A young girl and her father embark on a night time adventure to see the great horned owl. Wonderfully illustrated.
First published in 1939, this is a terrific story about an obsolete machine that proves it’s still worthy.
An inspirational book for children and adults touched by cancer.
This is a beautifully compiled book that appeals to my inner artist and inner baseball player! The combination of the gorgeous illustrations and the stats evokes the romance of baseball's golden age.
a Maegan pick
A stunning achievement. A lively rhyme scheme and detailed drawings spark the reader’s imagination. And soon you realize that everything has a house or is a house of some kind.
My favorite read-aloud.
The charming rhyme scheme and colorful use of acrylics and watercolors enhance this story of animals who are trying to escape the rainstorm outside the doghouse. Reminiscent of Audrey Woods’ Napping House, this is a sure-to-please read-aloud.
Jackie Morris has created one of the most beautifullyillustrated new myths of our time.
Burton’s award winning classic which I loved as a child.
Selznick has crafted one of the most unique middle-grade novels with his charming storyline and beautiful illustrations. As one reads he feels like part of the extraordinary masterpiece.
Definitely my favorite middle-grade book of all time!
O’Brien has written a creative story that makes you wonder.
Best comfort book ever! I still re-read it every few years, especially in the spring.
I first read this book in fifth grade, and I'm thrilled that it's still in print. Clever and imaginative, this masterpiece of whimsical wordplay appeals to all ages. A modern classic.
We all need to see the world through Charlie’s eyes.
Barbara O'Connor is a genius. The writing is superb and the story is touching.
I hope this book never goes out of print. The story of a rape victim and her depression and how she gradually heals is moving and beautiful and should be read by every teen, male or female.
My favorite Harry Potter! Now if I only had a time-turner...
A true gem based on the story that prompted Theodore Dreiser’s “An American Tragedy.” The heroine, Mattie, realizes that she must choose between family obligations and her own self-worth.
A book that inspires you and make you think, wow!
Best of the trilogy, this amazing novel started the current dystopian trend.
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