Jinny knows her responsibility now—to teach Ess everything she needs to know about the island, to keep things as they’ve always been. Molly knows that promises are sometimes broken, so she hatches a plan to bring her mother home: Win the Lakeville Middle School Poetry Slam Contest. But they begin to develop extraordinary powers and experience the feelings of King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, Morgan le Fay, and Lancelot: courage, friendship, love…and betrayal. She is small enough to squeeze through the tunnels of the mountain and gather the harvest, risking her life with each mission. I like to mix some easier ones with some more difficult ones. So if you're starting the 6th grade, check out the books at the beginning of this list. Fourth grader Vilonia hasn’t lost her rain coat in the three weeks she’s had it and she’s brushed her teeth every night and she’s volunteered to be the Friday Library Helper. The creature is friendly, but Felix—now thirteen—won’t be able to grow to adulthood while they’re still melded together. When Madge, Joe, Kiku, and Walt agree to help, they have no idea that the Kelmsbury is already working its magic on them. Set in New York City, this series starts with City of Bones. But when she is sent to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina to live with family she barely knows, it seems unlikely that her wish will ever come true. ACT 2: Sidney and Folly consider a crime. Series box set found here: On the Run Series, The Face on the Milk Carton (Janie Johnson series) by Caroline B. Cooney, Janie Johnson realizes the picture of a three-year-old girl on the milk carton is her and tries to determine who is Janie Johnson and what happened. Quisling is definitely up to something mysterious, and Emily and James are on high alert. After his friend Tim is killed, Archie Wiggins is kicked out of The Baker Street Irregulars. In fact, he has plans. I find this to be a little more accurate than the grade level in most cases. We are major classic literature book lovers here! Elon Musk and the Quest for a Fantastic Future Young Reader’s Edition by Ashlee Vance, “There are few people in history who could match Elon Musk’s relentless drive and vision. Their growing friendship inspires Fish Girl’s longing for freedom, independence, and a life beyond the aquarium tank. Garvey is kind, funny, smart, a loyal friend, and he is also overweight, teased by bullies, and lonely. Chills ensue as the teens try to escape unjust sentences and monsters. Along with a former nemesis and charming boy from her grade, Abigail goes through a crash course in Spy Training 101, often with hilarious—and sometimes painful—results. The Friendship Experiment by Erin Teagan *, “Future scientist Madeline Little is dreading the start of middle school. A volcano, quiet for centuries, rumbles just beneath the earth’s surface. But when she is also asked join the cool girls’ exclusive It Girls club, Chloe feels completely torn between the It Girls and The Kindness Club. . Rumor says there’s a goat living on the roof, but how can that be?”, 22. Poignant and funny, Laurie’s story is about growing up with the dream of becoming an Olympian and what it took to win gold. This is a great book for pre-pubescent kids already feeling the pressure to look a certain way. Ball is life. The FBI steps in to investigate, and Teddy is happy to leave the job in their (supposedly) capable hands. [It’s not giving anything away to tell you that. . Teen Thomas wakes in a service elevator being lifted into a harsh world populated only by other boys his age. This isn’t your mother or father’s sci-fi. Not every kid digs fiction, and that’s okay. ―A crisp white pad of paper Patrons who contribute comments are asked to read our Policy on Patron-Generated Web Content. Actually, everything becomes harder as new habits appear, and counting, cleaning, and organizing are not enough to keep Molly’s world from spinning out of control. For students who enjoy mystery novels and are advanced readers …