For All/Para Todos is a poignant, bi-lingual tale about an immigrant girl’s hopes and dreams as she embarks on an adventure to a new land.
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Carolyn Crimi: Quirky, magical, tender, scientific, funny.
Written matter-of-factly, Rubi’s Best Friend highlights the friendships and cultural delights that can come from living in a different country.
The Hideout Kids series by Mike Gleason kicks off with a whip and a neigh with the first book, Tuff, Sadie, & The Wild West.
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This book will appeal to young readers whose families are or have been transient or who have unresolved family issues
This book will appeal to “tween” readers (both girls and boys) who like clubs, spy stories, mysteries, and who worry about how to handle bullies at school.
When Piper moves from Pensacola to Norfolk, she hopes to find a new branch of the Gypsy Club thriving. She invented the Gypsy Club, so named because Navy families move so much.
This book will appeal to girls 8 years old and up who enjoy mysteries, animals, and a hint of the ghostly, as well as those who have ever faced being “the new kid in school”.