Horse-loving American teen Kit Bridges is in it to win it when her new boarding school's House Cup competition begins. Fourteen-year-old Kit Bridges is slowly growing accustomed to her new equestrian school, the illustrious Covington Academy, and life as an American teen in E... read more
Toni Tapp Coutts's childhood is a girl's own adventure in the Outback, complete with red dust, snakes, goannas and nights spent in a swag, looking at the stars. Fascinating for city kids and country children alike, this is a unique story that educates as well as entertains. There w... read more
In this hilarious yet touching story from the masterful, award-winning author of "Skellig, " life takes a surprising turn after a bus driver finds a tiny boy angel in his pocket. Illustrations.
A child named Kid, a dog named Cat, and a goat who lives on the roof ... Part mystery and part animal-rescue story, about an unnamed goat that inadvertently changes the lives of the eccentric denizens of a Manhattan apartment building.
|Author:||Kimberly Brubaker Bradley|
|Reading Level:||From 10|
|Awards:||Newbery Honor Book|
Winner of the 2016 Odyssey Award for Excellence in Audiobook Production An exceptionally moving story of triumph against all odds set during World War 2, from the acclaimed author of Jefferson's Sons and for fans of Number the Stars. Nine-year-old Ada has never left her... read more
|Series:||The Royal Academy of Sport for Girls|
|Reading Level:||Children's - Grade 4-6, Age 9-11|
Can rising gymnastics star Abby make her dreams a reality at the Academy? Being accepted into The Royal Academy of Sport for Girls was all Abigail Rogers had ever wished for. But before her feet can touch the ground, the gymnasts are thrown into their firs... read more
This engaging story about a girl and a horse who form an unlikely bond is perfect for middle-grade readers. Harry is tired of being the tall new kid with red hair, big feet and freckles; the one with the dead sister whose voice follows her wherever she goes. Everyone says she's imagin... read more
Figgy and Nana love to talk about their future. Nana wants to be President of Ghana. Deciding on a career isn't as easy for Figgy, but then she lands the role of a lifetime as an actress in a film. When Figgys Mama shows up, sick and expecting a baby, and Nanas father takes him ... read more
"Robots never seemed so human. One of a kind and utterly fantastic." -- Eoin Colfer In an alternative England of the 1930s where the laws of mechanics govern even the most talented engineers, a mismatched group of mechanicals want nothing more than to feel human. Under the guardianship of the devio... read more
An explosive, suspenseful and utterly brilliant middle-grade mystery for fans of Louis Sachar's Holes. Not-quite twelve year-old Pri Kohli knows the town of Dunn's Orchard better than anyone. After all, he was the first kid ever to live there. He knows its mysteries (none), its ... read more
Hailed as "the heir to Roald Dahl" by "The Spectator, " Walliams, the UK's #1 bestselling children's author, burst on to the American scene with his "New York Times" bestseller "Demon Dentist" and now brings his signature humor to the hospital ward.