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Short & Skinny

Purchase where graphic memoirs circulate well.–Mariela Siegert, Westfield Middle School, Bloomingdale, IL
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The School's on Fire!: A True Story of Bravery, Tragedy, and Determination

This moving narrative of one of the most devastating school fires in U.S. history is recommended for middle school nonfiction collections.
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The Tiger's Egg

A satisfying and humorous read-aloud for preschool groups and a good bedtime story, too.
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Ignite the Stars

A strong first book in a sure-to-be successful science fiction series.
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The Boneless Mercies

An excellent choice for any YA fantasy collections.
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You Have the Right To Remain Fat

An important, no-nonsense voice for self-acceptance that will resonate with most readers, especially those grappling with body image issues.
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Grizzly Boy

Suited for one-on-one sharing, this book could be used to spark discussions about imaginative play and following rules.
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The Comic Book Story of Professional Wrestling: A Hardcore, High-Flying, No-Holds-Barred History of the One True Sport

An excellent addition to nonfiction graphic novel collections.
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