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The long winter —Wilder, Laura Ingalls, 1867-1957, author.

After an October blizzard, Laura's family moves from the claim shanty into town for the winter, a winter that an Indian has predicted will be seven months of bad weather.

On the banks of Plum Creek —Wilder, Laura Ingalls, 1867-1957, author.

Laura and her family move to Minnesota where they live in a dugout until a new house is built and face misfortunes caused by flood, blizzard, and grasshoppers.

The worm family has its picture taken —Frank, Jennifer (Children's author), author.

"A young worm dresses her family up for a photo, but ultimately comes to appreciate them for who they are."--Provided by publisher.

Here comes the parade! —Dungy, Tony, author.

When they find a lost wallet at the parade, the Dungy children learn an important lesson about telling the truth and doing the right thing.

Arthur's family vacation —Brown, Marc Talon.

Arthur is unhappy about going on vacation with his family, but he shows them how to make the best of a bad situation when they end up stuck in a motel because of rain.

Inkling —Oppel, Kenneth, 1967- author.

The Rylance family is stuck. Dad's got writer's block. Ethan promised to illustrate a group project at school - even though he can't draw. Sarah's still pining for a puppy. And they all miss Mom. So much more than they c...

The getaway —Kinney, Jeff, author, illustrator.

Greg Heffley and his family escape to a tropical island resort for some much-needed rest and relaxation, but sun poisoning, stomach troubles, and venemous creatures all threaten their vacation.

The Penderwicks at last —Birdsall, Jeanne, author.
Book On CD
2018
Availability: 2 of 3

The Penderwick family return to Arundel for Rosalind's wedding, but Lydia, who has only heard stories of the grand estate, is eager to explore the place where her older siblings had endless adventures.

The betrayed —Cass, Kiera, author.

After fleeing Coroa and leaving the memory of her beloved Silas behind, Hollis is unsteadily adjusting to life in Isolte. The Eastoffe family's affection is a balm on her weary spirit, though Etan, a surly cousin with a ...

Low pressure —Brown, Sandra, 1948-
Large Print
2012
Availability: 16 of 18

Basing her bestselling novel on the night her older sister Susan was murdered on a stormy Memorial Day eighteen years earlier, Bellamy Lyston Price, writing under a pseudonym, becomes the target of an unnamed assailant w...

Sleep tight farm : a farm prepares for winter —Doyle, Eugenie, 1952- author.

It is December, and there are many things for the family to do around the farm to get it ready for winter.

Diary of a wimpy kid : the long haul —Kinney, Jeff, author.

The Heffley family road trip starts off full of promise, then quickly takes several wrong turns -- with everything from a fender bender to crazed seagulls -- but even the worst road trip can turn into an adventure, and t...

Two problems for Sophia —Averbeck, Jim, author.

When her family complains about her pet giraffe's loud snoring and sloppy kisses, Sophia finds an engineering solution.

Flipped —Van Draanen, Wendelin.

In alternating chapters, two teenagers describe how their feelings about themselves, each other, and their families have changed over the years.

Dog dreams —MacLachlan, Patricia, author.

Barkus is a large and very clever dog, and Baby is a cat, and together their adventures make life exciting for seven-year-old Nicky and her family. The lovable Barkus and his lucky young owner romp through the pages of t...

The family tree —McPhail, David, 1940-

In the 1800s, a man clearing land in a beautiful forest to build a home leaves one special tree, but many years later the tree is in trouble, and one of the man's descendants enlists a host of animal friends to try to sa...

Betty Bunny wants a goal —Kaplan, Michael B.

When a young rabbit quits soccer after a disappointing first game, her family encourages her to keep trying.

We love you, Rosie! —Rylant, Cynthia, author.

"Rosie is a family dog who goes about her day exploring opposites. No matter what she does, her family always loves her"-- Provided by publisher.

I am thankful —Capozzi, Suzy, author.

Throughout a Thanksgiving Day filled with family and fun, a child finds opportunities to be thankful.

The blessing cup —Polacco, Patricia.

A single china cup from a tea set left behind when Jews were forced to leave Russia helps hold a family together through generations of living in America, reminding them of the most important things in life.

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