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Blackwater

by Eve Bunting

Thirteen-year-old Brodie Lynch was ready for the perfect summer of adventure along the awesome Blackwater River. That was before everything changed forever. When a harmless prank goes too far, the unthinkable happens. Brodie's lies make him a hero, but inside, his guilt tears at him like the treacherous current of the Blackwater itself, which has become a horrifying reminder of his part in the tragedy. In this gripping new coming-of-age novel, a young boy is faced with a choice between right and wrong and ultimately learns that truth can offer hope in even the darkest moments. 01-02 Golden Sower Award Masterlist (YA Cat.) 2000 Quick Picks for Young Adults (Recomm. Books for Reluctant Young Readers)

The Bones of Fred McFee

by Eve Bunting

A rhyming story about a toy skeleton at Halloween that provides menace and mystery.

The Butterfly House

by Eve Bunting

When the little girl saves a tiny caterpillar from a hungry jay, her grandfather helps her make a butterfly house to keep it safe. They decorate it with colorful flowers and leaves, and the girl watches over the larva as it transforms from caterpillar, to chrysalis, to butterfly. All too soon, it is time to set it free. But even as the years pass, and the young girl grows old, something amazing happens each spring. Butterflies come to her garden -- filling the air like autumn leaves! Could they be coming back to return the kindness that the little girl had shown so long ago?

Cheyenne Again

by Eve Bunting

"The Indian in us must disappear, they say. It must be tamed. " In the late 1880s, ten-year-old Young Bull is sent to boarding school to learn the white man's ways. Eve Bunting's sensitive and poetic text recreates an experience shared by many Native American children in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Irving Toddy's dramatic paintings capture the beauty and color of the world Young Bull has left behind- and the vivid memories he preserves in his ledger drawings.

Christmas Cricket

by Eve Bunting

In a California garden on a rainy night, Cricket feels small and worthless. He hops up some steps and finds himself in a place filled with light and warmth and a tall, sparkling tree. He begins to sing but is scared into silence by two voices, one big and one small. It is then that he makes a marvelous discovery. Eve Bunting's text is filled with her customary tenderness and charm, and Timothy Bush has captured its mood in his luminous illustrations. Together they create a memorable holiday book about a cricket who discovers that though he may be small, he is not insignificant.

The Days of Summer

by Eve Bunting

[from the dust jacket] "It just doesn't happen. Grandparents don't get divorced. Do they? Nora and Jo-Jo are stunned by their grandparents' decision. They try to think of ways to make Grandma and Grandpa stay together, but their efforts seem hopeless. As the days of summer pass, Nora is in despair. Change is hard, and she doesn't like it. Then, on one special visit to her grandparents' house, Nora learns that honesty and love can make even the most difficult changes easier to understand."

A Day's Work

by Eve Bunting

Francisco, a young Mexican American boy, tries to help his Mexican grandfather find work. The old man cannot speak English and knows nothing about gardening, but Francisco talks fast and gets him hired as a gardener. The resulting mistakes teach Francisco an important lesson about honesty.

A Day's Work

by Eve Bunting Ronald Himler

Francisco, a young Mexican-American boy, helps his grandfather find work as a gardener, even though the old man cannot speak English and knows nothing about gardening.

Ducky

by Eve Bunting

When a violent ocean storm causes a crate holding assorted plastic tub toys -- including one resilient little duck -- to wash overboard, the course of Ducky's life alters drastically. This engaging story based on a real event includes an author's note.

Finn Mccool and the Great Fish

by Eve Bunting

Finn McCool was a mythological giant, strong and kind, "but not terrible smart . . . a bit of a turnip head." A wise man tells Finn about a great fish that possesses the wisdom of the world. He instructs Finn to catch and eat the fish and the wisdom will be his. Once caught, Finn can't bring himself to kill the great fish after all. But he is able to gain the salmon's knowledge another way, and ever after earn the respect of the townspeople for not only his strength and kind heart, but also his wisdom. Eve Bunting's writing is rich with the lilt of her Irish heritage, and this tender retelling is perfect for children. Zachary Pullen's fanciful artwork brings this gentle giant to life against the lush backdrop of Ireland's countryside.

Flower Garden

by Eve Bunting

An urban African-American girl and her father buy plants, potting soil, and a window box at the supermarket, ride the bus to their apartment, and put together a colorful gift for the child's mother. Rhyming verse carries the brief story, while wonderful, warm, full-color illustrations present scenes from novel angles, and depict a loving family with a sense of intimacy, sincerity, and joy. --School Library Journal Image descriptions present.

Flower Garden

by Eve Bunting Kathryn Hewitt

Follow the progress of a little girl and her father as they purchase "a garden," and board the bus to carry it home. The pansies, tulips, daffodils, geraniums, and daisies are lovingly planted in a window box, and the candles on the cake are lighted--just as Mom walks in the door to find her daughter, her husband, and her birthday surprise.

Flower Garden

by Eve Bunting Kathryn Hewitt

Follow the progress of a little girl and her father as they purchase "a garden," and board the bus to carry it home. The pansies, tulips, daffodils, geraniums, and daisies are lovingly planted in a window box, and the candles on the cake are lighted--just as Mom walks in the door to find her daughter, her husband, and her birthday surprise.

Fly Away Home

by Eve Bunting

A homeless boy who lives in an airport with his father, moving from terminal to terminal trying not to be noticed, is given hope when a trapped bird finally finds its freedom.

Frog's Flying Adventure (I Am A Reader! Series)

by Eve Bunting Josee Masse

Frog finds a flower and tries to keep it alive, flies on his seagull friend's back, and gets help from his friends when he has trouble falling asleep.

Girls A To Z

by Eve Bunting

"Chris is a computer whiz she's online every day. ... Rosie races racing cars, Sal sells gasoline. ..." Other books by this author are available in this library.

Gleam and Glow

by Eve Bunting

It's too dangerous to stay any longer--the war is coming closer. Viktor, little Marina, and Mama must pack what they can carry and flee their home. As they trudge beside the other refugees, Viktor worries about what lies ahead, and what he's left behind--his room, his books, the fish Marina loves so much. Even worse, his papa is off fighting with the Liberation Army and doesn't know they've left home. How will Papa ever find them now? Inspired by real events, master storyteller Eve Bunting recounts the harrowing yet hopeful story of a family, a war--and a dazzling discovery.

Going Home [Grade 5]

by Eve Bunting David Diaz

NIMAC-sourced textbook

The Hideout

by Eve Bunting

Andy is unhappy with his mother and new stepfather. So when he finds a key to a rich tower suite in a hotel, he runs away. He hide in this suite for awhile, trying to find his father in England. When he cannot find his father, he makes up a plan to fake his own kidnapping. However, a few surprises await him.

How Many Days to America? A Thanksgiving Story

by Eve Bunting

Refugees from a Caribbean island embark on a dangerous boat trip to America where they have a special reason to celebrate Thanksgiving.

Hurry! Hurry!

by Eve Bunting

Rooster is spreading the word: "Hurry! Hurry!" The crowd gets bigger, faster, and noisier as all the animals follow Rooster, arriving at the peaceful barn just in time to greet the tiniest member of the farm family as he pecks his way out of his egg. Now in a board book edition, Eve Bunting's simple, energetic text and Jeff Mack's vibrant illustrations come together in a joyful, welcoming book that's perfect for preschoolers.

I Have an Olive Tree

by Eve Bunting

After her grandfather's death, eight-year-old Sophia fulfills his last request and journeys to Greece with her mother to see the land where her roots are.

Is Anybody There?

by Eve Bunting

Is anybody there?For Marcus Mullen, being a latchkey kid is no bigdeal. Every day after school, he picks up his key from it's hiding place in the oak tree in the yard, and spends the afternoon working on his bike or cooking dinner for his mom and himself. It's been like that ever since his father died, and Marcus has never minded -- until the day his key isn't there. That's noly the begining. Food disapppearing. Clocks and flashlights vanish. Suddenly nothing feels safe and comfortable anymore. Is anybody really there? Marcus knows he has to find out -- ans soon!

Jin Woo

by Eve Bunting Chris K. Soentpiet

David likes his family the way it has always been, just him and Mom and Dad. He never wanted to be a big brother. And he certainly didn't want Jin Woo, the little baby from Korea, to join the family. Now Jin Woo is getting all the attention, and David feels as if no one cares about him anymore. But then a surprising letter helps him to understand that being a brother can mean being surrounded with more love than ever.Eve Bunting and Chris Soentpiet bring the same deep emotion that distinguished their previous collaboration, So Far from the Sea, to this moving story of an adoptive family that has love to spare.

Jumping the Nail

by Eve Bunting

At seventeen, Dru gets involved with the latest high school stunt-leaping between deadly cliffs into the ocean far below. Things get out of hand as manipulative relationships and resulting jealousies cause more students to risk their lives.

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