As a follow-up to our list of new picture, Early Reader and Moving Up books, these are some new general fiction and non-fiction books up to the junior high reading level. Click the images below to check availability in our catalog.

Highlights:

way home looks now


The Way Home Looks Now

By Wendy Wan-Long Shang

Peter’s family is broken after the death of his brother. Despite their grief, he strives to revive them through sharing a love for baseball.

 

odds of getting even


The Odds of Getting Even

By Sheila Turnage

Mo and Dale are back in this Tupelo Landing tale that almost literally hits home for Dale when her dad disappears before his court trial.

 

cell phones
You Wouldn’t Want to Live Without Cell Phones!
By Jim Pipe

Discusses a brief history of telephones, what life was like without cell phones, and how cell phones are used today.

 

most amazing creature
The Most Amazing Creature In the Sea
By Brenda Z. Guiberson

Did you know that the whale shark can grow as long as a school bus? Learn about some of the incredible animals that live in our oceans!

 

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We got a lot of new books during the latter half of 2015, and we want to share them with you! Click the images below to check availability in our catalog.

Highlights:

ragweed


Ragweed’s farm dog handbook

By Anne Kennedy

Ragweed gives you some tips about all the things you need to do (and not do) in order to be a good farm dog.

 

friday


Playdates are not scary!
By Kara McMahon

Friday desperately tries to get out of a playdate with Mushy.

 

 

show horses


Show Horses

By Stephanie Turnbull

Horses work together with their human counterparts to entertain others in many ways, from formal performances to Medieval jousting.

 

my pet human


My Pet Human
By Yasmine Surovec

An independent cat insists he prefers to live alone until he learns to love and train the human who adopts him.

 

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