Submitted by jahnke on August 17, 2010 - 12:00am
A squeaking sound outside her bedroom leads eleven-year-old Nell to a baby squirrel abandoned in her yard. Nell and her younger brothers end up saving two wild squirrels that appear to be orphaned. With the help of some online research and a new friend, Nell learns how to care for the squirrels, but she also learns that she should not try to do this on her own. Still, if Nell has the time and devotion, why shouldn’t she raise the squirrels? She loves them, and they need her—don’t they? Nell is willing to do anything to save her new pets, even if it involves telling a few lies….
Submitted by jahnke on July 5, 2010 - 12:00am
One thing Darby has never dreamed of being – not until Evette suggests it – is a newspaper girl who writes down the truth for all to read. In no time, and with more than a little assistance from Evette, Darby and her column in the Bennettsville Times are famous in town and beyond. But is Marlboro County, South Carolina, circa 1926, ready for the truth its youngest reporter has to tell?
Submitted by jahnke on September 21, 2009 - 12:00am
Ten-year-old Allie is nervous about moving to a new city with her family. Will she make new friends? Will she like her new school? Read this delightful book to find out how Allie likes living on Strawberry Hill, and then join us for our discussion of the book on Sunday, October 4th at 2:00.