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With the help of his friends, Bilal builds an elaborate deception, even printing false pages of the local newspaper to hide the truth from his father, a staunch supporter of a united India. This intense and fascinating novel deals with themes of love, loss, religious intolerance, and the wisdom of hiding the truth. When Pepper wakes up on the morning of his 14th birthday, he is amazed to find himself still alive, and runs off to sea hoping to escape death a bit longer.

Pepper then flees across the French countryside from one disastrous job to another until the totally satisfying climax. Rich illustrations capture 19th-century Paris. The Communist revolution changes his life forever. Sent to a labor camp, Arn learns to be invisible, hiding from the soldiers who dispense death at a whim. Then one day the soldiers ask if any of the children can play an instrument, and Arn learns to play the revolutionary songs the soldiers demand, earning enough food to keep himself and the other children alive. Europeans had never seen a rhinoceros, and Van der Meer took Clara to Berlin, Rome, Paris, Vienna, and other cities where she amazed peasants and aristocrats alike.

Poets, artists, and musicians created works in her honor, while Van der Meer struggled to raise enough money to keep Clara fed. She consumed pounds of hay and 30 loaves of bread a day, and had a great fondness for oranges and beer. Every day Clara grows in size, necessitating ever larger wagons for transportation.

Watercolor illustrations capture the affection between Clara and Van der Meer and the fashions of the time. While traveling across the country, Aiden works through his despair and begins to hope again.

The strong characters and honest look at our sometimes brutal history will keep teen readers glued to the pages. Then Trina sees a fish that reminds her of the magical wish-granting carp from an old fairy tale. Themes of optimism versus realism, magic versus hard work, and xenophobia versus neighborliness make this debut novel stand out. Rebecca feels out of place at the snooty prep school.

In fact, to the rich girls she is nearly invisible. Rebecca befriends Lisette, a ghost who has haunted the cemetery since her mysterious death years earlier. This atmospheric ghost story captures the rich history of New Orleans, and doesn't shy away from issues of race, ethnicity, class, and culture. When Mary nursed a newborn lamb back to health, the lamb accepted Mary as its mother and followed her everywhere, even to school one day. John Roulstone was at school that day, and wrote the famous nursery rhyme about Mary who had a little lamb.

Beautiful full page paintings, by the great-grandson of Grandma Moses, illustrate the simple story. The Wager by Donna Jo Napoli Ages 12—up Set in , this novel tells the story of Don Giovanni, a wealthy year-old orphan who suddenly loses his riches and his castle in a tidal wave and is reduced to begging for food to survive. The devil appears to offer a wager—if Don Giovanni agrees not to bathe or change his clothes for three years, three months, and three days, he will receive a purse that magically refills. But then a strange new sickness arrives in her small Kenyan village, her father falls ill, and her family needs her help at home.

Auma has to choose between leaving her family to go to school, or quitting school to get a job to support her family. Three years later James is a railroad executive traveling with his son Will on the first journey of the Boundless, the largest train ever assembled. Among the cars is a circus, and Will befriends Maren, a beautiful high wire walker. Will learns that a plot is afoot to steal treasure, including the golden spike, from the vault-like mausoleum car. This action adventure is set in a slightly alternative reality, where sasquatches roam the northern forests.

In , when Salva is 11, his school is attacked by brutal rebel solders. Covering the next 23 years of his life, Salva's narration tells of hunger, death, refugee camps, and his eventual relocation to New York. This honest book presents harsh realities in terrifying detail, yet ends on a note of hope for a better future. After robbers shatter the pot, Tree Ear continues the dangerous journey, now carrying only one precious single shard. While the family pampers the beautiful and gifted Caroline, lonely and miserable Louise learns the way of the watermen from old Captain Wallace.

Eventually Louise learns that she has her own strengths. When word of the fighting between the British and the American colonists reaches the family, they worry that their safe world is endangered. One day Sam returns from hunting to find the houses in their settlement burned to the ground and the scalped bodies of neighbors. Sam sets off on a harrowing quest to find and rescue his parents, taken prisoner by British soldiers aided by Iroquois.

This hilarious and touching book is the sequel to A Long Way to Chicago.

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Like most girls her age, the war in Europe seems very far away. Then Helga, a refugee from Germany arrives. Learning the truth about the treatment of Jews by Nazis changes Isabel, and she begins to try to help Helga come to terms with her guilt for escaping and leaving her family behind. Young Sadie is heartbroken when she realizes she has left the wooden sparrow January carved for her, her only memento of her dead friend. The Crosswhites travel through the Underground Railroad to Marshall, Michigan, where they finally live in freedom. Based on a true story, this book is both horrifying and empowering.

Heart of a Samurai by Margi Preus Ages 10—14 In , Japan is closed to outsiders, and Japanese leaving the country are not permitted to return. Manjiro Nakahama 14 is out fishing with four others when a storm destroys their small boat and strands them on a small island. Rescued five months later by an American whaling ship. Adopted by the captain, Manjiro learns English and the whaling trade, and eventually becomes the first Japanese to come to America. Despite prejudice, hardships, and homesickness, Manjiro never loses his curiosity.

After living in New England, Manjiro travels to California to pan for gold, and eventually makes his way back to Japan, where he is imprisoned as an outsider. Period illustrations by Manjiro himself, as well as new art by Jillian Tamaki, enliven this fictionalized true story.

Sovay by Celia Rees Ages 12—up Raised in the English countryside during the French Revolution, year-old Sovay sets out to find her father and brother who have been condemned for supporting the Revolution. Playing the roles of highway robber, spy, and socialite, Sovay travels from London to Paris in this romantic and suspenseful story of political intrigue and class struggle. Drew meets a strange boy named Emmett in the alley behind the shop while searching for her escaped pet.

Emmett surprises Drew with his knowledge of rats and the two become friends. Set in California in the s, this quiet novel touches on themes of friendship, love, and sacrifice. Back of the Bus by Aaron Reynolds, Floyd Cooper Ages 6—8 One winter day in Montgomery Alabama, a young boy and his mother are riding where they are supposed to—in the back of the bus. Beautifully lifelike oil paintings convey the emotional tension of that famous bus ride.

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After a bad harvest, May B. Alone in the sod house, May B. Encouraged by her grandmother to follow her dream, Casey makes her way to the open auditions of the American School of Ballet in New York City. Accepted into the scholarship program, Casey must balance the demands of family, friendship, and school.

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Using clever ruses like toolboxes, ambulances, and coffins, Irena defied the Nazis and risked her own life to bring the children to safety. Worried that the children might not be reunited with their families, Irena kept a secret list of the children's identities buried in jars under a tree in war-torn Warsaw. Dramatic paintings illustrate this story of courage and compassion. Rooftoppers by Katherine Rundell, Terry Fan Ages 8—12 After a ship sinks, a baby girl is found floating in a cello case, wrapped in the score of a symphony.

Charles Maxwell, a young fellow passenger, saves the baby and decides to keep her, despite social pressure of s London to give her up. When Sophie is 12, the authorities order that she be given to an orphanage, so Charles and Sophie flee to Paris, where the cello case was made. Sophie is convince that her mother is still alive, and sets off to search Paris with her new friend Matteo, a street child who lives on the rooftops. When the Nazis threatened the Jews, Nonna was separated from her father and sent to hide in the mountains with her mother and brother.

Each of the seven charms represents one of the months the family was separated, and there is a story of fear, ingenuity, and compassion to go with each one. Based on her own family history, Russo tells the tale of this terrifying time in a reassuring way that is appropriate for young children. The poetic text captures the spirit of an artist who savors the sound of words and the importance of dreaming in the development of a poet. But someone is murdering apothecaries, and Master Blackthorn is attacked. Christopher flees, and with his friend Tom uses all the scientific skills he has learned to rescue his master and find the killers.

None of the university professors return from the meeting, and Herr Doktor Fuchsmann is too nervous to allow Anna to stay. Cast into the streets, Anna follows the strange tall man who talks to the birds. The Swallow Man teaches Anna how to survive in the hostile landscape that was her home, sometimes challenging her instincts for honesty and compassion.

Misha fights against the overcrowding and inhumane conditions of the ghetto by smuggling food until his younger sister disappears during a trek through the sewer system. When he learns that the Nazis plan to kill all the Jews by transporting them to concentration camps, he joins a rebel group led by Mordechai Anielewicz, determined to fight back no matter how hopeless their cause might be.

Somber blue-and-white illustrations and spare prose tell the nightmarish story. Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! Voices from a Medieval Village by Laura Amy Schlitz Newbery Medal Ages 10—up Written to be performed by a classroom of students, these 23 short monologues in prose and verse bring to life an English village in Joan loves to read and longs for more education, but her father refuses. Joan pours her longing out for a better life in her diary. When her father burns her books, Joan runs away to Baltimore, hoping that she can get a job as a hired girl, cooking and cleaning for six dollars a week.

She is hired by a wealthy Jewish family, amazed by their unity as a close loving family unit. Joan learns about keeping kosher and is exposed to art, music, and literature. She grows to love the family, and is shocked when she encounters anti-Semitism. On the journey the two confront changes in music, politics, race relations, and attitudes toward the Vietnam War in this sensitive coming-of-age story. The truth is slowly revealed as Sig struggles to decide if he will use the gun. The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick Caldecott Medal Ages 9—12 Hugo, a year-old-orphan lives in the walls of a Paris train station at the turn of the 20th century, trying to finish an invention his father left.

Black and white pencil illustrations pay homage to flickering silent movies. The first part of the story is told entirely in pictures that span nearly pages, beginning with Billy Marvel, a boy who survives a shipwreck in and finds work in a London theatre. The family flourishes as actors until , when young Leontes Marvel is banished from the stage. The story continues in pages of prose.

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Nearly a century later, Joseph Jervis runs away from home and takes refuge with his uncle Albert Nightingale in his strange and beautiful house, leading Joseph into a quest to learn about the history of the house and his family. Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys Ages 12—up Lina is a normal year old girl who loves to draw and paint and dream about boys until the night in when Soviet soldiers invade her town. Separated from her father on a crowded train, Lina is sent to a work camp with her mother and younger brother.

The three make a long and arduous journey north to the Siberian work camp north of the Arctic Circle, where they are forced to dig for beets as they struggle to survive. Using her art to maintain her sense of hope, Lina illustrates messages she hopes will reach her father in prison. Josie works in a local bookstore in exchange for a safe place to sleep and cleans the brothel to earn money for college. When Josie becomes involved in a murder investigation and a mob debt, escaping her circumstances becomes more unlikely than ever, but Josie is determined to be in charge of her own destiny.

Four narrative voices describe the plight of the refugees who end up on the Wilhelm Gustloff , a ship they hope will take them safely to freedom. Florian is a Prussian boy carrying a secret parcel, Amelis is a year old pregnant Polish girl with no papers, Joana is a year-old Lithuanian nurse who is convinced she is guilty of murder, and Alfret is a German solder aboard the Wilhelm Gustloff , a doomed ship whose causalities will exceed those of the Titanic and Lusitania combined. A talented artist, Karl draws cartoons and comics as he dreams of finding freedom in America, falls in love with a Catholic neighbor, and meets a cross-dressing homosexual.

This powerful historical novel examines racism and prejudice through the lens of both fictional children and real historical figures. Vintage photographs, etchings, and memoirs illuminate the adventures and struggles of the women who cut their hair and disguised themselves as men to join the fight. Highly accessible language helps to put these unconventional women in historic context.

Believing that science can fix everything, his radiologist father subjected David to numerous x-rays for various childhood ailments, resulting in cancer that was untreated for years. At age 14, unaware that he had throat cancer and was expected to die, David awoke from an operation left him nearly mute. Homesick, cold, and tired of inedible food, Laura is ready to give up until a young Russian artist rescues her from two aggressive gypsy women on a bridge.

Laura is immediately attracted to Alyosha, but has been warned not to get involved with Russian men, who probably have ulterior motives for striking up a friendship with Americans. The desperation Laura sees among Alyosha and his friends gives her a new understanding of life behind the Iron Curtain. Themes of culture shock, adaptation, and perseverance are explored in this romantic mystery.

When one of his jokes back-fires, Halli is forced to set out on a quest where he encounters robbers and monsters and a girl who may have as quick a mind as his own. This coming-of-age-novel is a surprising look at what bravery really is. The hardships of the Great Frost of —84 are too much for the teenaged Kit to bear, and he abandons his brother and flees to London, where he finds work as an apprentice to a struggling artist.

Kit struggles with issues of familial responsibility, religion, class, and gender roles in this frank coming-of-age novel. Shumway and her daughter, Isadora, in the small town of Vern Hollow. When the aliens land, Bud knows they are there to steal one of his inventions, but everyone else is amazed when the aliens kidnap seven people and take them off to the planet Skreepia.

This lively illustrated interstellar adventure will captivate middle school readers. Highway Robbery by Kate Thompson, Robert Dress Ages 10—up A young beggar recalls the night a stranger rode into town, promising the boy a gold coin if he watched his horse. When David and his family are taken away to the camps, he gives Otto to his best friend Oskar. Otto is found by an American soldier, and stops the bleeding that would have killed him.

Years later, Oskar finds Otto in an American antique store, and their picture in the paper leads to a reunion with David. Narrated by Otto in a calm voice, this moving book presents the reality of war, loss, and abandonment. Queen of the Falls by Chris Van Allsburg Ages 6—9 Annie Edson Taylor, a year-old widow, decided she needed a way to strike it rich after closing her Michigan charm school.