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

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