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FAMILY LIFE: Moving


FAMILY LIFE: Moving

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Goodbye house book Goodbye house

Asch, Frank.
E ASCH

Just before leaving with his family for the move to their new home, Little Bear says goodbye to all his favorite places in and around his old house. PreSchool-Grade 2




Stranded in Boringsville Juvenile Book Stranded in Boringsville

Bateson, Catherine, 1960-
J BATESON

Following her parents separation, twelve-year-old Rain moves with her mother to the country, where she befriends the unpopular boy who lives next door and also seeks a way to cope with her feelings toward her father and his new girlfriend. Grades 4-7




Moving day book Moving day

Brandon, Anthony G.
E BRANDON

Annie Kim does not budge when her family tells her it is time to move to their new house, but then she notices the new puppy with them. PreSchool-Grade 2




Moving day Juvenile Book Moving day

Cabot, Meg.
J SERIES ALLIE F

Nine-year-old Allie Finkle has rules for everything and is even writing her own rule book, but her world is turned upside-down when she learns that her family is moving across town, which will mean a new house, school, best friend, and plenty of new rules. Grades 3–5




My best friend moved away book My best friend moved away

Carlson, Nancy L.
E CARLSON

After her best friend moves away, a little girl misses the special times they had together. K-Grade 2




I know here book I know here

Croza, Laurel.
E CROZA

A tale about a young girl whose family moves from the forests of northeastern Saskatchewan to a strange new place called 'Toronto'. Grades 2-5




Amber Brown is not a crayon Juvenile Book Amber Brown is not a crayon

Danziger, Paula, 1944-2004.
J DANZIGE

The year she is in the third grade is a sad time for Amber because her best friend Justin is getting ready to move to a distant state. Grades 2-4




Moving day Juvenile Book Moving day

Fletcher, Ralph J.
J 811.6 FLETCHE

Twelve-year-old Fletch has a hard time adjusting after his father announces that their family will be moving from Massachusetts to Ohio. Grades 3-6




Half a world away book Half a world away

Gleeson, Libby.
E GLEESON

When Amy's family moves far across the ocean, her best friend Louie finds a way to restore their special bond. An ideal book for friends separated by a move, this is the unforgettable story of a friendship lost and found. PreSchool-Grade 2




Piper Reed, Navy brat Juvenile Book Piper Reed, Navy brat

Holt, Kimberly Willis.
J HOLT

Piper is sad about leaving her home and friends behind when her father, a Navy aircraft mechanic, is transferred yet again, but with help from her often-annoying sisters and a surprise from their parents, she finds happiness in their new home in Pensacola, Florida. PreSchool-Grade 2




Pepita packs up =   Pepita empaca book Pepita packs up = Pepita empaca

Lachtman, Ofelia Dumas.
E LACHTMA

As her family prepares to move to a new home, Pepita refuses to pack her toys or say goodbye to anyone, because saying goodbye might make her cry. PreSchool-Grade 2




Boomer's big day book Boomer's big day

McGeorge, Constance W.
E MCGEORG

Moving day proves confusing for Boomer, a golden retriever, until he at last explores his new home and finds his own favorite and familiar things. PreSchool-Grade 2




A kiss goodbye book A kiss goodbye

Penn, Audrey, 1947-
E PENN

Chester Raccoon is very unhappy about leaving his home, a tree that has been marked by tree cutters, but his mother tries to convince him that their new home might be even better. PreSchool-Grade 2




Bandit book Bandit

Rostoker-Gruber, Karen.
E ROSTOKE

When Bandit's family moves to a new house, the cat runs away and returns to the only home he knows, but after he is brought back, he understands that the new house is now home. PreSchool-Grade 2




Henry and Mudge and Annie's good move :  the eighteenth book of their adventures book Henry and Mudge and Annie's good move : the eighteenth book of their adventures

Rylant, Cynthia.
E RYLANT

When Henry's cousin, Annie, moves in next door, she's so nervous she breaks out in blotches! But Henry knows the perfect cure for moving-day jitters: curling up under a blanket with a big, friendly dog like Mudge. PreSchool-Grade 2




Alexander, who's not (Do you hear me? I mean it!) Going to move book Alexander, who's not (Do you hear me? I mean it!) Going to move

Viorst, Judith.
E VIORST

Angry Alexander refuses to move away if it means having to leave his favorite friends and special places. PreSchool-Grade 3




Ira says goodbye book Ira says goodbye

Waber, Bernard.
E WABER

Ira is surprised to discover that his best friend Reggie feels happy about having to move to a new town. PreSchool-Grade 4




Augustine book Augustine

Watt, Melanie, 1975-
E WATT

Augustine the penguin and her family live in a house at the South Pole. When Father takes a job at the North Pole, they pack up, board a plane, and move to their new home. Though Augustine is nervous about entering a different school and shy about meeting her classmates, everyone is so intrigued by her drawings and paintings that she quickly makes friends. Grades 2 and Up




Rex Zero and the end of the world Juvenile Book Rex Zero and the end of the world

Wynne-Jones, Tim.
J WYNNE J

In the summer of 1962 with everyone nervous about a possible nuclear war, ten-nearly-eleven-year-old Rex, having just moved to Ottawa from Vancouver with his parents and five siblings, faces his own personal challenges as he discovers new friends and a new understanding of the world around him. Grades 5-8




Elsie's bird book Elsie's bird

Yolen, Jane.
E YOLEN

Young Elsie must find a way to adapt to her new home on the Nebraska prairie after she and her father leave their comfortable city life in Boston. Grades 1-4




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