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These titles available for use in 4th - 5th Grade. Please read and follow restrictions carefully. Target grade level proficiency = 770-980 Lexile.
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TITLEAUTHORLENGTHGENRE/TYPELEXILE LEVELGRADE INTERESTSUMMARYAWARD or EXEMPLAR
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11 BirthdaysMass, Wendy267 p. Fiction, Comedy and Humor6503-5After celebrating their first nine same-day birthdays together, Amanda and Leo, having fallen out on their tenth and not speaking to each other for the last year, prepare to celebrate their eleventh birthday separately but peculiar things begin to happen as the day of their birthday begins to repeat itself over and over again.
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26 Fairmount AvenuedePaulo, Tomie80Fiction7602-5Tomie's family starts building their new house at 26 Fairmount Avenue in 1938, just as a hurricane hits town, starting off a busy, crazy year. Tomie has many adventures all his own, including eating chocolate with his Nana Upstairs, only to find out-the hard way-that they have eaten chocolate laxative. He tries to skip kindergarten when he finds out he won't learn to read until first grade.Newbery
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39 Clues: The Maze of the BonesRiordan, Rick220 p.Fiction Adventure, Mystery and Suspense 6103-6When their beloved Aunt Grace dies, Dan, 11, and Amy, 14-along with other Cahill descendants-are faced with an unusual choice: inherit one million dollars or participate in a perilous treasure hunt. As the siblings work together to solve puzzles and survive dangers, they develop into well-drawn individuals with their own strengths and personalities. Supporting Cahill cast members come across as intentionally exaggerated caricatures, adding to the tale's breathless fun.
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5 Worlds: The Sand WarriorSegle, Mark248Science Fiction/Graphic NovelsGN4003-6The Five Worlds are on the brink of extinction unless five ancient and mysterious beacons are lit. When war erupts, three unlikely heroes will discover there's more to themselves-and more to their worlds-than meets the eye.2019
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A Corner of the UniverseMartin, Ann M.208Fiction7503-6During the summer that Hattie Owen turns 12, she meets her Uncle Adam--whom no one has ever spoken about. Now that his "school"--an institution for the mentally disabled--is closing, Hattie's family must deal with a childlike young man whose existence they've denied for years.Newbery
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A Fine White DustRylant, Cynthia112Fiction7405-8The visit of the traveling Preacher Man to his small North Carolina town gives new impetus to 13 year old Peter Cassidy's struggle to reconcile his own deeply felt religious beliefs with the different beliefs and non-beliefs of his family and friends. The book is about what a hero is and how to choose a good one, how to be different from your parents and how to work out your own value system.Newbery
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A Girl Named DisasterFarmer, Nancy320Fiction7303-6Nhamo's mother is dead, and her father is gone. She is a virtual slave in her small African village. Before her twelfth birthday, Nhamo learns that she must marry a cruel man with three other wives and decides desperately to run away. Alone on the river, in a stolen boat, she is swept into the uncharted heart of a great lake. There, she battles drowning, starvation, and wild animals, and comes to know Africa's mystical, luminous spirits. Nancy Farmer's masterful storytelling makes this a truly spellbinding novel and readers will be cheering for Nhamo from beginning to end. A gripping adventure, equally a survival story and a spiritual voyage. Nhamo is a stunning creation while she serves as a fictional ambassador from a foreign culture, she is supremely human.Newbery
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A History of USHakim, JoySeriesNonfictionNot Available5-8This series weaves together the stories that bring American history to life.Core
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A Night Divided Nielsen, Jennifer317 p.Historical Fiction810L3-6When the Berlin Wall went up, Gerta, her mother, and her brother Fritz were trapped on the eastern side where they were living, while her father, and her other brother Dominic were in the West--four years later, now twelve, Gerta sees her father on a viewing platform on the western side and realizes he wants her to risk her life trying to tunnel to freedom.Beehive Award
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Abel's IslandSteig, William117 p.Fiction 9203-6Castaway on an uninhabited island, Abel, a very civilized mouse, finds his resourcefulness and endurance tested to the limit as he struggles to survive and return to his home.
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About Time: A First Look at Time and ClocksKoscielniak, Bruce32Nonfiction12005-6The history of time and clocks.Core
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Accidental HeroMyklusch, Matt470 p.Fantasy780L5-8"Previously published as Jack Blank and the Imagine Nation." Twelve-year-old Jack, freed from a dismal orphanage, makes his way to the elusive and impossible Imagine Nation, where a mentor saves him from dissection and trains him to use his superpower, despite the virus he carries that makes him a threat. Note to Teacher: Additional comments: Not developmentally appropriate for 4th grade. This book is tied to the Wonders Novels classroom library set, however, the book is not well written and is very long. Use discretion when using in the classroom. 2017
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Adam of the RoadGray, Elizabeth Janet317 p.Historical Fiction 10304-6The adventures of an eleven-year-old boy in 13th century England as he searches for his father and his dog.
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Adventurous Deeds of Deadwood JonesHemphill, Helen192 p.Fiction7205-8Thirteen-year-old Prometheus Jones and his eleven-year-old cousin Omer flee Tennessee and join a cattle drive that will eventually take them to Texas, where Prometheus hopes his father lives, and they find adventure and face challenges as African-Americans in a land still recovering from the Civil War.
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Aesop's FablesMcGovern, Ann78 p.Classics Fables Folk Tales and Myths7804-667 fables, with a short profile of Aesop
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Afternoon of the ElvesLisle, Janet Taylor122 p.Fantasy823-5As Hillary works in the miniature village, allegedly built by elves, in Sara-Kate's backyard, she becomes more and more curious about Sra-Kate's real life inside her big, gloomy house with your mysterious, silent mother. Deals with poverty, neglect, and prejudice. Teacher discussion needed.
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Akhenaten adventure, The: Children of the lampKerr, P.B.355 p.Adventure Series Fantasy9006-8John & Phillipa, twelve-year old twins discover they are djinn, they go to live with their uncle in England, where takes them to Egypt to learn about their extraordinary powers.
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Alice in WonderlandCarrol, Lewis159 p.Classics Fantasy8903+A little girl falls down a rabbit hole and discovers a world of nonsensical and amusing characters.
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Alida's SongPaulsen, Gary88 p.Realistic Fiction14606-8A fourteen-year-old boy who has been neglected by irresponsible parents spends a wonderful summer on a farm where his grandmother cooks for two elderly brothers.
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Along Came a DogDejong, Meindert192Fiction9503-6The friendship of a little red hen and a homeless dog who appoints himself her protector ‘is treated by the author with delicacy and strength in lovely and lucid prose.'Beehive
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Amina's VoiceKhan, Hena197Realistic Fiction8003-6The Amina that readers meet at at the beginning of the story—a shy, unsure young girl—gradually and beautifully blossoms into the confident girl she longs to be. Khan gracefully balances portraying the unique features of Amina’s cultural and religious background with familiar themes of family, belonging, and friendship worries, which should resonate with a wide range of readers. Written as beautifully as Amina’s voice surely is, this compassionate, timely novel is highly recommended for all libraries.2019
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Amos Fortune, Free ManYates, Elizabeth181 p.Historical Fiction10906-8The life of an eighteenth-century African prince who after being captured by slave traders, was brought to Massachusetts where he was a slave until he was able to buy his freedom at the age of sixty.
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An Ant ColonyFischer-nagel, Heiderose48NonfictionNot Available2-5Focusing on the red ant species Formica polyctena , the Fischer-Nagels discuss the physical and behavioral characteristics of workers, males, and queens and the various functions each must perform for their colony's survival. They examine the formation of a new colony by a young queen, the construction of an anthill, and the day-to-day operations carried out by workers. The text also describes basic ant anatomy, the stages of development, defense mechanisms, and natural enemies. Sharp color photographs, most of which are greatly enlarged, accompany the text on almost every page. Beehive
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Anastasia KrupnikLowry, Lois113 p.Fiction Comedy and humor7005-8Anastasia's 10th year has some good things like falling in love and really getting to know her grandmother and some good things like finding out about an impending baby brother.
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And Now MiguelKrumgold, Joseph245 p.Classics Fiction7806-8Miguel lives with his family on a sheep ranch in New Mexico. More than anything else, he longs to go with the men to the Sangre de Christo Mountains. More for boys, role of females is superficial.
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Angel on the SquareWhelan, Gloria293 p.Hisorical fiction8205-8In 1913 Russia, twelve-year-old Katya eagerly anticipates leaving her St. Petersburg home, though not her older cousin Misha, to join her mother, a lady in waiting in the household of Tsar Nicholas II, but the ensuing years bring world war, revolution, and undreamed of changes to her life.
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Animal Family, TheJarrell, Randall192Fiction9204-6This is the story of how, one by one, a man found himself a family. Almost nowhere in fiction is there a stranger, dearer, or funnier family -- and the life that the members of The Animal Familylive together, there in the wilderness beside the sea, is as extraordinary and as enchanting as the family itself.Newbery
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Anna All Year RoundHahn, Mary Downing133 p.Fiction6103-5Eight year old Anna experiences a series of episodes, some funny others sad, involving family and friends during a year in Baltimore just before World War One.
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Anne of Green GablesMontgomery, L.M.304 p.Classics Realistic fiction9905-8Anne, an eleven-year-old orphan, is sent by mistake to live with a lonely, middle-aged brother and sister on a Prince Edward Island farm and proceeds to make an indelible impression on everyone around her.
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Annie and the Old OneMiles, Miska44Fiction700K-3Annie, an Indian child, resorts to extremes in trying to prevent her dear grandmother from dying. The ``old one'' has said she will return to Earth when she has finished helping Annie and Annie's mother to weave their new rug, so the child does everything she can to delay the project. When the grandmother explains her beliefs, Annie understands and no longer attempts to hold back time. PW praised Miles for a story representing ``a difficult challenge'' and Parnall's pictures that ``reflect the dignity of thetext,'' in the 1971 Newbery Honor book. (68)Newbery
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Anpao: An American Indian OdysseyHighwater, Jamake256Fiction8803-6Anpao is young and Handsome and Brave -- a man any maiden would be proud to call her husband. Any maiden but Ko-Ko-Mik-e-is, that is, who calims she belongs to the Sun alone. And so Anpao sets off for the house of the Sun to ask permission to marry the woman he loves. But Anpao's journey is not an easy one. Before he can reach the Sun, Anapao must travel back in time to the dawn of the world. He must relive his own creation, venture through The World Beneath the World, and battle the many magical mystical creatures of Native American legends. For only by doing so can Anpao discover who he really is, and rove to the Sun why he alone is worthy of the fair Ko-komik-e-isNewbery
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Apple and the Arrow, theBuff, Mary & Conrad76Fiction7504-6This is the legend of William Tell and his brave son.Newbery
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Attaboy, SamLowry, Lois116 p.Fiction7403-5Sam is able to help his sister Anastasia with the poem she is writing for their mother's birthday, but his own efforts to create a special perfume are disastrous.
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Babe: the Gallant PigKing-Smith, Dick118 p.Animal Stories10403-5A piglet destined for eventual butchering arrives at the farmyard, is adopted by an old sheep dog, and discovers a special secret to success.
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Babymouse 2, Our HeroHolm, Jennifer91 p.FantasyNot Available3-5An imaginative young mouse is terrified to face her enemy in dodge ball, but with the help of her best friend and support from her mother, she not only plays the game, she proves herself a hero. Graphic novel
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Badger Knight, The Erskine, Kathryn 325Historical Fiction7705-8In England in 1346, Adrian has three problems: he is small for his twelve years, he is an albino, so people are suspicious of him, and his father wants him to be a scribe, while he wants to be an archer--but when he runs away to join his friend in the fight against the invading Scots, he learns that war can be a lot more complicated then he imagined.
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Balloons over Broadway: The True Story of the Puppeteer of the Macy's ParadeSeet, Mellissa40Nonfiction10003-5The history of the Thanksgiving Day parade in new york.
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Bandit's MoonFleischman, Sid136 p.Historical Fiction6903-5Twelve-year-old Annyrose, left behind when her brother joins the Gold Rush, escapes the unscrupulous woman with whom she is staying and sets out on a grand adventure with the notorious bandit Joaquin Murieta and his band of outlaws.
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Banner in the SkyUllman, James Ramsey285 p.Adventure6806-8Sixteen-year-old Rudi dreams of being the first to climb the highest mountain in Switzerland.
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Battle for the Castle, TheWinthrop, Elizabeth211 p.Fiction, Adventure, Science fiction and fantasy7003-5Twelve-year-old William uses the magic token to return, through the toy castle in his attic, to the medieval land of Sir Simon, which is now menaced by a skeleton ship bearing a plague of ravenous rats.
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Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days!Manes, Stephen76 p.Comedy and Humor7203-5Milo, tired of problems with his sister, parents, and classmates, finds a book in the library which promises to make him perfect in just three days.
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Beany and the Dreaded WeddingWojciechowski, Susan121 p.Fiction7703-6Beany loves her cousin Amy but is worried about something going wrong if she agrees to be the flower girl in Amy's wedding.
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Bear Dancer: the Story of a Ute GirlWyss, Thelma181 p.Historical FictionNot Available3-6Elk girl, a member of the Ute tribe is captured by the Cheyenne during the 1860s, sold to an Arapaho warrior, rescued by a white soldier, and finally returned to her family.
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Bears on Hemlock Mountain, TheDalgliesh, Alice64Fiction4902-4"There are no bears on Hemlock Mountain, No bears, no bears at all..." Or so young Jonathan is told by the grown-ups as he sets out alone over Hemlock Mountain. But as Jonathan discovers on that cold winter night, grown-ups don't always know... And there are bears on Hemlock Mountain!Newbery
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Beasts of Tarzan, TheBurroughs, Edgar Rice240 p.Adventure Fiction1360ADStranded on a deserted island, Tarzan, now Lord Greystoke, calls upon the beasts of the jungle to help him save his abducted wife and son.
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Because of Mr. TeruptRob Buyea269 p.Fiction5603-6Seven fifth-graders at Snow Hill School in Connecticut relate how their lives are changed for the better because of their teacher Mr. Terupt.
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Because of Winn-DixieDiCamillo, Kate182 p. Fiction / Animal6103-6Ten-year-old, India Opal Buloni describes her first summer in the town of Naomi, Florida and all the good things that happen to her because of her big ugly dog Winn-Dixie.
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Becoming Naomi LeonRyan, Pam Muñoz246 p.Adventure Fiction8305-8When Naomi's absent mother resurfaces to claim her, Naomi runs away to Mexico with her great-grandmother and younger brother, in search of her father.
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Bella at MidnightStanley, Diane278 p.Fantasy9505-8Bella's peasant life is changed when her real father, a knight who abandoned her when she was a baby, comes and reclaims her, moving her to his home where lives with a resentful stepmother and two horrible stepsisters and learns about a plot to kill her friend, Prince Julian.
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Ben and MeLawson, Robert125 p. Historical Fiction1010L3-6Ever wonder where inventors get their ideas? As it turns out, the great inventor Benjamin Franklin got his best ideas from a mouse named Amos! Funny, interesting and wise, this classic tale has been a favorite for generations. Once you've met Amos and read his account, you'll never think of Ben Franklin-or American history-quite the same way. Included in the Wonders Reading Program for 6th Grade. 2017
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Best Christmas pageant ever, TheRobinson, Barbara80 p.Fiction7603-6The six mean Herdman kids lie, steal, smoke cigars and then become involved in the community Christmas pageant.
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Best School Year Ever, TheRobinson, Barbara117 p.Fiction10203-6The six horrible Herdman kids cause mayhem throughout the school year.
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BFG, TheDahl, Roald219 p.Fantasy7203-6Kidsnatched from her orphanage by the BFG(Big Friendly Giant) who spends his life blowing happy dreams to children, Sophie concocts a plan with him to save the world from nine other man-gobbling canny-bull giants.
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Bill Peet: An AutobiographyPeet, Bill192Nonfiction11904-6The well-known author and illustrator relates the story of his life and work.Beehive
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Binky the Space CatSpires, Ashley64 p.Graphic Novels, Fiction/comics7402-6"A Binky adventure"--Cover. Binky, a house cat who believes the family home is actually a space station, trains and prepares to travel into outer space, where his humans go everyday and need his protection. Instructional Recommendations-Good for a storyboard and writing or Read Aloud.
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Birchbark House, TheErdrich, Louise244Fiction9703-5Told from the perspective of a young Native American girl in 1847. Establishes an alternate voice to the "Little House" books by WilderCore
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Black BeautySewell, Anna258 p.Historical Fiction4505-8A horse in 19th century England recounts his experiences with both good and bad masters.
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Black Cauldron, TheAlexander, Lloyd182 p.Fantasy7605-8Taran, assistant pig-keeper of Prydain, faces even more dangers as he seeks the magical black cauldron, the chief implement of the evil powers of Arawn, lord of the land of Death.
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Black StallionFarley, Walter197 p.Adventure6805-8The story of the understanding and love between a boy and a magnificent wild horse and the adventures and dangers they share.
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Blood on the RiverElisa Carbone237 p.Historical Fiction8205-8Traveling to the New World in 1606 as the page to Captain John Smith, when an orpahn, Samuel Collier, settles in the new colony of James Town.
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Bloomability Creech, Sharon273 p.Fiction8503-6When her aunt and uncle take her from New Mexico to Lugan, Switzerland, to attend an international school, thirteen-year-old Dinnie discovers her world expanding.
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BlubberBlume, Judy181 p.Fiction6103-6What happens when teasing goes too far? This classic middle grade novel from Judy Blume addresses the timeless topic of bullying and has a fresh new look
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Blue Fingers: A ninja's taleWhitesel, Cheryl Aylward252 p.Historical FictionNot Available5-8Having failed apprenticeship as a dye maker, Koji is captured and forced to train as a ninja, where he remains disloyal until samurai have burned his former village.
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Blue Sword, TheMcKinley, Robin256Fiction10304-6Harry Crewe is an orphan girl who comes to live in Damar, the desert country shared by the Homelanders and the secretive, magical Hillfolk. Her life is quiet and ordinary-until the night she is kidnapped by Corlath, the Hillfolk King, who takes her deep into the desert. She does not know the Hillfolk language; she does not know why she has been chosen. But Corlath does. Harry is to be trained in the arts of war until she is a match for any of his men. Does she have the courage to accept her true fate?Newbery
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Blue WillowGates, Doris176Fiction9204-6A little girl, who wants most of all to have a real home and to go to a regular school, hopes that the valley her family has come to, which so resembles the pattern on her treasured blue willow plate, will be their permanent home.Newbery
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Bomb: The Race to Build - and Steal - the World's Most Dangerous WeaponSheinkin, Steve272Nonfiction9204+in December of 1938, a chemist in a German lab made a shocking discovery. The story and intrigue of the scientists and the times that mad the atomic bomb happen.Newbery
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Bone by Bone: Comparing Animal SkeletonsTS. Spookytooth32Informational7105-9
Read about how human skeletons are like—and unlike—those of other animals.
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Book of Animal Poetry: 200 Poems with Photographs that Squeak, Soar, and Roar!Lewis, Patrick J (compiler)192PoetryNot AvailableK-7Gorgeous, full-bleed photographs of wild and domesticated animals accompany animal-focused poems ranging from classic works to the writings of modern children’s poetsBeehive
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Book of Boy, The288Medieval fiction2-6A young boy and a pilgrim set out on a Quest with trilling chases, comic observations, and the climatic revelation of Boy's true nature.2019 Newbery Honor
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Book ScavengerBertman, Jennifer Chambliss354 p.Mystery8105-8Grades 4-6. To Emily, who has moved 8 times in her 12 years, San Francisco seems the ideal place to live. She quickly finds a good friend in her neighbor James, and the city is the headquarters of her beloved Book Scavenger game, which combines reading, puzzle solving, and treasure hunting. After Garrison Griswold, the game’s creator, is mugged, Emily finds a unique book near the crime scene. Soon she and James are playing Griswold’s new game, trying to elude the thugs who attacked him and investigating who is behind the crime.
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Book Without Words: a Fable of Medieval MagicAvi203Nonfiction9605-8Thorston, an alchemist who has spent his life trying to decipher the secret to immortality is on the brink of realizing his dream when he drops dead.
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BookedAlexander, Kwame320Fiction - Novel in verse66010-12 yearsFollow-up to Crossover: Electric and heartfelt novel-in-verse by poet Kwame Alexander bends and breaks as it captures all the thrills and setbacks, action and emotion of a World Cup matchBeehive 2018
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Borrowers Afield, TheNorton, Mary215 p.Fantasy8503-6"An Odyssey/Harcourt young classic." The further adventures of the family of miniature people who, after losing their home under the kitchen floor of an old English house, are forced to move out to the fields.
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Borrowers, TheNorton, Mary180 p.Fantasy7803-6Miniature people survive in an old country house by borrowing things from the humans who live there also.
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Bound for OregonVan Leeuwen, Jean167 p.Historical Fiction8305-8Mary Ellen Todd and her family travel from their home in Arkansas westward over the Oregon trail in 1852. They encounter stroms, Indians, disease and death. Science and health
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Boxcar Children, The (Series)Warner, Gertrude Chandler150Mystery3403-6A series of mysteries, solved by four siblings, featuring simple vocabulary and sentence structure
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Boy at War, A: a Novel of Pearl HarborMazer, Henry104 p.Historical Fiction5305-8While fishing with his friends in Honolulu, Adam is caught in the midst of the Japanese attack and tries to find his father who was serving on the U.S.S. Arizona. Discusses racist views toward the Japanese
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Boy Who Saved BaseballRitter, John216 p.Fiction6605-8The fate of a small California town rests on one baseball game, and Tom Gallagher hopes to lead his team to victory with the secrets of a disgraced player.
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Boy Who Saved ClevelandGiblin, James Cross64 p.Historical Fiction7403-6During a malaria epidemic in late eighteenth century Cleveland, ten-year old Seth Doan surprises everyone by having enough strength and energy to grind enough corn to feed everyone
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Boy: Tales of childhoodDahl, Roald176 p.Biography10905-8Humorous anecdotes from the author's childhood, including his summer vacations in Norway and life at an English boarding school.
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Breaking Stalin's NoseYelchin, Eugene154Fiction6705-6The story of a young boy in conflict during the Stalin regime.Newbery
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Brian's WinterPaulsen, Gary133 p.Survival11405-8Instead of being rescued from a plane crash, as in Hatchet, this story portrays what would have happened to Brian had he been forced to spend a winter in the wilderness.
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Bridge to TerabithiaPaterson, Katherine128 p.Fiction8105-8The life of a ten-year old boy in rural Virginia expands when he becomes friends with a newcomer who subsequently meets an untimely death trying to reach their hideaway Terabithia during a storm.
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Bright IslandRobinson, Mabel288Fiction9404-6When sixteen-year-old Thankful Curtis must leave Bright Island, Maine, for the first time in 1937, she has trouble adjusting to life on the mainland, new people, and "proper schooling," and yearns for her days of farming with her father and sailing.Newbery
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Brighty of the Grand CanyonHenry, Marguerite222 p.Adventure8805-8Brighty is the story of a free-spirited wild donkey. As he roams the Grand Canyon he encounters an old miner, President Teddy Roosevelt, and a ruthless claim-jumper. Desert biomes.
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Bronze Bow, TheSpeare, Elizabeth George254 p.Historical Fiction7605-8A young boy seeks revenge from the Romans for killing his parents, but is turned away from vengeance by JesusNewbery
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Brown Girl DreamingWoodson, Jacqueline336Biography, poetry9904-9Jacqueline Woodson’s lyrical memoir chronicles the incidents and emotions she experienced as an African-American girl growing up in the 1960s and 1970s. Precise language magnifies moments and connects them to the larger historical narrative. Her elegant and evocative standalone poems weave a story about her development from a struggling reader and dreamer into a confident young woman and writerNewbery
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Bud, not BuddyCurtis, Christopher Paul245 p.Historical Fiction9505-8A motherless boy living in Flint, Michigan during the Great Depression escapes a bad foster home and sets out in search of his father.
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Bully for You, Teddy RooseveltFritz, Jean127 p.Biography9803-6Follows the life of the dynamic 26th President including his conservation work, hunting expeditions, family life and political career.
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Bunnicula: a rabbit tale of mysteryHowe, Deborah98 p.Fiction7003-6Though scoffed at by Harold the dog, Chester the cat tries to warn his human family that their foundling baby bunny must be a vampire.
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By the Shores of Silver LakeWilder, Laura Ingalls304Western8203-6Laura Ingalls and her family follow Pa west to start what will soon become a new town by Silver Lake.Newbery
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Cabin Faced West, TheFritz, Jean124 p.Historical Fiction8603-6Ten-year old Anna overcomes loneliness and learns to appreciate the importance of her role in settling the wilderness of Western Pennsylvania.
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Caddie WoodlawnBrink, Carol Ryrie242 p.Historical Fiction, 9205-8Caddie grows up with her six brothers and sisters on the Wisconsin frontier.Newbery
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Caleb's StoryPatricia MacLahlan134 p.Historical Fiction8303-6Sequel to: Skylark
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Calico BushField, Rachel224Fiction10604-6The classic pioneer story of Marguerite, a young French orphan in the New World, who promises to serve the Sargent family for six long years in retum for shelter, food and clothing.Newbery
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Call it CourageSperry, Armstrong95 p.Fiction7005-8Mafatu overcomes his terrible fear of the sea
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Candy Bomber: The Story of the Berlin Airlift's Chocolate PilotTunnell, Michael O.120Nonfiction11304-7After World War II, the U.S. and Britain airlifted food and supplies into Russian-blockaded West Berlin. U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Gail Halvorsen knew the children of the city were suffering. To lift their spirits, he began dropping chocolate and gum by parachute. A remarkable true story full of history and heart.Beehive
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Candy Shop War, TheMull, Brandon409Fantasy7505-8When four fifth graders meet the owner of the new candy shop in town, and are given a magical candy, they acquire super powers that come with dangerous consequences.
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