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Flop to the Top! by Eleanor Davis
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Book list My name is Wanda. I'm a superstar, announces the little girl as she starts snapping selfies with her pet Wilbur, a droopy lump of a dog. With fame on the brain, Wanda posts her pictures and in no time finds that her shots have 20 million likes. Delighted when news crews arrive, she is shocked to find that it's Wilbur who has charmed the world at large. No, I'M the cool one, Wanda insists, alienating her furry number-one fan. Followin...More

Sam and dave dig a hole. by Mac Barnett
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Book list Sam and Dave, each wearing baseball caps and wielding long-handled shovels, set out to dig a hole. How big a hole? We won't stop digging until we find something spectacular, says Dave, so off they go, digging ever deeper while their little dog follows their progress. A cross section of their dig reveals that Sam and Dave come awfully close to their prize, but they keep digging and missing treasure until they decide to take a nap, during whic...More

Firebird by Christopher Myers
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School Library Journal Gr 2-6-A poetic dialogue between an aspiring young dancer and the American Ballet Theater's soloist comprises the text of this stunning picture book. Copeland provides words of encouragement to boost the dreams of an African American girl whose desire to be a ballerina is hampered by her low self-image and lack of confidence. "I was a dancer just like you," Misty tells her, "a dreaming shooting star of a girl/with...More

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling
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School Library Journal Gr 4 Up-Harry is now 14 years old and in his fourth year at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where big changes are afoot. This year, instead of the usual Inter-House Quidditch Cup, a Triwizard Tournament will be held, during which three champions, one from each of three schools of wizardry (Hogwarts, Durmstrang, and Beaux-batons), must complete three challenging magical tasks. The competitors must be at least 17 years...More

Never Go Back by Lee Child
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Book list *Starred Review* Jack Reacher, the loner thumbing his way through life, despises entanglements. So what could he possibly be doing going back to his old barracks in Washington, D.C., to take a woman to dinner? Yes, the woman, Major Susan Turner, is now the C.O. of Reacher's former unit, and, yes, he liked her voice when he talked to her on the phone in 61 Hours (2010), but, really, Reacher, what were you thinking? Naturally, when Reacher arr...More

In Darkness by Nick Lake
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Publishers Weekly Shorty, 15, is trapped in the rubble of a hospital following the 2010 earthquake that left Haiti in ruins. As time wears on without rescue, he relives the journey that brought him to the hospital with a bullet wound, recounting his life running drugs and gunning down enemies for one of Site Soley's most notorious gangs. In a startling but successful feat of literary imagination, Lake (the Blood Ninja series) pairs Shorty's ...More

The March by E. L. Doctorow
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Library Journal The author who made the historical novel a real literary event returns with the story of General Sherman's march through Georgia and the Carolinas. With a seven-city tour. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.

Copyright Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

Publishers Weekly Sherman's march through Georgia and the Carolinas pro...More

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