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Priceless

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

The Crime Travelers series combines action and adventure with global awareness and smart humor. Loyalties are challenged and the bonds of family and friendship tested in Paul Aertker’s "Priceless", the third installment of Crime... Read More

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Brainwashed

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Rooftop rappelling is just the tip of the action iceberg in this high-energy adventure that thoughtfully addresses global issues. A mysterious rash of kidnappings spells trouble for the New Resistance, a global team led by an elite corps... Read More

Book Review

Will of the Hill

by Catherine Thureson

Within an extraordinary setting, Will and his friends learn some straightforward lessons in the relatable "Will of the Hill". In Marshall Cobb’s lighthearted middle-grade novel "Will of the Hill", a young boy faces a familiar dilemma... Read More

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Love, Penelope

by Catherine Thureson

Penelope is a fifth-grader in Oakland, California. She loves basketball and her moms, and is excited that she will soon be a big sister. Her parents give her a journal to write all of her feelings in, and she decides to use the journal... Read More

Book Review

Icy the Iceberg

by Anita Lock

"Icy the Iceberg" is an appealing tale for young, inquisitive minds. One snowflake makes a transformational journey in Larry Friend’s "Icy the Iceberg". The story of Icy begins near Vancouver, Canada, where he becomes a snowflake. He... Read More

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