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Title: Sequoyah Masterlist 2014 2015

Sequoyah Masterlist 2014 2015
When Lorelei's old school mysteriously burns
down, a new one appears practically overnight
Splendid Academy. Rock-climbing walls on the
playground and golden bowls of candy on every
desk? Gourmet meals in the cafeteria, served by
waiters? Optional homework and two recess periods
a day? It's every kids's dream.But Lorelei and
her new friend Andrew are pretty sure it's too
good to be true. Together they uncover a sinister
mystery, one with their teacher, the beautiful
Ms. Morrigan, at the very center.Then Andrew
disappears. Lorelei has to save him, even if that
means facing a past she'd like to forget and
taking on a teacher who's a real witch. From
Reading Level 4.0
When twelve-year-old Frankie Joe's mother is sent
to jail, he is uprooted from his home in Texas to
live with the father he has never met, his
father's wife, and his father's four "legitimate"
sons in Illinois. Frankie Joe is miserable.
Trying to adjust to his blended family proves too
much to bear, so Frankie Joe hatches a plot to
escape on his bike back home to Texas. For that
he needs money, and so Frankie Joe's Freaky Fast
Delivery Service is born. His deliveries win new
friends, a place in the rural Illinois community,
and a sense of achievement. But his planned
escape is destroyed by a heartbreaking betrayal,
and Frankie Joe needs all of his incredible
resilience and the loving support of his new
family to survive the devastating
Reading Level 3.8
Most wars begin with a bang, or a blast, or an
enormous KABOOM! The war in room 43H began with a
simple question. Its time to decide who should
be the news anchor for the spring semester. Who
would like to do it? -Excerpt from book More
than anything, Francine Halata wants to be the
news anchor of the fourth-grade Media Club. But
when a new kid, Kansas Bloom, the self-proclaimed
King of Dares, is nominated for the anchor
position, the two students begin a two-week dare
war to win the job. The challenges start small
(licking a lizard, hanging upside down on the
monkey bars for all of recess), but soon
escalates to impressive feats. Francine and
Kansas attempt to outsmart each other every step
of the way. --From Publishers Weekly
Reading Level 4.4
The Acerra family had sixteen children, including
twelve ball-playing boys. It was the 1930s, and
many families had lots of kids. But only one had
enough to field a baseball team . . . with three
on the bench! The Acerras were the
longest-playing all-brother team in baseball
history. They loved the game, but more important,
they cared for and supported each other and
stayed together as a team. Nothing life threw
their waycould stop them. -From Amazon
Reading Level 4.4
In 1977, graduate student Irene Pepperberg walked
into a pet store and bought a year-old African
grey parrot. Because she was going to study him,
she decided to call him Alex--short for Avian
Learning EXperiment. At that time, most
scientists thought that the bigger the brain, the
smarter the creature they studied great apes and
dolphins. African greys, with their walnut-sized
"birdbrains," were pretty much ignored--until
Alex. His intelligence surprised everyone,
including Irene. He learned to count, add, and
subtract to recognize shapes, sizes, and colors
and to speak, and understand, hundreds of words.
These were things no other animal could do. Alex
wasn't supposed to have the brainpower to do
them, either. But he did them anyway. --From
Reading Level 4.1
When Daniel's class hatches chicks as a science
project, he adopts them. When he finds out that
his favorite bird, Peepers, isn't a hen but a
rooster, and therefore illegal to keep in the
city of Portland, the Secret Chicken Society is
quickly formed to save Peepers. -from Amazon
Reading Level 3.2
Ivan is an easygoing gorilla. Living at the Exit
8 Big Top Mall and Video Arcade, he has grown
accustomed to humans watching him through the
glass walls of his domain. He rarely misses his
life in the jungle. In fact, he hardly ever
thinks about it at all.Instead, Ivan thinks
about TV shows hes seen and about his friends
Stella, an elderly elephant, and Bob, a stray
dog. But mostly Ivan thinks about art and how to
capture the taste of a mango or the sound of
leaves with color and a well-placed line.Then
he meets Ruby, a baby elephant taken from her
family, and she makes Ivan see their homeand his
own artthrough new eyes. When Ruby arrives,
change comes with her, and its up to Ivan to
make it a change for the better.-from Goodreads
Reading Level 3.6
This is the tale of a boy who needs a dog, and a
dog who needs a boy a match made in heaven, if
only the two can meet. Mark is a boy who needs a
dog. But he can't get his mom on board with his
plan. Buddy is a dog who needs a boy. Buddy has
an owner already, but not one who understands the
kind of love and care a dog needs. Mr. LaRue is a
neighbor who needs a community. He's alone all
the time in his huge old house and everyone needs
more than that. Over the course of a summer
thunderstorm and one chaotic town council
meeting, these three characters cross paths and
come together in a timeless tale ripe with
emotions, told in verse that resolves with love,
understanding, and a sense of belonging--plus a
place to play a game of fetch!

-from Goodreads
Reading Level 4.4
Omar wants a snake more than anything, but his
mom is unenthusiastic to say the least. However,
the family manages to strike a compromise Omar
can get a corn snake but the pet, which he names
Arrow, must stay inside Omar's room, where his
mom will never have to set eyes on it. So when
Arrow escapes, Omar has got to keep his family
from discovering the truth!
But with an inquisitive little sister, and
parents mindful of odd behavior, Omar is having a
time of it. When Arrow makes a surprise
appearance, it couldn't be at the worst
moment--yet the incident becomes a catalyst for
Omar to gain a new understanding of his mother
and her childhood in war-torn Lebanon.

-from Amazon
Reading Level 3.7
Anna, José, and Henry have never met, but they
have more in common than they realize. Snowed in
together at a chaotic Washington, DC, airport,
they encounter a mysterious tattooed man, a
flamboyant politician, and a rambunctious poodle
named for an ancient king. Even stranger, news
stations everywhere have just announced that the
famous flag that inspired "The Star-Spangled
Banner" has been stolen! Anna, certain that the
culprits must be snowed in, too, recruits Henry
and José to help find the thieves and bring them
to justice.But when accusations start flying,
they soon realize there's even more than a
national treasure at stake. -from Amazon
Reading Level 4.5
In 1963, as Kizzy Ann prepares for her first year
at an integrated school, she worries about the
color of her skin, the scar running from the
corner of her right eye to the tip of her smile,
and whether anyone at the white school will like
her. She writes letters to her new teacher in a
clear, insistent voice, stating her troubles and
asking questions with startling honesty. The new
teacher is supportive, but not everyone feels the
same, so there is a lot to write about.
Her brother, James, is having a far less positive
school experience than she is, and the annoying
white neighbor boy wont leave her alone. But
Shag, her border collie, is her refuge. Even so,
opportunity clashes with obstacle. Kizzy Ann
knows she and Shag could compete well in the dog
trials, but will she be able to enter? -from
Reading Level 5.2
When Nick is released from the hospital after
suffering from polio, he is sure that his father
will never look at him in the same way again.
Once the best pitcher in youth league, Nick now
walks with a limp and is dependent on a heavy leg
brace. He isnt sure he will ever return to the
mound, never mind be the star he once was.When
Nick starts working for Mr. Churchill, the owner
of the semiprofessional team Nicks dad plays
for, he meets Satchel Paige, arguably the best
pitcher in the world. Not allowed in the major
leagues because of his skin color, Satchel
teaches Nick that some things can be overcome
with hard work and dedication, and that just
because youre down, you are most certainly not
out.As Satchel and his unique teammates
barnstorm toward a national baseball tournament,
Nick wonders if he can really overcome what seems
like the impossible and pitch again.

-from Amazon
Reading Level 5.6
Guided by a tattered map, accompanied by Thomas
the Pig Boy, and inspired by the storytellers
blood that thrums through her veins,
eleven-year-old Trinket searches for the seven
stories she needs to become a bard like her
father, who disappeared years before. She
befriends a fortune-telling gypsy girl returns a
child stolen by the selkies to his true mother
confronts a banshee and receives a message from a
ghost helps a village girl outwitand
out-dancethe Faerie Queen travels beyond the
grave to battle a dastardly undead Highwayman
and meets a hound so loyal he fights a wolf to
the death to protect the baby prince left in his
charge. All fine material for six tales, but it
is the seventh tale, in which Trinket learns her
fathers true fate, that changes her life
-from Goodreads
Reading Level 4.9
Never underestimate the power of the bean. Tucker
MacBean has been drawing comic books almost as
long as hes been reading them. When his favorite
comic has a contest for kids, he hopes he has
finally found a way to fix his familyall he has
to do is create the winning superhero sidekick .
. . Introducing Beanboythe first comic book
character to truly harness the power of the bean
for good. He is strong, he is relentless, he can
double in size overnight (if given enough water).
With thoughtful characterizations and copious
comic book illustrations, this laughout-loud
novel will have readers rooting for a superhero
with true heart.
Reading Level 4.3
When Ray Ingle asks his Uncle Thad if he can go
to sea with him, he knows his parents wont like
it. But theyre not around, and anything is
better than staying with mean old Uncle Slye! To
Rays great surprise, Uncle Thad agrees to take
him on, and soon Ray and his pet capuchin monkey
Allie are helping out in the galley of The
Newburyport Beauty.
Ray knows Cook used to be a slave, though now
hes free.  But when Ray discovers what Cook is
hiding in the kitchen pantry, he gets more
involved with the question of slavery than he
ever could have imagined!
-from Goodreads
Reading Level 5.7
  • Pictures are from and
  • Reading Levels are for Renaissance
  • Summaries are from and
  • Bean clipart, Gorilla picture, and the
    journal/pen from Yahoo images