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“The Bully” and “The Gun”

The Bully by Paul Langan Darrell Mercer moves from Philadelphia, PA to California in the middle of his freshman year of high school. Although his neighborhood in Philly is not the best–even dangerous sometimes–he has a lot of good neighbors … Continue reading

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“Brothers in Arms” The Bluford series

   Brothers in Arms by Paul Langan and Ben Alirez (Bluford Series) It’s been a while since I’ve commented on a Bluford series book. Brothers in Arms is a good one for students looking for their next quick read. Martin … Continue reading

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Bluford Series: “No Way Out” and “The Test”

  No Way Out by Peggy Kern Harold is out of shape and self-conscious. When his grandma falls and breaks her legs, Harold knows he needs to help out, but he doesn’t know what he can do. The medical bills … Continue reading

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For Read 180 and English Learner students

High Interest Series Check for these books in our new library section: 372.41  Choices series: The Choices series is for teens who are emerging readers. They are not complete stories. They set up situations that require teens to make a … Continue reading

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Bluford series: Five new titles are here!

The popular Bluford series  is here! We’ve got all 15 titles now. And there are 5 copies of each one, so come on over and check them out! If you want to know which of the Bluford books are sequels or what order you … Continue reading

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