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Brotherband: The Hunters
Yearling (imprint of Random House Children's Books), 2012
Ordinary Princess, The
Unlike her six beautiful sisters, Princess Amy has mousy brown hair and freckles, and she would rather embark on an enchanting adventure in the forest than marry a prince. By the author of Shadow of the Moon. Reprint.
Because of Mr. Terupt
Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Features seven narrators, each with a unique story, and each with a different perspective on what makes their teacher so special. It’s the start of fifth grade for seven kids at Snow Hill School. There’s . . . Jessica, the new girl, smart and perceptive, who’s having a hard time fitting in; Alexia, a bully, your friend one second, your enemy the next; Peter, class prankster and troublemaker; Luke, the brain; Danielle, who ...
The Black Stallion
First published in 1941, Walter Farley's best-selling novel for young readers is the triumphant tale of a boy and a wild horse. From Alec Ramsay and the Black's first meeting on an ill-fated ship to their adventures on a desert island and their eventual rescue, this beloved story will hold the rapt attention of readers new and old. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Blue Sky Press
In Newbery Medalist Cynthia Rylant's classic bestseller, the author comforts readers young and old who have lost a dog. Recommended highly by pet lovers around the world, Dog Heaven not only comforts but also brings a tear to anyone who is devoted to a pet. From expansive fields where dogs can run and run to delicious biscuits no dog can resist, Rylant paints a warm and affectionate picture of the ideal place God would, of course, create for ...
Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree
Mr. Willowby's Christmas tree Came by special delivery. Full and fresh and glistening green-- The biggest tree he had ever seen. That was the trouble. Mr. Willowby's Christmas tree was so tall, it couldn't stand up straight in his parlor. Mr. Willowby asked his butler to chop off the top of the tree. What happens to the treetop? Where will it be for Christmas?
To Whisper Her Name (Belle Meade Plantation Novel, A)
USA Today Bestseller Set at Nashville's historic Belle Meade Plantation, the most influential thoroughbred stud farm in America's history, To Whisper Her Name weaves the struggles of real people of the post-war South with the journeys of a man and a woman scarred by betrayal. Olivia Aberdeen, destitute widow of a man shot as a traitor to the South, is shunned by proper society and gratefully accepts an ...
Thoroughbred #01 A Horse Called Wonder
Ashleigh wouldn't care about anything, ever again. Ashleigh Griffen swore she'd never give her heart to another horse -- not after a terrible disease wiped out her family's breeding farm, along with Ashleigh's favorite mare, Stardust. Now the Griffens are starting over as breeding managers at Townsend Acres, and Ashleigh's sure she is going to hate living there. Then a small, sickly foal is born -- a beautiful copper filly that looks like ...
Ruffian: Burning from the Start
During two short seasons at the track, Ruffian was hailed as the greatest thoroughbred filly of all time. Unbeaten in her first ten starts, she shattered one record after another, dazzling crowds with both her beauty and her brilliant speed. Then tragedy struck on the afternoon of July 6, 1975. Ruffian broke down–on the lead–in the middle of a match race at Belmont Park. Later that night she had to be destroyed. Ruffian: Burning from the ...
Ratha's Creature: The First Book of the Named
Ratha is a young herder of the Named, a clan of intelligent prehistoric wild cats who keep deer and horses. The Named fight for survival against Un-Named cats, enemies who raid clan herds. Meoran, leader of the Named, claims that the Un-Named are no more intelligent than herd animals, and Ratha believes him, until a clash with an Un-Named raider who taunts her in Named speech forces her to question everything. Then Ratha tames a power that ...
Dorothy Canfield Fisher
A small and timid girl discovers her own abilities and the world around her when she goes to live with relatives on a farm in Vermont.
Once Jacob Gutgeld lived with his family in a beautiful house in Warsaw, Poland. He went to school and played hide-and-seek in the woods with his friends. But everything changed the day the Nazi soldiers invaded in 1939. Suddenly it wasn't safe to be Jewish anymore. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Mr. Terupt Falls Again
The kids and teacher of Because of Mr. Terupt are back in this warm-hearted sequel. Fifth-grade was full of unforgettable events for Mr. Terupt and his class at Snow Hill School. Seven students were particularly affected by Mr. Terupt. Now those seven students are back, and they've been granted the rare opportunity to send one more year with their beloved teacher before they graduate from elementary school. Peter's parents expect him to ...
Suzanne M LaFleur
Yearling Books, 2011
Emily of New Moon
Beloved classics adapted for young readers! Emily Starr has to go live with Aunt Elizabeth on New Moon Farm after her father dies. Although she is certain she will not like her new home, she soon discovers new friends and the beautiful surroundings. Maybe being Emily of New Moon won't be as bad as she thought it would be! From the Hardcover edition.
Kings of Clonmel (Rangers Apprentice)
Yearling Books, 2011
Will, sometimes the past is the key to your future. The surrounding kingdoms have fallen prey to a religious cult who are spreading confusion and rebellion. The only Kingdom that is uncorrupted is Clonmel, and it is about to fall ...It is up to you, Halt and Horace to rid the land of this dangerous enemy and restore order once again. Could secrets from Halt's past hold the key to your success?
The adventures of the Great Brain boxed set: great brain, me and my little brain, great brain at academy, ...
John D. Fitzgerald
The Velvet Room
Zilpha Keatley Snyder
Robin was always "wandering off" (her mother's words) to get away from the confusion she felt inside her. It was not until Robin's father found a permanent job at the McCurdy ranch, after three years as a migrant worker, that Robin had a place to wander to. As time went by the Velvet Room became more and more of a haven for her--a place to read and dream, a place to bury one's fears and doubts, a place to count on. The Velvet Room , first ...
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