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Rising Star (Cross Ups, Book 3)

By Sylv Chiang
Illustrated by Connie Choi
Categories: Children's Fiction
Series: Cross Ups

The continuing adventures of Jaden, Cali, and the Cross Ups crew.

When Jaden gets a call inviting him to Comicon to test out a new version of his favorite game, Cross Ups, he is thrilled . . . sort of. ...

Our Big Little Place

By James A. Conan
Illustrated by Nicolle Lalonde
Categories: Children's Fiction

Big or small, apartment or house, they’re all home.

Come inside one boy’s high-rise apartment complex, where his backyard is the space between his neighboring apartment buildings, and his basketball ...

I Have to Go!

By Robert Munsch
Illustrated by Michael Martchenko
Categories: Children's Fiction
Series: Classic Munsch

Andrew has decided he never needs to go pee ever again, but his parents aren’t too sure. Only one minute into the drive to his grandparents’ house, Andrew changes his mind.

Anyone's Game (Cross Ups, Book 2)

By Sylv Chiang
Illustrated by Connie Choi
Categories: Children's Fiction
Series: Cross Ups

What’s up with Cali? Why does she keep changing her gamer tag?

It’s summertime, and even though his good friend Cali moved to another city, Jaden can connect with her online almost every day to play ...

Tournament Trouble (Cross Ups, Book 1)

By Sylv Chiang
Illustrated by Connie Choi
Categories: Children's Fiction
Series: Cross Ups

An exciting new middle reader series.
All twelve-year-old Jaden wants to do is be the best at Cross Ups, the video game he and his friends can’t stop playing. He knows he could be—if only he didn’t ...

The Biggest Poutine in the World

Thomas would do anything to make his mother come back. On his fifth birthday, Thomas’s mother left, and he hasn’t seen her since. The last thing he remembers is her making a delicious dish of poutine ...

Leo's Tree

By Debora Pearson
Illustrated by Nora Hilb
Categories: Children's Fiction

The gentle tale of a baby boy and the tree planted in honor of his birth.

When Leo is born, his father plants a tree—a scratchy, branchy linden tree. Soon Leo is growing hair and the tree is sprouting ...