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My Storied Year

by Aimee Jodoin

A seventh grader grows from an angry, insecure boy with dyslexia into a confident, hopeful young man in Katie Proctor’s middle grade novel, "My Storied Year". Dragon Stewart hates school. He’s a year older than his seventh-grade... Read More

Book Review

Some Pigtails

by Jill Beauchamp

In Jonathan Eig’s lighthearted early reader "Some Pigtails", a clever girl learns to speak up for herself and negotiate. In this charming story, eight-and-a-half-year-old Lola’s grandpa may be often grumpy, but Lola still cajoles him... Read More

Book Review

Story Magic

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Family loyalty is put to the test in Laurel Gale’s middle grade fantasy novel, Story Magic. Kaya is twelve years old and lives with her only living family member, her older brother, Hob. Estranged from their relatives, the siblings... Read More

Book Review

Lightning Mary

by Susan Waggoner

"Lightning Mary" is a rewarding novelization of how Mary Anning became one of the first people to discover dinosaurs. In 1810, Mary, an eleven-year-old girl, made a world-changing discovery on a muddy English beach. Here, Mary bursts... Read More

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