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One Book, Two Books, Old Books, New Books

Every January, the American Library Association presents an award to the author of “the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children”– the Newbery Medal. And every year, we like to seek out books that meet the criteria for this award. It is a GREAT way to learn about some of the newest and best literature for children through age fourteen.

On Mondays at Noon, look for posts on this blog that highlight some of the newly published “Mostly Chapter Books” for children & young adults through age 14 which we’ve discovered. Remember to let us know what you think of these titles in the comments below. We are also maintaining an entire list of all the titles posted this year, click here to see it!

 Humming Room by Ellen Potter Summary: Twelve-year-old orphan Roo Fanshaw is sent to live with an uncle she never knew in a…

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