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Big and Little Questions (According to Wren Jo Byrd) Review
By Elena Brotherson

For young Honorine, life as a maid is dull. Dust that, polish this, daydream for a minute or two in between. But suddenly, strange things begin happening. The East parlor catches fire, omen stones are glowing, smoldering paw prints are burned into the rug, and a strange feather appears that turns to dust soon after it is picked up. Her life is about to get much more interesting…

What is more awkward than a high school drama? Dimple and Rishi’s relationship.

if you like animals and stories about the workd wars, then you would love the book Innocent Heroes by Sigmund Brouwer

The new book Upside Down Magic by Sarah Mlynowski, Lauren Myracle, and Emily Jenkins is a hilarious roller-coaster ride of action and fun. 

Follow these three boys through the hard, perilous, difficult world of relationships. 

This war could get ugly!

Do you want to go to Australia???

A beautiful book with a strong finish.

In Lisa Bunker’s newest novel, Felix Yz, Bunker reimagines life as we know it. In her novel, a human boy, Felix gets fused with an alien during a freak accident. Felix Yz is a blog of Felix’s personal experience of living fused with a fourth-dimensional being, Zyx and tells about the high-risk procedure that could detach Felix and the fourth-dimensional being.
 

 “And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it.” –Roald Dahl

Well, That Was Awkward by Rachel Vail is fun and relatable book for middle schoolers.

Imagine being lost on the streets of Calcutta, India. The pain of hunger nagging at your stomach every day. The weight of your own survival resting on your shoulders.

You can get close to the tigers, but don't get too close!

B.A. Frade's Tales from the Scaremaster: Swamp Scarefest is perfect for people with a sense of humor and could take a good scaring.

You can learn things from dogs too. It’s not just humans who have brains . . .

The Uncommoners: The Crooked Sixpence by Jennifer Bell is a  suspense-packed roller coaster ride into a world where a vacuum cleaner can fly, candles are an invisibility tool, and a yo-yo is a defense mechanism. In the underground city of Luminor, almost every object has a hidden talent.

Are you ready to go through time?

Do dogs feel jealousy? Do dogs seek revenge? Look into one dog's mind to gain incite from a dog's point of view. All this and more in Victoria J. Coe's new book, Fenway and Hattie and the Evil Bunny Gang.

Are you ready for a robot revolution?

Another hero has to save another world in Atlantis Lost.
 

Do you have what it takes to summon a monster?

Ellies story is a great book that has a captivating story that informs people about search and rescue dogs. 

Crenshaw is a heartwarming story about a boy and his imaginary friend.