My Name is Brain Brian by Jeanne Betancourt Brian isn't stupid; he just needs a different way to learn -- and one special teacher gives him a chance to prove it.
Sparrow Hawk Red by Ben Mikaelsen To avenge his mother's death, Ricky infiltrates a band of drug smugglers -- and pilots a small plane where no one else dares.
Chevrolet Saturdays by Candy D. Boyd Ten-year-old Joey discovers the importance of family as he details with problems at school, and at home with a new step-father.
Soccer Shock by Donna J. Napoli When 10-year-old Adam discovers that his freckles can see and talk, he plans to use this secret to get onto the school soccer team.
The Boggart by Susan Cooper Returning from a visit to the Scottish castle her family has inherited, Emily finds that she has accidently brought back with her a boggart, an invisible and mischievous spirit with a fondness for practical jokes.
The Grand Escape ** by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Two comfortable housecats venture forth to find adventure on city streets, and find themselves involved in a quest.
I Am Lavina Cumming by Susan Lowell In 1905, ten-year-old Lavina leaves her beloved Arizona ranch to live with her aunt in San Francisco, where she learns the meaning of the family motto, "Courage."
Disappearing Bike Shop by Elvira Woodruff Tyler and his best friend, Freckles, watch a building rise into the air, then disappear -- but later they make an even more amazing discovery.
Dinah for President by Claudia Mills Determined to be noticed in middle school, Dinah runs for the presidency of the sixth grade -- and meanwhile makes a very special friend.
The Star Fisher by Laurence Yep A Chinese family struggles to fit into a small West Virginia community -- and baking an apple pie may hold the key.We are currently creating content for this section. In order to be able to keep up with our high standards of service, we need a little more time. Please stop by again. Thank you for your interest!