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Amber Brown is green with envy Juvenile Book Amber Brown is green with envy

Danziger, Paula, 1944-

Amber Brown's parents just aren't acting the way she thinks parents should. Sometimes Amber's dad goes out on dates when he is supposed to be spending time with her. Then Mom and Max decide to get married even sooner and move. Some kids seem to have no problems, and that makes Amber Brown green with envy.

Anastasia Krupnik Juvenile Book Anastasia Krupnik

Lowry, Lois.

Anastasia's 10th year has some good things like falling in love and really getting to know her grandmother and some bad things like finding out about an impending baby brother.

Because of Winn-Dixie Juvenile Book Because of Winn-Dixie

DiCamillo, Kate.

Ten-year-old India Opal Buloni describes her first summer in the town of Naomi, Florida, and all the good things that happen to her because of her big ugly dog Winn-Dixie.

Clara Lee and the apple pie dream Juvenile Book Clara Lee and the apple pie dream

Han, Jenny.

Korean American fourth-grader Clara Lee longs to be Little Miss Apple Pie, and when her luck seems suddenly to change for the better, she overcomes her fear of public speaking and enters the competition.

Clementine Juvenile Book Clementine

Pennypacker, Sara, 1951-

While sorting through difficulties in her friendship with her neighbor Margaret, eight-year-old Clementine gains several unique hairstyles while also helping her father in his efforts to banish pigeons from the front of their apartment building.

Frindle Juvenile Book Frindle

Clements, Andrew, 1949-

Of all Nick's ideas, the frindle is his most successful. It's a pen, or what used to be called a pen. Soon, much of the nation is crazy about frindles--except for Mrs. Granger, Nick's teacher, who, although she doesn't realize it, was the inspiration for the idea.

Ginger Pye Juvenile Book Ginger Pye

Estes, Eleanor, 1906-1988.

When the Pye family's puppy, Ginger, disappears on Thanksgiving Day, the children are convinced that he has been adbucted by a stranger in a yellow hat.

Gooney Bird Greene Juvenile Book Gooney Bird Greene

Lowry, Lois.

There's never been anyone like Gooney Bird Greene at Watertower Elementary School. What other new kid comes to school wearing pajamas and cowboy boots one day and a polka-dot t-shirt and tutu on another? Gooney Bird has to sit right smack in the middle of the class because she likes to be in the middle of everything. She is the star of story time and keeps her teacher and classmates on the edge of their seats with her "absolutely true" stories. But what about her classmates? Do they have stories good enough to share?

Joey Pigza swallowed the key Juvenile Book Joey Pigza swallowed the key

Gantos, Jack.

To the constant disappointment of his mother and his teachers, Joey has trouble paying attention or controlling his mood swings when his prescription medications wear off, and he starts getting worked up and acting wired.

Judy Moody gets famous! Juvenile Book Judy Moody gets famous!

McDonald, Megan.

When a third grade classmate gets her picture in the paper for winning a spelling bee, Judy is determined to find a way to become famous herself.

Junie B. Jones and the stupid smelly bus Juvenile Book Junie B. Jones and the stupid smelly bus

Park, Barbara.

In her own words, a young girl describes her feelings about starting kindergarten and what she does when she decides not to ride the bus home.

Molly Moon's incredible book of hypnotism Juvenile Book Molly Moon's incredible book of hypnotism

Byng, Georgia.

Welcome to the Wonderful World of Hypnotism. Molly Moon is no ordinary orphan. When she finds a mysterious old book on hypnotism, she discovers she can make people do whatever she wants. But a sinister stranger is watching her every move and he'll do anything to steal her hypnotic secret...

No talking Juvenile Book No talking

Clements, Andrew, 1949-

The noisy fifth grade boys of Laketon Elementary School challenge the equally loud fifth grade girls to a "no talking" contest.

Not-So-Weird Emma Juvenile Book Not-So-Weird Emma

Warner, Sally.

Two friends look forward to a season of soccer with the YMCA summer league.

Olivia Kidney Juvenile Book Olivia Kidney

Potter, Ellen, 1963-

Twelve-year-old Olivia explores her new apartment building and finds a psychic, talking lizards, a shrunken ex-pirate, an exiled princess, ghosts, and other unusual characters.

One lucky summer Juvenile Book One lucky summer

Kvasnosky, Laura McGee.

Moving from Santa Cruz, California, to Sacramento, Steven, a ten-year-old baseball player, spends the summer trying to make friends with ballet-loving Lucinda.

Ruby Lu, brave and true Juvenile Book Ruby Lu, brave and true

Look, Lenore.

This funny and charming chapter book about eight-year-old magician Ruby Lu includes a flip book of Ruby doing a magic trick.

Sideways stories from Wayside School Sideways stories from Wayside School

Sachar, Louis, 1954-

Humorous episodes from the classroom on the thirtieth floor of Wayside School, which was accidentally built sideways with one classroom on each story.

This item is on order. You can place a hold and when item becomes available, you will be contacted.

Starting with Alice Juvenile Book Starting with Alice

Naylor, Phyllis Reynolds.

After she, her older brother, and their father move from Chicago to Maryland, Alice has trouble fitting into her new third grade class, but with the help of some new friends and her own unique outlook, she survives.

Superfudge Juvenile Book Superfudge

Blume, Judy.

Peter describes the highs and lows of life with his younger brother Fudge.

The runaway princess Juvenile Book The runaway princess

Coombs, Kate.

Coombs weaves a magical tale full of pesky princes, enchanted frogs, a beady-eyed scarf, and invisibility juice--a tale of wonder, but a story familiar to all who struggle to find their own place in the world.

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