What Should I Read?
When Coach Coop, a former star player for the Dallas Cowboys, starts exhibiting side effects from the many concussions he suffered while playing professionally, twelve-year-old wide receiver Clay Hollis becomes determined to help him get through the football season until Thanksgiving, when Coach plans to attend a ceremony honoring him and his former Super Bowl-winning teammates.Resource Link
The Case of the Missing Action Figure & Other Mysteries
Marty Frye is not your ordinary sleuth... he's a poet detective! (He makes up rhymes as he solves the crimes.) When his friend Emma's diary goes missing, Marty's on the case. When Mr. Lipsky's action figures are nowhere to be found, Marty tracks them down. Will there ever be a case too difficult for Marty to solve? Or a word too impossible to rhyme?Resource Link
White Water!: True Stories of Extreme Adventures!
National Geographic Kids Chapters presents these exciting true stories of brave explorers working to make the world a better place. From the wild Okavango River in southwest Africa to the Chitina headwaters in Alaska, these three teams face everything from hippo attacks to massive waterfalls!Resource Link
When Buck's little sister vanishes into a bottomless Dumpster, Buck and his best friend Lizzie embark on a rescue mission and discover that the world of gnomes and trolls might really exist! As a superfan of the book series The Triumphant Gnome Syndicate, Buck believes himself to be an expert on all things gnome-related, but he realizes that things are not what they seem.Resource Link
Painting in the Dark: Esref Armagan, Blind Artist
Born blind to a poor family in Turkey, Esref Armagan never went to school but still managed to learn about color, shadows, and perspective. This true story of a blind artist, written by East Brunswick author Rachelle Burk, is an inspiration to young artists of all abilities.Resource Link