• 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 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 titles 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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