Non-fiction Books for Students

Fiction Books for Students

  •  Amelia Takes Command

    Amelia Takes Command

    by Marissa Moss Year Published: 1998
    Everyone's favorite heroine is back again with her latest adventure as Amelia takes off for Space Camp, where she aims to lead the shuttle mission and bring her team safely back to Earth. Legions of Amelia fans will cheer when Amelia stands up to a bully and takes a stand.
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  •  Baseball Ballerina Strikes Out!

    Baseball Ballerina Strikes Out!

    by Kathryn Cristaldi McKeon Year Published: 2000
    Here's the sequel to the best-selling Baseball Ballerina. This time, Baseball Ballerina's team has finally made it to the play-offs. But Baseball Ballerina can't even get to first base! With a little monkey business and a lot of laughs, her team is able to come out on top!
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  •  Loudmouth George

    Loudmouth George and the Sixth-Grade Bully

    by Nancy Carlson Year Published: 2003
    The first day of school can be scary enough as it is without a bully stealing your lunch! And that's just what happens to poor George when he runs into Big Mike, the sixth-grade bully, on the walk to school.
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  •  Marianthe's Story

    Marianthe's Story: Painted Words and Spoken Memories

    by Aliki Year Published: 1998
    Returning to her own childhood for inspiration, Aliki has created an exceptional sixty-four-page book that presents Marianthe's story -- her present and her past. In Painted Words, Marianthe's paintings help her to become less of an outsider as she struggles to adjust to a new language and a new school.
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  •  Mean, Mean Maureen Green

    Mean, Mean Maureen Green

    by Judy Cox Year Published: 2001
    Lilley is worried about being on the school bus with Mean Maureen. Luckily, her new friend Adam has some plans in mind for getting back at the school-bus bully. If only Lilley could ride her new two-wheeler to school, then she wouldn’t take the bus. But she’s scared of falling. Lilley knows she can’t go on being afraid of the bike and the bully. It’s time to stop being a wimp!
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  •  Thank You, Mr. Falker

    Thank You, Mr. Falker

    by Patricia Polacco Year Published: 2012
    Trisha could paint and draw beautifully, but when she looked at words on a page, all she could see was jumble. It took a very special teacher to recognize little Trisha's dyslexia: Mr. Falker, who encouraged her to overcome her reading disability.
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  •  The Berenstain Bears and the Bully

    The Berenstain Bears and the Bully

    by Stan Berenstain Year Published: 1993
    When Sister Bear gets beaten up by Tuffy, the new cub in town, Brother huffs off to set this bully straight. But he's in for a surprise--Tuffy's a little girl, and Brother just can't bring himself to fight her.
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  •  The Girls

    The Girls

    by Amy Goldman Koss Year Published: 2002
    Maya has been part of the group ever since the day Candace asked her if she wanted to "do lunch" in the cafeteria. Yet when Candace suddenly deems her unworthy, Maya's so-called friends just blow her off. While Maya just wants the girls back like they used to be, she knows that can never happen-because whatever Candace wants, Candace gets, no matter who gets hurt.
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  •  Weirdo's War

    Weirdo's War

    by Michael Coleman Year Published: 2011
    Daniel is a gifted loner, Tozer the bully who makes his life a misery. Trapped in a cave, they must work together if they’re to have any hope of escaping. In doing so, they find out plenty about each other – and themselves.
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