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Kids' Fiction

Kids' Fiction

You can find a great list of new kids' fiction on the library's New, Best & Fun page. And you'll find the New, Best & Fun page tabbed on the catalog.
The Kids' Fiction list is full of fun, with adventures, mysteries and funny books for the young reader. Heather Vogel Frederick has written "Absolutely Truly," a middle grade mystery about a girl who finds an undelivered letter stuck in a valuable first edition at the bookshop her family owns. Another book with a female protagonist is "The Good, The Bad & The Beagle" by Catherine Lloyd Burns, about a year in the life of a well-off but insecure eleven-year-old in Manhattan. All children, and especially girls, will enjoy "The Girls Of Gettysburg" by Bobbi Miller. It's a well-researched historical novel about the Battle of Gettysburg as seen through the eyes of three different young women. For younger children who want a more current theme, "Zombie Elementary: The real story" might be just the ticket.
You'll find plenty of titles on the list for various reading levels and interests. Take a look. Place your holds. Check it out!