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Quit Calling Me a Monster! by Jory John

Reading Level: Ages 3 - 6

Just because he has horns, wild eyes, fangs, crazy hair, long toenails and a glow in the dark smile is NO REASON to call this poor maligned creature a monster. After all, he doesn't call you Meat Snack does he?

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School of the Dead by Avi

Reading Level: Grades 4 - 6

When Tony's parents take in his ancient Great Uncle Charlie, who is obsessed with communicating with the dead, Tony slowly starts pulling away from all his friends and spending more time with Uncle Charlie. Charlie then convinces his parents to move to California so that Tony can attend Charlie's old school, but from day one Tony suspects that something is very wrong at the Penda School.

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A Hungry Lion, Or a Dwindling Assortment of Animals by Lucy Ruth Cummins

Reading Level: Ages 6 - Adult

Let's just say the title says it all. If you like Jon Klassen's books, you will also enjoy this surreal picture book for older less sensitive readers.

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Wolf Camp by Andrea Zuill

Reading Level: Ages 3 - 9

Homer is a dog who has always wondered what it would be like to live like a real wolf.  He gets the opportunity to find out when he attends wolf camp.

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President Squid by Aaron Reynolds

Reading Level: Ages 6 - Adult

Squid wants to be president because he believes he is MADE to be president, after all, presidents get to wear ties, live in a great big house and be big and bossy.

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