A.K.A. Kidney Man

By Karen LoBello, Judy Voigt

Nick Cicero is an ordinary fifth grader when he finds out that he has a kidney disease that will change his life. After falling seriously ill, Nick learns that he was born with one kidney that didn’t work and now his other one is shutting...

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Ava's Dream

By Joseph J. Ridgway

Joseph J. Ridgway’s Ava’s Dream is a story about Ava’s journey in learning about the three branches of the government during her summer vacation. A new park had opened up in their town and Ava was more than excited to step through its large silver...

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A Christmas Carol

By Norman Whaler

Charles Dickens’s classic story, A Christmas Carol, is as popular today as it has been for almost two centuries. There have been movie adaptations and numerous retellings of this story about greed and the true meaning of Christmas. Scrooge, visited by the three ghosts of...

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Annalynn the Canadian Spy

Terrible Tissues (AtCS)
By Shawn Robinson

Annalynn doesn’t expect to find her family sick in the living room, but that’s exactly what happens. When she tries to help out by giving them tissues, a strange thing occurs. Some strangers in red and blue force themselves into the house and steal their...

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A Raptor Ate My Homework!

By Julian Michael Carver

A Raptor Ate My Homework is the first book of The Backpack Dinosaur series by Julian Michael Carver. It is a short story suitable for middle schoolers. Andy and Anna Saunders are both fourth graders. While Anna is a math whiz, Andy’s head is full...

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Amelie Gets Busy

By Agatha Rodi

Little Amelie likes to keep busy, especially at the village farm where she can help care for the animals and tend the gardens. She greets all the animals with enthusiasm, starting with the chicks, roosters, and pigs. But, when the babies come charging at her...

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Adventures of a Thought Thief Part 1

Heredity and Hierarchy - the beginning
By Beverly A. Burchett

The Pangaea age was coming to an end and there was still one massive landmass called the Great Lands and one large ocean called the Great Sea. Times were traumatic and it was a challenge for all those who lived on earth. Prince Oban was...

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A Day In The Woods

Coming of Age in Texas, 1966
By Doyle C. Carver

A Day in the Woods: Coming of Age in Texas, 1966 by Doyle C. Carver revolves around twelve-year-old Bo who is the older and wiser boy of the family and also taller when compared to his other two brothers, Brody and Brady. As the story...

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A Summer at Camp Floridian

By Nancy B. Miller

A Summer at Camp Floridian by Nancy B. Miller is the story of a first-year camp counselor who is having a hard time deciding what she should do. The moment the camp begins, she realizes that her work is cut for her by five feisty...

A Tribute to Tulipia

By Chiara Talluto

Tulipia lived in the Jade Oasis, a forest of tangled vines, weeds, and shrubs. She was orphaned at a young age when her parents were extracted from the Oasis. She was tall and lean and most of the foliage around her was jealous of...

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