Lucy knows that kissing Tom Lemmings behind the ball shed will make her a legend. But she doesn’t count on that quick cl... More
Before Stinkville, Alice didn’t think albinism—or the blindness that goes with it—was a big deal. Sure, she uses a magni... More
Lucy and her pack are back, in this sequel to Beth Vrabel’s heartwarming and humorous debut, Pack of Dorks. Sheldon conv... More
Richie "Ryder" Raymond has a gift. He can find the punchline in any situation, even in his limited vision and prosthetic... More
Noah is not having a good year. His mom is in prison, he's living with his mom's boyfriend—who he's sure is just waiting... More
Lucy is ready to be a superhero! Lucy loves her best friends-her pack of dorks. But this year, everyone in the pack... More
On the last day of middle school, five kids who couldn't be more different commit separate pranks, each sure they won't ... More
Twelve-year-old Caleb is shorter, frailer and more protected than most kids his age. That's because he has cystic fibros... More
The first eight years of Penelope McGee's education have been a curriculum in humiliation. From her kindergarten self-po... More
Shortly after Nellie Murrow, named for one of the fiercest journalists who ever lived and daughter of two (former) newsp... More
I absolutely loved this book. This is the second book I've read of Beth's and she hasn't disappointed me.
This book is very interesting, I had to...