A cautionary tale about a kid who watches too much TV. (Spoiler alert: It'll make you want to turn off the tube!)
This story explores the journey -- both physical and emotional -- made by three girls to visit their long-lost mother.
In this exceptional novel, a young boy struggles to work his family's ranch and become a decent, strong person.
By following a father-daughter relationship, this book may have special appeal for a child whose parent has been away.
Here's a book that celebrates words for words' sake, encouraging reading comprehension through context.
The story of a boy fitting into a blended family shows how people from different backgrounds can learn to live together.
Written by the mother of an autistic child, this novel takes a frank look at family life.
A moving portrait of Mexican culture and how to remain true to yourself.
In this sensitive portrayal of grief and loss, a boy seeks something to remember his grandmother.
This Newberry winner is a realistic story about a homeless orphan who tries to unite a racist town.