering, rough, and otherwise badly behaved.

  • Ultimate weird but true 2Ultimate weird but true 2

    Text and photographs collect wacky facts, strange statistics, and weird but true stories.

  • The Distance Learning PlaybookThe Distance Learning Playbook

    Fisher, Douglas.

  • The Distance Learning PlaybookThe Distance Learning Playbook

    Fisher, Douglas.

  • Bernard PepperlinBernard Pepperlin

    Hoffman, Cara, author.

    The drowsy Dormouse named Bernard Pepperlin of Lewis Carroll's Wonderland has been trapped in time subjected to an endless tea party with the Mad Hatter and others. One day a girl in a blue dress crashes the Hatter's tea party, the Dormouse feels more awake than he has in a long time. When the Hatter shoves him into a porcelain teapot painted with the New York City's skyline, he's thrilled to be transported to a magnificent new world where clocks are working. Soon he learns that the Pork Pie Gang of weasels is preparing to hold a concert that will stop time for the metropolis's residents. He must not--cannot--fall asleep as he is destined to save a magical world outside of Wonderland by foiling this nefarious plot. Bernard recruits the help of a streetwise cat, escaped pets living in Manhattan's underworld, and a troupe of cockroach musicians and tap dancers.

  • Who is Ruth Bader Ginsburg?Who is Ruth Bader Ginsburg?

    Demuth, Patricia, author.

    "Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is famous for her stylish collars (called jabots) and her commanding dissents. This opera-loving New Yorker has always spoken her mind; as a young lawyer, RBG advocated for gender equality and women's rights when few others did. She gained attention for the cases she won when arguing in front of the Supreme Court, before taking her place on the bench in 1993. Author Patricia Brennan Demuth answers all the question about what makes RBG so notorious and irreplaceable"--

  • The technology tailThe technology tail : a digital footprint story

    Cook, Julia, 1964- http://id.loc.gov/authorities/n

    "Whether tapping out messages on their computers, tablets or phones, "Screen" wants all kids to know their posts everything you post is attached to you for life, crating a digital trail that can't be erased...Written for children in grades 1-6, this storybook uses rhymes and colorful illustrations to grab their attention. There are also tips for parents and teachers who want to reinforce online safety, kindness and respect in a digital world"--Page 4 of cover.

  • Claudia and mean JanineClaudia and mean Janine

    Telgemeier, Raina, author, illustrator.

    "Claudia and her sister, Janine, may as well be from two different planets. Claudia, who pays more attention to her artwork and The Baby-sitters Club than her homework, feels like she can't compete with her perfect sister. Janine studies nonstop, gets straight As, and even takes college-level courses! But when something unexpected happens to the most beloved person in their family, will the sisters be able to put aside their differences?"--Publisher.

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  • Wings of fireWings of fire

    Deutsch, Barry.

    Tsunami, heir to the SeaWing throne, is returning home for the first time since she was stolen as an egg, her mother, Queen Coral, welcomes her, but a mysterious assassin has been killing off her heirs for years.

  • Dog man : For Whom the Ball RollsDog man : For Whom the Ball Rolls : for whom the ball rolls

    Pilkey, Dav.

  • The Bad Guys in do-you-think-he-saurus?!The Bad Guys in do-you-think-he-saurus?!

    Blabey, Aaron.

    "The Bad Guys have flown through outer space, made it back to Earth, and managed to land in exactly the right place... but exactly the wrong TIME. Who knew alien escape pods were capable of time travel?!? And now that they're 65 million years in the past, they must avoid being eaten by dinosaurs and fix their broken time machine if they ever want to get back home before an evil alien destroys the whole world!"--Amazon.

  • Dog Man unleashedDog Man unleashed

    Pilkey, Dav, 1966-

    "Dog Man ... is still learning a few tricks of the trade. Petey the cat is out of the bag, and his criminal curiosity is taking the city by storm. Something fishy is going on! Can Dog Man unleash justice on this ruffian in time to save the city, or will Petey get away with the purr-fect crime?"--Amazon.com.

  • Shark ladyShark lady : the true story of how Eugenie Clark became the ocean's most fearless scientist

    Keating, Jess.

    At 9 years old, Eugenie Clark developed an unexpected passion for sharks after a visit to the Battery Park Aquarium in New York City. At the time, sharks were seen as mindless killing machines, but Eugenie knew better and set out to prove it. Despite many obstacles in her path, Eugenie was able to study the creatures she loved so much. From her many discoveries to the shark-related myths she dispelled, Eugenie's wide scientific contributions led to the well-earned nickname "Shark Lady"--

  • Super Rabbit racers!Super Rabbit racers!

    Flintham, Thomas.

    Super Rabbit Boy is racing in the Super Grand Prix car race--but among the other racers is King Viking and his team of cheaters, and they will do anything to win.

  • The girl who ranThe girl who ran : Bobbi Gibb, the first woman to run the Boston Marathon

    Poletti, Frances, author.

    When Bobbi Gibb saw the Boston Marathon her mind was set--she had to be part of it. This picture book tells the true story of how she broke the rules in 1966, and through grit and determination, changed the world.

  • Claudia and mean JanineClaudia and mean Janine

    Telgemeier, Raina, author, illustrator.

    "Claudia and her sister, Janine, may as well be from two different planets. Claudia, who pays more attention to her artwork and The Baby-sitters Club than her homework, feels like she can't compete with her perfect sister. Janine studies nonstop, gets straight As, and even takes college-level courses! But when something unexpected happens to the most beloved person in their family, will the sisters be able to put aside their differences?"--Publisher.

  • The bad guys in the furball strikes backThe bad guys in the furball strikes back

    Blabey, Aaron.

    "Mr. Wolf and his bad buddies have messed with the wrong guinea pig--one who is secretly an evil mad scientist. And the nasty little furball wants revenge!"--Back cover.

  • Liz and the sand castle contestLiz and the sand castle contest

    Barkley, Callie.

    As her friends in the Critter Club animal shelter care for colorful aquarium fish, second-grader Liz and her family spend a long weekend at the beach, where Liz rescues a baby octopus and competes with an unfriendly young neighbor in a sand castle contest.

  • NadiaNadia : the girl who couldn't sit still

    Gray, Karlin.

    "A biography of the young Romanian gymnast describes some of the ways her energy got her into trouble as a child, how she became involved in gymnastics, and how practice and determination led her to become an Olympic champion"--OCLC.

  • SistersSisters

    Telgemeier, Raina.

    In graphic novel format, Raina Telgemeier shares the story of her relationship with her younger sister.

  • MoonshotMoonshot : the flight of Apollo 11

    Floca, Brian.

    An illustrated account of the flight of Apollo 11 in 1969, the first manned mission to land on the moon.

  • Reaching for the moonReaching for the moon

    Aldrin, Buzz.

    Presents an illustrated account of astronaut Buzz Aldrin's life and the determination and experiences that led him to be part of the first mission to land men on the moon.

  • Little pandaLittle panda : the world welcomes Hua Mei at the San Diego Zoo

    Ryder, Joanne.

    Describes the first year in the life of the first giant panda cub ever to survive in captivity in America.

  • Jump!Jump! : from the life of Michael Jordan

    Cooper, Floyd.

    Presents a picture book based on the story of how basketball great Michael Jordan worked for years to become good enough to beat his toughest competitor--his older brother Larry--at hoops.

  • Thanksgiving on ThursdayThanksgiving on Thursday

    Osborne, Mary Pope.

    Jack and Annie travel in their magic treehouse to the year 1621, where they celebrate the first Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims and Wampanoag Indians in the New Plymouth Colony.

  • The emperor's eggThe emperor's egg

    Jenkins, Martin.

    Describes the parental behavior of Emperor penguins, focusing on how the male keeps the egg warm until it hatches and how the parents care for the chick after it is born.

  • Man on the moonMan on the moon

    Suen, Anastasia.

    Describes in illustrations and simple text the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, culminating in man's first lunar landing.

  • Wilma unlimitedWilma unlimited : how Wilma Rudolph became the world's fastest woman

    Krull, Kathleen.

    A biography of the African-American woman who overcame crippling polio as a child to become the first woman to win three gold medals in track in a single Olympics.

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