Quote of the Day – Serafina and the Black Cloak

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Serafina and the Black Cloak by Robert Beatty

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Quote of the Day – Finding Serendipity

Quote of the Day
“Rummaging in the compartments of her school bag, she found two coins, one gold and one silver. Although the gold one was bigger, and worth more, Tuesday felt certain that it was the silver one she should use. Wishes were silvery things. Maybe because wishes rhymed with fishes.” –FINDING SERENDIPITY by Angelica Banks

Finding Serendipity by Angelica Banks

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Quote of the Day – Granny Torrelli Makes Soup

Quote of the Day
“That Granny Torrelli. Me, I always want to do things for Bailey because he can’t see, things I think are too hard for him, like cracking the eggs. But Granny Torrelli is showing me that Bailey doesn’t need so much help, that I should quit being such a take-charge Rosie.” –GRANNY TORRELLI MAKES SOUP by Sharon Creech

Granny Torrelli Makes Soup by Sharon Creech

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Quote of the Day – Airball: My Life in Briefs

Quote of the Day
“For somebody like me, growing up in a basketball-loving family in a basketball-crazed town, you’d think I’d be screeching around the gym, too. You’d think I’d be rebounding every shot and sinking three-pointers from the lobby. You’d think.” –AIRBALL: MY LIFE IN BRIEFS by L.D. Harkrader

Airball: My Life in Briefs by L.D. Harkrader

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Quote of the Day – Beyond the Laughing Sky

Quote of the Day
"Something was still missing. Controlling the plane, Nashville couldn't help but feel what a conductor must feel using a baton to direct a symphony. But Nashville didn't want to conduct the music. Nashville wanted to be the music. He wanted to tap-dance across the notes of the page, to visit each black circle on the sheet music like a hummingbird visits each flower. He wanted to fly."

Beyond the Laughing Sky by Michelle Cuevas

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Quote of the Day – The Magic Misfits

Quote of the Day
"Magic can mean different things to different people. For some, it is pulling a rabbit from a top hat or sawing a person in half and then (hopefully) putting them back together again. For others, magic is a crisp autumn's day or a tender hug from a loved one. For me, magic can be a story, a game, a puzzle, or a surprise that takes my breath away in a single, furious gulp." —THE MAGIC MISFITS by Neil Patrick Harris

The Magic Misfits by Neil Patrick Harris

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Quote of the Day – Regular Guy

Quote of the Day

The only normal thing about Robert Smith is his name. Everything else about the guy is off.

Regular Guy by Sarah Weeks

Quote of the Day – The League of Unexceptional Children

Quote of the Day
"Jonathan twirled the combination to his locker, his stomach in knots. He still didn't feel ready to be a spy. As a matter of fact, he didn't even feel ready to read a spy novel. And yet, he was seconds away from receiving his first mission." —THE LEAGUE OF UNEXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN by Gitty Daneshvari

The League of Unexceptional Children by Gitty Daneshvari

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Quote of the Day – Odd and the Frost Giants

Quote of the Day

There was a boy called Odd, and there was nothing strange or unusual about that, not in that time or place. Odd meant the tip of a blade, and it was a lucky name.

Odd and the Frost Giants by Neil Gaiman

Quote of the Day – No Flying in the House

Quote of the Day
"When no one was looking, Annabel tried flying again, being very careful only to jump off low places. She used all the magic words she knew and even made up some. She kissed her elbows, waving them in the air like wings, but she couldn't fly." —NO FLYING IN THE HOUSE by Betty Brock

No flying in the house by Betty Brock

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