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Tales of a fourth grade nothing by Judy Blume
The best Christmas pageant ever by Barbara Robinson — Although centered on a Christmas pageant, this remains a hilarious story about how people can surprise you.
School daze collection by Jerry Spinelli
Vincent van Gogh and the colors of the wind by text by Chiara Lossani; illustrations by Octavia Monaco
Sadako and the thousand paper cranes by Eleanor Coerr; paintings by Ronald Himler
Chuck Close: face book by Chuck Close
The pilot and The little prince: the life of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry by Peter Sis -- If you're interested in reading the classic story of The Little Prince, look in JFICTION SAINT-EXUPERY.
The digital divide: arguments for and against Facebook, Google, texting, and the age of social networking by edited and introduced by Mark Bauerlein
The trip [videodisc] by a Revolution Films, Baby Cow, Aribe Production for BBC
Any given number: the ultimate sports debate: who wore it best, from 00 to 99 by Bill Syken, writer
The last alibi by David Ellis
Celebrate National Poetry Month by getting to know more about the lives of some of our greatest poets:
Longfellow: a rediscovered life by Charles C. Calhoun
Yeats's ghosts: the secret life of W.B. Yeats by Brenda Maddox
Dylan Thomas: a new life by Andrew Lycett
From noon to starry night: a life of Walt Whitman by Philip Callow
Rough magic: a biography of Sylvia Plath by Paul Alexander
Dante by R.W.B. Lewis
America's champion swimmer: Gertrude Ederle by written by David A. Adler ; illustrated by Terry Widener
Describes the life and accomplishments of Gertrude Ederle, the first woman to swim the English Channel and a figure in the early women's rights movement
Eleanor quiet no more: the life of Eleanor Roosevelt by written by Doreen Rappaport ; illustrated by Gary Kelley
Explores the life of Eleanor Roosevelt from her upbringing, education, and marriage to Franklin Delano.
Elizabeth leads the way: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the right to vote by Tanya Lee Stone ; illustrations by Rebecca Gibbon
Describes the life of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a pioneer of women's rights.
You must remember this [large print]: life and style in Hollywood's golden age by Robert J. Wagner with Scott Eyman
One summer [large print]: America, 1927 by Bill Bryson
I invented the modern age [large print]: the rise of Henry Ford by Richard Snow
Bleeding orange: fifty years of blind referees, screaming fans, beasts of the East, and Syracuse basketball by Jim Boeheim, with Jack McCallum
Cinderella: inside the rise of mid-major college basketball by Michael Litos
Players first: coaching from the inside out by John Calipari and Michael Sokolove
Requiem for the Big East [videodisc] by ESPN Films ; written and directed by Alex Gibney
In honor of Women's History Month, read the fascinating true stories of some of the many women who have shaped our world.
I am Malala: how one girl stood up for education and changed the world by Malala Yousafzai with Patricia McCormick
Raised in a once-peaceful area of Pakistan transformed by terrorism, Malala was taught to stand up for what she believes. So she fought for her right to be educated. And on October 9, 2012, she nearly lost her life for the cause. --Provided by publisher.
Bon appétit!: the delicious life of Julia Child by Jessie Hartland
Follow Julia Child-chef, author, and television personality-from her childhood in Pasadena, California, to her life as a spy in WWII, to the cooking classes she took in Paris, to publication of Mastering the Art of French Cooking, to the funny moments of being a chef on TV. -- Provided by publisher.