Determined to be a top runner at his school's annual Fun Run, Miles creates a health regimen to boost his endurance, but on the big day, he notices a friend struggling to keep going, forcing Miles to decide what winning really means to him.
"Miles and his friend Jada both plan on inviting their grandparents to help in science class, and with Valentine's Day approaching, they realize Miles's Nana and Jada's Pop Pop might be a perfect match."--
"Jaden Toussaint, 5-year-old scientist and all around cool dude, has a problem. His sister is going to sleepaway camp, and now he must survive 5 whole days with no one to keep him company but his mother, his father, and all his friends. Sissy being gone is bad enough, but now that she is, who will protect him from the Swamp Thing?"--Amazon.com.
Giant Afro. Even Bigger Brain. Jaden Toussaint is a 5 year-old who know it all. I mean, really knows it all. Animal Scientist. Great Debater. Master of the art of ninja dancing. There is nothing Jaden Toussaint can't do. The only problem is that grown-ups keep trying to convince him that, even though he's really smart, he doesn't know EVERYTHING. The thing is ... he kind of does. This time our hero must use all his super-powered brain power to convince...
Jaden Toussaint, 5-year-old scientist and all-around cool dude, must save his school from a (possible) alien invasion. His only weapons are science, ninja dancing, and the super-powered brain power of his seriously awesome group of friends.
In this installment, "our hero must face his greatest fear: another 5-year-old who's as amazing as he is. Has Jaden Toussaint finally met his match? Will life as we know it end as a result? Will anyone ever eat his Super Sneaky 7 Fruit Fruit Salad muffins?"--Back cover.
"Middle school is just around the corner, which means it's time to start thinking about plans for the future, and not just how Ryan Hart is going to prank her brother, Ray. She'd like to make sure she goes to middle school with her friends, and that is up in the air since Kiki's mom wants to send Kiki to a different school next year. Ryan also wonders who she wants to be when she grows up, and if that's more than just what her job will be. She'd like...
Ryan is caught between two friends who both want to be her best friend, her brother ruins her latest baking project, and a classmate keeps teasing her at school, yet Ryan still looks for a way to see the bright side of things and not let anything steal her joy.
Abby and her classmate Dmitry, both eager to win the Space Race virtual reality obstacle, neglect to pay close attention to the rules, so when they accidentally get stuck in the simulation, they realize they will have to work together if they want to find a way out.
"On Career Day, third-grader Abby Baxter is unsure of what she wants to do when she grows up, and when she accidentally makes a mistake that causes the space station's systems to go haywire, Abby must untangle the mess."--|cProvided by publisher.
Sixth grader Lucy is brand-new to middle school, and when her older sister GiGi--the undisputed queen bee of eighth grade--humiliates her in the cafeteria, Lucy snaps and challenges her to a fencing duel.
When eighth grader and aspiring journalist Indigo breaks an important story, exposing an unfair school policy, she's suddenly popular for the first time.
The friends who've recently drifted away from her want to hang out again. Then Indigo notices that the school's disciplinary policies seem to be enforced especially harshly with students of color, like her. She wants to keep investigating, but her friends insist she's imagining things.
Eager to make a good first impression at her new middle school, thirteen-year-old Charlie does her best to fit in until she meets a group of diverse Black girls who show her the importance of authenticity.
"Simone Biles was raised by her grandparents and had to overcome many hardships as a child. After trying gymnastics for the first time on a field trip from elementary school, Simone continued with the sport, working hard and reaching professional levels. She persisted in the field and went on to become the most decorated US gymnast of all time. Through it all, she inspired kids everywhere to follow their dreams"--