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Stargirl —Spinelli, Jerry, author.

Stargirl. From the day she arrives at quiet Mica High in a burst of color and sound, the hallways hum with the murmur of "Stargirl, Stargirl." She captures Leo Borlock' s heart with just one smile. She sparks a school-sp...

Dead Wednesday —Spinelli, Jerry, author.

On Dead Wednesday, every eighth grader in Amber Springs is assigned the name and identity of a teenager who died a preventable death in the past year. The kids don black shirts and for the whole day everyone in town pret...

Loser —Spinelli, Jerry.

Even though his classmates from first grade on have considered him strange and a loser, Donald Zinkoff's optimism and exuberance and the support of his loving family do not allow him to feel that way about himself.

Maniac Magee : a novel —Spinelli, Jerry, author.

After his parents die, Jeffrey Lionel Magee's life becomes legendary, as he accomplishes athletic and other feats which awe his contemporaries.

Knots in my yo-yo string : the autobiography of a kid —Spinelli, Jerry.

This Italian-American Newbery Medalist presents a humorous account of his childhood and youth in Norristown, Pennsylvania.

Third grade angels —Spinelli, Jerry.

"George 'Suds' Morton competes with his third-grade classmates to earn the first 'halo' of the year for good behavior, but being good turns out to be more stressful than he anticipated"-- Provided by publisher.

I can be anything! —Spinelli, Jerry.

A little boy ponders the many possible jobs in his future, from paper-plane folder and puppy-dog holder to mixing-bowl licker and tin-can kicker.

Milkweed : a novel —Spinelli, Jerry.

He's a boy called Jew who grows up on the streets of Warsaw, stealing food for himself and other orphans, and he wants to be a Nazi someday, until the trains come to empty the Jews.

Jake and Lily —Spinelli, Jerry.

"Jake and Lily are twins and have always felt the same--like two halves of one person--but the year they turn eleven and Jake begins hanging out with Bump Stubbins, everything changes"--Provided by publisher.

Fourth grade rats —Spinelli, Jerry.

Suds learns that his best friend is wrong. You don't have to be a tough guy, a "rat," to be a grown up fourth grader.

Eggs —Spinelli, Jerry.

Mourning the loss of his mother, nine-year-old David forms an unlikely friendship with independent, quirky thirteen-year-old Primrose, as the two help each other deal with what is missing in their lives.

Love, Stargirl —Spinelli, Jerry.

Still moping months after being dumped by her Arizona boyfriend Leo, fifteen-year-old Stargirl, a home-schooled free spirit, writes "the world's longest letter" to Leo, describing her new life in Pennsylvania.

Mama Seeton's whistle —Spinelli, Jerry.

"Mama Seeton's simple and comforting whistle calls her family home, no matter how far away they may be"--Provided by publisher.

Fourth grade rats —Spinelli, Jerry

Now that he is in the fourth grade, Suds learns that a fear of spiders or a babyish lunchbox will never get him into the coveted group, the Fourth Grade Rats.

Hokey pokey —Spinelli, Jerry.

Welcome to Hokey Pokey. A place and a time, when childhood is at its best: games to play, bikes to ride, experiences to be had. There are no adults in Hokey Pokey, just kids, and the laws governing Hokey Pokey are simple...

Dump days —Spinelli, Jerry.

On the first morning of the first day of their summer vacation, J. D. Kidd and his best friend resolve to have an absolutely perfect day before the summer ends.

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