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 Books for 2016


 The Discussion Guide for this years books is available for download.

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Invincible, Indiana


Invincible, Indiana, � 2009 by Nathanael Dunlevy. Published in the United States by Madison House Publishing.  Book design by Matt Hasenbalg.  Cover image and author photo � 2011 - Madison House Publishing, www.madisonhousepublishing.com. All Rights Reserved.  

by

Nate Dunlevy

Cover image and author photo � 2011 - Madison House Publishing, www.madisonhousepublishing.com. All Rights Reserved

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The Mighty Miss Malone


The Mighty Miss Malone 2012 by Christopher Paul Curtis. Cover art 2012 by Eva Kolenko.
Published by Scholastic; originally published by Wendy Lamb, an imprint of Random House Children�s Books.
Author website: www.nobodybutcurtis.com

by

Christopher Paul Curtis

The Mighty Miss Malone 2012 by Christopher Paul Curtis. Cover art 2012 by Eva Kolenko.
Published by Scholastic; originally published by Wendy Lamb, an imprint of Random House Children�s Books.
Author website: www.nobodybutcurtis.com

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H is for Hoosier: An Indiana Alphabet



H is for Hoosier, text 2001 by Cynthia Furlong Reynolds; illustrations 2001 by Bruce Langton;
published by Sleeping Bear Press. 

by

Cynthia Furlong Reynolds

Cynthia Furlong Reynolds photo from www.cynthiafurlongreynolds.com

Illustrated by 

Bruce Langton

Bruce Langton photo from www.brucelangton.com.

 

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