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Baseball Fiction

Call # Author Title
J PICTURE BOOK ALB Alborough, Jez Hit the ball Duck
J PICTURE BOOK EGA Egan, Tim Roasted peanuts
J PICTURE BOOK ISA Isadora, Rachel Nick plays baseball
J PICTURE BOOK JOR Jordan, Deloris Michael's golden rules
J PICTURE BOOK LES Lester, Helen Batter up Wombat
J PICTURE BOOK MAC Mackall, Dandi Daley A girl named Dan
J PICTURE BOOK MAD Madison, Alan Pecorino plays ball
J PICTURE BOOK MIC Michelson, Richard Across the alley
J PICTURE BOOK NEV Nevius, Carol Baseball hour
J PICTURE BOOK POS Posada, Jorge

Autumn/Fall

When autumn falls by Kelly Nidey ; illustrated by Susan Swan

Four friends in autumn by story and pictures by Tomie dePaola

I know it's autumn by Eileen Spinelli ; illustrated by Nancy Hayashi

Fall leaves by written by Don L. Curry ; illustrated by Aaron Jasinski

The fairest of the fall by Melissa Lagonegro ; illustrated by Peter Emslie

Fall is for friends by Suzy Spafford

Autobiographies

A bookworm who hatched by Verna Aardema ; photographs by Dede Smith

My writing day by David A. Adler ; photographs by Nina Crews

Oksana : my own story by Oksana Baiul ; as told to Heather Alexander

Seeing the circle by Joseph Bruchac ; photographs by John Christopher Fine

Making a difference in the world by Lynne Cherry ; photographs by John Christopher Fine

China's son : growing up in the Cultural Revolution by Da Chen

Flying to the moon : an astronaut's story by Michael Collins

Books For Animal Lovers

Fiction

Notes from a liar and her dog by Gennifer Choldenko — Ant, stuck in a family that she does not like, copes by pretending that her "real" parents are coming to rescue her, by loving her dog Pistachio, by volunteering at the zoo, and by bending the truth and telling lies.

Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate DiCamillo — Though this book is shelved in the youth department, the story of Opal and the dog that she finds should not be missed.

Julie of the wolves. Pictures by John Schoenherr by George, Jean Craighead, 1919- — While running away from home and an unwanted marriage, a thirteen-year-old Eskimo girl becomes lost on the North Slope of Alaska and is befriended by a wolf pack.

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