Class Action by Steven B. Frank
With the help of his older sister, his three best friends, and his elderly neighbor, sixth grader Sam Warren brings a class action suit against the Los Angeles School Board, arguing that homework is unconstitutional, and his case goes all the way to the Supreme Court.
Albie Newton by Josh Funk
Meet Albie Newton: child genius. But when this whiz of an inventor enters a new preschool, his perfect plan for making friends turns into a disaster: he steals the hamster’s wheel, snatches the wings off a toy airplane, and generally creates a giant mess. Now everyone’s angry! Will his new invention delight the other kids enough to make everything right—and win their friendship?
My Life as a Youtuber (The My Life series) by Janet Tashjian
Derek Fallon finally found something to get excited about at school—an extracurricular class on making videos! Together with his friends Carly, Matt, and Umberto, Derek can’t wait to create his own Youtube web series. But he soon realizes Youtube stardom is a lot of work. On top of that, it’s time for his foster monkey Frank to go to monkey college so Derek must scramble to find a reason for Frank to stay with his family—if only a little while longer. Can Derek solve both problems at once? What if Frank became a part of Derek's Youtube videos?
Lena's Shoes Are Nervous: A First-Day-of-School Dilemma by Keith Calabrese
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Lena prepares for her first day of kindergarten and reports that while she is excited, her favorite shoes are too nervous and must be convinced by her supportive father that the day is actually going to be lots of fun.
Ayobami and the Names of the Animals by Pilar López Ávila
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Ayobami is an African girl who dreams of going to school. After war comes to an end, she can finally return to the schoolhouse. But in order to do so, she has to take a dangerous path through the jungle. Armed only with a piece of paper and a worn-out pencil, she embarks on a hazardous journey to fulfill her unwavering desire to learn and write. This is a tale about the importance of education, the difficulties that many children have to overcome to go to school, and the perseverance and enthusiasm of those who want to learn.
Ask Emma (Ask Emma Book 1) by Sheryl Berk & Carrie Berk
Believing she has a talent for solving others' problems, seventh-grader Emma Woods starts an advice blog for her classmates, but in spite of her good intentions, she quickly discovers that she sometimes creates problems and that not everyone wants her help.
Ready or Not, Woolbur Goes to School! by Leslie Helakoski
A happy and excited Woolbur embarks on his first day of school while his apprehensive Maa and Paa receive assurances from the teacher that all will be well, a situation that leads to a day of new friends, new experiences and Woolbur's woolly exuberance.
My Teacher's Not Here! by Lana Button
Kitty the kindergartener becomes nervous on her first day with a substitute that her much-loved regular teacher will not be there to help the class with its innumerable routines, an experience that helps her discover some of the many ways that change can be positive.
Quiet Please, Owen McPhee! by Trudy Ludwig
Owen McPhee doesn't just like to talk, he LOVES to talk. He spends every waking minute chattering away at his teachers, his classmates, his parents, his dog, and even himself. But all that talking can get in the way of listening. And when Owen wakes up with a bad case of laryngitis, it gives him a much-needed opportunity to hear what others have to say.
My Weirdest School #10: Miss Newman Isn't Human! by Dan Gutman
When a local television meteorologist descends on their school in an air balloon and begins teaching the class all kinds of interesting things about weather, A.J. and the gang are astonished when their school is thrown into chaos by an incredibly weird storm.