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2019-20 Morning Calm Medal Nominees of upper elementary

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The Collectors
West, Jacqueline
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The first in a two-book fantasy adventure from the "New York Times"-bestselling author of The Books of Elsewhere series sweeps readers into a hidden world where wishes are stolen and dreams have a price in this story about friendship, magic, and the gray... [More...]


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Me and Marvin Gardens (Scholastic Gold)
King, Amy Sarig
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In Seoul warehouse

A Printz Honor author (under the name A.S. King) tells the story of a friendship between a young boy and a strange creature that eats plastic that could actually save the world. A "Washington Post" Best Book of the Year and New York Public Library Best Book... [More...]


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Front Desk (Scholastic Gold)
Yang, Kelly
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The Explorer
Rundell, Katherine
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The Science of Breakable Things
Keller, Tae
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An emotionally charged new classic about the science of hope, love, and miracles. Middle schooler Natalie's yearlong assignment to answer a question using the scientific method leads to truths about her mother's depression and her own cultural identity.


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The Science of Breakable Things
Keller, Tae
Paperback: 10% off! $7.99 $7.19 [8,630₩]
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Middle-schooler Natalie's yearlong assignment to answer a question using the scientific method leads to truths about her mother's depression and her own cultural identity in this story about the science of hope, love, and miracles.