Go
Classic Search  |  Browse  |  Combination  |  Help  |  My Account
 
 
Check out our NEW WEBSITE!
Go to www.clarionfreelibrary.org/ today!
Let the Children March. by Monica Clark-Robinson
Click to search this book in our catalog

School Library Journal K-Gr 3-The youth of the Birmingham civil rights movement take center stage in this historical picture book. Clark-Robinson narrates from the voice of an unnamed girl, using simple language to tell the story of the momentous events surrounding the arrest and jailing of hundreds of children protesting racial segregation. The narrator states bluntly, "There were so many things I couldn't do." Much of the text will provoke...More

The noisy paint box : the colors and sounds of Kandinsky's abstract art by by Barb Rosenstock ; illustrated by Mary GrandPre
Click to search this book in our catalog

Publishers Weekly "Is it a house?" "Is it a flower?" "What's it supposed to be?" When an aunt gives Moscow schoolboy Vasily Kandinsky a paint box, no one knows what to make of the wild shapes he creates. He doesn't just see the colors. He hears them: "blaring crimson... burbling green, clanging orange, and tinkling violet." Even after he gives up his career teaching law years later and decides to study...More

As Brave As You by Jason Reynolds
Click to search this book in our catalog

School Library Journal Gr 5-8-Reynolds makes his middle grade debut with a multigenerational story featuring two Brooklyn brothers sent to stay temporarily with grandparents in rural Virginia. While their parents take some time to salvage their fraying relationship, 11-year-old Genie and his almost 14-year-old brother, Ernie, are expected to spend a month obeying their strict grandmother, surviving without cellular service or the Internet, and helping wit...More

Three-body problem. by by Cixin Liu and Ken Liu
Click to search this book in our catalog

Book list This novel is a rare treat in several ways. First, it is translated from Chinese, a language from which the West doesn't often get provocative science fiction. Beyond that, this highly deserving blockbuster in China serves as a crash course in both the historically important Cultural Revolution of the mid-twentieth century and the basics of astrophysics. The title itself refers to the complications of calculating gravity's effects on mul...More

Things That Matter by Charles Krauthammer
Click to search this book in our catalog

Kirkus Pulitzer Prizewinning columnist Krauthammer collects 30 years of his work. The author is well-known for the pungency and forcefulness with which he expresses his political views, which have led some, like the Financial Times, to rate him "the most influential columnist in America." His starting point is the reaffirmation of his commitment to politics, "the crooked timber of our communal lives [which] dominates everything because, in ...More

Midwinterblood by Marcus Sedgwick
Click to search this book in our catalog

Book list *Starred Review* In the year 2073, a reporter named Eric is sent to Blessed Island to research a rare flower called the Dragon Orchid. There he finds an insular community of mysterious villagers, a delicious tea that has him losing days at a time, and a beguiling girl named Merle. In just 50 pages, we reach a shattering conclusion and then start anew in 2011. An archaeologist is digging on Blessed Island, where he meets a quiet boy named Eric an...More

The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz
Click to search this book in our catalog

Library Journal Having caught everyone's attention with his short stories, D!az offers a debut novel starring ghetto geek Oscar, whose family labors under a Fuk# (or curse) that delivers prison, tragic accidents, and, worst of all, bad luck in love. With a national tour. Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information.

Copyright Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

...More

Other Featured Book Lists:
ALA Best Books for Young Adults ALA Notable Books for Children Caldecott Medal Winners Coretta Scott King Awards Hugo Awards Independent Booksellers List Michael L. Printz Awards National Book Critics Circle New York Times Bestsellers Newbery Medal Winners Oprah's Book Club Publishers Weekly Pulitzer Prize The Man Booker Prize
Links to Online Databases
Image result for hoopla
The POWER Library - https://www.powerlibrary.org/e-resources/?subject=y?ID=PL2051#.WYIFXVGQzIUThe POWER Library is available at Pennsylvania public libraries, school libraries and the State Library. You can also access the resources of the POWER Library from home by going to your public library's web page. To access the resources you will need to enter the barcode number located on your valid library card.