Book List in Order: 7 titles


  • Each discovery disturbs the arrangements of the known world, and it is our job to stay alert to all possibilities. LaVaughn believes she is keeping alert to all possibilities. She has made it through the projects, she's gotten over heartbreak, sh...



  • When Allegra was a little girl, she thought that the music was hidden inside her violin. Now that she is 12, she believes the music is in her fingers, and she has to train them well. Shes the youngest contestant in the Ernest Bloch Young Musicians Co...



  • LaVaughn is fifteen now, and she's still fiercely determined to go to college. But that's the only thing she's sure about. Loyalty to her father bubbles up as her mother grows closer to a new man. The two girls she used to do everything with have cho...




  • “PLAY BALL!” The sixth-grade girls of Barlow and Bear Creek Ridge have been waiting to play in the annual softball game -- the Bat 6 -- for as long as they can remember. But something is different this year. There's a new girl on both teams, ...



  • Come together LaVaughn needs a part-time job. Something she could do after school to help earn money for college. Jolly needs a babysitter. Someone she could trust with two kids while she works the evening shift. It doesn't matter that LaVaughn is f...



  • Nick Swansen pretty much knows what it means to be Special Ed.: You can't drive, even if you're sixteen and your parents have two cars; the regular kids in school don't talk to you much; and even if you can memorize every fact about amphibians, it's ...





Complete Series List in Order

Make Lemonade

1) Make Lemonade (May-1993)
2) True Believer (Oct-2002)
3) This Full House (Feb-2009)

Award-Winning Books by Virginia Euwer Wolff

Make Lemonade
1994 Oregon Book Award -- Young Readers
The Mozart Season
2011 Phoenix Award -- Children's Literature
Probably Still Nick Swansen
1989 PEN Literary Award -- Children/Young Adult
True Believer
2001 Golden Kite -- Fiction
2001 National Book Award -- Young People's Literature
2001 Oregon Book Award -- Young Readers
2002 Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association Award -- Regional Book