|Ashton, Victoria||Confessions of a Teen Nanny series|
|Blume, Judy||Summer Sisters: A Novel.|
|Brashares, Ann||The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series|
|Burnham, Nicole||Royally Jacked.|
|Cabot, Meg||All-American Girl.|
|Cabot, Meg||Princess Diaries series|
|Cohn, Rachel||Pop Princess.|
|Dessen, Sarah||Someone Like You.|
|Dhami, Narinder||The Dhillon Sisters series|
|Dokey, Cameron||How Not to Spend Your Senior Year.|
|Johnson, Maureen||13 Little Blue Envelopes.|
|Lockhart, E.||The Boyfriend List (15 Guys, 11 Shrink Appointments, 4 Ceramic Frogs, and Me, Ruby Oliver).|
|Moriarty, Jaclyn||The Year of Secret Assignments.|
|Rennison, Louise||The Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series|
|Sheldon, Dyan||Confessions of A Teenage Drama Queen.|
|Sones, Sonya||What My Mother Doesn't Know.|
|Spinelli, Jerry||Stargirl duet|
|Tarbox, Katherine||A Girl's Life Online.|
|Wilson, Jacqueline||Bad Girls.|
|Bauer, Marion Dane||The Double-Digit Club.|
|Lisi Harrison||The Clique series|
|Koss, Amy Goldman||The Girls.|
|Ayres, Katherine||Silver Dollar Girl.|
|Brady, Esther Wood||Toliver's Secret.|
|Clark, Clara Gillow||Hill Hawk Hattie.|
|Ellis, Deborah||The Breadwinner.|
|Goodman, Alison||Eon Dragoneye Reborn.|
|Hahn, Mary Downing||The Gentleman Outlaw and Me--Eli: A Story of the Old West.|
|Hilgartner, Beth||A Murder for Her Majesty.|
|Lantz, Francess Lin||The Day Joanie Frankenhauser Became A Boy.|
|Meyer, L. A.||Bloody Jack: Being an Account of the Curious Adventures of Mary "Jacky" Faber, Ship's Boy.|
|Naylor, Phyllis Reynolds||Emily's Fortune.|
|Pierce, Tamora||Alanna series|
|Ryan, Pam Muñoz||Riding Freedom.|
|Westerfeld, Scott||Leviathan series|
|Abbott, Hailey||Summer Boys.|
|Dean, Zoey||The A-List series|
|Kinsella, Sophie||Confessions of A Shopaholic.|
|McCafferty, Megan||Sloppy Firsts: A Novel.|
|von Ziegesar, Cecily||The Gossip Girl series|
Reading Level: Grades 3 - 7
Louie is a bit different from the other fifth-graders. He wants to be a comedian like his idol Lou Lafferman.Class so he has a notebook of jokes and comedy routines. What he doesn't want to be is class B.U.R.P. (Boy Used to Ridicule and Put-Downs) and that's just what Louie was until a video of him was aired on T.V. But the popularity bump didn't last, so Louie figures he needs something else even if that means upsetting his two best friends. Kids will love this second Louie Burger book and maybe even learn a few new jokes like "Why didn't anyone want to babysit the little vampire?"
Meet author Jenny Meyerhoff at the iRead kick-off on January 10th.
Reading Level: Grades 4 - 7
Stick dog and the crew are back for a third adventure. This time they have found something better than hamburgers and better than hotdogs! It's pizza! Before before they get they're hands (muzzles) on some pizza there's plans to be made and a kitten to rescue. Then there's one very messy game of frisbee.
Meet author Tom Watson at the iRead kick-off on January 10th.
Reading Level: Grades 4 - 7
You don't have to be a gamer to love this book. It's an action-packed, hilarious adventure of video games and spies. Pete Wilson is short $20 to buy the newest, most awesome video game, Brawl-A-Thon 3000XL. Since he need money he decides, without permission, to hold a garage sale and sell his father's ancient 8-bit game console CommandRoid 85 to The Bug Man. Mistake!!! His father is kidnapped and the President of the U.S. starts talking nonsense. It's up to Pete and friends to save the day. (game on) Cartoons and heavily pixilated images by Andy Rash make a winning combination.
Meet illustrator Andy Rash at the iRead kick-off on January 10th.