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Winner or washout? When it comes to tackling third grade, Clementine is at the top of her game-okay, so maybe not all the time. After her teacher announces that the third and fourth graders will be putting on a talent show, Clementine panics. She doesn't sing or…

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If you thought Junie B. Jones was FUNNY—catch more laughs from New York Times bestselling author Barbara Park with Skinnybones ! Just right for fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid and I Funny, Skinnybones has been a kid and teacher favorite for almost thirty years…

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The little girl in NOWHERE HAIR knows two things: Her mom's hair is not on her head anymore so therefore it must be somewhere around the house. After searching the obvious places the story reveals that her mother although going through cancer treatment is…

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Lilly's class learns about a carnival in the Bahamas and plans their own version called the Hullabaloo. The much-teased Kendell brings Caribbean music from a mystery friend, who no one is sure really exists. The class works secretly on their costumes, as well as…

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The school board has closed Lilly's school for one afternoon a week. When Theresa's babysitter takes Theresa and Lilly to the mall, the girls end up playing with snakes in a pet store. Lilly loves the snakes and wants the pet store owner to come to her school…

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Does a polka-dotted sock match a striped sock? Young children will learn about matching, an important early math skill, as a lonely striped sock searches the house for its mate. They will may even be inspired to practice this skill in their own sock drawers! Best…

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A Piece of Forever begins where Catching Forever ended, with the story of Rose and her experiences being of Mennonite faith in a public school. In A Piece of Forever , Rose is forced to address the issue of warfare, and to examine her own feelings about violence…

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It's awkward enough for any kid going to a new school, but Rose, whose family belongs to a Mennonite community, feels even more out of place. Then, one day, she picks up a baseball. Inspired by her own childhood memories, Laurel Dee Gugler paints a touching…

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It's summertime and the Wish Pond Road gang is getting ready to go to Camp Blue Lake. Mallory's not so sure she wants to go. What if she gets homesick or none of the other kids like her? Her best friends, Mary Ann and Joey, convince her how fun it will be to go…

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Carrie has made a demo tape and wants to sing in her brother's band at an outdoor festival. Ernie lets her sing one song. Full of confidence from her first public performance, Carrie goes off to her first day of school. All her friends are in another class and…

Omar on Ice

by Maryann Kovalski

|February 28, 1999

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Omar loves drawing pictures and wishes he could be as good at it as his classmate Elsie. But his teacher, Ms. Fudge, can never figure out what Omar's pictures are- no matter how hard she tries. When the whole class goes ice skating, however, Omar's true talent…

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Budge Wilson has created a heart-warming monster story that proves things are not always the way they appear. Manfred's parents are afraid he's not scary enough but Manfred knows that it's okay to be different and he figures out a way to break the stereotypes…