Children - Grade 4th-6th

The Teardrop

By Susan Thomas

The Teardrop by Susan Thomas is the story of T-Man, a Nashville middle school student, accidentally shot by a classmate who brought his parents’ gun to school one day. The classmate brought the gun with him because he was a victim of bullying. Using myriad...

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The Swim

A Story About Friendship and the Longest Swim in the World
By Jens F. Colting

The Swim: A Story About Friendship and the Longest Swim in the World by Jens F. Colting is a beautiful story of friendship between Goliath and Tiny, a shy boy, who become friends after meeting at the community swimming pool. Goliath is wheelchair bound and...

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The Kid Who Beat Wall Street and Saved Africa

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By Ginger Heller

An intercontinental setting, a brilliant kid, and a world torn apart by greed and war, The Kid Who Beat Wall Street and Saved Africa by Ginger Heller begins with a prologue that follows lanky fourteen-year-old Hakim, saving a boy from kidnappers who turn kids into...

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The Shoeshine of Kabul

By Zahra Omar Shansab

Twelve-year-old Malik had to flee when his village in Afghanistan was bombed. Now he lives in a corner of a bombed-out school with other refugees in Kabul. The Shoeshine of Kabul by Zahra Omar Shansab paints a portrait of Malik and his 16-year-old friend Nahim’s...

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The Medal Muddle

Gummshoes, Mission #2
By E. J. Gore

The Medal Muddle is the second instalment of the Gummshoes children’s book series, written by E.J. Gore. When Devlin Cave – a fourth grader – is bullied at Carson Road School, the Gummshoes take action, rescuing him from the sixth grade Boneheads who thrive on...

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The Struggle

4 Girls & 1 Bathroom (The Struggle Books) (Volume 2)
By Patrice S Smith, Donna Smith, Shannon Smith, Charity Smith, Faith Smith

What happens when four girls have to cohabit, especially in sharing a bathroom? The result is The Struggle: 4 Girls & 1 Bathroom (The Struggle Books) (Volume 2) by Patrice S Smith, Donna Smith, Shannon Smith, Charity Smith, and Faith Smith, the sequel to The...

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The Secret of Kite Hill

By Bradley Charbonneau

So what happens when you are walking home from school, just like every other day, and your dog’s ball disappears down a strange hole? You can see the ball, but it is just out of reach. Your inner voice tells you that it is not...

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The Weird Adventures of Virgo Capella

By Sarwat Perrin

The Weird Adventures of Virgo Capella is an adventure novel for children and preteens written by Sarwat Perrin. Virgo wasn’t too keen on his home life anymore. Somehow, instead of his dad, he had to endure Bob, an ex-military man who Virgo’s mother wanted him...

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The Secret of Pooks Wood

By Helen Laycock

Twins Ollie and Lily are stranded at Great-Uncle Alfred’s house along with their mother, Stella, at Great Hawkesden Manor during Christmas in The Secret of Pooks Wood by Helen Laycock. The twins find a snow globe outside the house and inside the globe is a...

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The Railroad Adventures of Chen Sing

By George Chiang

The Railroad Adventures of Chen Sing by George Chiang is a delightful children’s book that tells the adventures of Chiang’s grandfather when he first came to America in the 1880s to work on the transcontinental railways on the West Coast. From a small farming village...

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