Follow the humorous mishaps of a second grader who is learning
Nothing's going right for Ronald—he drops his pencils,
inadvertently squirts water on Joy’s dress, mistakenly eats
Jimmy’s sandwich, misses the ball during recess, loses his
ice cream money, and drops Miss Tyler’s plant.
Brady loves life on the Chesapeake Bay with his friends J.T. and
Digger. But developers and rich families are moving into the area,
and while Brady befriends some of them, like the DiAngelos, his
parents and friends are bitter about the changes. Tragedy strikes
when the DiAngelos’ kayak overturns in the bay, and Brady
wonders if it was more than an accident.
It's the big dance show! Nina is a butterfly. She has pretty wings and a bug mask. But she is not the only one! There are lots of butterflies. How will her mom know which one is Nina? Read this funny story and find out!
Tommy is four years old, and he loves visiting the home of his
grandmother, Nana Downstairs, and his great-grandmother, Nana
Upstairs. But one day Tommy's mother tells him Nana Upstairs won't
be there anymore, and Tommy must struggle with saying good-bye to
someone he loves.
Perfect for fans of Jennifer L. Holm (The Fourteenth
Goldfish and Full of Beans), this heartfelt, deeply
moving middle grade debut features an offbeat girl who learns that
she can remain true to herself while also letting others
Eleven-year-old Frances is an observer of both nature and people,
just like her idol, the anthropologist Margaret Mead.
After being initiated into a neighbor's family by a solemn backyard
ceremony, a young Russian American girl and her African American
brothers' determine to buy their gramma Eula a beautiful Easter
hat. But their good intentions are misunderstood, until they
discover just the right way to pay for the hat that Eula's had her