By Debbie Priore
Jerry Spinelli's latest novel gives a Wild West feel to a tale about a stolen bike.
By Karen MacPherson
The author known for such books as "From the Mixed-up files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" aimed to fill a void she saw as a child.
By Ann Cameron Siegal
Many of the same techniques and equipment that help humans regain their ability to move can also work on animals, especially dogs.
By Dan Malerbo
Over its 548-day cycle, Earth's sister planet goes from an evening start to a morning star and back to evening again.
This volume tells the story of how a group of young people circled around a library to protect its books during 2011 protests in Egypt.
Jupiter, our bright "evening star" since December, sits opposite the sky from Saturn, the other largest planet in the solar system this week
The American kestrel, the smallest falcon in North America, is a speedy pint-size predator.