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  • 5th - 7th Grade

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    By: Louis Sachar

    Ride along with Stanley, through his journey of self-discovery and acceptance after he is wrongly accused of stealing at a charity auction, thanks to a family curse, and sent to the Camp Green Lake correctional facility for boys.

     

  • 4th & 5th Grade

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    By: Thanhha Lai

    Experience the fear, grief and ultimately, triumph and joy of Hà, a ten-year old girl who leaves war-torn Vietnam and immigrates to the United States. This is a moving story of one girl’s year of change.

  • 2nd & 3rd Grade

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    By: Melissa Thomson

    Travel to the Capital with Keena Ford and her 2nd grade class! Keena’s excited about the trip because she is running for student council, and on the field trip she’s going to meet a real live U.S. representative.

  • 2nd & 3rd Grade

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    By: Melissa Thomson

    Continue the adventures of Keena Ford, as she encounters trouble when she loses her private journal, where she keeps all of her thoughts – nice and not-so-nice. It’s a big problem when someone else gets a hold of it!

  • High School (8th -12th)

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    By: Sherman Alexie

    Trace the story of Arnold “Junior” Spirit, and his experiences straddling two different worlds: his home on the Spokane Indian Reservation, where poverty and alcoholism are prevalent, and his place at the nearby all-white high school.

  • 2nd & 3rd Grade

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    By: Alexander McCall Smith

    Travel to the Botswana with Precious Ramotswe, a detective in the making! Precious must use her smarts to solve her first great mystery–who is stealing the sweet treats her classmates bring to school?

  • HardBack

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    By: R. J. Palacio

    Explore the story of an exceptional and funny fifth grader named August Pullman, and learn about his resiliency in the face of others’ reactions to his craniofacial difference during his first year at a new school.