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      Skyhunter

      by Marie Lu

      Dec 2020

      Fantasy/Science Fiction High Plus

      The Karensa Federation has conquered a dozen kingdoms, leaving Mara as the only free nation left. Those who make it there escape a fate worse than death—enslavement as mutated war beasts known as Ghosts. The Strikers, a Maran elite force, are trained to stop them, but as the number of Ghosts grow, defeat becomes inevitable.

      Still, one Striker refuses to give up hope.

      Robbed of her voice and home, Talin knows the brutality of the Federation firsthand. Their cruelty forced her and her mother to seek asylum in a country that finds their people repugnant. After another vicious attack, Mara seems ready to fall, but when a mysterious prisoner is brought back from the warfront, Talin can sense there’s more to him than meets the eye. Could he be the weapon that will save them all?

      Whose Right Is It?: The Second Amendment and the Fight Over Guns

      by Hana Bajramovic

      Dec 2020

      History High

      A timely, important investigation of the Second Amendment and the impact it's had on our nation's history, for middle grade readers who loved Bomb and In the Shadow of Liberty.

      The Second Amendment has become increasingly relevant to school children across America. From shooting drills to metal detectors to see-through backpacks, kids face daily reminders of the threat of guns. In this first-of-its-kind book for the middle grade market, Whose Right Is It: The Second Amendment and the Fight Over Guns reveals how a once obscure amendment became the focus of daily heated debate.

      Filled with historical photos and informative graphics, the book will show young readers how smart gun reform has always been a part of our history and how money, power, and race have long dictated our ability to own guns.

      Alice's Farm: A Rabbit's Tale

      by Maryrose Wood

      Dec 2020

      Intermediate Readers Plus

      The trouble between farmers and rabbits goes way back, probably to the first garden that ever was. So, when a new family moves into Prune Street Farm after two years of the place sitting empty, Alice and her fellow cottontails aren’t sure what to make of it. The new owners are from the city, and have two kids and a DOG in tow (rabbits and dogs don't get along). The Harvey family means well, and soon Alice and her crew understand they will be safe on the farm.

      Until she overhears a plan by a developer to run the Harveys off the land and bulldoze the farm. Alice, who has never considered herself a hero among rabbits, comes up with a plan to save their home, helped by other animals and the farmer's son.

      Albert Hopper, Science Hero

      by John Himmelman

      Dec 2020

      Independent Readers Plus

      Science Hero Albert Hopper is on a mission: to travel to the center of the earth! With his wormlike ship Wiggles and the help of his niece and nephew, trusty Junior Science Heroes Polly and Tad, Hopper is ready to go where no frog has gone before.

      Thick layers of rock and rubble, tunnels of lava, and temperatures of 6,000 degrees stand between our heroes and their prize. Will they make it? Find out in this funny and informative adventure, perfect for fans of the "Math Inspectors" series and the "Zoey and the Sassafrass" books.

      The Explorer's Code

      by Allison K. Hymas

      Dec 2020

      Mystery/Adventure Elementary Plus

      Three kids have everything they need to solve the mystery of Idlewood Manor—but they must work together before someone else beats them to it.

      Idlewood Manor has been uninhabited for decades, until now…

      Math whiz Charlie won admission in a puzzle contest—and he’s intrigued by the strange numbers he finds on Idlewood’s walls. His restless sister Anna had to be dragged to the house—but then she discovers its hidden floor. Emily’s parents brought her to the mansion on a secret mission—and she’s determined to prove herself to them.

      All three kids soon unlock clues to Idlewood’s mysterious past and the famous female explorer who’s connected to it—and the secret treasure she left behind. But the adults around them are also hunting for the treasure. Charlie, Anna, and Emily will have to overcome their differences and work as a team to solve Idlewood’s puzzles before it's too late.

      Fly on the Wall

      by Remy Lai

      Dec 2020

      Upper Elementary & Junior High Plus

      Henry Khoo's family treats him like a baby. He’s forbidden from going anywhere without his sister/bodyguard. His (former) best friend knows to expect his mom's mafia-style interrogation when Henry’s allowed to hang out at her house. And he definitely CAN’T take an international flight by himself!

      But that’s exactly Henry's plan. After the Khoos’ trip to visit his dad in Singapore is canceled, Henry decides he doesn’t want to be cooped up with his family and BFF turned NRFF (Not Really Friend Forever). Plus, he’s hiding a HUGE secret: He’s the creator of an anonymous gossip cartoon, and he's on the verge of getting caught. Determined to prove his independence, Henry embarks on the greatest adventure everrr…hoping it won’t turn into the greatest disaster ever.

      For Unicorn Lovers Only: History, Mythology, Facts, and More

      by Penelope Gwynne

      Dec 2020

      High-Interest Nonfiction Middle Plus

      Readers of all ages can learn all about the magnificent unicorns of the past and the charismatic creatures of today with this beautifully illustrated treasure trove of unicorn lore and history.

      Unicorns have changed a lot through the ages, but some things have stayed the same: They’re still magical and mysterious, elusive and entertaining. And they’re still the most fascinating mythical beasts in the world.

      In For Unicorn Lovers Only by Penelope Gwynne, readers of all ages can learn all about the magnificent unicorns of the past and the charismatic creatures of today. Vibrantly illustrated by Katie O'Neill, this book will also tell fans everything they need to know about unicorns today—where they live, what they eat, and, how to capture and care for their own.

      Find new ways to express your unicornimania through crafts, clothes, and activities, and experience unicorn magic through retellings of legends and history with this unique combination of fact and fiction.

      Wolfpack (Young Readers Edition)

      by Abby Wambach

      Dec 2020

      Sports Middle Plus

      In this young readers adaptation of her #1 New York Times bestselling book, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion Abby Wambach inspires the next generation to find their voice, unite their pack, and change the world.

      From rising young star to co-captain of the 2015 Women’s World Cup Champion team, Abby Wambach’s impressive career has shown her what it truly means to be a champion. Whether you’re leading from the bench or demanding the ball on the field, real success comes when you harness your inner strength, forge your own path, and band together with your team.

      Updated with stories that trace her journey from youth soccer to the hall of fame, this young readers adaptation of Abby’s instant bestseller Wolfpack is for the next generation of wolves ready to change the game.

      Just a Little Blue

      by Andy Runton

      Dec 2020

      Graphic Novels Early Elementary Plus

      Owly and Wormy just want to help...

      Best friends Owly and Wormy have days filled with adventure and hearts filled with kindness. And when they discover a bluebird family living in a damaged tree, they want to help out the best way they can: by building the birds a new home! But when Owly and Wormy share their gift, the birds don't welcome the new birdhouse quite as Owly and Wormy had hoped. With a big storm moving in, can Owly and Wormy help get the birds (and their chicks!) to safety before it's too late?

      I Survived the California Wildfires, 2018

      by Lauren Tarshis

      Dec 2020

      Hi-Lo PG Middle/High

      The people of Northern California were used to living with the threat of wildfires. But nothing could have prepared them for the devastating 2018 fire season, the deadliest in 100 years and the most destructive in history.

      In the 20th "I Survived" book, readers join eleven-year-old Josh as he leaves his New Jersey home for the rural northern California town where his cousins live. Still reeling from the life-changing challenges that propelled him and his mother across the country, Josh struggles to adapt to a more rustic, down-to-earth lifestyle that couldn't be more different from the one he is used to.

      Josh and his cousin bond over tacos and reptiles and jokes, but on a trip into the nearby forest, they suddenly find themselves in the path of a fast-moving firestorm, a super-heated monster that will soon lay waste to millions of acres of wilderness and—possibly—their town. Josh needs to confront the family issues burning him up inside, but first he'll have to survive the flames blazing all around him.

      Everything Awesome About Sharks and Other Underwater Creatures!

      by Mike Lowery

      Dec 2020

      Science Nonfiction Elementary Plus

      Did you know that sharks can be as small as a banana, or bigger than a bus? Or that whale sharks have more than 3,000 teeth? Did you know that giant squids have eyes the size of dinner plates? Or that clownfish are protected by snot armor?? Find out all this and more, in this comprehensive, hilarious underwater deep dive from Mike Lowery!

      For fans of Dog Man who love nonfiction, discover this definitive, go-to book about everything AWESOME you EVER wanted to know about all things under the sea. Uncover a wealth of weird, wacky, and wild facts about sharks and underwater creatures, told in Mike Lowery's signature, acclaimed comic style with bright and energetic artwork, fresh framing devices, and hilarious jokes. This is the go-to book for shark enthusiasts that kids will put in their backpacks and obsess over, bridging the gap between encyclopedic nonfiction content and lighter picture book fare, filling the need with a one-stop shop for the legions of 7-10 year olds who want to know absolutely everything there is to know about underwater creatures.

      Discover the must-have book for shark fanatics, a madcap field guide full of facts and humor, and learn everything you ever wanted to know about underwater creatures!

      Mañanaland (Spanish edition)

      by Pam Muñoz Ryan

      Dec 2020

      Spanish Middle

      If Max could see tomorrow, he would know if he'd make Santa Maria's celebrated fútbol team and whether he'd ever meet his mother, who disappeared when he was a baby. He longs to know more about her, but Papá won't talk. So when Max uncovers a buried family secret -- involving an underground network of guardians who lead people fleeing a neighboring country to safety -- he decides to seek answers on his own.

      With a treasured compass, a mysterious stone rubbing, and Buelo's legend as his only guides, he sets out on a perilous quest to discover if he is true of heart and what the future holds.

      This timeless tale of struggle, hope, and the search for tomorrow has much to offer today about compassion and our shared humanity.
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