Children’s Books by Subject

 TitleAuthor’s Last NameAuthor’s First NameCall Number Line1Call Number Line2Call Number Line3Summary
Children’s Reference
Encyclopedia of Questions and Answers: Earth and Space Science030REF
Encyclopedia of Questions and Answers: Animals and Plant, Human Body030REF
Encyclopedia of Questions and Answers: Peoples and Countries, History030REF
Children’s NonFiction
Clarke’s commentaryClarkeAdam220.1ADAVol. IIVolume I: The Old Testament: Genesis to Esther; Volume II: The Old Testament: Job to Malachi; Volume III: Matthew to Revelation
The HarperCollins Bible dictionaryAchtemeierPaul J., Ed.220.3ACHMore than 3700 lively, informative, and easy-to-use entries.
Halley’s Bible handbook: An abbreviated Bible commentaryHalleyHenry H.220.6HAL
Clarke’s commentaryClarkeAdam220.7ADAVol. I
Clarke’s commentaryClarkeAdam220.7CLAVol. IIIVolume I: The Old Testament: Genesis to Esther; Volume II: The Old Testament: Job to Malachi; Volume III: Matthew to Revelation
The interpreter’s one-volume commentary on the Bible: Introduction and commentary for each book of the Bible including the Apocrypha with general articlesLaymonCharles M., Ed.220.7LAY
Standard Bible story readers: Book oneFarisLillie A. (Lillie Anne), 1868-1945.220.9FAR
The New Testament in four versions: King James, Revised Standard, Phillips Modern English, and New English Bible225.5NEW
The illustrated gospels according to St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke & St. John226ILL
If I could ask God anything : awesome Bible answers for curious kidsSlatteryKathryn.230SLA
Praise and worship: A devotional for little onesAbrahamAngela242.62ABR
God was here & I was out to lunchMooreJames W. (James Wendell), 1938-248.4Moo
Big thoughts for little people : abc’s to help you growTaylorKenneth Nathaniel.248.82TAY
One world, many religions : the ways we worshipOsborneMary Pope.291OSBAn illustrated introduction to comparative religion, discussing Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism.
The dog who walked with GodRosenMichael J., 1954-398.2ROSA Kato creation story in which our familiar world emerges from an empty, dark, and watery place so lonely that even the Creator needed a companion before setting foot there.
The gospel of the beloved discipleCarseJames P.813.54Car
Visual Factfinder910Charts, diagrams, illustrations, maps, and text present facts and figures about the countries and peoples of today’s world.
It’s the truth, ChristopherMcKissackPatricia C.E111.8MCKChristopher is a young boy whose impulsive nature sometimes gets him into predicaments. His good intentions don’t help when he finds out he’s hurt the feelings of his best friend, Jennifer. Finally, he learns the full meaning of telling the truth.
Old Turtle and the broken truthWoodDouglasE111.8WOOEarth is full of suffering and war until one little girl seeks Old Turtle, who tells her about a “broken truth” and how mending it will help her community to understand the common bond of all humanity.
When good-bye is foreverRockLoisE128.5ROC
Love is a special way of feelingAnglundJoan WalshE152.4ANG
Today I feel silly & other moods that make my dayCurtisJamie LeeE152.4CURSilly, cranky, excited, or sad–everyone has moods that can change each day. Told in verse.
JoyMoncureJane BelkE152.4MONPresents the positive emotion of joy as a way to respond to God’s great gifts to us.
Love you foreverMunschRobertE152.4MUN
So many kinds of love: Cherishing and sharing all the love in lifeWalleyDeanE152.4WAL
Love can build a bridgeJuddNaomiE152.41JUDIllustrations and the words to a popular song show how children from around the world join together to share the power of love.
DarknessWalterMildred PittsE152.46WALA celebration of the many wonderful things that flourish in darkness. Calms fear of darkness.
The me I seeHazenBarbara ShookE155.2HAZRymed text and photographs enumerate the physical features that  make a person unique.
Jim Henson’s muppet storiesCoenPatricia, Ed.E177.6COEFriends come in all shapes and sizes. They don’t have to look the same or act the same . . . or even be the same.
Kids’ random acts of kindnessE177.7KID
The creation: The story of how God created the worldCassidySheilaE213CASAn original retailing of the Creation story, with God represented as both male (farmer) and female (old lady knitting) but always as a loving and yet frustrated worker.
Great beginnings: The story of God’s creationForemanJuliE213FOR
In the beginningJeffsStephanieE213JEF
In the beginningJonesSally LloydE213LLO
When the world was newSattgastL. J.E213SATFront Blurb: Draws children into the familiar creation story through a fresh, “You are there” approach.
The very first story ever toldWeilLislE213WEIRetells the stories of the creation of the world and fall of Adam and Eve
The first step BibleThomasMackE220THO
On Noah’s arkBrettJanE220.9BRE
Parable of the leavenCaswellHelenE220.9CAS
Parable of the Good SamaritanCaswellHelenE220.9CASRetells Jesus’ parable about the good Samaritan.
Parable of the lost sheepCaswellHelenE220.9CASRetells Jesus’s parable comparing God to a shepherd who loves everyone of us and is happy when a wanderer comes back to him.
Daniel and his friendsCaswellHelenE220.9CASRetells two Bible stories: one in which Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego survive a fiery furnace and one in which Daniel is cast into a lion’s den.
Noah’s arkCousinsLucyE220.9COU
The story of JonahDavidsonAlice JoyceE220.9DAV
Moses: Baby in the bulrushesFriesTess (Adapted by)E220.9FRI
Does God have a big toe? : Stories about stories in the BibleGellmanMarcE220.9GELA collection of humorous stories derived from Bible stories in the Old Testament.
Baby MosesHaywardLindaE220.9HAYA simple retelling of the Old Testament story in which the baby Moses is floated down the river and ends up in the Pharaoh’s household.
The walls came tumbling downHillDaveE220.9HILJoshua 1-6
Joseph the DreamerHunterElroseE220.9HUN
A friend for ZacchaeusHunterElroseE220.9HUN
The good neighborHunterElroseE220.9HUN
LIttle lamb, where did you go?LingoSusan L.E220.9LINThis version of Jesus’s parable expressing God’s concern for those who stray from Him is presented in “fold-out” form with rhyming text.
Jesus, what’s for lunch?LingoSusan L.E220.9LINThis account of the miraculous occasion when Jesus fed a huge crowd with five loaves of bread and two fishes features a seven-foot foldout and is told in rhyme.
David’s adventure with the giantMillsPeterE220.9MIL
My first book of Bible storiesE220.9MYFSix stories: Garden of Eden, Noah’s Ark, Story of Joseph, Moses Frees the Israelites, David the Sheperd Boy King, Daniel in the Lions’ Den.
Pray & play Bible for young children.E220.9PRAContains fourteen Bible stories, plus creative prayers, playtime activities, and songs to accompany each story.
Two by twoReidBarbaraE220.9REI
Sammy’s incredible travels with Jesus & his friends: A New Testament adventureE220.9SAM
The all-time awesome Bible searchSilverthorneSandyE220.9SILSearch and find Bible story book: objects are designated in the text and then concealed in the illustrations.
God is with us: Beginning Bible storiesSimonMary ManzE220.9SIMFour stories: Birth of Moses, Fall of Jericho, David and Goliath, Jonah and the Fish
God made the world: Beginning Bible storiesSimonMary ManzE220.9SIMThree stories: Creation, Noah’s ark, The Tower of Babel
Two by twoE220.9WINA retelling of the Old Testament story about the survival of Noah, his family, and animals during forty days and nights of rain.
The early reader’s BibleBeersV. Gilbert (Victor Gilbert), 1928-E220.95BEE
The beginners Bible for toddlersE220.95BEG
The Baby Bible storybookCurrieRobin, 1948-E220.95CUR
Children of God storybook BibleTutuDesmond.E220.95TUT
Bible friends: Who says that?Lloyd-JonesSallyE221LLOChildren will have fun finding the surprises hidden throughout this whimsical Lift-the-Flap book as they meet some Bible friends and learn about how God loves and cares for us.
Joseph’s coat of many colorsSmithKathrynE222.11SMIRetells the Bible story in which Joseph’s jealous brothers sell him into slavery in Egypt, where due to his ability to interpret dreams, he is made governor of the country.
On morning wings: Adapted from Psalm 139LindberghReeveE223.2LINIn this gentle adaptation of Psalm 139, the bright morning light greets four children as they step into a day of joyful activity: climbing a tree, swimming, and toasting marshmallows, creating a prayer of abiding love and hope. Full color.
To everythingBarnerBobE223.8BARPresents an illustrated version of the verse in Ecclesiastes which states that there is a time for everything, including a time to be born and a time to die.
God is like a mother hen and much, much moreBohlerCarolyn StahlE231BOHWe name God with metaphors, but God is not exactly like any of these metaphors. God is much, much more than any one.
God’s world makes me feel so littleCaswellHelenE231CASThe words and pictures can help children see that God knows all about them and loves them.
God is goodE231GOD
God made meE231GODYou are amazing and God made every bit of you! Use your fingers, nose, hands, ears and eyes to discover a special person whom God loves.
God and meHeideFlorence ParryE231HEIThere are many things we cannot see but know they are there and so it is with God’s presence.
Who taught frogs to hop? : A child’s book about GodIngramRobert D.E231INGPlayfully teaches children about God and the good things God has created.
Who taught frogs to hop? : A child’s book about GodIngramRobert D.E231INGPlayfully teaches children about God and the good things God has created.
I wanted to know all about GodKrollVirginia L.E231KROInvites children to experience God more fully in their daily lives. Relates, in simple yet elegant language, the kinds of questions children ask about God–and what they discover about Him.
God made meMackallDandi DaleyE231MACOnly 30 different words and pictures show the diversity of God’s love.
God’s paintbrushSassoSandy EisenbergE231SASDiscusses God’s place in the universe and how God touches our world.
Hello, stars! : A sleepytime tale of God’s loving presenceWalshSheilaE231WAL
I learn about JesusEnglandBethE232ENG
JesusGoddardCarrie LouE232GODSeven stories demonstrate the ways Jesus reflected His Father’s love for everyone.
My Jesus storybookGoddardCarrie LouE232GODSeven stories show the many wonderful ways Jesus reflects God’s love for everyone, through the life he lived and the stories he told.
Jesus loves meMackallDandi DaleyE232MACOnly 42 different words are used in telling that Jesus loves her in all activities.
The story of JesusReevesEiraE232REE
When Jesus was a boyScheckJoannE232SCHA Bible popOrama book
Jesus, the WordBozzuti-JonesMark FranciscoE232.2BOZ
Where is Jesus?PipeRhona.E232.901PIPScenes from the life of Jesus feature rhyming text and illustrations containing concealed items.
Jesus and the 12 dudes who didMacDonaldMindy.E232.95MAC
What is faith?MuellerVirginiaE234.2MUE
Someday HeavenLibbyLarryE236.24LIBThoughtful, comforting answers to difficult questions children wonder about Heaven.
The peace bookParrToddE241PARDescribes peace as making new friends, sharing a meal, feeling good about yourself, and more.
Somewhere today: A book of peaceThomasShelley MooreE241THOGives examples of ways in which people bring about peace by doing things to help and care for one another and their world.
The Ten CommandmentsRockLoisE241.52ROC
A child’s book of prayersE242CHIA collection of short prayers and devotions, including both traditional or anonymous pieces and works by such authors as Christina Rossetti and Robert Browning.
Bless my little friends!DeckerMarjorie AinsboroughE242DEC
Father, we thank youEmersonRalph WaldoE242EME
Anytime prayersL’EngleMadeleineE242LENCollection of prayers for children with black and white photographs. Topics include: bedtime, thanksgiving, grief, and forgiveness.
Do you see me, God? : Prayers for young childrenMurphyElspeth CampbellE242MURA collection of prayer-poems to God, with related Bible verses, under such titles as, “Watch me, God! Watch me!” and “Bad Mood.”
What can I say to you, God? : Verses from the Psalms on prayerMurphyElspeth CampbellE242MUR
The Lord’s prayer: The prayer that Jesus taught two thousand years agoRockLoisE242ROCAfter a short introduction, the Lord’s prayer is presented, along with an explanation of each phrase.
The Lord’s Prayer for childrenRockLoisE242ROCThis book helps young children discover what each phrase means and how to use the entire prayer as a starting place from which to create their own prayers. Full color.
Poems and prayers for the very youngAlexanderMartha, Ed.E242.2ALEShort prayers, many of which are religious in nature.
Can I pray with my eyes open?BrownSusan TaylorE242.2BROIn rhyming text, a child wonders how and when and where is the perfect way to say a prayer and realizes that there is no wrong time or place for prayer.
Prayers for little peopleFletcherSarahE242.2FLE
Little folded hands: Prayers for childrenJahsmannAllanE242.2JAH
Am I praying?TaylorJeannieE242.2TAYAll day long, especially when he gets lost on a school field trip to the zoo, a young boy thinks about different ways to talk to God in prayer.
A prayer a day : 365 charming prayers to guide you through the yearDoneyMerylE242.62DON
God loves his precious childrenGeorgeJimE242.62GEO
Five-minute devotions for children : celebrating God’s world as a familyKennedyPamela, 1946-E242.62KEN
Giving thanks: A Native American good morning messageSwampChief JakeE242.724SWAThe words are based on the Thanksgiving Address, an ancient message of peace and appreciation of Mother Earth and all her inhabitants.
Prayers for children.E248.62PRA
I can make God glad!EricksonMary E.E248.82ERI
God’s love is sharingCaswellHelenE261CAS
The first Christmas: La Primera NavidadAugustinePegE263.91AUGSpanish and English texts are on facing pages.
The give-away: A Christmas storyBuckleyRayE263.91BUCIt is an important theological concept for the Lakota that the birth of Jesus took place in a stable, to signify not just a lowly birth but also in the presence of the Four-Leggeds and Those Who Fly.
A Christmas treasuryBucherElaine M., Ed.E263.91BUCSongs, stories and poems about Christmas.
The Christmas story with exciting felt characters to act out the wonderful storyE263.91CHRA felt play storybook. This book provides a unique interactive journey through the first Christmas that children can enjoy again and again. The collection of felt figures can be used to mix and match and illustrate the wonderful story as it unfolds.
Jesus, God’s gift of loveCrockerElizabethE263.91CRO
When Jesus was bornDottsMaryann J.E263.91DOT
Wombat divineFoxMemE263.91FOXWombat auditions for the Nativity play, but has trouble finding the right part.
Why a donkey was chosenGregorowskiChristopherE263.91GREAll other beasts of burden were chosen to carry important people. Then, the donkey is chosen to carry Mary to Bethlehem, because he is not too proud.
Baby Jesus: Prince of peaceGreeneCarolE263.91GRELuke 2:1-16
Sleepy JesusKiddPennieE263.91KIDThe story of the birth of Jesus.
Piper’s night before ChristmasLowryMarkE263.91LOWOn Christmas Eve Piper, the hyper mouse, discovers that it is better to give than to receive.
The crippled lambLucadoMaxE263.91LUCBecause Joshua the lamb is crippled, he is left in a stable as shepherds and sheep head out on a journey. His sorrow transforms to joy, however, as he realizes that–because of his difference–he is witness to a great moment.
The crippled lambLucadoMaxE263.91LUCBecause Joshua the lamb is crippled, he is left in a stable as shepherds and sheep head out on a journey. His sorrow transforms to joy, however, as he realizes that–because of his difference–he is witness to a great moment.
The Christmas story with Ruth J. Morehead’s Holly BabesMoreheadRuth J.E263.91MORA simple retelling of the Christmas story according to the Gospels of St. Matthew and St. Luke, set up as a Christmas pageant with Ruth J. Morehead’s Holly Babes acting the parts.
Tree of cranesSayAllenE263.91SAYA young Japanese boy celebrates his first Christmas with a tree filled with origami cranes.
Tree of cranesSayAllenE263.91SAYA young Japanese boy celebrates his first Christmas with a tree filled with origami cranes.
Jesus is bornSticklerLeeDellE263.91STIBased on Matthew 1:18 – 2:12 and Luke 1:26 – 38, 2:1 – 38. Through simple, familiar words and pictures, children meet the Baby through the eyes of shepherds, Simeon, Anna, and the Wise Men
B is for Bethlehem: A Christmas alphabetWilnerIsabelE263.91WILRhyming verses introduce the letters of the alphabet and the events surrounding the birth of Jesus.
Three Christmas journeysWilloughbyRoE263.91WIL
A child’s story of EasterOurslerFultonE263.93OURBegins on Palm Sunday and ends with the Ascension. The author reminds the reader the story is not finished yet.
One morning in Joseph’s garden: An Easter storyYoungerBarbaraE263.93YOUOne sentence per page tells about Easter morning in the garden, Mary finding the tomb empty and Jesus appearing. A list of the meanings of the natural symbols used in the story is given at the back of the book.
Water, come down! : The day you were baptizedWangerinWalter.E265.1WANSun, cloud, rain, wind, water, and the whole of creation join family and friends in celebrating the baptism of a child of God.
Special people at churchlinamGailE268LIN
Benjamin Brody’s backyard bagWezemanPhyllis VosE362.5WEZ
Maybe days: A book for children in foster careWilgockiJenniferE362.73WILIntroduces the people and procedures involved  in foster care and the feelings, reactions, and concerns of new foster children.
Old TurtleWoodDouglasE363.7WOOPromotes a deeper understanding of the earth and our relationship with all the beings who inhabit it.
Faith the cowHooverSusan BameE363.8HOO
Listen to the wind : The story of Dr. Greg and three cups of teaMortensonGreg.E371MOR
Disney’s Winnie the Pooh’s A to ZzzzFergusonDonE411FERIn verse, this book goes through the alphabet with Winnie the Pooh characters.
My first look at timeYorkeJane, Ed.E529.7YORIntroduces the concept of time through photographs of breakfast time, time to go shopping, bathtime, bedtime, and other times.
A color of his ownLionniLeoE535.6LIOA little chameleon is distressed that he doesn’t have his own color like other animals.
Hope for the flowersPaulusTrinaE595.789PAU
Puppies need someone to loveHindsP. MignonE636.7HINHow to take care of puppies and love them.
I sing a song of the saints of GodScottLesbiaE782.27SCOA page of music is included for this hymn praising the saints who have gone before us and those we meet in our daily lives. Also includes brief biographies of six saints.
Good books, good times!HopkinsLee BennettE808.81HOP
The Christian Mother Goose book of nursery rhymesDeckerMarjorie Ainsborough.E811.54DECA collection of traditional nursery rhymes rewritten to emphasize Christian principles.
Hurt no living thingPinderhughesJohnE811.54PINLove, wonder, and play are the very essence of childhood. Classic, beloved poems, brightly illustrated with contemporary scenes in full-color photography, capture that essence for today’s children in both word and image.
Waltzing matildaPatersonA. B.E820.2PATThe terms of the poem are explained in the glossary.
Children’s Fiction
Mr. Willowby’s Christmas treeBarryRobert E.EBARWhen Mr. Willowby’s Christmas tree is so tall that he has to cut the top off, he unwittingly provides trees for various people and animals.
Good night, GodBeaHolly, 1956-EBEAA child says good night to the house, moon, mouse, teddy bear, Mommy and Daddy, and God.
God gave us loveBergrenLisa Tawn.EBERGrampa Bear tells Little Cub all about God’s love and why she should be patient, gentle, kind, and loving to family members and others, even when she does not like them very much.
How big is God?BergrenLisa Tawn.EBERWith help from his mother, a little boy tries to understand the immensity of God.
Goodnight moonBrownMargaret Wise, 1910-1952.EBROA little bunny bids goodnight to all the objects in his room before falling asleep.
Christmas in the barnBrownMargaret Wise, 1910-1952.EBROLyrical text relates the birth of a child in a barn among the animals, with illustrations which depict the barn and people of a present-day farm.
A bug collection : four stories from the garden.EBUGA collection of stories in which Hermie, Flo, Webster, and Buzby learn valuable lessons from God, including that they are special and brave.
Our FatherBusSabrina.EBUS
A star so bright : a Christmas taleButlerM. Christina.EBUTAnimals of all kinds are filled with wonder when a very special star shines one night and lights up the stable where a baby has been born.
Love your neighborCarlsonMelody.ECARA boy imagines all sorts of creatures he’d rather be friends with than the “pain” next door, but his grandmother tells him about the Golden Rule and he decides it’s worth a try.
What does the sky say?CarlstromNancy White.ECAR
The name jarChoiYangsook.ECHOAfter Unhei moves from Korea to the United States, her new classmates help her decide what her name should be.
The golden ruleCooperIlene.ECOOGrandpa explains that the golden rule is a simple statement on how to live that can be practiced by people of all ages and faiths, then helps his grandson figure out how to apply the rule to his own life.
This is the stableCottenCynthia.ECOTRecalls, in rhyming text and illustrations, the Nativity story, from the brown and dusty stable to the star shining brightly above.
Noah’s arkCousinsLucy.ECOUA simple retelling of the Bible story in which Noah builds an ark and saves two of each kind of animal from the great Flood.
The Christmas tree shipCraneCarol, 1933-ECRA
The crayon box that talkedDeRolfShane.EDERAlthough they are many different colors, the crayons in a box discover that when they get together they can appreciate each other and make a complete picture.
This little prayer of mineDeStefanoAnthony.EDES
Little StarDeStefanoAnthony.EDESIn this story that explains why a star is placed on the top of a Christmas tree, a little star ignored by the other stars for being so small shines down on a stable, warming and lighting it for baby Jesus.
All things bright and beautifulAlexanderCecil FrancesEFICALE
God believes in youBeaHolly, 1956-EFICBEAWhen Holly’s bull mastiff, Buddy, is afraid, embarrassed, or worried, he feels better when he remembers God is watching over him.
God gave us youBergrenLisa TawnEFICBERMama polar bear tells Little Cub that her birth was a gift from God.
You are specialBerryMichaelEFICBERGod made you special.
Pinky promise: A book about telling the truthBraverVanitaEFICBRAWhen five-year-old Madison drops her mother’s expensive camera on the floor, she is afraid to tell the truth about what happened, but she soon discovers that lying only makes her feel worse.
The Wednesday surpriseBuntingEveEFICBUNOn Wednesday nights when Grandma stays with Anna everyone thinks she is teaching Anna to read.
The fall of Freddie the leaf: A story of life for all agesBuscagliaLeo F.EFICBUSAs Freddie experiences the changing seasons along with his companion leaves, he learns about the delicate balance between life and death.
How about a hug?CarlsonNancyEFICCARQuestions and answers show the reader that different kinds of hugs cn be the answer for many situations.
Does God know how to tie shoes?CarlstromNancy WhiteEFICCARAs a young girl walks with her parents through the countryside, her questions elicit responses that help her to know God better.
Before you were bornCarlstromNancy White.EFICCARA poetic recounting of how the birth of a child changes the lives of the parents.
Tiny triumphs: Double ughde GraafAnneEFICDEGHow and why NOT to use swear words. Use “Ow” or “Double ugh.”
Tiny triumphs: Boss of the table mannersde GraafAnneEFICDEGA way to promote good table manners.
Tiny triumphs: The new earsde GraafAnneEFICDEGJulia and Daniel learn to listen better.
Tiny triumphs: The wolf who wasn’tde GraafAnneEFICDEGAfraid a wolf is under her bed, Julia overcomes her fear of the dark.
Tiny triumphs: Please wonderful Mommyde GraafAnneEFICDEGJulia and Daniel learn to say, “Please and thankyou.”
Tiny triumphs: Does God see the wind?de GraafAnneEFICDEGLearning God is real.
Thank you, God, for everythingGoldAugustEFICGOLAs Daisy watches her parents thanking God everyday, she begins to look at everything around her and realizes she is also thankful for many things.
First pink lightGreenfieldEloiseEFICGREA little Black boy determines to stay up all night so he can welcome his father home in the morning.
HeartprintsHallinanP. K.EFICHALIllustration and rhyming text show how we can brighten the world with acts of kindnes and caring
Love is . . .HalperinWendy AndersonEFICHAL
I’m glad I’m your grandmaHorlacherBillEFICHOR
Grandmother’s nursery rhymes: Lullabies, tongue twisters, and riddles from South America = Las Nanas de abuelita: canciones de cuna, trabalenguas y adivinanzas de SuramâericaJaramilloNelly Palacio, Comp.EFICJARA collection of traditional South American nursery rhymes in both Spanish and English.
Is there a horse in your house?KesslerEthelEFICKESGoes through items in the house, including a horse!
Welcoming babiesKnightMargy BurnsEFICKNIWith a simple message, this book shows how people around the world lovingly care for, cherish, and welcome babies into their families.
Piper steals the show!LowryMarkEFICLOW
Piper’s twisted taleLowryMarkEFICLOW
Just in case you ever wonderLucadoMaxEFICLUCA parent tells a child how special she is, both to the parent and to God.
Just in case you ever wonderLucadoMaxEFICLUCA parent tells a child how special she is, both to the parent and to God.
Just in case you ever wonderLucadoMaxEFICLUCA parent tells a child how special she is, both to the parent and to God.
The boy and the oceanLucadoMax.EFICLUC“A boy learns about God’s great, never-ending love from looking at the ocean, mountains, and sky”–
Just in case you ever wonderLucadoMaxEFICLUCA parent tells a child how special she is, both to the parent and to God.
Best of allLucadoMaxEFICLUC
I see a starMarzolloJeanEFICMAR
What does love look like?OkeJanetteEFICOKEAn insightful look at the many facets of love; a touching story the whole family will want to share.
The easy-to-read little engine that couldPiperWattyEFICPIP
Who’s thereReasonerCharlesEFICREAChildren guess which animal is hiding. Then they slide open the page and the animal appears.
Curious George goes to the hospitalReyMargretEFICREY
My father’s handsRyderJoanneEFICRYDA child’s father digs in the garden, finding and presenting for inspection such wonders as a round gold beetle and a leaf-green mantis.
The impossible patriotism projectSkeersLinda.EFICSKECaleb has a hard time coming up with a way to symbolize patriotism for Presidents’ Day until he realizes that his dad, who is away from home in the military, is what patriotism is all about.
When I feel sadSpelmanCornelia MaudeEFICSPEA young guinea pig describes situations that make her sad.
When I feel scaredSpelmanCornelia MaudeEFICSPEA little bear describes situations that bring about fear, how it feels to be scared, and what can make things better.
When I feel jealousSpelmanCornelia MaudeEFICSPEA young bear describes situations that make her jealous, how it feels to be jealous, and how she can feel better.
I meant to tell youStevensonJamesEFICSTEThe author remembers special times that he and his daughter shared as she was growing up.
Baby saysSteptoeJohnEFICSTEThis is a perfect first book to share with a baby just learning to talk. Steptoe’s warm and loving portrayal of baby trying to get big brother’s attention is a celebration of the universality of childhood.
Stories and prayersEFICSTOBook with 2 audiocassettes; stories and poems narrated by Linda M. Randazzo and Bill Buchner.
Hug meStrenPattiEFICSTRMore than anything in the world, Elliot, the porcupine, wants a friend who will hug him.
Families of GodSwartzSusan SwansonEFICSWA
Twinkle, twinkle little starTaylorJaneEFICTAYA new interpretation of the classic nursery rhyme follows two small chidren as they embark on a journey to follow a twinkling star, which takes them from their back yard to a stable where a baby is born.
Round is a mooncake: A book of shapesThongRoseanne.EFICTHOAs a little girl discovers things round, square, and rectangular in her urban neighborhood, she is reminded of her Chinese American culture.
If Jesus came to my house.ThomasJoan Gale.EFICTHO
Owl babiesWaddellMartinEFICWADNever has the plight of young ones who miss their mother been so simply told or so beautifully rendered as in this tale of three baby owls who awaken one night to find their mother gone.
Hello, sun: A morningtime tale of God’s great careWalshSheilaEFICWALWhen God ignores her prayer for a sunny day on her birthday, five-year-old Emma is disappointed, but then she receives a wonderful surprise.
What a wonderful worldWeissGeorge DavidEFICWEIWhat simpler way could there be to express to children the beauty and the harmony in the world around them than through the lyrics of this song by George David Weiss and Bob Thiele, made famous by the great Louis Armstrong? And what better visual accompaniment than the bright colorful artwork by award-winning Ashley Bryan depicting children of many backgrounds (and Louis Armstrong himself) performing a puppet show that brings the lyrics to life. Here is a book of brightness, wonder, and hope to be shared by all. Distributed by Syndetic Solutions, Inc.
Do you know what mothers do?WhiteEmma JaneEFICWHIThis book is planned to help the Nursery II child begin to understand God’s plan for mothers to love and care for their babies. A young child is curious about the way a mother cares for a new baby.
The velveteen rabbit or how toys become real–1995WilliamsMargeryEFICWILBy the time the velveteen rabbit is dirty, worn out, and about to be burned, he has almost given up hope of ever finding the magic called Real.
The velveteen rabbit or how toys become real–1997WilliamsMargeryEFICWILBy the time the velveteen rabbit is dirty, worn out, and about to be burned, he has almost given up hope of ever finding the magic called Real.
“More more more” said the baby: 3 love storiesWilliamsVera B.EFICWILThree babies are caught up in the air and given loving attention by a father, grandmother, and mother.
Do you know what I’ll do?ZolotowCharlotteEFICZOLIn this celebration of a sister’s special love, a little girl delights her brother with a series of promises about all the wonderful things she’ll do to make him happy as they both grow up. Full-color illustrations.
Dear God, It’s Me AgainFitzgeraldAnnieEFIT
Unwrapping the Christmas crècheFlinnLisa, 1951-EFLIEach figure in the manger scene comes to life as we follow a child’s thoughts and actions when the Christmas crèche is unwrapped.
A Child is BornGranMary AliceEGRA
Beatrice and RaymondHartKimEHAR
I Love You Mommy and DaddyHarkerJillianEHAR
The little shepherd girl : a Christmas storyHenryJuliann.EHENWhile looking after her flock, a little shepherd girl sees the star and angels announcing the birth of Jesus and then meets the newborn baby in a manger.
The first EasterHeyerCarol, 1950-EHEYA simple retelling of the events leading up to the first Easter.
Humphrey’s first ChristmasHeyerCarol, 1950-EHEYA camel, grumbling about losing his favorite blanket then having to carry a heavy load, meets a special newborn baby who fills him with love, joy, and generosity.
The Parable of the LilyHiggsLiz Curtis.EHIGA farmer’s daughter receives a mysterious gift which she neglects and then discards, only to find out on Easter morning how special it is. Bible verses link the story to the life of Jesus.
The Parable of the LilyHiggsLiz Curtis.EHIGA farmer’s daughter receives a mysterious gift which she neglects and then discards, only to find out on Easter morning how special it is. Bible verses link the story to the life of Jesus.
The hello, goodbye windowJusterNorton, 1929-EJUSLooking through the kitchen window, a little girl and her doting grandparents watch stars, play games, and, most importantly, say hello and goodbye.
PurpliciousKannVictoria.EKANWhen her classmates make fun of her for still liking the color pink, a little girl feels all alone, but then a friend shows her the power of pink.
Because nothing looks like GodKushnerLawrence, 1943-EKUS
How does God make things happen?KushnerLawrence, 1943-EKUS
The Lord’s prayerLadwigTim.ELAD
God made it for you! : the story of creationLehmannCharles.ELEHA retelling of the story of creation, stressing that God made it all for us.
What is heaven like?LewisBeverly, 1949-ELEWWondering about heaven after the death of his grandfather, a boy questions his sister, a teacher, his parents, and other people, whose diverse answers help him begin to understand life after death and how to ensure that he will see his grandfather again one day.
What is God like?LewisBeverly, 1949-ELEWA boy and his younger sister, remembering what their father has told them and what they have read in the Bible, help each other to understand the attributes of God.
If Jesus walked beside meLordJill Roman.ELOR
If Jesus came to visit meLordJill Roman.ELOR
You are mineLucadoMaxELUCCopy 2Punchinello has an urge for others’ approval, a drive to be like the rest of the crowd, a need to show off all our “stuff.” And like Punchinello, there are many times we don’t count the cost until the cost becomes too great. Punchinello learns a hard but essential lesson: it’s not what you have that counts, but Whose you are.
You are specialLucadoMaxELUCCopy 2Punchinello’s opinion of himself changes after talking to his creator.
All you ever needLucadoMaxELUC“May you always drink from God’s fountain.”
You are mineLucadoMaxELUCPunchinello has an urge for others’ approval, a drive to be like the rest of the crowd, a need to show off all our “stuff.” And like Punchinello, there are many times we don’t count the cost until the cost becomes too great. Punchinello learns a hard but essential lesson: it’s not what you have that counts, but Whose you are.
If only I had a green noseLucadoMaxELUCPunchinello learns that it can be difficult, foolish, and even dangerous to try to keep up with the latest fads and that Eli, his maker, gave each Wemmick different characteristics on purpose.
With you all the wayLucadoMaxELUC
God loves me more than thatMackallDandi Daley.EMACSimple, rhyming text explores the extent of God’s love, which is more than the bumbles in a bumblebee and softer than a kitten’s sneeze.
The Not-So-Wise ManMacDonaldAlan, 1958-EMACAshtar, a very wise man, goes in search of a newborn king come from Heaven but is not wise enough to find him.
The very first ChristiansMaierPaul L.EMAIExamines the Nativity story as the origin of Christmas, viewing it in both scriptural and secular contexts.
Knots on a counting ropeMartinBill, 1916-2004.EMARAn Indian grandfather, relates at his grandson’s urging, the story of the boy’s name.
Guess how much I love youMcBratneySam.EMCBDuring a bedtime game, every time Little Nutbrown Hare demonstrates how much he loves his father, Big Nutbrown Hare gently shows him that the love is returned even more.
Have you filled a bucket today? : a guide to daily happinessMcCloudCarolyn.EMCC
The legend of the three treesMcCaffertyCatherine.EMCCAn olive tree, an oak tree, and a pine tree dream of great things, and their dreams are fulfilled when each fills an important role in the life of Jesus.
A wish to be a Christmas treeMonroeColleen.EMONFeeling sad because no one chooses it as a Christmas tree, a bedraggled forest pine discovers the importance of being appreciated all year long.
Baby rattlesnakeMoroneyLynn.EMORWillful Baby Rattlesnake throws tantrums to get his rattle before he’s ready, but he misuses it and learns a lesson. Written in English and Spanish.
He’s got the whole world in his handsNelsonKadir.ENELAn illustrated version of the well-known song that began as a spiritual and is now sung in churches, camps, schools, and has been recorded by opera singers, country artists, and children’s performers.
What mommies do bestNumeroffLaura Joffe.ENUMMothers and fathers participating in everyday activities show their love for their children in very similar ways.
The best mouse cookieNumeroffLaura Joffe.ENUM
The Always Prayer ShawlObermanSheldon.EOBEA prayer shawl is handed down from grandfather to grandson in this story of Jewish tradition and the passage of generations.
I talk to God about how I feelOmartianStormie.EOMADescribes such frequently encountered emotions as loneliness, worry, and anger, and explains how prayer and talking with God help to ease these emotions and help cope with fear or loss.
The prayer that makes God smileOmartianStormie.EOMAShows kids how to give thanks for family and friends, give their wants and needs to their heavenly Father, and trust Him to do what is right for their lives, with an explanation about what it means to pray the best prayer of all–asking Jesus to come into your heart.
Unexpected treasuresOsteenVictoria.EOSTTold with a yo-ho-ho and with sing-songy rhymes, these two adventurous friends teach the old pirate that the best treasure of all is the love in our hearts. A fun activity and crafts page at the end of the book encourages kids to implement the lesson they’ve just learned and to the adventure in their own daily lives.
The story of JesusPingryPatricia A., 1941-EPIN
The story of the Ten commandmentsPingryPatricia A., 1941-EPINA simple retelling of how Moses led the Jews out of slavery in Egypt to the land promised them by God and how he brought them God’s commandments.
The story of the Lord’s PrayerPingryPatricia A., 1941-EPIN
The time of EasterRichterkessingSue.ERICTwo young mice find the pastor’s wooden cross which had been missing for two years.
The time of the churchRichterkessingSue.ERICDesigns that two young mice draw and quilt are combined into a banner to illustrate the seasons and festivals of the church year, from Pentecost to Christ the King Sunday.
The time of the churchRichterkessingSue.ERICDesigns that two young mice draw and quilt are combined into a banner to illustrate the seasons and festivals of the church year, from Pentecost to Christ the King Sunday.
The time of ChristmasRichterkessingSue.ERIC
The best Christmas pageant everRobinsonBarbara,EROBThe six horrible Herdmans, the worst children in the history of the world, take over the annual Christmas pageant.
All About JesusRockLoisEROC
All about the BibleRockLoisEROC
All About GodRockLoisEROC
All about PrayerRockLoisEROC
The carpenter’s gift : a Christmas tale about the Rockefeller Center treeRubelDavid.ERUBIn Depression-era New York City, construction workers at the Rockefeller Center site help a family in need–a gift that is repaid years later in the donation of an enormous Christmas tree.
Silver packages : an Appalachian Christmas storyRylantCynthia.ERYlEvery year at Christmas a rich man rides a train through Appalachia and throws gifts to the poor children who are waiting, in order to repay a debt he owes the people who live there.
Give me grace : a child’s daybook of prayersRylantCynthia.ERYLPresents seven prayers in rhyme, one for each day of the week.
Mr. Putter & Tabby paint the porchRylantCynthia.ERYLMr. Putter finds it a challenge to paint his front porch in the presence of his cat Tabby and his neighbor’s dog Zeke.
A fruitcake ChristmasSchmidtTroy.ESCHAfter Hailey and Bailey show Iggy and Ziggy Cockroach the true meaning of Christmas, all of the garden insects share some of Grannypillar’s famous fruitcake.
Six by Seuss.SeussDr.ESEUAn anthology of six stories by Dr. Seuss, including “And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street,” “The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins,” “Horton Hatches the Egg,” “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” “The Lorax,” and “Yertle the Turtle.”
The flood that came to grandma’s houseStalloneLinda, 1947-ESTAWhen the rainfall from Hurricane Agnes causes the Susquehanna River to flood, Grandma and Grandpa abandon their home and flee to higher ground.
The best thing about EasterTangvaldChristine Harder, 1941-ETANDescribes elements of a typical Easter celebration, including colored eggs, candy, and baby animals, and explains why we celebrate the holiday.
How I Pray For My FreindsSt. John TaylorJeannieETAY
God’s dreamTutuDesmond.ETUTAn introduction for the youngest readers to Archbishop Tutu’s message of forgiveness and empathy.
CourageWaberBernard.EWABProvides examples of the many kinds of courage found in everyday life and in unusual circumstances, from tasting the vegetable before making a face to being a firefighter or police officer.
The Apostles’ CreedWalkerJoni.EWALTeaches young children about the Triune God as stated in the three articles of faith found in the Apostles’ Creed.
Give thanks to the LordWilsonKarma.EWILA boy gives thanks to the Lord for all that he has in this illustrated interpretation of Psalm XCII.
Jesus wants me for a sunbeamWilhelmHans, 1945-EWILA newly-hatched duckling illustrates an adaptation of the text of the song “Jesus wants me for a sunbeam” written by Nellie Talbot.
Let’s make a joyful noiseWilsonKarma.EWILA little boy enjoys all the different ways people and animals have of celebrating Psalm 100:1.
Mortimer’s Christmas mangerWilsonKarma.EWILUnhappy in his cramped, cold hole, Mortimer Mouse moves into a nativity scene thinking it is the perfect home for him, until he discovers who truly belongs there.
The secret of saying thanksWoodDouglas, 1951-EWOOWhile learning the secret to a good life, a child says thank you for the natural world and for being loved, because a grateful heart is always happy.
Mouse tales–things hoped for : Advent, Christmas, and EpiphanyBolingRuth L.FicBOLA congregation of mice works together to prepare their church and their hearts for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany, and welcomes a new family into the fold.
A midnight clear : stories for the Christmas seasonPatersonKatherine.FICPAT
The giving tree.SilversteinShel.FICSILA young boy grows to manhood and old age experiencing the love and generosity of a tree which gives to him without thought of return.
Old Turtle [sound recording].WoodDouglasFICWOO“Discover how Old Turtle brings peace to all the beings of the world in this classic fable of respect for the earth and the diverse human family. Sing along with author/composer Douglas Wood and his friends as they celebrate Old Turtle’s message”–Container insert.
Youth NonFiction
What’s Heaven?ShriverMariaY128SHRAfter her great-grandmother’s death, a young girl learns about heaven by asking her mother all kinds of questions.
What’s Heaven?ShriverMariaY128SHRAfter her great-grandmother’s death, a young girl learns about heaven by asking her mother all kinds of questions.
Hurlbut’s story of the Bible for the young and old: A continuous narrative of the scriptures told in one hundred sixty-eight storiesHurlburtJesse LymanY220HUR
Study helps to the Holy BibleY220STU
The Bible for childrenWangerinWalter, Jr.Y220WAGAn illustrated version with simplified text of the Old and New Testaments
If You’d Been There in Bible TimesJeffsStephanieY220.3JEF
Young readers dictionary of the Bible: For use with the Revised Standard Version of the BibleY220.3YOU
Young reader’s Bible dictionaryY220.3Each definition includes references to passages in the Bible where the word appears. The entries also include a guide for pronouncing each proper name and for other difficult words.
How our Bible came to usDoneyMeryl, 1942-Y220.4DONDiscusses how the Bible came into being, who wrote it, early and modern translations, monks and manuscripts, and the importance of the Bible.
The miracles of Jesus and other Bible storiesHastingsSelinaY220.9HAS
David & Goliath and other Bible storiesHastingsSelina (Retold by)Y220.9HAS
Interactive Bible stories for children: New TestamentKefferLoisY220.9KEF
Bible hero adventures: New TestamentKefferLois, Ed.Y220.9KEF
Living God’s way: Bible stories retold for children in today’s worldMiltonRalphY220.9MIL
Best-loved parables: Stories Jesus toldRockLoisY220.9ROCIn this book Jesus’ stories are retold for children in a lively and engaging style while retaining the resonances of the Gospel accounts in the Bible that have preserved them as part of the world’s heritage for nearly two thousand years.
The loving arms of GodStickneyAnne ElizabethY220.9STIA retelling of Bible stories illustrating God’s relationship with his people through the history of Israel, the ministry of Jesus, and the early church.
The living Bible story bookTaylorKenneth N.Y220.9TAYA retelling of more than 70 well-known Bible stories from the Old and New Testaments. Also includes discussion questions.
The Golden Bible atlasTerrienSamuelY220.9TERBoth an atlas and a picture-history of the Holy Land and its environs; full color maps
O JerusalemYolenJaneY220.9YOLA poetic tribute to Jerusalem, in honor of the 3000th anniversary of its founding, celebrating its history as a holy city for three major religions.
Egermeier’s Bible story bookEgermeierElsie E. (Elsie Emilie), 1890-1986.Y220.95EGEA collection of Bible stories presented in chronological order from Genesis to Revelations in an easy-to-read-text.
Life in Bible timesTarrantChris.Y220.95TARPictures and text depict life in Biblical time through the stories of ten men and women in the Bible, from Jacob to Paul.
Interactive Bible stories for children. Old TestamentY221.92INT
Bible hero adventures: Old TestamentKefferLois, Ed.Y221.92KEF
The glorious impossibleL’EngleMadeleineY232LENLife of Jesus
Finding your real I.D.LaPlacaAnnette Heinrich, 1964-Y242.63LAP
What it’s like to be meExleyHelen, Ed.Y362.4EXL
Thanksgiving: A time to rememberRaineyBarbaraY394.2RAI
Leaves from a child’s garden of versesStevensonRobert LouisY821STE
The Children’s World AtlasBarrettNorman S.Y912BARMaps, photographs, illustrations, and text present information about the statistics, politics, history, culture, and physical features of the countries of the world, arranged by continent or region.
My first atlasBoyleBill (William F.)Y912BOY
Youth  Fiction
The city of EmberDuPrauJeanne.YDUPIn the year 241, twelve-year-old Lina trades jobs on Assignment Day to be a Messenger to run to new places in her decaying but beloved city, perhaps even to glimpse Unknown Regions.
Fight for lifeAndersonLaurie Halse.YFICANDWith the help of her veterinarian grandmother and the other volunteers at the Wild at Heart Animal Clinic, eleven-year-old Maggie rescues sick puppies from an illegal puppy mill.
Ribsy.ClearyBeverly.YFICCLESeparated from his owner, Henry Huggins, in a shopping center parking lot, an ordinary city dog begins a string of bewildering adventures.
Socks.ClearyBeverly.YFICCLEThe happy home life of Socks, the cat, is disrupted by the addition of a new baby to the household.
The prophet of YonwoodDuPrauJeanne.YFICDUPWhile visiting the small town of Yonwood, North Carolina, eleven-year-old Nickie makes some decisions about how to identify both good and evil when she witnesses the townspeople’s reactions to the apocalyptic visions of one of their neighbors.
Jackie’s Wild SeattleHobbsWill.YFICHOBFourteen-year-old Shannon and her little brother, Cody, spend the summer with their uncle, helping at a wildlife rescue center named Jackie’s Wild Seattle.
The tale of three trees: A traditional folktaleHuntAngela Elwell (Retold by)YFICHUNThree trees growing on a hilltop dream of grand futures, but when they’re claimed by woodcutters, other things happen. One becomes a manger that holds the Christ child, another a humble fishing boat that carries Jesus and his followers, and the third is cut into stout timbers that become Jesus’s cross. A traditional folktale about the power of God’s love to transform and renew.
The view from SaturdayKonigsburgE. L.YFICKONFour students, with their own individual stories, develop a special bond and attract the attention of their teacher, a paraplegic, who chooses them to represent their sixth-grade class in the Academic Bowl competition.
Lizzy lies a lotLevyElizabethYFICLEVNine-year-old Lizzie’s impulse to lie affects her relationships with family and friends.
Prince Caspian, the return to Narnia.LewisC. S. (Clive Staples), 1898-1963.YFICLEW
Lake of secretsLittkeLael.YFICLITHaving arrived in her mother’s home town to try to find her long-missing brother, who disappeared three years before she was born, fifteen-year-old Carlene finds herself haunted by memories from a past life.
Stranger in the mistMcCuskerPaul, 1958-YFICMCCWhen King Arthur turns up in America in the mid-1990s, fifteen-year-old Elizabeth, Jeff, and Uncle Malcolm decide that they must return him to England.
Strange journey backMcCuskerPaul, 1958-YFICMCCDistressed by his parents’ separation, Mark tries to go back in time to set things right and discovers that some changes are unavoidable.
Danger lies aheadMcCuskerPaul, 1958-YFICMCCJack finally turns to his parents, who teach him about trust and friendship, after the new kid at school has ensnared him in a web of lies.
The mystery of the white elephantMurphyElspeth Campbell.YFICMURWhen Timothy and his cousins go to the church swap meet, they discover a thief has stolen the white elephant they plan to buy, and it’s up to them to find the culprit.
My life as crocodile junk foodMyersBill, 1953-YFICMYETwelve-year-old Wally visits missionaries in the South American rain forest and stumbles into a series of what he thinks are impossible predicaments, until he understands the joy of sharing Jesus with others.
My life as a broken bungee cordMyersBill, 1953-YFICMYEWhen he takes part in a hot air balloon race, twelve-year-old Wally, computer whiz and “human catastrophe,” learns what it means to fully put his trust in God.
My life as a smashed burrito with extra hot sauceMyersBill, 1953-YFICMYETwelve-year-old Wally, a computer whiz who is a “walking disaster area,” ends up in a competition with the bully of Camp Whacka-Whacka, and when they find themselves fighting for their lives, Wally realizes that even his worst enemy needs God.
My life as alien monster baitMyersBill, 1953-YFICMYEWally’s pride gets out of control when he is chosen for a part in a movie being made in Middletown, until he learns the importance of true friendship and God’s desire for humility.
When my name was KeokoParkLinda Sue.YFICPARWith national pride and occasional fear, a brother and sister face the increasingly oppressive occupation of Korea by Japan during World War II, which threatens to suppress Korean culture entirely.
Harry Potter and the prisoner of AzkabanRowlingJ. K.YFICROWDuring his third year at Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry, Harry Potter must confront the devious and dangerous wizard responsible for his parents’ deaths.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsRowlingJ. K.YFICROWWhen the Chamber of Secrets is opened again at the Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry, second-year student Harry Potter finds himself in danger from a dark power that has once more been released on the school.
Here’s Lily!RueNancyYFICRUELily Robbins becomes obsessed with becoming a model.
Lily Robbins, M.D. (Medical dabbler)RueNancyYFICRUELily is on a mission to become a “great healer” or healthcare professional and no one’s going to stop her.
Lily’s ultimate partyRueNancyYFICRUELily starts her own business to pay for her party. Lily learns the importance of allowing others to be who God made them to be, rather than who she wants them to be.
Lily the rebelRueNancyYFICRUELily is questioning the rules–both at home and at school, and it’s getting harder to keep her mouth shut about it.
Lily and the creepRueNancy N.YFICRUEWhen Lily and her sixth-grade friends turn to self-esteem books, they find the results cause more problems until they discover where to seek true self-image.
HolesSacharLouis, 1954-YFICSACAs further evidence of his family’s bad fortune which they attribute to a curse on a distant relative, Stanley Yelnats is sent to a hellish correctional camp in the Texas desert where he finds his first real friend, a treasure, and a new sense of himself.
Ballet shoesStreatfeildNoel.YFICSTRDetermined to make a name for themselves, three adopted sisters living in London train for the ballet and the stage and in the process discover that each has a special talent.
The candy factory mysteryWarnerGertrude Chandler, 1890-1979.YFICWARWhen the Aldens have the chance to work at a candy factory, they try to find out who is sabotaging the candy and why.
Surprise IslandWarnerGertrude Chandler, 1890-1979.YFICWAR
The yellow house mysteryWarnerGertrude Chandler, 1890-1979.YFICWAR
Mystery ranchWarnerGertrude Chandler, 1890-1979.YFICWAR
The mystery of the silent nightingaleMurphyElspeth Campbell.YMURSarah-Jane and her two cousins solve a mystery involving an antique locket they plan to give their favorite baby-sitter.
The mystery of the wrong dogMurphyElspeth Campbell.YMURTitus and his cousins are taking care of their neighbors’ crabby Yorkshire terrier when the dog suddenly becomes sweet-tempered and the cousins have a mystery on their hands.