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Once Upon an Eid: Stories of Hope and Joy by 15 Muslim Voices Poster Image
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Once Upon an Eid: Stories of Hope and Joy by 15 Muslim Voices

age 8+

Lots of great life lessons as families celebrate holiday.

By: S.K. Ali, Aisha Saeed (2020)
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Black Enough: Stories of Being Young & Black in America Poster Image
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Black Enough: Stories of Being Young & Black in America

age 13+

Realistic, compelling coming-of-age stories of black teens.

By: Ibi Zoboi (2019)
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Flying Lessons and Other Stories Poster Image
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Flying Lessons and Other Stories

age 8+

Riveting collection reflects common dreams, struggles.

By: Ellen Oh (2017)
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Auggie & Me: Three Wonder Stories Poster Image
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Auggie & Me: Three Wonder Stories

age 10+

Thought-provoking stories of kindness and friendship.

By: R.J. Palacio (2015)
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Shadow Show: All-New Stories in Celebration of Ray Bradbury Poster Image
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Shadow Show: All-New Stories in Celebration of Ray Bradbury

age 16+

Tribute collection will please Bradbury fans, new readers.

By: Sam Weller, Mort Castle (2012)
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Tales from Outer Suburbia Poster Image
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Tales from Outer Suburbia

age 10+

15 surrealist tales by a master illustrator.

By: Shaun Tan (2009)
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What They Found: Love on 145th Street Poster Image
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What They Found: Love on 145th Street

age 14+

Powerful, intense short stories of love in the inner city.

By: Walter Dean Myers (2007)
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Red Spikes Poster Image
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Red Spikes

age 16+

Dark, brutal, otherworldly stories for mature readers.

By: Margo Lanagan (2007)
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Shining On: 11 Star Authors' Illuminating Stories Poster Image
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Shining On: 11 Star Authors' Illuminating Stories

age 13+

Short stories about coming of age; some sexual references.

By: Lois Lowry (2007)
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Porch Lies: Tales of Slicksters, Tricksters, and Other Wily Characters Poster Image
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Porch Lies: Tales of Slicksters, Tricksters, and Other Wily Characters

age 8+

Delightful tall tales great for reading aloud.

By: Patricia McKissack (2006)
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The Dark-Thirty: Southern Tales of the Supernatural Poster Image
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The Dark-Thirty: Southern Tales of the Supernatural

age 10+

Scary, award-winning African American stories.

By: Patricia McKissack (2006)
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Guys Write for Guys Read Poster Image
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Guys Write for Guys Read

age 13+

Short stories by male authors. Some good, some iffy stuff.

By: Jon Scieszka (2005)
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Sing a Song of Tuna Fish: Hard-to-Swallow Stories from Fifth Grade Poster Image
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Sing a Song of Tuna Fish: Hard-to-Swallow Stories from Fifth Grade

age 10+

Tales of childhood long ago -- in 1979.

By: Esme Raji Codell (2005)
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The Library Card Poster Image
BOOK

The Library Card

age 9+

A mysterious library card affects four lives.

By: Jerry Spinelli (2004)
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All That Remains Poster Image
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All That Remains

age 11+

Three novellas tell of teens dealing with death.

By: Bruce Brooks (2004)
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Rocking Horse Land: And Other Classic Tales of Dolls and Toys Poster Image
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Rocking Horse Land: And Other Classic Tales of Dolls and Toys

age 6+

Six stories about toys that come to life.

By: Naomi Lewis (2000)
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8 Plus 1 Poster Image
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8 Plus 1

age 13+

Sensitive portraits of kids growing up.

By: Robert Cormier (1991)
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Horton Hatches the Egg Poster Image
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Horton Hatches the Egg

age 4+

Integrity is rewarded in poignant, funny tale.

By: Dr. Seuss (1940)
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