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Tractor Mac autumn is here —Steers, Billy, author, illustrator.

In Stoney Meadow Farm, Fergus the calf does not like change and misses summer's flowers and shade trees until Tractor Mac helps him to appreciate the changes autumn brings, such as colorful leaves, pumpkin festivals, and...

The newest princess —Mews, Melody, author.

Itty is excited to learn that she will soon be a princess, until she begins to worry about all the changes her new role brings.

Gabriela. Time for change —Johnson, Varian, author.

Gabriela, finds her continuing to champion her struggles with a speech impediment while navigating the challenges of peer dynamics in her sixth-grade year.

The house next door —Crangle, Claudine, author, illustrator.

"Alone on his lot, a sturdy little house has stood for as long as anyone can remember, stoically weathering the storms. But one day, the wind brings change. One house, then another, is built off in the distance. Then a r...

The very last leaf —Wade, Stef, author.

Lance Cottonwood is the best and brightest in his class, but when it is time for his final exam, he is afraid to fall like the rest of the leaves.

Down to earth —Culley, Betty, author.

"When a meteorite crash-lands in Henry's backyard, this geology enthusiast can't wait to investigate. But nothing could have prepared him--or his town--for the changes that await"-- Provided by publisher.

Change is in the air, Mallory —Friedman, Laurie.

Ten-year-old Mallory is not looking forward to the summer as her friends are either moving or away on vacation, but she soon learns that some changes can be good, and some things are forever.

If you can't bear hug, air hug : a book inspired by social distancing —Sedmak, Katie.

Join fuzzy bears, flapping owls, and more adorable animal friends as they prove that distance can't overcome love and friendship! This book explores the creative ways animals might show affection while social distancing ...

Twelve —Myracle, Lauren, 1969-

Winnie relates the events of her twelfth year and the many changes in her relationships and in her attitude toward growing up.

Blue floats away —Jonker, Travis, author.

Little Blue is very close to his iceberg parents so when he suddenly breaks away from them, he promises to return and, after traveling far and undergoing big changes, he may succeed.

Goodbye, old house —Wild, Margaret, 1948- author.

A child moves from the country to the city, saying goodbye to her old house and its memories and hello to new experiences in a new house.

Clara Humble and the not-so-super powers —Humphrey, Anna, 1979- author.

Clara Humble may seem like your average fourth-grader, but she has a secret: she thinks she might have superpowers. Which is convenient, because things aren't going so well for Clara ... Told in a clever, funny, and stri...

Rosie's glasses —Whamond, Dave, author, illustrator.

"Rosie wakes up one morning with a black cloud over her head. Her cloud stays with her as she plods through her miserable, gray day. Her parents don't have time for her, it's pouring rain and school couldn't be more bori...

Rosetown summer —Rylant, Cynthia, author.

In1973, Flora loves living in the quiet town of Rosetown, Indiana, where change is not constant, but life takes a decided turn during the summer between fourth and fifth grades.

Timothy Tugbottom says no! —Tyler, Anne.

Timothy Tugbottom likes his old pants, his old crib, his old bedtime story, and his old breakfast, until he realizes that new things, including sleepovers, can be good too.

Why can't I be you —Walker, Melissa (Melissa Carol), 1977- author.

Claire Ladd knows that this summer is going to be special. She and her two best friends, Ronan and Brianna, are turning twelve. She is leaving camp behind and gets to do what she wants all day. She feels everything start...

Nye, sand and stones —Galbraith, Bree, author.

"A young girl challenges destructive behavior from the citizens of an island of stones that the rest of her community on an island of sand has been accepting since the beginning of time"-- Provided by publisher.

Change sings : a children's anthem —Gorman, Amanda, 1998- author.

"As a young girl leads a cast of characters on a musical journey, they learn that they have the power to make changes--big or small--in the world, in their communities, and in most importantly, in themselves"-- Provided ...

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