by Barry Denenberg In a unique combination of fiction and nonfiction Denenberg presents the true story of the building, launching and sinking of the Titanic.
by Candace Fleming In alternating chapters, Fleming moves back and forth between Amelia’s life and the exhaustive search for her and her missing plane.
by Helen Frost When fourteen-year-olds Wren and Darra meet at a Michigan summer camp, both are overwhelmed by memories from six years earlier when Darra’s father stole a car, unaware that Wren was hiding in the back.
by Jennifer Richard Jacobson Abandoned by his mother in an Acadia National Park campground, Jack tries to make his way back to Boston before anyone figures out what is going on, with only a small toy elephant for company.
by Bobbie Pyron After a car accident strands them at opposite ends of the Blue Ridge Parkway, eleven-year-old Abby and her beloved sheltie Tam overcome months filled with physical and emotional challenges to find their way back to each other.
by Brian Selznick Spanning the fifty years from 1927 to 1977, the stories of Rose and Ben, told respectively through images and words, come together in New York.
by Roland Smith Twelve-year-old Chase Masters travels the country with his father, a “storm runner,” but he is tested in ways he never could have imagined when he and a new friend are caught in a hurricane near St. Petersburg, Florida.
by Diane Stanley From the age of seven when she became scullery maid in a castle, Molly has seen visions of the future which, years later, lead her and friend Tobias on an adventure to keep Alaric, the heir to the throne, safe from a curse.