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The Cardboard Kingdom

"It's winter break in the Cardboard Kingdom, and kids from the town across the park want to play together! But according to the evil Sorceress, not just anyone can join the kingdom... So it's not long before the two communities spiral into battle. Will the Sorceress realize the error of her ways before all hope is lost? Will friendship still manage to win the day?"--Provided by publisher.


(Graphic novel)
"Nick and Charlie are in love. They've finally said those three little words, and Charlie has almost persuaded his mum to let him sleep over at Nick's house. He wants to take their relationship to the next level... but can he find the confidence he needs? And with Nick going off to university next year, is everything about to change?"--Amazon.

Big Nate

move it or lose it!
Look out! Nate Wright and friends are headed for another round of fun, pranks, sports, mischief, and adventure in this collection of Big Nate comics guaranteed to entertain young readers everywhere.

Ms. Marvel. beyond the limit. #5

Ms. Marvel has to find the mysterious thief who's been raiding scientific labs across the country before he strikes again, but first, she needs to team-up with her friends to stop Qarin from taking over Kamala's life in revenge for the destruction of her homeworld. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Graphic Novels is an imprint of Spotlight, a division of ABDO.

Ms. Marvel. beyond the limit. #4

Qarin blames Ms. Marvel and a mysterious man for the explosion that brought her to Jersey City and ended her world, and Kamala will have to convince the Wasp of her true identity in order to break free of Qarin's mind control. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Graphic Novels is an imprint of Spotlight, a division of ABDO.

Sunny makes her case

"Sunny is starting to understand the ins and outs of middle school... but she still feels more out than in. Most kids have a thing they do outside of class, like football or track or cheerleading. Sunny isn't quarterback material, and her cheer attempts are... not the best. So what can she do? When Sunny's friend Arun says he wants to start a debate club, she's not really sure what he means. Isn't debate just... arguing? Sunny's never had a problem with arguing. Some of the debates are fun ones: which is the best candy? Is peanut butter a force for evil or a force for good? But when the debate club starts to be a success and the topics get harder, Sunny realizes she won't just be able to talk her way into winning... she'll have to make her case!"--Provided by publisher.

Above the trenches

"The first American pilots to fight in World War One flew for the French military. France created a squadron of volunteer Americans called the Lafayette Escadrille (named after the . . . Marquis de Lafayette). This book is about that volunteer squadron: How they got into the French military. How they learned to fly. How they fought--and died. And how these American pilots would go down in history with other legendary flying aces like the Red Baron and his Flying Circus"--Provided by publisher.

I survived the American Revolution, 1776

"Nathaniel Fox never imagined he'd find himself in the middle of a blood-soaked battlefield, fighting for his life. He's only eleven years old! He's barely paid attention to the troubles between America and England. Instead, he's been worked to the bone by his cruel uncle. But when his uncle's rage forces him to flee home suddenly, Nate finds himself in New York City, in the middle of the American Revolution. He encounters an old friend and joins his army regiment as a camp helper. Soon the British invade -- and nothing goes as planned. Can Nate survive the war's biggest battle yet?"--Back cover.

Marie Curie and radioactivity

"Marie Curie stunned the scientific world when her research uncovered two elements, polonium and radium. This accessible graphic biography gives readers a look at her collaborations with Pierre Curie, her medical work during World War I, and more"--OCLC.

Courage to dream

tales of hope in the Holocaust
"This . . . multifaceted tapestry is woven from Jewish folklore and cultural history. Five interlocking narratives explore one common story--the tradition of resistance and uplift"--Provided by publisher.


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