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
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
The Card Shop by Sandra Lounsbury. Step-by-step instructions on how to make incredible greeting cards for every season. All you need is a few supplies and you can make imaginative, personalized cards for everyone you know. Some stuff you could even make to decorate your room.
Bloor, Edward. Tangerine. Twelve-year-old Paul, who lives in the shadow of his football hero brother Erik, fights for the right to play soccer despite his near blindness and slowly begins to remember the incident that damaged his eyesight
Griffey, Ken, Jr. Ken Griffey, Jr.: A Biography. (JBIO GRIFFEY) by Bill Gutman, 152 pgs.
Jeter, Derek. Derek Jeter: A Biography. (JBIO JETER) by Robert Craig, 114 pgs.
The Rose and the Beast: Fairy Tales Retold by Francesca Lia Block
Nine tales retold Blockstyle, in gritty magical realism.
Kissing the Witch: Old Tales in New Skins by Emma Donoghue
Daring retellings of thirteen tales featuring strong female characters.
Just Ella by Margeret Haddix Peterson
In this continuation of the Cinderella story, fifteen-year-old Ella finds that accepting Prince Charming's proposal ensnares her in a suffocating tangle of palace rules and royal etiquette, so she plots to escape.
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.
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