Lon Po Po: a Red Riding Hood Story from China
by Ed Young
Three sisters staying home alone are endangered by a hungry wolf who is disguised as their grandmother.
Lord of the Nutcracker Men
by Iain Lawrence
An English boy during World War I comes to believe that the battles he enacts with his toy soldiers control the war his father is fighting on the front.
Louise Goes Wild
by Stephen Krensky
Tired of being considered predictable, Louise decides to make some changes in her life, but she finds out that her family and friends miss the "old Louise"-- and so does she.
Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile
by Bernard Waber
The helpful, happy crocodile living on East 88th St. causes a neighborhood feud.
Mabela the Clever
by Margaret Read MacDonald
An African folktale about a mouse who pays close attention to her surroundings and avoids being tricked by the cat.
by Ludwig Bemelmans
The story of a school girl in Paris.
by Angie Sage
Jenna learns that she is a princess found as a baby by the man she believed was her father and now she and Septimus, who was taken at birth by the midwife, are being threatened by the evil wizard, DomDaniel who intends to finish off the entire royal line.
Make Way for Ducklings
by Robert McCloskey
Mrs. Mallard leaves her home on an island in the Charles River and escorts her eight ducklings through hazardous Boston traffic to the Boston Public Gardens.
Mama Cat Has Three Kittens
by Denise Fleming
While two kittens copy everything their mother does, their brother naps.
by Susan Meddaugh
Problems arise when Martha, the family dog, learns to speak after eating alphabet soup.
by Connie Porter
In 1864, after her father and brother are sold to another owner, nine-year-old Addy Walker and her mother escape from their cruel life as slaves in North Carolina to freedom in Philadelphia.
Mighty Jackie: The Strike-Out Queen
by Marissa Moss
In 1931, seventeen year old Jackie Mitchell pitches against Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in an exhibition game, becoming the first professional female pitcher in baseball history.
Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel
by Virginia Burton
The story of an Irish steam shovel artist and his old fashioned steam shovel, Mary Anne.
Millicent Min: Girl Genius
by Lisa Yee
In a series of journal entries, eleven-year-old child prodigy Millicent Min records her struggles to learn to play volleyball, tutor her enemy, deal with her grandmother's departure, and make friends over the course of a tumultuous summer.
Millions of Cats
by Wanda Gig
The story of a peasant who goes off in search of one kitten and returns with trillions of cats.