Bestsellers

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Bestsellers


Tabor, Kim, Teacher Librarian


                                                         Grade   Last
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FICTION:
 1. Harry Potter and the half-blood prince.
    J. K. Rowling. Scholastic/Arthur A. Levine.
    0-439-78454-9.                                        J/S      1
 2. Eldest: Inheritance, book 2. Christopher Paolini.
    Knopf. 0-375-82670-X.                                 J/S      4
 3. Harry Potter and the order of the phoenix.
    J. K. Rowling. Scholastic/Arthur A. Levine.
    0-439-35806-X.                                        J/S      5
 4. Peter and the shadow thieves. Dave Barry and
    Ridley Pearson. Ill. Greg Call. Disney Editions.
    0-7868-3787-X.                                         E      --
 5. A series of unfortunate events #13: The end-too
    dreadful to picture. Lemony Snicket. Ill. Brett
    Helquist. HarperCollins. 0-06-441016-1.               J/S     --
 6. The miraculous journey of Edward Tulane.
    Kate Dicamillo. Ill. Bagram Ibatoulline.
    Candlewick. 0-7636-2589-2.                             J       2
 7. Inkspell. Cornelia Funke. Scholastic/                 J/S      7
    Chicken House. 0-439-55400-4.
 8. Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone.
    J. K. Rowling. Scholastic/Arthur A. Levine.
    0-590-35340-3.                                        J/S      8
 9. Ark angel: An Alex Rider adventure. Anthony
    Horowitz. Philomel. 0-399-24152-3.                    J/S     --
10. Criss cross. Lynne Rae Perkins. Greenwillow.
    0-06-009272-6.                                         J       9

NONFICTION:
 1. The 7 habits of highly effective teens.
    Sean Covey. Fireside. 0-684-85609-3.                  J/S      2
 2. The care and keeping of you: The body book for
    girls. Valorie Schaefer. Pleasant. 1-56247-666-1.      J       1
 3. Philadelphia chickens: A too-illogical zoological
    musical review. Sandra Boynton. Workman.
    0-7611-2636-8.                                        E/J      5
 4. The Motley Fool investment guide for teens:
    8 steps to having more money than your parents
    ever dreamed of. David Gardner, Tom Gardner, and
    Selena Maranjian. Fireside. 0-7432-2996-7.            J/S     --
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