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    Best Friends

    Shannon Hale, LeUyen Pham

    Paperback (First Second, Aug. 27, 2019)
    A National and New York Times Bestseller!The creators of Real Friends Shannon Hale and LeUyen Pham are back with a true story about popularity, first crushes, and finding your own path in the graphic novel, Best Friends.Follow your heart. Find your people.Sixth grade is supposed to be perfect. Shannon’s got a sure spot in the in-crowd called The Group, and her best friend is their leader, Jen, the most popular girl in school. But the rules are always changing, and Shannon has to scramble to keep up. She never knows which TV shows are cool, what songs to listen to, and who she’s allowed to talk to. Who makes these rules, anyway? And does Shannon have to follow them?A School Library Journal Best Book of 2019A Chicago Public Library Best of the Best Book of 2019A National Public Radio (NPR) Best Book of 2019One of NBC Today's 26 Best Kids' Books of 20192020 Bank Street College of Education Best Children's Books of the Year List
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    Third Grade Angels

    Jerry Spinelli

    Paperback (Arthur A. Levine Books, July 29, 2014)
    The long-awaited prequel to the bestseller FOURTH GRADE RATSGeorge, aka "Suds," has just entered third grade, and he's heard the rhyme about "first grade babies/second grade cats/third grade angels/fourth grade rats," but what does this mean for his school year? It means that his teacher, Mrs. Simms, will hold a competition every month to see which student deserves to be awarded "the halo" - which student is best-behaved, kindest to others, and, in short, perfect. Suds is determined to be the first to earn the halo, but he's finding the challenge of always being good to be more stressful than he had anticipated. Does he have to be good even outside of school? (Does he have to be nice to his annoying little sister?) And if Mrs. Simms doesn't actually see him doing a good deed, does it even count?A warm, funny return to elementary school from master storyteller Spinelli.
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    Venus

    Adele Richardson

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Sept. 1, 2007)
    Did you know that Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system? Or that the planet has volcanoes that look like pancakes? Look inside to learn more about Venus and its place in the solar system.
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    Mars: The Red Planet

    Patricia Demuth, Stephen Marchese

    Paperback (Demco Media, April 1, 1999)
    Reviews the history of Earth's observation of the red planet since ancient times, explores the results of modern scientific studies carried out by telescope, satellite, and landing probe, and speculates on a future human landing
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    Crown: An Ode to the Fresh Cut

    Derrick Barnes, Gordon C. James

    Hardcover (Agate Bolden, Oct. 10, 2017)
    Winner of the 2018 Kirkus Prize for Young ReadersA Newbery Honor BookA Caldecott Honor BookA Coretta Scott King Author Honor BookA Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor BookAn Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Award BookAn Ezra Jack Keats New Illustrator Honor BookA Society of Illustrators Gold Medal BookNamed one of the best books of 2017 by NPR, the Huffington Post, Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, the Los Angeles Times, the Boston Globe, the Horn Book Magazine, the News & Observer, BookPage, Chicago Public Library, and more The barbershop is where the magic happens. Boys go in as lumps of clay and, with princely robes draped around their shoulders, a dab of cool shaving cream on their foreheads, and a slow, steady cut, they become royalty. That crisp yet subtle line makes boys sharper, more visible, more aware of every great thing that could happen to them when they look good: lesser grades turn into As; girls take notice; even a mother’s hug gets a little tighter. Everyone notices. A fresh cut makes boys fly. This rhythmic, read-aloud title is an unbridled celebration of the self-esteem, confidence, and swagger boys feel when they leave the barber’s chair—a tradition that places on their heads a figurative crown, beaming with jewels, that confirms their brilliance and worth and helps them not only love and accept themselves but also take a giant step toward caring how they present themselves to the world. The fresh cuts. That’s where it all begins. Crown: An Ode to the Fresh Cut is a high-spirited, engaging salute to the beautiful, raw, assured humanity of black boys and how they see themselves when they approve of their reflections in the mirror.
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    Captain Underpants and the Preposterous Plight of the Purple Potty People

    Dav Pilkey

    Hardcover (Scholastic Inc., Aug. 13, 2019)
    George and Harold's time-traveling Purple Potty lands them in a crazy place in the eighth book in this #1 New York Times bestselling series by Dav Pilkey, the author and illustrator of Dog Man!The teachers are nice, the cafeteria serves delicious food, and the school principal, Mr. Krupp, thinks George and Harold are hilarious. Something is very, very wrong -- and it gets even wronger when the boys' pet pterodactyl, Crackers, and Sulu the Bionic Hamster are captured by George and Harold's evil-twin look-alikes. Now George and Harold must face their greatest foes yet: THEMSELVES! Can they handle this mess on their own, or will they need Captain Underpants to swoop in and save the day?
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    Venus

    Melanie Chrismer

    Library Binding (Childrens Pr, Sept. 30, 2005)
    Describes Venus, the planet second-closest to the sun in our solar system, and compares it to Earth.
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    Venus

    Elaine Landau

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, March 1, 2008)
    Discusses the atmosphere, surface features, exploration, and other aspects of the planet Venus.
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    Bad Kitty Camp Daze

    Nick Bruel

    Paperback (Square Fish, Dec. 31, 2018)
    Bad Kitty is headed for a camp experience like no other in the eleventh installment of Nick Bruel's bestselling Bad Kitty chapter book series.Kitty’s life is really hard. Like really, REALLY hard. All she asks for is twenty-two hours a day to sleep and food to be delivered morning and night. But does she get it? No. And when Puppy and Baby get a little rambunctious during her naptime, Kitty gets bonked on the head and starts to believe she’s . . . a dog.This new dynamic freaks out Puppy, so he’s sent away to Uncle Murray’s Camp for Stressed-Out Dogs to relax with other canine campers. But guess who sneaks along?Still believing she’s a dog, Kitty fits right in. That is until she and Uncle Murray encounter a bear, and then the feline claws come out.Bad Kitty Camp Daze is perfect for any kid with or without camping experience."Will satisfy [Bad Kitty's] millions of fans with plenty of cat-titude and feline foolishness." ―Kirkus Reviews"A must-have for early chapter book readers." ―School Library Journal
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