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Camp average —Battle, Craig, 1980- author.

"Camp Average is a middle-grade novel that tells the story of a group of 11-year-old boys sharing Cabin 10 at a six-week summer sports camp for boys. The actual name of the place is Camp Avalon, but the kids call it Camp...

Camp Average. Away games —Battle, Craig, 1980- author.

"It's another summer at Camp Avalon--also known as Camp Average to its campers--only this year, things are anything but normal. Mack and Andre are spending the summer at rival Camp Killington, where the competitive campe...

Double foul —Battle, Craig, 1980- author.

"It's a new summer at Camp Avalon-- which Mack and his friends still affectionately call Camp Average. After last season's big baseball victory, camp director Winston wants to continue the winning streak. So he's launche...

The Princess in Black and the bathtime battle —Hale, Shannon, author.

The Princess in Black is in a very stinky situation. A foul cloud is plaguing the goat pasture, and it smells worse than a pile of dirty diapers or a trash can on a hot summer day. But every time the Princess in Black an...

The war of the poor —Vuillard, Éric, author.

"From the award-winning author of The Order of the Day, a powerful account of the German Peasants' War (1524-25) that shows striking parallels to class conflicts of our time. In the sixteenth century, the Protestant Refo...

Defying Hitler : the Germans who resisted Nazi rule —Thomas, Gordon, 1933-2017, author.

"An enthralling work of popular history that vividly resurrects the web of everyday Germans who resisted Nazi rule"-- Provided by publisher.

Riding into battle : Canadian cyclists in the great war —Glenn, Ted, author.

"Since the Boer War, cyclists had been used on the battlefield as light cavalry responsible for reconnaissance, scouting, screening, and communications. The thinking was that the "act of dismounting deprived a cavalry un...

The oyster war : the true story of a small farm, big politics, and the future of wilderness in America —Brennan, Summer, author.

"It all began simply enough. In 1976 the Point Reyes Wilderness Act granted the highest protection in America to more than 33,000 acres of California forest, grassland and shoreline - including Drakes Estero, an estuary ...

The first conspiracy : the secret plot to kill George Washington —Meltzer, Brad, author.

"In 1776, an elite group of soldiers were handpicked to serve as George Washington's bodyguards. Washington trusted them; relied on them. But unbeknownst to Washington, some of them were part of a treasonous plan. In the...

Battle of Britain —Bishop, Patrick (Patrick Joseph)
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2010
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From the bestselling author of Fighter Boys and Bomber Boys, Battle of Britain is a magisterial account of a defining episode in modern British history: the epic struggle of RAF Fighter Command with the Luftwaffe in the ...

The social graces —Rosen, Renée, author.

"A peek behind the curtain at one of the most remarkable feuds in history: Mrs. Vanderbilt and Mrs. Astor's notorious battle for control of New York society during the Gilded Age, from the bestselling author of Park Aven...

The last magic summer : a season with my son : a memoir —Gent, Peter.

Peter Gent grew up in Bangor, Michigan (population 2,000), one of the poorest towns in one of the poorest counties in Michigan. Gent fell in love with sports in Bangor, and eventually left the town for a roller-coaster c...

Supporting reading in grades 6-12 : a guide —Farwell, Sybil M.

"This book presents a curricular framework for students grades 6-12 that school librarians and teachers can use collaboratively to enhance reading skill development, promote literature appreciation, and motivate young pe...

The battle of Junk Mountain —Greenberg, Lauren Abbey, author.

Twelve-year-old Shayne looks forward to spending her summers with her grandmother, but she is disappointed when her best friend is more interested in boys than making bracelets and her grandmother's hobby has become a ho...

At the edge of summer —Brockmole, Jessica, author.
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2016
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The acclaimed author of "Letters from Skye "returns with an extraordinary story of a friendship born of proximity but boundless in the face of separation and war. Luc Crepet is accustomed to his mother s bringing wounded...

Captain Canuck. Season 1, Aleph. —Andrasofszky, Kalman, 1975- author, illustrator.

"Born of the true north and tested in war, Captain Canuck is thrust into battle at the head of the global crisis intervention agency called Equilibrium. He must find his way as warrior, leader, and ultimately, hero to sa...

The comeback : Greg LeMond, the true king of American cycling, and a legendary Tour de France —De Visé, Daniel, author.

In July 1986, Greg LeMond stunned the sporting world by becoming the first American to win the Tour de France, the world's pre-eminent bicycle race, defeating French cycling legend Bernard Hinault. Nine months later, LeM...

Indestructible one man's rescue mission that changed the course of WWII —Bruning, John R., author.
Large Print
2016
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"This little-known WWII story introduces a renegade pilot whose personal mission to rescue his family from a POW camp changed modern air warfare forever. December 1941: Manila is invaded, and US citizen and Philippine Ai...

Eagles at war —Kane, Ben, author.

In the summer of 9 CE, Publius Varus, the Roman governor of Germania, and Lucius Tullus, a centurion garrisoned on the Rhine, march east with three legions. As they prepare to return to their winter quarters, they are lu...

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