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Two can keep a secret —McManus, Karen M., author.

While true-crime afficionado Ellery and her twin brother are staying with their grandmother in a Vermont community known for murder, a new friend goes missing and Ellery may be next.

Theo Thesaurus : the dinosaur who loved big words —Johannes, Shelli R., author.

A little dinosaur who loves using big, impressive vocabulary is initially misunderstood by classmates at a new school, before reassurance by new friends helps him realize that there are other ways to make connections.

Pop —Korman, Gordon.

Lonely after a midsummer move to a new town, sixteen-year-old high-school quarterback Marcus Jordan becomes friends with a retired professional linebacker who is great at training him, but whose childish behavior keeps M...

Amara and the bats —Reynolds, Emma, 1988- author, illustrator.

Amara loves bats, so when she learns there are none near her new home due to habitat loss, she overcomes her feelings of helplessness and inspires her community to take action. Includes facts about bats and bat houses.

Indian no more —McManis, Charlene Willing, 1953-2018, author.

Regina Petit's family has always been Umpqua, and living on the Grand Ronde reservation is all ten-year-old Regina has ever known. Her biggest worry is that Sasquatch may actually exist out in the forest. But when the fe...

Ten beautiful things —Griffin, Molly Beth, author.

Lily is moving into her grandmother's farm in Iowa, and she is sad about all the changes necessary in her life--but on the long drive her grandmother challenges her to find ten beautiful things that they can share togeth...

No vacancy —Cohen, Tziporah, 1967- author.

Buying and moving into the run-down Jewel Motor Inn in upstate New York wasn't eleven-year-old Miriam Brockman's dream, but at least it's an adventure. Miriam befriends Kate, whose grandmother owns the diner next door, a...

Insignificant events in the life of a cactus —Bowling, Dusti, author.

New friends and a mystery help Aven, thirteen, adjust to middle school and life at a dying western theme park in a new state, where her being born armless presents many challenges.

Absolutely Truly —Frederick, Heather Vogel.

"Twelve-year-old Truly Lovejoy's family moves to a small town to take over a bookstore. Soon, she has to solve two mysteries involving a missing book and an undelivered letter"-- Provided by publisher.

My bright friend —Boulerice, Simon, 1982- author.

"In this translated picture book, a young boy meets a new friend who helps him cope with his parents' separation."-- Provided by publisher.

Finding home —Kingsbury, Karen, author.

For Ashley, moving to Bloomington, Indiana, is especially hard but with time, prayer, a few surprises, and especially the love of her family, she finally feels at home.

Be the girl : a novel —Tucker, K. A. (Kathleen A.), 1978- author.

Almost sixteen-year-old Aria Jones is starting over. New postal code, new last name, new rules. But she doesn't mind, because it means she can leave her painful regrets behind. In the bustling town of Eastmonte, she can ...

A house for hermit crab —Carle, Eric.

A hermit crab who has outgrown his old shell moves into a new one, which he decorates and enhances with the various sea creatures he meets in his travels. Poor Hermit Crab! He's outgrown his snug little shell and has to ...

Ttfn —Myracle, Lauren, 1969-

Now high school juniors, Zoe, Maddie, and Angela continue to share "instant messages" with one another as one of them experiments with marijuana, another gets her first boyfriend, and the third moves three thousand miles...

Klawde : Evil Alien Warlord Cat —Marciano, Johnny, author.

Klawde, the exiled ruler of the planet Lyttyrboks, and Raj, who just moved from Brooklyn to tiny Elba, Oregon, forge an unlikely friendship as they find their footing in a strange new world.

Roll with it —Sumner, Jamie, author.

Twelve-year-old Ellie, who has cerebral palsy, finds her life transformed when she moves with her mother to small-town Oklahoma to help care for her grandfather, who has Alzheimer's Disease.

Alexander, who's not (do you hear me? I mean it!) going to move —Viorst, Judith.

Angry Alexander refuses to move away if it means having to leave his favorite friends and special places.

Bad bye, good bye —Underwood, Deborah, author.

Illustrations and simple, rhyming text follow a family as they move to a new town.

Goodbye, old house —Wild, Margaret, 1948- author.

A child moves from the country to the city, saying goodbye to her old house and its memories and hello to new experiences in a new house.

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