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    Heroes: Incredible true stories of courageous animals

    Courageous dogs, cats, birds, horses, and even a bear have shown courage and devotion, and this book tells you their extraordinary stories. Includes the story of Jet the Alsatian who became a hero of the Blitz, pulling survivors from burning rubble, night after night.
    Accelerated Reader
    Middle Years, Book Level: 7.5

    Why Handel Waggled His Wig

    What did Haydn's wife use for curling-paper for her hair? What did Schubert do with his old spectacles case? Why was Dvorak given a butcher's apron when he was a little boy? Why did Tchaikovsky spit on a map of Europe? Addressing these questions, this work contains facts, dates and anecdotes, interspersed with black-and-white line illustrations.
    Accelerated Reader
    Middle Years, Book Level: 8.2

    Lord of the Flies

    Golding's best-known novel is the story of a group of boys who, after a plane crash, set up a fragile community on a previously uninhabited island. As memories of home recede and the blood from frenzied pig-hunts arouses them, the boys' childish fear turns into something deeper and more primitive.
    Accelerated Reader
    Upper Years, Book Level: 5.0

    When I Was the Greatest

    somewhere they never should've been - where the people aren't so friendly, and even less forgiving. 'A funny and rewarding read.' Publisher's Weekly, Starred Review 'Urban fiction with heart .
    Accelerated Reader
    Upper Years, Book Level: 4.8

    Rescue of Ravenwood

    [final copy to come] On the top of the hill, overlooking the sea, that's where you'll find a magical place... To Bea, Noah and little Flea, Stonebarrow Hall is home. A beautiful, soulful, exciting story about holding on to what's precious to us, and taking care of the extraordinary nature that surrounds us.
    Accelerated Reader
    Middle Years, Book Level: 5.3

    Small Things Like These

    'Exquisite.' Damon Galgut 'Masterly.' The Times 'Miraculous.' Herald 'Astonishing.' Colm Toibin 'Stunning.' Sunday Independent 'Absolutely beautiful.' Douglas Stuart A Book of the Year in The Times and The New Statesman It is 1985, in an Irish town.


    From bestselling author and winner of the Blue Peter Book Award, this is the sixth adventure set in the world of Podkin One-Ear.
    Accelerated Reader
    Middle Years, Book Level: 5.4


    'You're telling me there are fairies in this wood?' When Alice's brother gets a longed-for chance for a heart transplant, Alice is suddenly bundled off to her estranged grandmother's house. There's nothing good about staying with Nell, except for the beautiful Darkling Wood at the end of her garden - but Nell wants to have it cut down.
    Accelerated Reader
    Middle Years, Book Level: 3.9