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Cut From the Same Cloth: American Women of Myth, Legend, and Tall Tale

by Robert D. San Souci

This book is a collection of twenty stories about legendary American women, drawing from folktales, popular stories, and ballads.

Cyberbullying

by Frank W. Baker Heather E. Schwartz

If a classmate sends threatening e-mails to you, do you know what to do? Don't worry if you don't. This book is here to help! Learn tech-savvy ways to keep bullies out of your technology without taking away all the fun!

The Cybil War

by Betsy Byars

Young love, told by the Newbery Medal-winning author of Summer of the Swans Simon is in fifth grade, and every time he sees Cybil Ackerman, his heart pounds. Falling in love with her was easy, but winning her is not. Simon's best friend, Tony, is also swooning over Cybil, and he'll stop at nothing to ruin Simon's chances of impressing her. When Simon realizes what Tony is up to, the war is on. . . but only Cybil can decide the outcome. Who will be the lucky winner of Cybil's heart? "Young love, fifth-grade variety, portrayed with warmth and humor and that extra, penetrating touch one expects of Byars. "-Kirkus Reviews An ALA Notable Book .

The Cynthia Lord Collection: Rules, Touch Blue, Half A Chance

by Cynthia Lord

This new collection of Cynthia Lord's middle grade novels includes RULES, TOUCH BLUE, and HALF A CHANCE. These are stories of family, friendship, and hope.<P> In RULES, all Catherine wants is a "normal" life, and having a brother with autism makes that seem nearly impossible.<P> To save the local schoolhouse in TOUCH BLUE, the town decides to increase the number of students by having several families take in foster children.<P> When Lucy's family moves to an old house on a lake in HALF A CHANCE, she tries to see her new home through her camera's lens.

Cyrano de Bergerac: An Heroic Comedy in Five Acts

by Edmond Rostand

In Paris, in the year 1640, a brilliant poet and swordsman named Cyrano de Bergerac finds himself deeply in love with his beautiful, intellectual cousin Roxane.

D Is for Drama

by Jo Whittemore

A lead role means lots of drama in this sparkling story of one tween's efforts to shine in the spotlight. Sunny Kim is done with one-line roles at Carnegie Arts Academy--she's ready for the lead. But even after a summer of studying with an acting coach, Sunny doesn't snag the role of Mary Poppins in her school's upcoming production. Unfortunately, her entire family mistakenly thinks otherwise, including her former-actress mother. Desperate for a solution, Sunny convinces her theater adviser to let her produce a one-woman show. But when the rest of her friends find out--the friends that never seem to make the playbill either--they all want to join in. Before long, Sunny is knee-deep in curtains, catfights, and chorus lines as her one-woman work turns into a staging of the hit musical Wicked. And when a terrible misunderstanding pits the entire cast against Sunny, can the show--and Sunny's future acting career--be saved in time for opening night?

D, My Name Is Danita

by Norma Fox Mazer

Danita knows that nobody's perfect, but it's never easy to admit that might include your own parents Danita's parents love to remind their daughter that she weighed less than a loaf of bread when she was born, but now that she's almost fourteen and perfectly healthy, Danita really wishes they'd give her some space. Obviously still in love and completely devoted to their family, even Danita's best friend, Laredo, thinks Mr. and Mrs. Merritt are the ideal parents, but Danita can't help wanting them to focus on anything--or anyone--else. Danita's wish is about to come true, but is it more than she bargained for?

The Da Vinci Notebooks

by Emma Dickens

Towering across time as the creator of the Mona Lisa, forever famous as a sculptor and inventor, Leonardo da Vinci was one of the greatest minds of both the Italian Renaissance and Western civilization. His keen scientific imagination and, most of all, his aesthetic and creative genius have forever changed the course of our culture. Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code and recent in-depth biographies have stimulated renewed interest in da Vinci and his complex and inquiring intelligence. He is a challenging figure easily defined only by his great works, but this revealing selection of sketches, diagrams, and writings from his notebooks is a beautiful and varied record of da Vinci's theories and observations. They embrace not only art but also architecture, town planning, engineering, naval warfare, music, medicine, mathematics, science, and philosophy. The notebooks-a treasure trove of unparalleled ingenuity, curiosity, and creative energy-have inspired readers for centuries. The Da Vinci Notebooks is the perfect introduction to the mysteries of a master artist.

Daddy-Long-Legs

by Jean Webster Ann M. Martin

An orphaned girl named Judy Abbott and an unknown, unseen benefactor who sends her to college and whom she refers to as "Daddy-Long-Legs" are the two principals in this immensely popular modern-day fairy tale. Told through Judy's letters and illustrated by her own quaint drawings, DADDY-LONG-LEGS is a profound and tender homage to the power of awakening love. From the Hardcover edition.

Daddy Long-Legs: A Comedy in Four Acts

by Jean Webster

A trustee of the John Grier orphanage has offered to send Judy Abbott to college. The only requirements are that she must write to him every month and that she can never know who he is. Judy's life at college is a whirlwind of friends, classes, parties and a growing friendship with the handsome Jervis Pendleton. With so much happening in her life, Judy can scarcely stop writing to 'Daddy-Long-Legs', or wondering who her mysterious benefactor is...

Daddy's Climbing Tree

by C. S. Adler

[From the front dust jacket flap:] "How could Daddy be dead? Jessica refuses to believe that her lovable, funny, teddy-bear father could vanish from the world with the speed of a hit-and-run accident. She goes to the funeral and stands by while visitors offer sympathy, but she's convinced that Daddy is still alive. He must be back at the big farmhouse in Oldminesville, from which they just moved. Taking her little brother Tycho with her, Jessica sets out to find her father. As the long trip across the state park wears on, though, she begins to wonder whether this is the right thing to do. But she has to be sure. Where else would Daddy go but back to the house where he grew up, with the climbing tree towering over the yard? In this touching and compassionate story, C.S. Adler evokes the tremendous pain and grief that come with losing a parent, as well as the strong love needed for healing and ultimate acceptance." Look for more books by C. S. Adler, an author who understands how kids feel and handle their good and bad times like: The Lump in the Middle, Tuna Fish Thanksgiving, Willie, The Frog Prince, More Than A Horse, and One Unhappy Horse.

Daddy's Little Angel (Bedeviled)

by Shani Petroff J. David Mckenney

"Mom always said my dad is the devil. I never knew she meant it literally!" All Angel's father (a.k.a. the Devil) wants is to be a part of her life. And in return he has the power to give her anything she wants--including popularity and a date with her long-time crush, Cole Daniels. But Angel will only accept him on her terms: get out of the devil business and leave his special powers out of the equation. Is Angel condemning herself to an eternity of lunch at the losers' table? Or can she and Daddy Dearest strike some kind of deal? Download quiz scoring key

The Dagger X

by Brian Eames

Kitto's adventure continues in the suspenseful sequel to The Dagger Quick, which School Library Journal called a "quest perfect for landlubbers and pirate aficionados alike."On the high seas of the Caribbean in the 1600s, a twelve-year-old boy, Kitto, stands wrongly accused of his father's murder and is forced into adulthood too quickly as he tries to prove his innocence. After a brutal shark attack, Kitto must take refuge on a forsaken island that holds a store of valuable nutmeg, with its power to make men as rich as kings. When he encounters the notorious Alexandre Exquemelin, known as X, he discovers a dark secret about his own past and identity. Will the events of Kitto's past determine his fate, or will he have the courage to forge his own destiny? A tale of friends and fiends, good and evil, pirates and predators, and the thrill of the high seas, The Dagger X is an exciting adventure and classic story of the search for manhood and identity.

The Dagger X (The Dagger Chronicles #2)

by Brian Eames

Kitto's adventure continues in the suspenseful sequel to The Dagger Quick, which School Library Journal called a "quest perfect for landlubbers and pirate aficionados alike." On the high seas of the Caribbean in the 1600s, a twelve-year-old boy, Kitto, stands wrongly accused of his father's murder and is forced into adulthood too quickly as he tries to prove his innocence. After a brutal shark attack, Kitto must take refuge on a forsaken island that holds a store of valuable nutmeg, with its power to make men as rich as kings. When he encounters the notorious Alexandre Exquemelin, known as X, he discovers a dark secret about his own past and identity. Will the events of Kitto's past determine his fate, or will he have the courage to forge his own destiny? A tale of friends and fiends, good and evil, pirates and predators, and the thrill of the high seas, The Dagger X is an exciting adventure and classic story of the search for manhood and identity.

Daily Language Review (Grade 5)

by Evan-Moor

This book is divided into 36 weekly sections. Each weekly unit provides daily assessment activities.

Daisies in Winter

by Alexi Natchev Louise Orlando

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Daisy and the Girl Scouts

by Fern Brown Marie Dejohn

In this fascinating biography of Juliette Gordon Low, who loved to be called Daisy, readers will learn about her Civil War childhood, her almost complete hearing loss, and her unhappy married life. Most importantly, they will learn about the sense of purpose that drove Juliette Low to found the Girl Scouts of the United States of America--an organization that helped break down cultural restrictions placed on young girls living in the early 1900s.

Daisy and the Spring Dance (Growing Up Daisy #6)

by Marci Peschke

When Daisy became student council president, she asked Principal Johnson to let the fourth grade hold a spring dance and he said yes! Now it's time to plan the dance and Daisy needs help. Blanca suggests holding a contest to pick the theme. The contest is a success, but will everyone come together to make it happen? Or will the Spring Dance be a major disaster? Grades 2-5.

Daisy Chains

by Sandra Byrd

Kylie Peterson and Rachel Cohen become fast friends when both are invited to help out with a wedding. Kylie's cousin Jed is marrying Rachel's cousin Davina, and Jed asks the girls to help with the flowers. But of more interest to the girls is the fact that the bride's family is Jewish and the groom is not. This difference in religion leads both Kylie and Rachel to explore their own beliefs. Kylie figures she was born a Christian, like the rest of her family, but she starts to question that assumption as she learns about Davina's faith and belief in Jesus. Meanwhile, Rachel is hurt--did Davina stop being Jewish when she became a Messianic believer? The girls hope to discover the truth for themselves, but what will that mean for their families?"I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes: first for the Jew, then for the Gentile. " Romans 1:16

Daisy Has The Holiday Blues (Growing Up Daisy #5)

by Marci Peschke

Navidad is Daisy's favorite holiday. Daisy is on a mission to get everyone the perfect present. She's written a list and gathered her money. Just when she is ready to buy her presents, the Martinez family gets some bad news. The news and losing the class-door decorating contest gives Daisy the holiday blues! Will Christmas be ruined this year?

Daisy (The Puppy Place #38)

by Ellen Miles

Charles is so happy to be fostering Daisy, the cutest Boston terrier. She loves being around people and even other dogs. But when Daisy is left alone, she chews things up. And Charles can't stay with her all the time. Will he be able to help this puppy find a new home?

Daisy's Fall Festival (Growing Up Daisy #4)

by Marci Peschke

It's time for the Townsend Elementary Annual Fall Festival! Each class picks a theme, decorates their room, and entertains their friends and families while earning money for the school. Madison has declared room 210 will be having a bake sale, but Daisy doesn't think that idea will make their room very popular. Can Daisy convince the class her superstar idea will be fun for everyone? Grades 2-5.

Daisy's Field Trip Adventure (Growing Up Daisy #3)

by Marci Peschke

Daisy's 4th grade class is going on a field trip to see an Egypt exhibit. Daisy is nervous because her grandmother is coming along as a chaperone and Daisy is afraid all her classmates will laugh at her.

Dale Earnhardt Sr.

by Matt Christopher Glenn Stout

Dale Earnhardt, Sr. first broke onto the racing scene in 1979, when he was named Rookie of the Year. In the more than 20 years that followed, his daring driving style earned him several top honors, including his proudest moment, a victory at Daytona. On February 18th, 2001, Earnhardt had been racing in the Daytona 500, when in the final lap, he had a fatal crash. While other drivers have come and gone, the face of Dale Earnhardt, Sr., with his handlebar moustache and wide grin, will always be the face of NACAR. Get to know a legend.

Dale Earnhardt Sr. (Legends in Sports)

by Matthew F Christopher

Dale Earnhardt, Sr. first broke onto the racing scene in 1979, when he was named Rookie of the Year. In the more than 20 years that followed, his daring driving style earned him several top honors, including his proudest moment, a victory at Daytona. On February 18th, 2001, Earnhardt had been racing in the Daytona 500, when in the final lap, he had a fatal crash. While other drivers have come and gone, the face of Dale Earnhardt, Sr. , with his handlebar moustache and wide grin, will always be the face of NACAR. Get to know a legend.

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