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Beat the Band by Don Calame In the hilarious fictional story, Beat the Band, Cooper Redmond and his friends Matt and Sean are optimistic about sophomore year. Cooper plans on being seen as one of the cool kids and scoring with the "popular girls." Unfortunately for him, in a health assignment that Read More...
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A Season of Gifts by Richard Peck

A Season of Gifts by Richard Peck If you’ve read A Long Way from Chicago or A Year Down Yonder, you will definitely remember Grandma Dowdel. And for those of you who might be new to this character, she is not the cookie-baking, scarf-knitting, crawl-into-your-lap-for-a-story type of grandma. Read More...

As Easy As Falling Off the Face of the Earth by Lynne Rae Perkins

Ry just stepped off the train to make a quick phone call. And now he finds himself stuck in the middle of nowhere when the train suddenly leaves from its unplanned maintenance stop without him. The worst part is that he cannot actually reach anyone with his cell phone. The first ca Read More...

Beat the Band by Don Calame

Cooper has plans for his sophomore year in high school. After a memorable summer where he and his two best friends, Matt and Sean, completed their goal of seeing a real naked woman, he thinks that it is now time for them to score with the ladies. Unfortunately for Cooper, this is not going to Read More...

The Fold by An Na

A winning lottery ticket! Wow! Wouldn’t that be great? Well, that is exactly what happens to Joyce’s aunt, Gomo. What’s even better is that she wants to share the wealth with her family. She plans to give each family member something to enhance his or Read More...

Schooled by Gordon Korman

Rain is Cap’s hippie grandmother, and the “community” is a farm commune that he and Rain run all by themselves. In fact, Cap has never really interacted with anyone else but Rain, so you can imagine that transitioning into middle school would be more than difficult. Read More...

Twice Upon a Marigold by Jean Ferris

The subtitle to this book is Part Comedy, Part Tragedy, Part Two. Obviously this is book two, the sequel to Once Upon a Marigold. That book ended with a royal wedding, a vanquished villainess, and the promise of happily ever after. And you probably thought that was the end of the s Read More...

Born to Rock by Gordon Korman

“There are two kinds of people in this world—those who have had a cavity search and those who haven’t. This is the story of how I wound up in the wrong category.” (page vii) This is Leo’s story. Coming to the end of his senior year of high school, Leo Read More...
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