Miss Mary Reporting: The True Story of Sportswriter Mary Garber

Miss Mary Reporting written by Sue Macy and illustrated by C. F. Payne. As a child, Mary Garber played football with the boys and attended sporting events with her father.  She also loved to read about sports so she was a natural to be a sportswriter as an adult. It wasn’t that simple though, since Mary lived […]

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Do Princesses Make Happy Campers?

Do Princesses Make Happy Campers? written by Camela LaVigna Coyle. Illustrated by Mike Gordon. This is the newest book in the series, Do Princesses…..?.  In this book, the family goes on a camping trip and have many fun experiences.  The princess tries to help pack up the camping gear, but tries to take everything from […]

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Albie’s First Word: A Tale Inspired by Albert Einstein’s Childhood

Albie’s First Word : A Tale Inspired by Albert Einstein’s Childhood written by Jacqueline Tourville and illustrated by Wynne Evans.  When Albert Einstein was a young child, his parents worried because he didn’t talk.  His younger sister Maya chattered away but Albie said nothing.  He actively engaged in many activities and he observed but didn’t […]

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Spotlight on OverDrive Kids eReading Room

You may have noticed a new image on our Kids’ Brain page.  Clicking on this takes you to a special “reading room” that features items for juvenile and young teen readers.  When kids search this collection, the results are mostly limited to eBooks and eAudiobooks that are published for readers through sixth grade- similar to […]

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