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Harris and Me
(Gary Paulsen)
Junior Fiction (157 pages) Recommended for Grades 5-9. Sent to live with relatives on their farm because of his unhappy home life, an eleven-year-old city boy meets his distant cousin Harris and is given an introduction to a whole new world. [Kit added 03/2011]
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Hatchet
(Gary Paulsen)
Junior Fiction (195 pages) Recommended for Grades 5-12. After a plane crash, thirteen-year-old Brian spends fifty-four days in the wilderness, learning to survive with only the aid of a hatchet given him by his mother, and learning also to survive his parents' divorce. [Kit added 11/2012]
Genre(s):
Fiction

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195 p

Kit Level: Kids

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Heat
(Mike Lupica)
Junior Fiction (220 pages) Recommended for Grades 6-9. Pitching prodigy Michael Arroyo is on the run from social services after being banned from playing Little League baseball because rival coaches doubt he is only twelve years old and he has no parents to offer them proof. [Kit added 11/2011]
Genre(s):
Fiction

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220 p

Kit Level: Kids

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Hippos are huge
(London, Jonathan, )
Juvenile Non-Fiction (29 pages) Recommended for Grades K-3. Overview: Hippos may make you laugh, but watch out! An acclaimed naturalist takes an exuberant look at these massive, swift, and super dangerous animals. What's the deadliest animal in Africa? It's not the lion or the crocodile-it's the hippopotamus! Hippos have razor-sharp tusks, weigh as much as fifty men, and can run twenty-five miles per hour! Follow these hefty hulks as they glide underwater, play tug-of-war, swat balls of dung at one another, and nuzzle their young in the mud. Just don't get too close-they could chomp you in two! [Kit added 1/2018]
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Nonfiction


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Homework Machine, The
(Dan Gutman)
Junior Fiction (146 pages) Recommended for Grades 4-6. Four fifth-grade students, a geek, a class clown, a teacher's pet, and a slacker, as well as their teacher and mothers, each relate events surrounding a computer programmed to complete homework assignments. [Kit added 09/2009]
Genre(s):
Fiction

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146 p

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How to Eat Fried Worms
(Thomas Rockwell)
Junior Fiction (128 pages) Recommended for Grades 4-7. Because of a bet, Billy is in the uncomfortable position of having to eat fifteen worms in fifteen days. The worms are readily supplied by his opponent, whose motto seems to be the bigger and juicier the better! [Kit added 10/2011]
Genre(s):
Fiction

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128 p

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How to Train Your Dragon
(Cressida Cowell)
Junior Fiction (214 pages) Recommended for Grades 4-6. Chronicles the adventures and misadventures of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third as he tries to pass the important initiation test of his Viking clan, the Tribe of the Hairy Hooligans, by catching and training a dragon. [Kit added 03/2011]
Genre(s):
Fiction

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214 p

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