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A Cat That Travels

by Carol Davala

"A Cat That Travels" is a fun, fact-filled family travel adventure for young readers. Jack McClellan’s lighthearted middle grade tale "A Cat That Travels" follows the adventures of an inquisitive kitten and her newly adoptive family... Read More

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Penguin Days

by Rebecca Monterusso

A lighthearted story, "Penguin Days" follows Lauren, who is on the autism spectrum. She sometimes misreads social cues, like not understanding why others laugh; she is not always included in groups. Still, Lauren is a rambunctious... Read More

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The Cottingley Fairies

by Drema Drudge

Writer and illustrator Ana Sender revisits a historical controversy in her charming children’s book "The Cottingley Fairies". Two young friends, Elsie Wright and Frances Griffith, seek to rekindle adults’ belief in magic by taking... Read More

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by Catherine Thureson

In Peter Bunzl’s enthralling middle grade adventure, "Cogheart", Lily Hartman’s inventor father is missing, and she sets off to solve the mystery of his disappearance. The story moves quickly, its complex plot never missing a step.... Read More

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