Christina Fitch Tag

Music Class Today! By: David Weinstone If your little one enjoys music class or is even a little shy in groups, this cute and funny story is perfect to read to him or her!  Toddlers and preschoolers will likely enjoy the lively and colorful illustrations, which perfectly capture...

The Graveyard Book Volume 1 By: Neil Gaiman This is the first volume of a two-volume graphic novel edition of Neil Gaiman's #1 New York Times bestselling and Newbery Medal-winning novel The Graveyard Book, adapted by P. Craig Russell and illustrated by a team of talented artists. Seven artists...

Hooray for Hat By: Brian Won “Happiness is best when it is shared!”- Brian Won This is a cute, lighthearted, and fun read-aloud picture book for younger children. The story begins with Elephant who wakes up on the wrong side of the bed and is soon pleasantly surprised by...

The Forest of Hands and Teeth By: Carrie Ryan The Forest of Hands and Teeth is a New York Times best-selling post-apocalyptic zombie novel by Carrie Ryan that she wrote for teens. This is the first book in this trilogy; the second book in the series is The...

Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! By Laura Amy Schlitz This book is a historical-fiction drama which consists of 19 short monologues, 2 dialogues, and a few informative, historical essays on relevant topics of Medieval times. Twenty-three young characters, with varying societal roles that existed in the Middle Ages...

Rot and Ruin By: Jonathan Maberry Fifteen year old, Benny Imura, lives in a small, fenced-in community where 15 year olds must be employed or face having their rations cut in half.  Rot & Ruin is also about the friendships and relationships that Benny develops with his peers,...

Brian's Return By: Gary Paulsen “Brian sat quietly, taken by a peace he had not known for a long time, and let the canoe drift forward along the lily pads.  To his right was the shoreline of a small lake he had flown into an hour earlier.  Around...

A Wrinkle in Time By: Madeleine L'Engle A Wrinkle in Time is an intriguing story about a high school girl named Meg Murry. When Meg discovers that her father (a talented scientist who had been experimenting with a mysterious project called a tesseract) has strangely disappeared she and...

The Invention of Hugo Cabret By: Brian Selznick Brian Selznick masterfully illustrated and wrote this interesting story that reads like a cross between a traditional children's novel and a graphic fiction novel.  In this story, Hugo, a 12 year old orphan, is taken in by his uncle and...

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