• Took

    by Mary Downing Hahn Year Published: 2016

    Downing Hahn's recent book is a great example of how to bridge the gap between creepy kiddie book and appropriate horror for the young.

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  • Supernova (Amulet, Book 8)

    by Kazu Kibuishi Year Published: 2018

    This is yet another long awaited sequel from the wildly popular manga series.

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  • A Wrinkle in Time

    by Madeleine L'Engle Year Published: 1962

    This book could be the most important children's Sci-Fi novel of all time; diversely inspiring the late First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and Christopher Nolan's recent blockbuster movie Interstellar.

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  • The Children's Crusade of 1963 Boosts Civil Rights

    by Heather Adamson Year Published: 2018

    There can be no better way to inspire children from the Deep South than to tell them how boys and girls just like them in 1963 changed the world forever!

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  • Black Holes: A Space Discovery Guide

    by James Roland Year Published: 2017

    When students return this, their eyes are wide with amazement at the marvels of a universe with giant black holes in the center of every galaxy!

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  • What Was the Underground Railroad?

    by Yona Zeldis McDonough Year Published: 2013

    The Who Was, What Was series is an excellent Social Studies and History resource, and the Greenway Library Media Center has more than any MCPS school.

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  • The Hunger Games

    by Suzanne Collins Year Published: 2008

    This excellent story about a simple coal miner daughter's heroics in a "most dangerous game" built a new subgenre of young adult fiction.

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