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The award is designed for students in grades 3-5 who are ready for longer titles than found on the Monarch list, but not quite ready for the sophistication of some of the Rebecca Caudill titles. Named in honor of Big Bluestem which is the state prairie grass, the award may include both timeless classics and current titles.
No, not the cigarette manufacturer. Jim Carrey has one of his best parts in one of the funniest LGBTQ love stories around – & it’s all true! Co-starring Ewan McGregor.
Home before Dark
by Riley Sager
Maggie grew up in the shadow of her father’s book about living in a haunted house. Will she finally learn the truth after returning to rehab and sell the house? What secrets will she uncover about the town, her parents, and herself?
Rot, the Cutest in the World
by Ben Clanton
Rot is a mutant potato who enters a “cutest in the world” competition. That’s really all that needs to be said about this subtly sweet and funny read aloud. One of my all-time favorites!
by Daphne du Maurier
A gray, stone mansion on the Cornish Coast is the backdrop for the young bride, Mrs. Maxin de Winter; the sinister house keeper, Mrs. Danvers; and the late and beautiful Rebecca. Delve into the shattering truth of Rebecca…and Maxin de Winter.
A unique take on life’s big questions from a scientist who was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at age eight.
Me & Mama
by Cozbi A. Cabrera
A heartwarming tale of quiet moments shared between a mother and daughter during a rainy morning while the rest of the family members sleep in. Told from the little girl’s point of view, it’s a great read to be shared by mother and daughter.
The Coen Brothers’ best is this modern day Western, with drug cartel angel of death Javier Bardem relentlessly chasing down money-grabber Josh Brolin through the Tex-Mex badlands; from the novel by Cormac McCarthy.