The Watsons Go to Birmingham: 1963|
by Curtis, Christopher Paul
In the height of the Civil Rights Movement, a family travels to Alabama and experiences racial injustice first hand, surviving through love and humor.
James and the Giant Peach|
by Dahl, Roald
Magic crystals lead James on a magical adventure.
Peter and the Shadow Thieves|
by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
This sequel to Peter and the Starcatchers follows the further adventures of Peter Pan and Tinker Bell, this time in London.
Julie of the Wolves|
by George, Jean Craighead
A gripping adventure about 13 year-old Julie and the wolf pack that adopts her in the Alaskan tundra.
Captain Tweakerbeak`s Revenge: a Calliope Day Adventure|
by Haddad, Charles
Calliope Day is a funny outgoing girl that is constantly getting into mischief; but
she is also a good hearted little girl that learns from her mistakes.
The Water Horse|
by King-Smith, Dick
King-Smith is well known for his story Babe, but this is another great from the master of animal fiction. This fun story brings Scotland and the famous Loch Ness Monster to life.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe|
by Lewis, C.S.
This classic fantasy takes readers on a journey to a wonderful new world of talking animals, fierce battles, and young heroes and heroines to love.
by Say, Allen
A Japanese American tells of his grandfather's journey to America, and of the love the family feels for both countries.
Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry|
by Taylor, Mildred
A black family in Depression Era Mississippi struggles with hardships of poverty and racial strife in this gripping family novel.
by White, EB
Loved by children for generations, this is the story of a pig in trouble, the girl who loves him, and the clever spider who saves him.