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Welcome! Treehouse Library features books that U.S elementary school teachers tend to favor. Click a book to see our description. Some library pages include video read-alouds by authors and celebrities. Clicking “Buy the Book” will take you to Amazon. 

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The Undefeated

A poetic book described as a “love letter to Black life” in the USA

"The Velveteen Rabbit" book cover

The Velveteen Rabbit: Or How Toys Become Real

“The Velveteen Rabbit” is a century-old story that captivates children and adults alike. Its message about becoming “real” is especially important in the age of not-so-real “Real Housewives” and superficial Instagram culture.

The Watsons Go to Birmingham

Historical fiction about the Civil Rights Movement in 1963 Alabama

The Wind in the Willows

A whimsical novel about anthropomorphic characters in pastoral England

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

The classic 1900 novel that inspired The Wizard of Oz movie

Through the Looking Glass

The captivating sequel to Alice in Wonderland 

Tuck Everlasting

An 11-year-old meets a family with the secret to eternal life. 

Walk Two Moons

A tragic story of searching for a lost mother and self-identity

We Beat the Street: How a Friendship Pact Led to Success

A true story of friends uniting for academic success

We Dream of Space

Fiction about three young students amid the Challenger disaster

What are Eco-Cities?

Learn about environmentally friendly projects worldwide. 

Where the Mountain Meets the Moon

An illustrated fantasy novel inspired by Chinese folklore

Where the Sidewalk Ends

130 poems written especially for elementary schoolchildren

Wherever I Go

A hopeful story of a girl living in a refugee camp

You Matter

A feel-good book about how you matter, for early elementary

Your Code Name Is Jonah

A “Choose Your Own Adventure” book set during the Cold War

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