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Saga: Volume One by Brian K. Vaughan

Saga: Volume One by Brian K. Vaughan

The universe has declared war on itself and everyone is choosing one of two sides. It all started when the species on a planet tried to conquer a species on its own moon. The destuction knows no end, but amongst the slaughter, within the dismal senselessness of bloodshed, there is a child born. She is the daughter of Alana and Marko, who are supposed to be enemies. Now all three are on the run. Saga: Volume One is the beginning of their story.

Bluefish

By Pat Schmatz

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Everything changes for thirteen-year-old Travis, a new student who is trying to hide his illiteracy, when he meets a sassy classmate with her own secrets and a remarkable teacher.  Available in eBook.

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When Your Child Is in the Hospital

If your family comes to the hospital because of a sudden emergency, there may not have been time to plan out every step as carefully as you would for something expected. But with just a little time to plan, a bit of organization should help the whole experience go much more smoothly. Hopefully this small article will help with planning.

Guess How Much I Love You

By Sam McBratney

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During a bedtime game, every time Little Nutbrown Hare demonstrates how much he loves his father, Big Nutbrown Hare gently shows him that the love is returned even more. JE Fic McB
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Undercover

By Beth Kephart

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High school sophomore Elisa is used to observing while going unnoticed except when classmates ask her to write love notes for them, but a teacher's recognition of her talent, a "client's" desire for her friendship, a love of ice skating, and her parent's marital problems draw her out of herself.
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Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too?

By Eric Carle

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Presents the names of animal babies, parents, and groups.

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What Mommies Do Best, What Daddies Do Best

By Laura Joffe Numeroff and Lynn Munsinger (illustrator)

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From porcupine moms to alligator dads, Munsinger’s expressive illustrations show that loving families have little to do with how we look and lots to do with how we care for one another.

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Let's Talk About When A Parent Dies

By Elizabeth Weitzman

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Provides advice on surviving the death of a parent and suggests what feelings and behavior to expect from others. J155.937 We

Suggested for ages 5 - 7

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