The Trumpeter of Krakow, a Historical Adventure of Medieval Poland for Middle-Grade Readers
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The Newberry Medal winning middle-grade adventure novel The Trumpeter of Krakow by Eric P.Kelly was published in 1928. This adventure...
Finnian and the Seven Mountains: Catholic Comics at Their Best
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The Boy Who Knew: A Short Novel For Teens About Blessed Carlo Acutis
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I like to investigate books popular among kids at our public library. When I took home I Survived Hurricane Katrina, one of the volumes...
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Erich Kaestner, Germany's Most Beloved Children's Author
Erich Kaestner wrote wonderfully funny and witty, heartwarming stories about kids who find themselves confronted with adult sized...
In the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark
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