Animal Ark

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Animal stories:
Cleary, Beverly. Ribsy. (AR 5.0)
Cleary, Beverly. Socks. (AR 5.2)
Dale, Jenny. Double Trouble. (AR 4.5)
Dale, Jenny. Star Paws. (AR 3.9)
Dale, Jenny. Teacher’s Pet. (AR 4.7)
Dale, Jenny. Tug of Love. (AR 4.5)
DiCamillo, Kate. Because of Winn Dixie. (AR 3.9)
Henry, Marguerite. Brighty of the Grand Canyon. (AR 5.6)
Henry, Marguerite. Misty’s Twilight. (AR 5.4)
King-Smith, Dick. Sophie Hits Six.
King-Smith, Dick. Sophie’s Snail.
King-Smith, Dick. Sophie’s Tom.
Little, Jean. Birdie For Now. (AR 3.8)
Naylor, Phyllis Reynolds. Saving Shiloh. (AR 4.9)
Naylor, Phyllis Reynolds. Shiloh. (AR 4.4)
Naylor, Phyllis Reynolds. Shiloh Season. (AR 4.8)
Sewell, Anna. Black Beauty. (AR 7.7)
Wallace, Bill. A Dog Called Kitty. (AR 4.2)

Animal stories with a bit of fantasy:
Cleary, Beverly. The Mouse and the Motorcycle. (AR 5.1)
Cleary, Beverly. Ralph S. Mouse. (AR 5.1)
Howe, Deborah. Bunnicula. (AR 4.2)
Howe, James. Bunnicula Strikes Again. (AR 4.8)
King-Smith, Dick. Babe, The Gallant Pig. (AR 5.6)
King-Smith, Dick. The Catlady. (AR 5.4)
King-Smith, Dick. The Hodgeheg. (AR 5.2)
King-Smith, Dick. Three Terrible Trins. (AR 5.1)
Potter, Beatrix. The Tale of Peter Rabbit. (AR 4.2)
White, E.B. Charlotte’s Web. (AR 4.4)
White, E.B. Trumpet of the Swan. (AR 4.9)

Family stories that end happily:
Enright, Elizabeth. Gone-Away Lake. (AR 5.3)
Enright, Elizabeth. Return to Gone-Away. (AR 5.8)
Estes, Eleanor. The Moffats. (AR 5.2)
Estes, Eleanor. The Middle Moffat. (AR 4.6)
Estes, Eleanor. Ginger Pye. (AR 6.0)
Estes, Eleanor. Rufus M. (AR 5.2)
Hill, Kirkpatrick. Toughboy and Sister. (AR 4.8)
Hill, Kirkpatrick. Winter Camp. (AR 5.0)
MacLachlan, Patricia. Arthur, for the Very First Time. (AR 4.2)
MacLachlan, Patricia. Baby. (AR 4.0)
MacLachlan, Patricia. Grandfather’s Dance. (AR 3.1)
MacLachlan, Patricia. Sarah, Plain and Tall. (AR 3.4)
MacLachlan, Patricia. Skylark. (AR 3.2)
Nesbit, Edith. Five Children and It. (AR 5.7)
Nesbit, Edith. The Railway Children. (AR 5.5)

Historical fiction:
Carter, Anne Laurel. Elizabeth: Bless This House. (AR 3.9)
Ellis, Deborah. Keeley: The Girl from Turtle Mountain. (AR 4.5)
Kositsky, Lynne. Rachel: Certificate of Freedom. (AR 4.9)
Lawson, Julie. Emily: Across the James Bay Bridge.
McKay, Sharon E. Penelope: The Glass Castle. (AR 3.8)
Taylor, Cora. Angelique: Buffalo Hunt. (AR 4.8)
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. Little House on the Prairie. (AR 4.9)
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. Little Town on the Prairie. (AR 5.4)

White, Ruth. Buttermilk Hill. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2004.
During the early 1970s,  Piper grows up divided between her father, with his new wife and new stepsons, and her mother, who is going back to school to become a teacher. She spends time with her friends and relatives. She writes poetry. And she learns to follow her own dreams. [Historical fiction; Friendship; Family life; Divorce; North Carolina; Poets]

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