Robert Burleigh Paintings by Wendell Minor Henry Holt and Company unpaged
From a young age, Edward Hopper wanted to be an artist. While other boys played ball or ran races, Edward painted the things he saw. In the early 20th century, he studied in New York and Paris and took a [...]
The Woman Who Challenged Big Business – and Won!
Emily Arnold McCully Clarion Books 279 p.
Possessing an innate drive to study nature and science and seeking every opportunity to investigate, experiment, extrapolate and postulate, Ida was raised in a Christian family and enjoyed true bliss during most of [...]
If Only books are true-blue middle grade contemporary romances – or, in modern terms, ultra appealing chick-reads for teenage girls. Readers are taken to a non-typical place for the summer with a typical but rather saucy teenager who [...]
by Michael D. Bell Alfred A. Knopf 277 p.
Cats have nine lives. Lantern Sam, a rare male calico, has used eight of his. He’s a regular Sherlock Holmes. He calls home the Lake Erie Shoreliner which travels from New York to Chicago, a [...]
by Christopher Healy Walden Pond Press (HarperCollins)
In “The Hero’s Guide” series, Cinderella, Rapenzel, Sleeping Beauty and Snow White all have one thing in common: they were each saved by a “Prince Charming”. The bards popularize the four Princes in ballads, but [...]
by Monica Kulling pictures by Marie Lafrance Groundwood Books unpaged
Readers today can’t remember a time when cars weren’t the normal mode of transportation. Author Monica Kulling’s fiction story, The Tweedles Go Electric, with colorful illustrations by Marie Lafrance, highlights this historical transition.
The Tweedle family [...]
by Michele Weber Hurwitz Wendy Lamb Books Random House Children’s Books 265 pages
Author Michele Weber Hurwitz wrote this book in answer to these questions: Can small acts of kindness really change our world? Is electronic communication actually making families and neighborhoods more disconnected than connected?
On the [...]
by Tad Hills Schwartz & Wade unpaged
Duck and Goose are relaxing in the meadow when Duck decides they need an adventure. Goose who is not very open to leaving his meadow, reluctantly follows Duck on a hike to a distant hill. From the top of [...]
by Elizabeth Eulberg Scholastic Point 276 pages
New kid on the block = Levi. Grief stricken teen = Macallan. First day of 7th grade. Macallan is relieved to put the summer and her mother’s unexpected death behind her, but she isn’t thrilled about having to play guide to the new guy from [...]
by Sara B. Larson Scholastic Press 323 pages
Balance tyranny, insanity, intensity, and dignity, add a sword-fighting heroine disguised as a hero, mix with war, romance, intrigue, sorcery, and a lesson on the value of inner beauty and true love, and you have a book you can’t put down [...]