Close

Login

Close

Register

Close

Lost Password

Lacey
My favorite books are ones that change me and my perceptions of the world in a significant way. My favorite genre is probably historical fiction with biographies as a close second.
Temple Grandin wrote this book to curious children with a desire to become inventors. This book covers areas of flight, optical illusions, things made of wood, things made of paper, pulleys and levers…
This book is the perfect book to introduce the world of ciphers and cryptography. It is written in easy to understand, yet engaging text. It takes the reader through history noting examples of code ma…
The Afterwards is an interpretation of what happens after death. It is an eerie, spooky, ghost-like story. There are colored illustrations throughout the book by Emily Gravett, a well-known pictu…
This is a book for young activist artists who want to make a difference in the world through art (in all its’ forms), discussion, and expression. Matthew “Levee” Chavez, an artist himself, uses an upb…
Amal Unbound undertakes the challenge to bring to light the injustice of the world, specifically that of gender inequality, social status, and education in a Pakistani village. Through the eyes o…
Written in the format of a scrapbook, Master Wu passes on his knowledge and experience of the Spinjitzu art to his successors. This book is a "How to" book giving illustrations of the techniques, hist…
This book covers 372 facts about technology from as far back as the Stone Age to present day. While that may seem daunting, the authors cover it in fun, creative ways. It is an easy, quick read. Each …
From the description of the book you think you are reading about a girl who is into science and finds a pet black hole. However, the description doesn’t do this book justice. This book is about a youn…
Ann Dee Ellis is an established YA author; however, she hit her debut middle grade novel out of the park! Ellis writes in a way that takes you back to when you were that age as her characters think an…
A mysterious case draws three siblings together to investigate, all while on a military base in Virginia. This book was thoughtfully written in the third person, while still being so relatable it feel…
India Opal is new to Florida and happens upon a dog that becomes her own. This Newbery Honor Book follows her as she discovers her new city and the people who live there.  The reading pace i…
Have you ever wondered whatever happened to that misplaced watch? Or where do lost buttons end up? The Borrowers hold the answers to those questions. The borrowers are tiny people who live w…