Snapshot of the Day

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A quick snapshot of some books returned by my students (mostly in 4, 5, and 6 grade) on a random spring morning.  It makes me happy to see that classics, new titles, and a variety of genres live harmoniously side by side, waiting to be checked out again and  enjoyed by young readers.

The titles from left to right:

11 Birthdays (Wendy Mass)
Fever, 1793 (Laurie Halse Anderson)
Letters from Rifka (Karen Hesse)
Cardboard (Doug TenNapel)
Ten (Lauren Myracle)
Moribito (Nahoko Uehashi, translated by Cathy Hirano)
Five, Six, Seven, Nate (Tim Federle)
The Mother Daughter Book Club (Heather Vogel Frederick)
Trial by Jury (Kate Kliss)
Splendors & Glooms (Laura Amy Schlitz)
Ranger’s Apprentice: The Burning Bridge (John Flanagan)
Earth Afire (Orson Scott Card)
Habibi (Naomi Shihab Nye)
Magyk (Septimus Heap) (Angie Sage)
Million Dollar Throw (Dan Gutman)
Chains (Laurie Halse Anderson)
Quarterback Walk-On
Kiki Strike: Inside the Shadow City
Vango (Timothée de Fombelle, translated by Sarah Ardizzone)
Ranger’s Apprentice: The Royal Ranger (John Flanagan)
Mary Poppins (P.L. Travers)
The Golden Compass (Philip Pullman)
Every Soul a Star (Wendy Mass)
Gregor the Overlander (Suzanne Collins)
The True Meaning of Smekday (Adam Rex)
The Scary States of America (Michael Teitelbaum)
Mad Dogs (Cherub) (Robert Muchamore)

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