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ABC - Early Readers

EARLY READERS

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An Elephant & Piggie Biggie Volume 2! (An Elephant and Piggie Book)

An Elephant & Piggie Biggie Volume 2! (An Elephant and Piggie Book)
By
Mo Willems
$16.99
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Juana and Lucas: Big Problemas

Juana and Lucas: Big Problemas
By
Juana Medina, Juana Medina
$14.99
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The Best Seat in Kindergarten (My First I Can Read)

The Best Seat in Kindergarten (My First I Can Read)
By
Katharine Kenah, Abby Carter
$16.99
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My Pet Slime (My Pet Slime Book 1)

My Pet Slime (My Pet Slime Book 1)
By
Courtney Sheinmel, Renée Kurilla
$12.99
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Problem at the Playground (Undersea Mystery Club Book 1)

Problem at the Playground (Undersea Mystery Club Book 1)
By
Courtney Carbone, Melanie Demmer
$6.99
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The Princess in Black: Three Monster-Battling Adventures

The Princess in Black: Three Monster-Battling Adventures
By
Shannon Hale, Dean Hale, LeUyen Pham
$20.97
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Putuguq & Kublu and the Qalupalik (English)

Putuguq & Kublu and the Qalupalik (English)
By
Roselynn Akulukjuk, Danny Christopher, Astrid Arijanto
$6.95
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The Secret of Shadow Lake (Creature Campers Book 1)

The Secret of Shadow Lake (Creature Campers Book 1)
By
Joe McGee, Bea Tormo
$6.99
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Boredom Busters for Kids!

Share Your Smile: Raina's Guide to Telling Your Own Story Cover Image
Escape This Book! Tombs of Egypt Cover Image
60-Second Puzzles (Highlights Fun to Go) Cover Image
101 Kids Activities that are the Ooey, Gooey-est Ever!: Nonstop Fun with DIY Slimes, Doughs and Moldables Cover Image
USA Word Search Puzzles Cover Image
Scratch & Sketch Enchanted Forest Cover Image

Staff Picks

Could there be a better young adult historical fiction storyteller than Stacey Lee? The Downstairs Girl rings with honesty about the plight of Jo Kwan, living in Atlanta in 1890 in an abandoned basement below an unsuspecting family that runs one of the town's newspapers. Jo becomes the unseen advice columnist "Dear Miss Sweetie" as she uses her considerable wit to answer letters - all the while working as a maid to a privileged and cruel teen. Romance, racial inequities and family squabbles all result in Lee's outstanding development into a glimpse of Atlanta's storied genteelness. This is a sure winner! - Maureen