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All's Faire in Middle School book cover

All’s Faire in Middle School by Victoria Jamieson

Imogen is starting public school for the first time after being homeschooled all her life. She’s worried about fitting in, especially since her family works year round at the local renaissance faire and doesn’t exactly act normal. In an effort to make friends, Imogen ends up becoming a bully herself, but knows it’s wrong and…

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Roller Girl book cover

Roller Girl  by Victoria Jamieson    

One night, Astrid’s mom takes her and her best friend to a roller derby, and this sets off a course of events that changes Astrid’s life.  Astrid becomes obsessed with everything roller derby and decides to join roller derby camp the summer before entering junior high.  This decision leads to some major problems with her…

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Real Friends book cover

Real Friends by Shannon Hale

Growing up can be rough: sometimes your friends move away, sometimes your friends aren’t as kind as they should be, and sometimes you just feel out of place. Shannon Hale writes about how she viewed the world while she was in elementary school. Like most kids, she had trouble with her sibling and friends. As…

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Hidden book cover

Hidden: A Child’s Story of the Holocaust by Loic Dauvillier

Elsa can’t sleep and she finds her grandmother sitting up. Grandma Dounia tells the story of her childhood in France. Her life was pretty normal, with a best friend and a boy they both had a crush on. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, people start treating her different because she is Jewish. To survive, Dounia…

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Lowriders in Space book cover

Lowriders in Space by Cathy Camper

Lupe, Flapjack, and Elirio work in an auto shop, and they love what they do. Lupe is a mechanic, while Flapjack cleans the cars, and Elirio is a detail artist. They also live in outer space, and are an impala, octopus, and mosquito, respectively. They would like to own their own garage, but they don’t…

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The Lunch Witch book cover

Lunch Witch by Deb Lucke

It's hard to be a witch in modern times because no one believes in magic anymore.  So what is an out-of-work witch who makes terrible tasting brews to do?  You guessed it--become a lunch lady in the school cafeteria. Perfect, right?  Except there's one problem.  A student named Madison guesses she is a witch and…

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