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150701_StarCV-1Picture Books

Buitrago, Jairo. Two White Rabbits. tr. from Spanish by Elisa Amado. illus. by Rafael Yockteng. Groundwood. Oct. 2015. p. 60.

Muth, Jon J. Zen Socks. illus. by author. Scholastic. Oct. 2015. p. 66.

Stead, Philip C. Lenny & Lucy. illus. by Erin E. Stead. Roaring Brook/Neal Porter Bks. Oct. 2015. p. 68.

Zagarenski, Pamela. The Whisper. illus. by author. HMH. Oct. 2015. p. 70.

Middle Grade

Boyce, Frank Cottrell. The Astounding Broccoli Boy. HarperCollins/Walden Pond. Sept. 2015. p. 73.

Crowder, Melanie. A Nearer Moon. S. & S./Atheneum. Sept. 2015. p. 74.

Durst, Sarah Beth. The Girl Who Could Not Dream. Clarion. Nov. 2015. p. 76.

Gino, Alex. George. Scholastic. Sept. 2015. p. 77.

Haydu, Corey Ann. Rules for Stealing Stars. HarperCollins/Katherine Tegen Bks. Sept. 2015. p. 78.

Magoon, Kekla. Shadows of Sherwood. Bloomsbury. Aug. 2015. p. 80.

Pearsall, Shelley. The Seventh Most Important Thing. Knopf. Sept. 2015. p. 81.

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Danticat, Edwidge. Untwine. Scholastic. Sept. 2015. p. 85.

HAHN, Rebecca. The Shadow Behind the Stars. S. & S. Sept. 2015. p. 86.

King, A.S. I Crawl Through It. Little, Brown. Sept. 2015. p. 93.

Martin, Darragh. The Keeper. Little Island. Jul. 2015. p. 87.

Pon, Cindy. Serpentine. Month9. Sept. 2015. p. 97.

Ritter, William. Beastly Bones. Algonquin. Sept. 2015. p. 88.

Schmatz, Pat. Lizard Radio. Candlewick. Sept. 2015. p. 98.

Westerfeld, Scott, Margo Lanagan, & Deborah Biancotti. Zeroes. S. & S./Simon Pulse. Sept. 2015. p. 99.

150701_StarCV-3Nonfiction

Brown, Don. Aaron and Alexander. illus. by author. Roaring Brook. Oct. 2015. p. 101.

Derby, Sally. Jump Back, Paul: The Life and Poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar. illus. by Sean Qualls. Candlewick. Sept. 2015. p. 106.

Fern, Tracey. W Is for Webster: Noah Webster and his American Dictionary. illus. by Boris Kulikov. Farrar/Margaret Ferguson Bks. Nov. 2015. p. 103.

Montgomery, Sy. The Octopus Scientists: Exploring the Mind of a Mollusk. photos by Keith Ellenbogen. HMH. 2015. p. 108.

Tate, Don. Poet: The Remarkable Story of George Moses Horton. illus. by author. Peachtree. Sept. 2015. p. 104.

Graphic Nonfiction

Chikwanine, Michel & Jessica Dee Humphreys. Child Soldier: When Boys and Girls are Used in War. illus. by Claudia Dávila. Kids Can. Sept. 2015. p. 111.

Duffy, Chris, ed. Fable Comics. illus. by various. First Second. Sept. 2015. p. 111.

DVDs

Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs. Dist. by Weston Woods. 2015. p. 40.

Niño Wrestles the World. Dist. by Dreamscape Media. 2015. p. 41.

Audiobooks

Bausum, Ann. Stonewall. Listening Library. 2015. p. 48.

The Great War: Stories Inspired by Items From The First World War. Brilliance. 2015. p. 46.

LEAVER, Trisha. The Secrets We Keep. Brilliance. 2015. p. 49.

RUBIN, Lance. Denton Little’s Deathdate. Listening Library. 2015. p. 49.

Shannon, David. Bugs in My Hair! Weston Woods. 2015. p. 45.

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