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Isabelle

by Laurence Yep

|January 6, 2014

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Isabelle is excited about starting her first year at the Anna Hart School of the Arts! But she can't help comparing herself to her older sister, Jade, who attends the same school and is an amazing ballerina. Isabelle's other classmates are equally talented, and…

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As Isabelle rehearses for the The Nutcracker she struggles with her pirouettes, in part because her castmate Renata points out her every mistake. Isabelle takes her mind off her troubles by helping to design costumes for the other dancers. She's distracted, too,…

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In this Newbery Honor Book, Moon Shadow is eight years old when he sails from China to join his father, Windrider, in America. Windrider lives in San Francisco and makes his living doing laundry. Father and son have never met. But Moon Shadow grows to love and…

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Fans of How to Train Your Dragon will love this whimsical tale, the first in a series, by a Newbery Honor winner, featuring charming illustrations and pet "training tips" in each chapter. Crusty dragon Miss Drake has a new pet human, precocious Winnie. Oddly…

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When Isabelle's idol, Jackie Sanchez, invites her to join a group of travelling performers, Isabelle jumps on board. But she's not prepared for all the challenges of a travelling tour - or for performing for the first time without her big sister, Jade by her…

City Of Fire

by Laurence Yep

|August 3, 2010

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Two-time Newbery Honor Award-winning author Laurence Yep kicks off an action-packed new fantasy trilogy with City on Fire This thrilling tale takes readers on an unforgettable journey through an alternate version of our world in 1941 -- a world filled with…

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Steve can hardly believe it. With his new paintbrush, whatever he paints becomes real. Now he, Grandfather, and Uncle Fong can wish for anything they want. Uncle Fong uses the paintbrush to return to China, to the village of his childhood, and Grandfather wants…

Hiroshima

by Laurence Yep

|May 1, 1996

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Based on real accounts by Hiroshima survivors, the fictional story of twelve-year-old Sachi follows her witness to the devastation in her city as a result of the bombing and describes her healing process as she helps to rebuild her home.

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In this classic adventure story, a wealthy gentleman, Phileas Fogg, makes a bet that he can travel around the world in eighty days. Fogg and his servant set off immediately, determined to win this race against time. Little do they know they aren't making the…

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"Culled from 69 stories collected in a [1930s] WPA project, [these 20] tales are organized into sections with themes like 'Tricksters' or 'Virtues and Vices,' each with a thoughtful introduction placing the individual stories in the context of feelings and…

A Dragon's Guide To Making Your Human Smarter

by Laurence Yep

|This title releases February 14, 2017

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For fans of How to Train Your Dragon comes a new tale about dragon Miss Drake and her human pet Winnie, by a two-time Newbery Honor winner, featuring illustrations by Caldecott Honor winner Mary GrandPré.   Three-thousand-year-old Miss Drake has…

The Lost Garden

by Laurence Yep

|September 20, 1996

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Young Laurence didn't really where he fit in. He thought of himself as American, especially since he didn't speak Chinese and couldn't understand his grandmother, who lived in Chinatown. But others saw him as different in the conformist American of the 1950s.…