Patricia Reilly Giff - Juvenile Fiction - 2012 - 80 pages
All of her ideas turn into disasters—until she finds out what a good poet she is. The sixth book in award-winning author Patricia Reilly Giff's Zigzag Kids series captures all the excitement of new friends and after-school fun.
Eoin McNamee - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 320 pages
Meanwhile, the evil Ring of Five pursues Danny, for he is the "true Fifth"—only Danny can unite the members of the Ring and awaken their full powers as master spies. From the Hardcover edition.
Eoin McNamee - Juvenile Fiction - 2012 - 336 pages
Or is he? In this exhilarating conclusion to the Ring of Five trilogy, Eoin McNamee's twists and turns will leave readers wondering who they can believe when dealing with a world of spies.
Dana Reinhardt - Juvenile Fiction - 2014 - 208 pages
The Goldens radiate charm, but beneath their charm is heartbreak, ambition, and delusion. There is so much to dissect and discuss here: this book will leave crowds of people eager to talk about the ending.
Michele Weber Hurwitz - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 192 pages
Michele Weber Hurwitz's debut is an endearing and gently humorous story about the true meaning of achievement and the important things an "ordinary" kid has to offer. From the Hardcover edition.
Maiya Williams - Juvenile Fiction - 2014 - 240 pages
Praise for Middle School Cool: “This amusing and lighthearted story pokes fun at traditional education, while celebrating nonconformity, individuality, and even oddity.”—School Library Journal From the Hardcover edition.
Betty G. Birney - Juvenile Fiction - 2012 - 176 pages
EEK-EEK-EEK! Mrs. Brisbane is missing! Humphrey has always investigated things, like why Speak-Up-Sayeh was so quiet and Tall-Paul and Small-Paul didn't get along, but this is a true mystery--Mrs. Brisbane is missing!
Gary Paulsen - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 128 pages
In Kevin, Gary Paulsen has created an appealing teen boy character who is just as human and fallible as his readers. From the Hardcover Library Binding edition.
Austin Aslan - Juvenile Fiction - 2014 - 384 pages
"--Kirkus Reviews, Starred "Aslan’s debut is a riveting tale of belonging, family, overcoming perceived limitations, and finding a home."--School Library Journal, Starred From the Hardcover edition.
Suzanne LaFleur - Juvenile Fiction - 2013 - 240 pages
When Siena writes in her diary with an old pen she found in her closet, the pen writes its own story, of Sarah and Joshua, a brother and sister who lived in the same house during World War II. As the two stories unfold, amazing parallels ...