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Two can keep a secret —McManus, Karen M., author.

While true-crime afficionado Ellery and her twin brother are staying with their grandmother in a Vermont community known for murder, a new friend goes missing and Ellery may be next.

Grandmas are greater than great —Solheim, James, author.

"Vignettes of daily life, and its delights and challenges over hundreds of years, that make us the product of each daughter, mother, and grandma who came before us." -- Provided by publisher. Includes note about how math...

Mii maanda ezhi-gkendmaanh : niibing, dgwaagig, bboong, mnookmig dbaadjigaade maanpii mzin'igning = This is how I know : a book about the seasons —Luby, Brittany, author.

"In this lyrical story-poem, written in Anishinaabemowin and English, a child and grandmother explore their surroundings, taking pleasure in the familiar sights that each new season brings. We accompany them through warm...

Sparkling Jewel —Green, D. L. (Debra L.), author.

Nine-year-old Tori is thrilled to be spending the summer at her grandmother's ranch, even if she has to share a room with her younger sister Miranda, who is eight--there is a beautiful, but very nervous, new pony called ...

Sweet Buttercup —Green, D. L. (Debra L.), author.

While staying at their grandmother's ranch, sisters Tori and Miranda are practicing to compete in different events at the local horse show -- but Ashley, a rude and conceited girl who is stabling her pony at the ranch, i...

Ten beautiful things —Griffin, Molly Beth, author.

Lily is moving into her grandmother's farm in Iowa, and she is sad about all the changes necessary in her life--but on the long drive her grandmother challenges her to find ten beautiful things that they can share togeth...

Schooled —Korman, Gordon.

Homeschooled by his hippie grandmother, Capricorn (Cap) Anderson has never watched television, tasted a pizza, or even heard of a wedgie. But when his grandmother lands in the hospital, Cap is forced to move in with a gu...

Once upon a crime —Buckley, Michael, 1969- author.

When the fairy-tale detectives rush to New York City hoping to find an Everafter who can cure Puck, they trigger a chain of events that includes a murder mystery, and learn many new things about their mother who, along w...

Seeing Red —Mlynowski, Sarah, author.

Abby tries to use the magic mirror to get to her friend's house, but she ends up with her brother in the tale of Little Red Riding Hood; where, having accidently knocked out the Huntsman, they set out to save Red (named ...

Is that you, Eleanor Sue? —Tusa, Tricia, author.

Eleanor Sue plays dress up with her mother and grandmother.

The miscalculations of Lightning Girl —McAnulty, Stacy, author.

A lightning strike made Lucy, twelve, a math genius but, after years of homeschooling, her grandmother enrolls her in middle school and she learns that life is more than numbers.

What will you be? —Méndez, Yamile Saied, author.

"A young girl dreams about all the endless possibilities, sparking a sense of wonder, curiosity, and growth. With her abuela's loving guidance, she learns her potential is limitless."

Dandelion magic : go ahead, make your wish! —Farrell, Darren, author.

With the help of a magic dandelion, Jonah heads off on a grand pirate adventure, but he will need the reader's assistance to navigate choppy waters and defeat ferocious monsters.

Little Red Riding Hood

"In this retelling of the Charles Perrault classic, Hello Kitty is a kind little girl clever enough to defeat the big, bad wolf"--Back cover.

When you trap a tiger —Keller, Tae, author.

When Lily, her sister Sam, and their mother move in with her sick grandmother, Lily traps a tiger and makes a deal with him to heal Halmoni.

Bindu's bindis —Kelkar, Supriya, 1980- author.

This charming picture book is about a little girl who loves her bindis (and the many creative shapes they come in!). The bindis are also a connection to her Nani who lives in India. When Nani comes to visit Bindu and bri...

Shouting at the rain —Hunt, Lynda Mullaly, author.

Delsie loves tracking the weather, living with her grandmother, and the support of friends and neighbors, but misses having a "regular family," especially after her best friend outgrows her.

Berry picking for Grandma —Bailey-Sirko, Jenna, 1985- author.

"How many berries do you need to make crowberry jam? This book helps children build numeracy skills while reading a fun story about berry picking."-- Provided by publisher.

The forever sky —Peacock, Thomas D., author.

Two young Ojibwe brothers, Niigaanii and Bineshiinh, look to the stars and spin stories, some inspired by Uncle and some of their own making, as they remember their grandmother.

There's a tiger in the garden —Stewart, Lizzy, author, illustrator.

Nora is too old to believe Grandma's silly tales about dragonflies as big as birds, polar bears that like to fish, and a tiger in the garden.

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