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Beatrice and Croc Harry : a novel —Hill, Lawrence, 1957- author.

"Beatrice, a young girl of uncertain age, wakes up all alone in a forest tree-house. How did she arrive in this cozy dwelling, stocked carefully with bookshelves and oatmeal accoutrements? And who has been leaving a trai...

I can make this promise —Day, Christine, 1993- author.

"When twelve-year-old Edie finds letters and photographs in her attic that change everything she thought she knew about her Native American mother's adoption, she realizes she has a lot to learn about her family's histor...

I'm not a girl —Lyons, Maddox, author.

"A story of a transboy coming out and getting the haircut he's always wanted"-- Provided by publisher.

Can you see me? —Scott, Libby, author.

Eleven-year-old Tally is starting sixth grade at Kingswood Academy and she really wants to fit in, which means somehow hiding her autism, hypersensitivity to touch, and true self, and trying to act "normal" like her form...

Red a crayon's story —Hall, Michael, 1954- author, illustrator.
Read-along Book
2017
Availability: 0 of 4

A blue crayon mistakenly labeled as "red" suffers an identity crisis in this picture book by the New York Times-bestselling creator of My Heart Is Like a Zoo and It's an Orange.

Escaping peril —Sutherland, Tui, 1978- author.

Peril is possibly the most dangerous dragon in Pyrrhia, because she has firescales that can kill an opponent with a touch, but now she has a mission--find her former queen, Scarlet, who is threatening the Jade Mountain A...

True to your selfie —McCafferty, Megan, author.

Twelve-year-old Ella has not even started seventh grade yet, but she has already been drawn into the fire of social media, because for some unknown reason "popular" Morgan has designated her as a best friend and has ambi...

The girl who speaks bear —Anderson, Sophie, author.

Found abandoned in a bear cave as a baby, and cursed with unusual size and strength, twelve-year-old Yanka the bear has never felt she belonged in the small village where she grew up; the Snow Forest seems to call to her...

My hair is magic! —Marroquin, M. L., author.

"A girl loves her beautiful, natural afro-textured hair and celebrates it in creative and inventive ways kids of all stripes will love."--Amazon.

The dark secret —Sutherland, Tui, 1978- author.

When Starflight, one of the dragonets of destiny, is kidnapped by the NightWings he finds that the kingdom of his birth is a miserable place, full of terrible secrets -- and that, with his fellow dragonets too far away t...

Show me a sign —LeZotte, Ann Clare, author.

It is 1805 and Mary Lambert has always felt safe among the deaf community of Chilmark on Martha's Vineyard where practically everyone communicates in a shared sign language, but recent events have shattered her life; her...

Itty-bitty kitty-corn —Hale, Shannon, author.

Kitty, who looks like a kitten yet feels she is actually a unicorn, begins to doubt herself as others ridicule her, until she meets a unicorn that helps her discover and embrace who she is.

Darkstalker —Sutherland, Tui, 1978- author.

Long before the SandWing and the Dragonet Prophecy, Darkstalker, half NightWing and half IceWing, is hatched under the three moons--born into a divided heritage, he is destined to become the most powerful and dangerous d...

Thunder Boy Jr. —Alexie, Sherman, 1966- author.
Read-along Book
2021
Availability: 2 of 3

"Thunder Boy Jr. wants a normal name ... one that's all his own. Dad is known as Big Thunder, but Little Thunder doesn't want to share a name"--Provided by publisher.

Our skin : a first conversation about race —Madison, Megan, author.

"Based on the research that race, gender, consent, and body positivity should be discussed with toddlers on up, this read-aloud board book series offers adults the opportunity to begin important conversations with young ...

I like myself! —Beaumont, Karen.

In rhyming text, a little girl expresses confidence and joy in her uniqueness, no matter her outward appearance.

This is our rainbow : 16 stories of her, him, them, and us

Featuring contributions from Eric Bell, Katherine Locke and A.J. Sass, this first LGBTQA+ anthology for middle-grade readers presents stories of queer fantasy, historical and contemporary stories for every letter of the ...

I am not an elephant —Newson, Karl, author.

This laugh-out-loud story is about a bold and imaginative Mouse who is accused of being an elephant by a gecko. Despite having a pointy nose and flappy ears, Mouse is definitely not an elephant--but could Mouse be an owl...

Why am I me? —Britt, Paige, author.

In a poetic, philosophical exchange, two children of different races ask themselves why they are who and what they are, and speculate on how they could be different.

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