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Mosquitoland by David Arnold

Mosquitoland By: David Arnold Hachette Australia (Headline) September 2015 (Viking Childrens - March 2015 - US) Genre:.


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The Newest Oprah Book Club 2016 Selection From prize-winning, bestselling author Colson Whitehead, a magnificent tour de force chronicling a young slave's adventures as she makes a desperate bid for freedom in the antebellum South.

For kids ages 9-12, take in the best middle school books and late elementary reads of 2015.Modify your meta description by editing it right here

Best Middle School Books of 2015

The Thing About Jellyfish (Book) : Benjamin, Ali : Twelve-year-old Suzy Swanson wades through her intense grief over the loss of her best friend by investigating the rare jellyfish she is convinced was responsible for her friend's death.

Mothers, Tell Your Daughters: Stories

Mothers, Tell Your Daughters: Stories

Fortune Smiles: Stories by Adam Johnson - A collection of stories includes two previously unpublished pieces and explores themes of love, loss, and the consequences of decisions made in the face of tragedy. Recommended by: Jessikah Chautin, Children's Services Librarian.

So many awards, so many amazing choices. Here are our picks from this year's critically acclaimed honorees, including a few surprises. Fortune Smiles By Adam Johnson 320 pages; Random House T.

Named a best book of 2015 by NPR, The Boston Globe, and Electric Literature.My Documents is the latest work from Alejandro Zambra, the award-winning Chilean writer whose first novel was heralded as the dawn of a new era in Chilean literature, and described by Junot Díaz as a total knockout.” Now, in his first short story collection, Zambra gives us eleven stories of liars and ghosts, armed bandits and young loversbrilliant portraits of life in Chile before and after Pinochet. The cumulative…

Chilean writer Alejandro Zambra's new story collection shows off his exacting eye, comic timing and powers of description; critic Juan Vidal says the narratives flow like a glass of cool water.

In the aftermath of a devastating plague, a fearless young heroine embarks on a dangerous and surprising journey to save her world in this brilliantly inventive dystopian thriller, told in bold and fierce language, from a remarkable literary talent.   My name be Ice Cream Fifteen Star and this be the tale of how I bring the cure to all the Nighted States . . .   In the ruins of a future America, fifteen-year-old Ice Cream Star and her nomadic tribe live off of the detritus of a crumbled…

The Country Of Ice Cream Star by Sandra Newman - One of the best novels I have ever read. The protagonist is so fierce, and the novel is so raw. A must for fans of post-apocalyptic and dystopian novels.

Wonder by R.J. Palacio - Book Club Discussion Questions

"Wonder" by R.J. Palacio—Some Questions for Your Next Book Club

Ten-year-old Auggie Pullman, who was born with extreme facial abnormalities and was not expected to survive, goes from being home-schooled to entering fifth grade at a private middle school in Manhattan,

Looking to bulk up your summer reading list? Check out Homecoming by Yaa Gyasi.

18 Books Everyone Will Be Talking About This Summer

Read online Family Saga, Historical, Literary book "Homegoing: A novel" by Yaa Gyasi. “Homegoing is an inspiration.” —Ta-Nehisi Coates A novel of breathtaking sweep and emotional power that traces three hundred years in Ghana and along the w

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Midnight at the Electric by Jodi Anderson

Midnight at the Electric, by Jodi Lynn Anderson The latest from Tiger Lily author Anderson draws together the tales of three girls separated by space and

Bestseller Books Online Esperanza renace: (Spanish language edition of Esperanza Rising) (Spanish Edition) Pam Munoz Ryan $6.99  - http://www.ebooknetworking.net/books_detail-0439398851.html

Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan – Esperanza and her mother are forced to leave their life of comfort in Mexico for the labor camps in Southern California, facing harsh circumstances on the eve of the Great Depression. pages, Lexile:

Here I Go Again paperback cover

This is the book written by Jen Lancaster that's fiction & not a memoir. Great read for a young girl.