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Keeping the city going —Floca, Brian, author, illustrator.

"An ode to the essential workers keeping the country operating during the Covid-19 pandemic"-- Provided by publisher.

Too much slime! —Gilbert, Frances, 1969- author.

When oozing slime threatens to cover the whole town, residents work together to remove the menace, but is it really gone?

A home under the stars —Musser, Andy Chou, author, illustrator.

When his family moves to the city, Toby misses seeing stars, but soon he meets some wild animals who all need the North Star to show their way home.

My city baby —Rossner, Rose, author.

Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text follow a mother and child through their busy day in the city, including a train ride, lunch from a food truck, and a bus ride home through the city lights.

Between the lines —Ward, Lindsay, author, illustrator.

A young boy notices that his neighbors have stopped interacting, and the colors around them are slowly fading. A thunderstorm sweeps away the last hints of color. He dreams of the way life was and sets about to change th...

Kiyoshi's walk —Karlins, Mark, author.

Kiyoshi asks his grandfather, the wise poet Eto, where poems come from, and Eto takes him on a walk through the city to seek an answer.

A neighborhood walk, a musical journey —Hill, Pilar Winter, author.

As she walks with her mother to a farmer's market, Penelope hears the melodies of the city from musicians, bicycle bells, and more until one instrument beckons and fills her with magic. Includes author's note about her f...

Second chance pass —Carr, Robyn.
Large Print
2009
Availability: 0 of 4

In the space of a few months, Vanessa buried her husband, Matt, and gave birth to their son, breaking her heart while filling it with a whole new kind of love. But the one man she longs to share this love with now acts ...

44 Cranberry Point —Macomber, Debbie.

- 16 Lighthouse Road (Mira Books, 9/01) spent five weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, reaching #10, five weeks on the USA Today bestseller list, reaching #11, and three weeks on the Publishers Weekly bestseller...

Sakes alive! a cattle drive —Wilson, Karma.

Two cows, Mabel and Molly, take the farmer's truck and go for an eventful joyride into town.

Chickens on the loose —Kurtz, Jane, author.

Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text follow a flock of chickens that gets loose and runs rampant through a city, causing mischief and mayhem. Includes information about keeping chickens in an urban environment.

92 Pacific Boulevard —Macomber, Debbie.

Sheriff Troy David had hoped to marry Faith Beckwith, but she's ended the relationship because of misunderstandings--inadvertently caused by Troy's daughter. However, Troy has plenty to keep himself occupied, like the un...

Spring fever —Andrews, Mary Kay, 1954-

The "New York Times"-bestselling author of "Summer Rental" delivers her delicious new escapist novel about small towns and deep secrets when two ex-lovers get a new chance when one of their weddings is halted.

Rumble fish —Hinton, S. E.

A junior high school boy idolizes his older brother, the coolest, toughest guy in the neighborhood, and wants to be just like him.

Out of the way! Out of the way! —Krishnaswami, Uma, 1956-

When a boy spots a young tree in the middle of the path that runs through the village, he puts rocks around the base of the tree to protect the tree from being trampled.

A common life the wedding story —Karon, Jan, 1937-
Large Print
2001
Availability: 10 of 12

Father Tim and Cynthia Coppersmith are getting married. Will Father Tim fall apart when he takes his vows? Will Cynthia make it to the church on time? Who'll arrange the flowers and bake the cake? And will Uncle Billy's ...

All-American cowboy —Crush, Dylann, author.

Holiday, Texas is known far and wide as the most celebratory town in the South--and no shindig is complete without one of its founding members. It's a real shame the last remaining Holiday is a city slicker, but what's t...

In Lucia's neighborhood —Shewchuk, Pat.

Inspired by urban visionary Jane Jacobs, seven-year-old Lucia takes the reader through a day in her neighborhood and celebrates the people and places that make it feel like home. A great starting point for discussions on...

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