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“There are birds falling out of the sky.

“I’m not an expert on bird behavior or anything, but I’m pretty sure birds aren’t just supposed to fall out of the sky.” (from Roll by Darcy Miller)

 

Find out more about falling birds in Roll and our other ROW titles for May below.

 

2018-2019 Bookmarks

BTP May 2019 (1)
Lamba, Marie, and Baldev Lamba. Green Green: A Community Gardening Story. Illustrated by Sonia Sánchez. Farrar Straus Giroux, 2017.  32 Read more.
BTP May 2019 (2)
Messner, Kate. Over and Under the Pond. Illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal. Chronicle, 2017. 40 pages (978–1–4521–4542–6) Ages 4-8 The Read more.
Primary May 2019 (1)
Cornwall, Gaia. Jabari Jumps. Candlewick Press, 2017. 32 pages (978–0–7636–7838–8) Ages 3-7 A young African American boy is sure he’s Read more.
Primary May 2019 (2)
Meisel, Paul. My Awesome Summer by P. Mantis. Holiday House, 2017. 32  pages (978–0–8234–3671–2) Ages 5-8 The eventful summer of Read more.
Intermediate May 2019 (1)
Miller, Darcy. Roll. Harper, 2017. 206 pages (978–0–06–246122–3) Ages 8-12 Ren’s family recently moved to his late grandmother’s house outside Read more.
Intermediate May 2019 (2)
Hale, Shannon. Real Friends. Illustrated by LeUyen Pham. First Second, 2017. 211 pages (pbk.  978–1–62672–785–4) Ages 8-12 The middle child Read more.
Middle School May 2019
Cartaya, Pablo. The Epic Fail of Arturo Zamora. Viking, 2017. 236 pages (978–1–101–99723–9) Ages 10-13 Arturo lives in an apartment Read more.
High School May 2019
Stevens, Courtney. Dress Codes for Small Towns. HarperTeen, 2017. 337  pages (978–0–06–239851–2) Age 13 and older A YA book set Read more.

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