SADIE AND RATZ by Sonya Hartnett, illustrated by Ann James. Hartnett brings her considerable talents to this slim but powerful book. Hannah has named her hands Sadie and Ratz and they are not always well behaved, especially where her little brother, Baby Boy, is concerned. Hartnett skillfully presents her story from the perspective of a child learning to control her impulses and her younger brother who learns from her.
My Family Adventure (Sofia Martinez). AR Book Level: ??? Lexile Level: 310.Little Sofia Martinez has a big personality and big plans, which makes every day memorable. Between her sisters and cousins, her family is the focus of her many adventures. From taking school pictures to doing chores, this 7-year-old knows how to make every moment count. Sofia loves her family and loves her life. What could be better?
Third Grade Mix-Up (Sidney & Sydney Book One) by Michele Jakubowski. When Sidney Fletcher moves to Oak Grove, things get a little strange for Sydney Greene. Not only does Sydney share a name with a boy, but he's in her third-grade class! First-day-of-school drama has them at odds, but Sidney and Sydney soon find out that they share more than just their names. Can boys and girls actually be friends?!
Seagulls Don't Eat Pickles: Fish Finelli, Book 1 - Book Review
"Originally published as Emma und der Blaue Dschinn by Cecilie Dressler Verlag GmbH & Co. KG, Hamburg, Germany, in 2002" Eight--year-old Emma and her little dog Tristan take a magic carpet ride to the distant land of Barakash to help a genie recover his stolen magical nose ring.