Children - Grade 4th-6th

Hey Buddy, I'm your Body!

Kids' Questions about Life
By Agnes Deglon

Hey Buddy, I’m your Body! by Agnes Deglon is an educational and insightful book and is the first in the series of Kids' Questions about Life. The book gives readers an introduction about life and how to take care of themselves. The book opens with...

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Hollow Weenie

The Tyler Files, Book 2
By Brian Rock

Hollow Weenie is the second instalment of the hilarious children’s book series, The Tyler Files, written by Brian Rock and illustrated by Joshua Dawson. Worried about having a great act for the upcoming school talent show (thanks to his now-retired talking pants), Tyler wonders if...

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Honey Butter

By Millie Florence

Honey Butter is a lovely coming of age story by Millie Florence. Seven-year-old Jamie Johnson feels lonely and misunderstood at home. Her unhappiness is mainly caused by her big sister, Erica, who never misses a chance to pester her. When she meets thirteen-year-old Laren Lark,...

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Here Comes Bobo and Scooter

The Adventures of Bobo Book 2
By James Gordon

It can be hard being a kid, especially for one in elementary school. In Here Comes Bobo and Scooter (The Adventures of Bobo Book 2) by James Gordon, Bobo got the chance to experience growing up first hand by dealing with bullying, rejection and getting...

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He Whistles for the Cricket

By Gwen Walker

He Whistles for the Cricket by Gwen Walker is the story of a little girl, Miriam, who always wanted to have a dog. Dogs and Miriam have always gotten along, but right now there is no way she can have one as her father’s medical...

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Hansel and Gretel

The Brothers Grimm Story Told as a Novella (Klaassen's Classic Folktales)
By Mike Klaassen

Mike Klaassen’s retelling of Hansel and Gretel was a pleasure to read. He has brought the classic story back to life, modernising it slightly with the language so that it can be read, understood, and engaged with by children young and old. The story of...

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Hank Hudson

Volume 1
By Clark Chamberlain

Hank Hudson by Clark Chamberlain, the first volume in a new series aimed at middle grade readers, is an absolute triumph of a story, and one that will hook readers of all ages from the very start! Many people in the know in the world...

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How to Make Friends with a Plant Eating Dinosaur

My Favorites Are the Herbivores
By Andy Williams

How to Make Friends with a Plant Eating Dinosaur: My Favorites Are the Herbivores by Andy Williams is a sweet little bedtime story about a small boy who likes plant eating dinosaurs. The boy has this fear that the carnivores might end up eating him...

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How to Train Your Dragon

Book 8: How to Break a Dragon's Heart
By Cressida Cowell

As Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III continues the story of his youth, members of his Hooligan tribe are searching for young Camicazi. The daughter of the chief of the Bog-Burglars was caught in a horrific summer storm while alone in her boat. Their search takes them...

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How to Train Your Dragon

Book 7: How to Ride a Dragon's Storm
By Cressida Cowell

Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, the greatest Viking hero who ever lived, continues his memoirs in How to Ride a Dragon’s Storm. Author Cressida Cowell relates the youthful adventures of the heir to the Hairy Hooligan Tribe throne when he was an average, not-very-heroic-looking boy. As...

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