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Beach Party Surf Monkey

              Beach Party Surf Monkey by Chris Grabenstein ; illustrations by Brooke Allen “P.T. and Gloria try to save the Wonderland again by getting a teen singing sensation to shoot a movie at the motel”– Provided by publisher. Book 2 in the Welcome to Wonderland Series. Get book 1, Home Sweet Motel.   Read More »

The End of the Wild

              The End of the Wild by┬áNicole Helget “Eleven-year-old Fern helps to take care of her impoverished family by foraging for food in the forest, but when a fracking company rolls into town, she realizes that her peaceful woods and her family’s livelihood could be threatened”– Provided by publisher.   Read More »

Moo Moo in a Tutu

              Moo Moo In a Tutu by Tim Miller A cow who wants to be a ballerina? Are you for real? This is a hilarious, one-of-a-kind friendship story between an adventurous cow and a very loyal duck that will have you quacking up all the way through and applauding for more.   Read More »

Lucky Broken Girl

              Lucky Broken Girl by Ruth Behar In 1960s New York, fifth-grader Ruthie, a Cuban-Jewish immigrant, must rely on books, art, her family, and friends in her multicultural neighborhood when an accident puts her in a body cast.   Read More »

Langston Hughes

              Langston Hughes: Poems edited by David Roessel & Arnold Rampersad; illustrations by Benny Andrews An illustrated collection of twenty-six poems by noted African-American poet Langston Hughes, and contains a detailed introduction and biography, as well as brief notes accompanying each poem.   Read More »