Here's three great picks from the Capt. Kimberly Hampton Memorial Library..
"My Rhinoceros," by Jon Agee
If you should ever get a rhinoceros for a pet, you're in for a surprise. It won't chase a ball. Or a stick. Or a frisbie. In fact, according to the experts, a rhinoceros does only two things: pop balloons and poke holes in kites. But don't be discouraged. Rhinoceroses can do more — so much more — than that!
"The File on Angelyn Stark," by Catherine Atkins
Three years after her friend, Nathan, witnessed a disturbing encounter between Angelyn and her stepfather, Angelyn is confronted by a young teacher who wants to help her and becomes an object of Angelyn's affections while encouraging her to reach for her potential.
"The House I Loved," Tatiana De Rosney
Determined to protect her historical family home from Emperor Napoleon's orders to renovate 1860s Paris, Rose Bazelet establishes a defense in the basement of her house on rue Childebert and records her experiences in letters to her late husband. From the author of "Sarah’s Key."