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from Random House
Marlene, the title character in Marlene, Marlene, Queen of Mean, is a nasty elementary school girl. When one of Marlene's victims stands up to her, Marlene begins to see that being nice is okay too.
from Sleeping Bear Press
In Memoirs of a Hamster, Seymour the hamster can't resist temptation, and follows the sneaky housecat out of his cage and into the sunroom with a promise of treats.
from Albert Whitman & Company
In A Gluten-Free Birthday for Me!, a young girl prepares for her birthday party but cannot eat traditional birthday cake. With the help of her mother, she prepares a delicious cake for her friends.
from Silver Dolphin Books
Smithsonian Discover: Flight introduces kids to the history and science of flight through 64 illustrated pages, nine paper airplanes to make, 12 fun fact cards, and a double-sided poster.
from Random House
My Pen Pal, Santa tells the story of a little girl who writes monthly letters back and forth with Santa.
from Roaring Brook Press
In the book A Wonderful Year, author and illustrator Nick Bruel takes readers through four seasons with stories of a little girl and all the things she does throughout the year.
from Henry Holt and Company Books for Young Readers
Whale Trails: Before and Now shows how whale-watching boats today are different from whaling boats hundreds of years ago.
from Holiday House
In Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins, a man named Hershel must defeat goblins to restore a village's Hanukkah celebration.
from AMO Publishing
Twinkle Toes is a holiday book by Donna Scott Nusrala that tells the story of a pajama fairy who delivers pajamas to kids who can't sleep on Christmas Eve.
from Abrams Appleseed
Peter Loves Penguin is a picture book by David McPhail that tells the story of two friends: a little boy and his penguin.