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  • 4th - 6th Grade

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    By: Christopher Paul Curtis

    Search for family and belonging, with courageous Bud Caldwell, a ten-year-old, African-American boy of the Depression Era. His journey is filled with highs and lows and his optimism carries him to an unintended, but welcome outcome.

  • 4th - 6th Grade

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    By: Kekla Magoon

    Explore the story of Ella and her best friend Z, two social outcasts whose lives are changed when a new kid joins their class, altering the ways they see themselves and each other.

  • 4th - 6th Grade

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    By: Jacqueline Woodson

    Frannie, an outspoken 11-year-old girl, comes to develop a keen understanding of difference when a new kid, who is different from all the other kids in her class, appears at her school.

  • 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 - 6th Grade

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    By: Christopher Paul Curtis

    Follow the story of a smart and feisty twelve-year-old named Deza Malone, and her family’s resilient journey through the tough times and challenges of the Great Depression.

  • 4th - 6th Grade

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    By: Lois Lowry

    Follow the story of Annemarie, a brave 10-year-old growing up in Denmark during the time of the Nazi occupation. Annemarie seeks to protect her best friend Ellen, who is Jewish, from the dangers that confront them both during this dark period in history.

  • High School (8th -12th)

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    By: Dr. Victor Rios

    Trace the true-life story of Dr. Victor Rios, a college professor who grew up amid poverty and violence, in Oakland, California. He inspires us with his perseverance and resiliency to conquer obstacles.

  • 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.