Fall 2014 Titles

New titles from Orca for Fall 2014!
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Take Shelter: At Home Around the World by Nikki Tate and Dani Tate-Stratton

Everywhere people live, they adapt to their surroundings and create unique environments, using innovative techniques to provide that most basic of needs: shelter.

Justine McKeen vs. the Queen of Mean by Sigmund Brouwer and illustrated by Dave Whamond

the Queen of Mean by Sigmund Brouwer and illustrated by Dave Whamond

Homecoming by Diane Dakers

BORROW FROM DECODA: When Fiona's father returns home from prison, Fiona must come to terms with her relationship with him, her family's instability due to his incarceration, and her resolve over whether or not he committed the crime.

Unnatural Selections by Wallace Edwards

The only kids' eBook subscription service that offers thousands of high-quality books from well known publishers like HarperCollins, National Geographic and others.

Soapstone Signs by Jeff Pinkney and illustrated by Darlene Gait

Soapstone Signs by Jeff Pinkney and illustrated by Darlene Gait

The Way Back by Carrie Mac

BORROW FROM DECODA: Teenage meth addict Colby Wyatt's life goes from bad to worse when her father disappears and she discovers she is pregnant.

Lots of Kisses by Lorna Crozier

Renounded poet Lorna Crozier weaves her magic with word for babies.

Off Pointe by Leanne Lieberman

When Meg’s summer ballet program is canceled and her ballet teacher suggests she attend Camp Dance to learn new dance styles, Meg is devastated.

Skye Above by Eric Walters and illustrated by David Parkins

Skye Above by Eric Walters: Skye wants to fly-- not in a plane, but like a bird. She travels to Costa Rica to try!

Dirk Daring, Secret Agent by Helaine Becker

January- Dirk Daring, secret agent by Helaine Becker (Chapter Fiction)

About That Night by Norah McClintock

YA Fiction: About That Night by Norah McClintock

Hardball by Steven Barwin

Baseball season has begun for the South Coast Sharks. As a senior, Griffin has college in his sights and plans to land himself a baseball.

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