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  • UnpluggedUnplugged

    Korman, Gordon, author.

    Relates, in multiple voices, the adventures of a group of youngsters at an electronics-free wellness camp where wealthy, spoiled Jett, leads other campers in trying to stop a criminal.

  • Power up

    Nisson, Sam, author.

    "This boundary-pushing graphic novel that unfolds online and IRL takes readers from the halls of middle school, to epic robot video game battles, and back again"--From the publisher's web site.

  • The comebackThe comeback

    Shen, E L., author.

    Twelve-year-old Maxine Chen dreams of being a figure skating champion, but a remarkably talented new girl at the arena and a racist classmate at school test her resolve.

  • Guinness World Records, 2021Guinness World Records, 2021

    Presents the biggest, smallest, fastest, longest, and other record setters for 2016 in the categories of space, Earth, animals, humans, recordology, journeys, toys and games, engineering and architecture, arts and media, science and technology, and sports.

  • Ground zero / by Alan Gratz

    Gratz, Alan.

    Brandon is visiting his dad on the 107th floor of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 when the attack comes; Reshmina is a girl in Afghanistan who has grown up in the aftermath of that attack but dreams of peace, becoming a teacher and escaping her village and the narrow role that the Taliban believes is appropriate for women--both are struggling to survive, both changed forever by the events of 9/11.

  • The smartest kid in the universe

    Grabenstein, Chris, author.

    When seventh-grader Jake McQuade mistakes the world's first ingestible knowledge pills for jelly beans, he suddenly knows all about physics and geometry and can speak Swahili (though Spanish would be a lot more useful); but his sort-of girlfriend Grace thinks they can use his new found brilliance to save their middle school from the new principal, who is conspiring to get it shut down.

  • Baseball's leading ladyBaseball's leading lady : Effa Manley and the rise and fall of the Negro Leagues

    Williams, Andrea, author.

    "The true story of Effa Manley, the first and only woman in the Baseball Hall of Fame, and her ownership role in the Negro Leagues leading up to the integration of Major League Baseball"--Provided by the publisher.

  • The magic fish

    Trung, Le Nguyen, author.

    "Real life isn't a fairytale. But Tiäãen still enjoys reading his favorite stories with his parents from the books he borrows from the local library. It's hard enough trying to communicate with your parents as a kid, but for Tiäãen, he doesn't even have the right words because his parents are struggling with their English. Is there a Vietnamese word for what he's going through? Is there a way to tell them he's gay?"--Provided by the publisher.

  • The lion of MarsThe lion of Mars

    Holm, Jennifer L., author.

    "When a mysterious virus breaks out in the U.S. settlement on Mars, Bell and his friends must work together to save not just their home, but all the other international settlements on the planet"--Provided by the publisher.

  • The million dollar race

    Smith, Matthew Ross, author.

    "When Grant Falloon's dreams of winning the Babblemoney Games are hindered by his parents' alternative lifestyle, he creates his own internet country to get back into the competition"--Provided by the publisher.

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  • SylvieSylvie

    Kantorovitz, Sylvie, author.

    "Sylvie lives in a school in France. Her father is the principal, and her home is an apartment at the end of a hallway of classrooms. As a young child, Sylvie and her brother explore this most unusual kingdom, full of small mysteries and quirky surprises. But in middle and high school, life grows more complicated. Sylvie becomes aware of her parents' conflicts, the complexities of shifting friendships, and what it means to be the only Jewish family in town. She also begins to sense that her perceived 'success' relies on the pursuit of math and science--even though she loves art. In a funny and perceptive graphic memoir, author-illustrator Sylvie Kantorovitz traces her first steps as an artist and teacher. The text captures her poignant questioning and her blossoming confidence, while the droll illustrations depict her making art as both a means of solace and self-expression. An affecting portrait of a unique childhood, Sylvie connects the ordinary moments of growing up to a life rich in hope and purpose"--Provided by the publisher.

  • The deep endThe deep end

    Kinney, Jeff.

    "On their a cross-country camping trip, Greg Heffley and his family find themselves stranded at an RV park that's not exactly a summertime paradise and when the skies open up and the water starts to rise, the Heffleys wonder if they can save their vacation--or if they're already in too deep"--OCLC.

  • Things seen from aboveThings seen from above

    Pearsall, Shelley.

    "April is looking for an escape from the sixth-grade lunch hour, which has become a social-scene nightmare, so she signs up to be a 'buddy bench monitor' for the fourth graders' recess. Joey Byrd is a boy on the fringes, who wanders the playground alone, dragging his foot through the dirt. But over time, April realizes that Joey isn't just making random circles. When you look at his designs from above, a story emerges . . . Joey's 'bird's eye' drawings reveal what he observes and thinks about every day"--Amazon.

  • The smartest kid in the universe

    Grabenstein, Chris, author.

    When seventh-grader Jake McQuade mistakes the world's first ingestible knowledge pills for jelly beans, he suddenly knows all about physics and geometry and can speak Swahili (though Spanish would be a lot more useful); but his sort-of girlfriend Grace thinks they can use his new found brilliance to save their middle school from the new principal, who is conspiring to get it shut down.

  • Measuring upMeasuring up

    LaMotte, Lily.

    Having just moved to Seattle from Taiwan, twelve-year-old Cici enters a cooking competition to win the chance to see her grandmother again, but she only knows how to cook Taiwanese food.

  • Batting order

    Lupica, Mike, author.

    Twelve-year-old Matt Baker is the best all-rounder on his baseball team, but can he help Big Ben Roberson improve his hitting and stand up to his father?

  • Diary of a wimpy kid: wrecking ballDiary of a wimpy kid: wrecking ball

    Kinney, Jeff.

    In Wrecking Ball, Book 14 of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series--from #1 international bestselling author Jeff Kinney--an unexpected inheritance gives Greg Heffley's family a chance to make big changes to their house. But they soon find that home improvement isn't all it's cracked up to be.

  • Dork diaries:  Tales from a not-so-happy birthdayDork diaries: Tales from a not-so-happy birthday : #13

    Russell, Rachel Renee.

    Nikki and her BFF's Chloe and Zoey have been planning a birthday party of epic proportions! There's just one problem--Nikki's mom says no way to the budget they need to make it happen. Nikki's ready to call the whole thing off, but some surprising twists might take that decision out of her hands, and help comes from the person Nikki would least expect. One way or another, this will be a birthday that Nikki will never forget!.

  • Diary of a wimpy kid: The meltdownDiary of a wimpy kid: The meltdown

    Kinney, Jeff.

    When snow closes Greg Heffley's middle school, he and his best friend, Rowley Jefferson, face a fight for survival as warring gangs turn the neighborhood into a wintry battlefield.

  • Grenade / by Alan Gratz

    Gratz, Alan.

    On April 1, 1945 with the battle of Okinawa beginning, fourteen-year-old native Okinawan Hideki, drafted into the Blood and Iron Student Corps, is handed two grenades and told to go kill American soldiers; small for his age Hideki does not really want to kill anyone, he just wants to find his family, and his struggle across the island will finally bring him face-to-face with Ray, a marine in his very first battle--and the choice he makes then will change his life forever.

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