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1. The Aviary, by Kathleen O'Dell, 337pp, RL 4

The Aviary is now in paperback! Just in time for summer, this historical mystery with a glimmer of magic will keep you reading late into the night to see how it ends! What I love most about working as a bookseller is the opportunity I get to talk to other kid's book enthusiasts, be they kids or adults. I am especially grateful for the interactions I have with school librarians as they are

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2. The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate, written by Jaqueline Kelly, 338 pp, RL 4

Jaqueline Kelly should feel very accomplished in this life. Besides being a doctor and a lawyer, her debut novel won the Newbery Honor Medal in 2010, and I suspect The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate would have won the gold had the equally amazing and wonderful book When You Reach Me by Rebbeca Stead not come out in the same year. Either way, I am so glad I did not have to choose a gold medal

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3. The Aviary, by Kathleen O'Dell, 337pp, RL 4

What I love most about working as a bookseller is the opportunity I get to talk to other kid's book enthusiasts, be they kids or adults. I am especially grateful for the interactions I have with school librarians as they are always a font of knowledge and inspiration. The Aviary by Kathleen O'Dell jumped out at me from the shelf the minute it arrived at the bookstore with its distinctive green

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4. Kaspar the Titanic Cat, written by Michael Morugo and illustrated by Michael Foreman, 200 pp, RL 4

Having been a children's bookseller for almost seventeen years now and a parent for a couple of years longer, I have seen many children, including my own, express a fascination with the story of the Titanic. Like other seemingly frightening and/or dangerous things that small children are fascinated with (sharks, dinosaurs, bugs) they grasp the literal enormity of the thing but don't yet

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