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Bellview Elementary School library ‘Top 10,’ March 1, 2014

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The Bellview Elementary School ‘Top 10’ represent the most often-checked-out books during the previous 30 days, as tracked by the Follett-Destiny online public access catalog.

The Bellview Elementary School ‘Top 10’ represent the most often-checked-out books during the previous 30 days, as tracked by the Follett-Destiny online public access catalog.

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  1. Bellview Elementary School library ‘Top 10’ 1. Umbrella summer FIC GRA (Graff, Lisa) After her brother Jared dies, 10-yearold Annie worries about the hidden dangers of everything, from bug bites to bicycle riding, until she is befriended by a new neighbor who is grieving her own loss. 6. Who was Neil Armstrong? 92 ARM (Edwards, Roberta) Looks at the life of Neil Armstrong, the American astronaut who in 1969 became the first person ever to set foot on the moon. 7. Young Fredle FIC VOI (Voigt, Cynthia) Fredle, a young mouse cast out of his home, faces dangers and predators outside, makes some important discoveries and allies, and learns the meaning of freedom as he struggles to 2. Eleven FIC GIF (Giff, Patricia Reilly) When Sam, who can barely read, discovers an old newspaper clipping just before his eleventh birthday, it brings forth memories from his past, and, with the help of a new friend at school and the castle they are building for a school project, his questions are eventually answered. return home. 8. Abraham Lincoln 92LIN (Osborne, Mary Pope) Photographs, illustrations, and facts provide information on the life of Abraham Lincoln and on the topics covered in Magic Tree House #25: Abraham Lincoln. 3. Marty McGuire FIC MES (Messner, Kate) When tomboy Marty is cast as the princess in the third-grade play, she learns about improvisation, which helps her become more adaptable. 9. Kenny & the dragon FIC DIT (DiTerlizzi, Tony) Kenny Rabbit tries to save his friend, the dragon, after he is labeled a community nuisance by the simple people of Roundbrook village, who arrange for the creature to be fought 4. Gregor the Overlander FIC COL (Collins, Suzanne) When eleven-year-old Gregor and his two-year-old sister are pulled into a strange underground world, they trigger an epic battle involving humans, bats, rats, cockroaches, and spiders while on a quest foretold by ancient prophecy. 5. Waiting for the magic FIC MacL (MacLachlan, Patricia) In the absence of their father, a brother and sister adopt four dogs and a cat in an attempt to save their family. by St. George. 10. Pie FIC WEE (Weeks, Sarah) Alice’s Aunt Polly passes away and entrusts the recipe for her worldfamous pie crust to her cat, which she leaves in Alice’s care, and as everyone, including Alice, tries to discover the secret ingredients, Alice learns lessons about faith, love, and family. (Represents books most frequently checked out during previous 30 days) March 1, 2014

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