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Rich with action, the character development does not suffer. Matt and Kate are likable heroes, the pirates vile and even the airship, Aurora, takes on a personality of its own.

Perfect for: Kids who like mysteries. Find Airborn at your local library. Chasing Vermeer by: Blue Balliett - Scholastic, pages. Find Chasing Vermeer at your local library. Sobol - Dutton, pages. Children will enjoy beating Encyclopedia Brown to the solution in each of these 10 short stories. The cases require different knowledge to solve them, so this collection is good for budding history buffs and scientists.

Find Encyclopedia Brown Cracks the Case at your local library. From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by: E. Twelve-year-old Claudia and her younger brother Jamie are running away from the tyranny of unappreciative parents and the drudgery of day-to-day living.

Claudia has carefully hand-picked the beautiful Metropolitan Museum of Art as their new home. There they quite unexpectedly stumble upon an unknown statue by none other than Michelangelo…or is it? Winner of the Newbery Award.

Find The Homework Machine at your local library. Court intrigues and rivalries, swashbucklers, unlikely friends and a mystery in each book make these very lively historical novels.

Find The Lady Grace Mysteries at your local library. Her secret-agent stories take on a new reality when she happens upon a real spy ring. This story is the ultimate thriller for our age. Hermux is a watchmaker who also happens to be a mouse. He is mostly content with his life of order and quiet nights curled up with some cheese and a good book, but that all changes when one Linka Perflinger, aviatrix and daredevil, enters and mysteriously exits the picture.

Find Time Stops for No Mouse at your local library. In the piney woods of south Alabama, year-old Moon Blake has been raised by his survivalist father, a paranoid Vietnam veteran. When his father dies, Moon buries him beside his mother, who had softened their harsh existence while she lived. Perfect for: Kids who like realism. Find Alabama Moon at your local library. Naomi Leon Outlaw is many things: a great sister, a kind granddaughter, and an excellent soap carver, but she is having a harder time just being Naomi.

Her journey to find her own true voice and reconnect with her father takes her from a trailer park in Lemon Tree, California, to a radish-carving festival in Oaxaca, Mexico. Find Becoming Naomi Leon at your local library. Set in India, this is a lyrical and compassionate portrait of a survivor.

Thirteen-year-old Koly is getting married to someone she has never met. When her new husband turns out to be gravely ill, things take a turn for the worse. Koly finds herself widowed, hopeless and on the streets.

Find Homeless Bird at your local library. The Liberation of Gabriel King by: K. Going - G. Putnam's Sons, pages. Frita Wilson works hard to help her friend Gabe to overcome the fear of bullies in fifth grade.

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This is an inspiring story about friendship and understanding between an African American girl and a white boy. Find The Liberation of Gabriel King at your local library. A homeless orphan becomes a legend in a town divided by racism in this sometimes funny, sometimes moving, always exciting story. Find Maniac Magee at your local library.

This is an ear-to-ear-grinningly delightful school story. Parents need to know that there is nothing to be concerned about here and lots to cheer.

Families can talk about silence and civil disobedience. Why does the silence seem so powerful? What do you think of the standoff between Dave and the principal?

Find No Talking at your local library. Pollyanna by: Eleanor Porter - Simon and Schuster, pages. A tonic in cynical times, this book offers a philosophy of life that can have a big impact on younger children.

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Playing the Glad Game is worth a try for any family. Find Pollyanna at your local library. The other half leaves early for Hebrew School. That leaves Presbyterian Holling alone every Wednesday afternoon with his teacher, Mrs. Neither of them is happy at the prospect, and Holling is sure Mrs. Baker hates him as a result. At first, Mrs. Baker just has Holling clean erasers, but then decides to make better use of the time by introducing him to Shakespeare.

And as events in the larger world during the school year unfold in the background, Holling begins to learn about himself, his family, friends and the mysterious adult world.

Find The Wednesday Wars at your local library. The View From Saturday by: E. Konigsburg - Simon and Schuster, pages. Main characters not only compete in an academic contest contest answers included at the back! Olinski select the children for her team? Olinski, a paraplegic, proves to be an indomitable coach as the foursome wins one victory after another. Find The View From Saturday at your local library. Children are encouraged to interact with the exciting story. The Bugle Boy models brave steadfast friendship.

The toys are animated by the power of imagination, and represent characters from various other stories. Perfect for: Kids who like science fiction and fantasy. Find Davin at your local library.

This book transports the reader back to the enchanted land of Oz, but it is a much different Oz than the one to which Dorothy traveled. Two girls named Dori and Em will try to save Oz from yet another wicked witch.

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Find The Emerald Wand of Oz at your local library. Follow the adventures of year-old Seh snake , Fu tiger and Malao monkey in 17th-century China. With the many twists and turns in the plot, you never know who is friend or foe. Even family members are not always who they seem to be.

Find The Five Ancestors: Snake at your local library.

In the real world, Rashid Khalifa, the father, has lost his remarkable ability to tell stories, earning the moniker the Shah of Blah. Simultaneously, in the fantasy world, stories are disappearing from the Sea of Stories.

He encounters situations and characters of great originality, humor and imagination in a fast-moving tale full of word play and clever dialogue. Find Haroun and the Sea of Stories at your local library. The high-speed novel fascinates readers as the nasty maharaja of Waqt sets about kidnapping Molly at ages 10, 6 and 3, and as a baby. Will wants to attend Battleschool to serve the kingdom. His bravery and skills eventually fulfill his dream of protecting the kingdom.

This scarecrow is not from a cornfield in Oz. He is from a real cornfield, but he springs to life and goes on many dangerous adventures. The biggest danger is from a family that the reader is sure to find exciting. Find The Scarecrow and His Servant at your local library. Have you read the Brothers Grimm classic book of fairy tales? That is what sisters Sabrina and Daphne Grimm thought until their parents mysteriously disappeared one day. After being shuffled through several foster homes, they end up with a woman named Relda Grimm.

Relda claims to be their grandmother and informs the sisters that the fairy tales are actually historical events collected by their ancestors, whose role has always been to maintain the fragile peace between the humans and the Everafters, the proper term for fairy-tale creatures. Daphne, the younger sister, loves Relda and their new life, while Sabrina is skeptical. Everything changes, however, when their grandmother and Mr.

Canis, the butler, are kidnapped by a giant and the girls have no choice but to rescue their newfound family. Daphne is in second grade, with Snow White as a teacher, and school could not be more fun.

Sabrina, on the other hand, is in sixth grade and quickly discovers that the entire sixth-grade teaching staff is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Not only that, but the majority of the students sleep through every class and have not done their homework. Skellig by: David Almond - Random House, pages. This gorgeously weird novel holds readers entranced in a spell woven of moonlight, owls and poetry. Among the many pleasures of this atmospheric and stunningly beautiful novel are the characters of Michael, a deeply empathetic boy, and Mina, who studies birds and William Blake and who should be the poster child for home schooling — and the tender and touching relationship Michael and Mina develop in caring for Skellig and worrying about his baby sister.

Find Skellig at your local library. A rollicking adventure told by young Gratuity Tucci, this is the story of the invasion of Earth by aliens known as the Boov. All Americans are relocated to Florida but then to Texas, once the Boov figure out the joys of orange juice.

Gratuity only wants to find her mom. She sets out on her own, joins forces with a renegade Boovian mechanic named J. Lo, has to figure out how to save the Earth, and then the Boov from the Gorg. Good grief, what a mess! But Gratuity Tucci is a heroine of the most invincible kind: a small, year-old girl. And in the grand tradition of small, year-old girls everywhere, she is completely underestimated by absolutely everyone!

Find The True Meaning of Smekday at your local library. In this enduring winter classic, Hans and his sister Gretel must find a way to help their desperately poor family survive. Continuously in print since , this is a timeless classic of love and loyalty to share with a new generation. Perfect for: Kids who likes classic stories. Find Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates at your local library.

Snow Wings is a fantasy where evil forces have taken over the world. Six kids must learn to face their fears and work together to save the planet in this page-turner that takes its heroes on alpine adventures involving avalanche rescues, ski races, snow lizards, flying sleighs and magical snowmen. An engaging fantasy mixed with a modern-day thriller. Find Snow Wings at your local library. Turner - Houghton Mifflin, 64 pages. Short chapters present dramatic accounts of real incidents, such as an expedition to untangle a gorilla from an antelope snare or the rescue of an orphaned baby gorilla.

Factual information about these endangered animals is included, as well as full-color photos of the gorillas and the doctors. This book will appeal to animal lovers and to kids thinking of careers as veterinarians or naturalists.

Perfect for: Kids who like nonfiction and animals. Mythology by: Lady Hestia Evans - Candlewick, pages. Add to that a sidebar of mystery on every page, and they will learn the relationships between the characters in no time. Find Mythology at your local library. This nonfiction text offers older students the chance to explore the genres of writing in an easy-to-use format. The characters and illustrations were found to be intriguing enough to make students want to finish the book.

Perfect for: Kids who like to write. Secrets of Writing at your local library. Parents and teachers alike, if you want a fun and innovative way to motivate your math students, this book is for you! Tang cleverly teaches problem solving through the use of mind-stretching riddles.

Children are taught to look for patterns and solve problems in unexpected ways. Find The Grapes of Math at your local library. The name of the book alone gets readers to pick it up. This book contains much more than just trivia. Young chefs will enjoy this lively cookbook that includes more than 70 recipes from every region of the world. The format is friendly with clear ingredient lists and numbered directions. There are pronunciation guides for foreign names, interesting food and cultural facts for instance, in Ireland, salmon is the most prized fish and thought to have magical powers , and bright and colorful illustrations of the dishes.

This book would be a great way to get the whole family into the kitchen and cooking together. Perfect for: Kids who like to cook. Recipes that Take You Places at your local library. If the Addams Family had a favorite cookbook, this would be it. Aficionados will recognize some of the dishes from Mr. While some of the recipes may sound fairly disgusting, none of them really is. The titles alone are enough to fill young and mischievous cooks with glee as they look forward to presenting company with a plate of Soil with Engine Oil or some Boiled Slobbages.

Parents, please note: While the dishes are calculated to appeal to younger appetites, the directions may get a bit overwhelming for junior chefs. Adult supervision is the rule rather than the exception here, so get a firm grip on your sense of humor and wade on in. Perfect for the curious child, this guide — filled with eco-friendly activities and puzzles — shows them how to reduce waste, recycle materials and protect plants and animals.

Perfect for: Kids who like science and nature.

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