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  • 1. So Many Books…
  • 2.  
  • 3. Miss Brooks Loves Books! (and I don’t) Barbara Bottner
  • 4. “ Protect your heart”
  • 5. Foiled Jane Yolen
  • 6. Folly Marthe Jocelyn
  • 7. "I did not know the heart were like a china teacup hanging in the cupboard from a single hook, that it could chip and crack and finally smash to the ground under a boot heel. And I did not know that even smithereens could reassemble into a heart. I did not know any of this”
  • 8. Mercury Hope Larson
  • 9. Puzzling Things Out
  • 10. Meanwhile Jason Shiga
  • 11. Pluto Naoki Urasawa, Osamu Tezuka. Takashi Nagasaki; Jared Cook, Frederik L Schodt
  • 12. When You Reach Me Rebecca Stead
  • 13. The Secret Science Alliance and the Copycat Crook Eleanor Davis
  • 14. Green Manor: Assassins and Gentlemen Fabien Vehlmann, Bodart, Elaine Kemp
  • 15. The Cardturner Louis Sachar
  • 16. “ I had told Leslie to stay away until Clifff arrived, so I could have some time alone with Toni, but that wasn’t working out exactly as planned. I’m a lot smoother in my daydreams than I am in real life.”
  • 17. Food for Thought
  • 18. A World of Food: Nigeria Dereen Taylor
  • 19. The Omnivore’s Dilemma: The Secrets Behind What You Eat Michael Pollan
  • 20. Tyranny Lesley Fairfield
  • 21.  
  • 22.  
  • 23. The Harder They Fall
  • 24. Shark vs. Train Chris Barton
  • 25. The Rise and Fall of Senator Joe McCarthy James Cross Giblin
  • 26. Sir Charlie Sid Fleischman
  • 27. Welcome to the Jungle
  • 28. The Jaguar Stones: Book One Middleworld J&P Voelkel
  • 29. "The granola bars. It had come to this. Miserably, he unwrapped a bar. He brought the compacted brown mass to his lips. With a heavy heart, he opened his mouth and prepared his tongue to receive the foul-tasting grunge. Then, in the nick of time, he recovered his fighting spirit. Things were bad, but not that bad. He still wasn't desperate enough to eat a granola bar.“
  • 30. Jumped Rita Williams-Garcia
  • 31. Wolves in the Woods
  • 32. The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place: The Mysterious Howling Maryrose Wood
  • 33. Raised By Wolves Jennifer Lynn Barnes
  • 34. "Who knows how many of his attacks we missed? This is Google we're talking about here, not science."
  • 35. "If it were easy to resist, it would not be called chocolate cake."
  • 36. Asian Delights
  • 37. Tofu Quilt Ching Yeung Russell
  • 38. Where the Mountain Meets the Moon Grace Lin
  • 39. Mixed Vegetables Ayumi Komura
  • 40. Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei: The Power of Negative Thinking Koji Kumeta
  • 41. Itazura Na Kiss Kaoru Tada
  • 42. I Need a Hero
  • 43. Imogene’s Last Stand Candace Fleming
  • 44. Outlaw: The Legend of Robin Hood Tony Lee, Sam Hart & Artur Fujita
  • 45. Marcello in the Real World Francisco X. Stork
  • 46. The Chosen David Morrell
  • 47. Zeus: King of the Gods George O’Connor
  • 48. All Star! Honus and the Most Famous Baseball Card Ever Jane Yolen
  • 49. You Never Heard of Sandy Koufax?! Jonah Winter
  • 50. Borrowed Names: Poems about Laura Ingalls Wilder, Madam C.J. Walker, Marie Curie, and Their Daughters Jeannine Atkins
  • 51. There’s Always a Choice
  • 52. Truce Jim Murphy
  • 53. The Last Summer of the Death Warriors Francisco X. Stork
  • 54. He opened his arms and she came to him. He held her head against his chest and he opened his eyes as wide as they would go in order to keep them dry. She wanted to say something, but he pressed her tight. “Sh h h. Don’t say anything.” He let go of her and started down as quickly as he could. “I want my heart back,” she said between sobs.
  • 55. Revolver Marcus Sedgwick
  • 56. "You know, I understand it now. There's always a third choice in life. Even if you think you're stuck between two impossible choices, there's always a third way. You just have to look for it.”
  • 57. It Always Hurts
  • 58. By The Time You Read This, I’ll Be Dead Julie Anne Peters
  • 59. A Small Free Kiss in the Dark Glenda Millard
  • 60. Smile! Raina Telgemeier
  • 61. Pop Gordon Korman
  • 62. I Kill Giants Joe Kelly
  • 63. To Infinity and Beyond
  • 64. T-Minus: The Race to the Moon Jim Ottaviani
  • 65. Almost Astronauts: 13 Women Who Dared to Dream Tanya Lee Stone
  • 66. Archvillain Barry Lyga
  • 67. Pod Wallenfels
  • 68. Good For One Grand Adventure
  • 69.  
  • 70.  
  • 71. The Wonderful Wizard of OZ Eric Shanower
  • 72. The Sandman: The Dream Hunters Neil Gaiman
  • 73. Incarceron Catherine Fisher
  • 74. Fire Kristin Cashore
  • 75. A Conspiracy of Kings Megan Whalen Turner
  • 76. Eye Spy
  • 77. For Good Measure: The Ways We Say How Much, How Far, How Heavy, How Big, How Old Ken Robbins
  • 78.  
  • 79. Paris in the Spring with Picasso Joan Yolleck
  • 80. Can You Find It? America Linda Falken
  • 81.  
  • 82. Urban Animals Isabel Hill
  • 83.  
  • 84.  
  • 85. Fairie-Ality Style David Ellwand
  • 86.  
  • 87. Mother Earth, Father Sky
  • 88. Trickster: Native American Tales A Graphic Collection Matt Dembicki
  • 89.  
  • 90. A.D New Orleans After The Deluge Josh Neufeld
  • 91. 31 Ways to Change the World: We are What We Do, and You! Tanis Taylor
  • 92. Here Comes the Garbage Barge! Jonah Winter
  • 93. Years of Dust: The Story of The Dust Bowl Albert Marrin
  • 94. The Storm in the Barn Matt Phelan
  • 95. The Gardener S.A. Bodeen
  • 96. The Write Stuff
  • 97. Time You Let Me In Naomi Shihab Nye
  • 98. I Can’t Keep My Own Secrets: Six-Word Memoirs by Teens Famous & Obscure Rachel Fershleiser & Larry Smith
  • 99. Side by Side: New Poems Inspired by Art From Around the World Jan Greenberg
  • 100. Mirror Mirror Marilyn Singer
  • 101.  
  • 102. Spilling Ink Anne Mazer & Ellen Potter
  • 103. BFF
  • 104. Snake and Lizard Joy Cowley
  • 105. Henry in Love Peter McCarty
  • 106. The Popularity Papers: Research for the Social Improvement and Betterment of Lydia Goldblatt & Julie Graham-Chang Amy Ignatow
  • 107. The Lion and the Mouse Jerry Pinkney
  • 108. Standing Up. Sitting Down.
  • 109. Back of the Bus Aaron Reynolds
  • 110. Sit-In: How Four Friends Stood Up by Sitting Down Andrea Davis Pinkney
  • 111. Marching for Freedom: Walk Together, Children, and Don’t You Grow Weary Elizabeth Partridge
  • 112. Hungering for more? Set your calendar for August 24.