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  • Who is Jackie Chan?Who is Jackie Chan?

    Shaffer, Jody Jensen, author.

    "When Kong-sang was a young boy in Hong Kong, he enjoyed practicing martial arts with his dad but hated going to school. He was eventually enrolled in the China Drama Academy, where he improved his martial arts skills and became a stuntman. That training led to a successful career as an actor. Kong-sang, now known as Jackie Chan, never gave up on his passion for screwball physical comedy. Luckily for Jackie, his determination paid off. His humor and dangerous stuntwork in films like Cannonball Run, Rush Hour, Shanghai Noon, and Karate Kid have made him an international star, and it doesn't look like he'll be leaving the big screen anytime soon"--

  • Who is Oprah Winfrey?Who is Oprah Winfrey?

    Kramer, Barbara, author.

    "The story of how a young Southern girl who was raised on a pig farm became one of the most influential and inspiring people in the world. We all know Oprah Winfrey as a talk-show host, actress, producer, media mogul, and philanthropist, but the "Queen of Talk" wasn't always so fortunate. She suffered through a rough childhood and went on to use her personal struggles as motivation. Oprah's kindness, resilience, and determination are just some of the many reasons why her viewers--and people all around the world--love her. The richest African American person of the twentieth century, Oprah is often described as the most influential woman in the world"--

  • HeroHero

    Lupica, Mike.

    Fourteen-year-old Zach learns he has the same special abilities as his father, who was the President's globe-trotting troubleshooter until "the Bads" killed him, and now Zach must decide whether to use his powers in the same way at the risk of his own life.

  • The lost girlThe lost girl

    Ursu, Anne, author.

    When you're an identical twin, your story always starts with someone else. For Iris, that means her story starts with Lark. Iris has always been the grounded, capable, and rational one; Lark has been inventive, dreamy, and brilliant--and from their first moments in the world together, they've never left each other's side. Everyone around them realized early on what the two sisters already knew: they had better outcomes when they were together. When fifth grade arrives, however, it's decided that Iris and Lark should be split into different classrooms, and something breaks in them both. Iris is no longer so confident; Lark retreats into herself as she deals with challenges at school. And at the same time, something strange is happening in the city around them, things both great and small going missing without a trace. As Iris begins to understand that anything can be lost in the blink of an eye, she decides it's up to her to find a way to keep her sister safe.

  • What was the Vietnam War?What was the Vietnam War?

    O'Connor, Jim, author.

    "Learn how the United States ended up fighting for twenty years in a remote country on the other side of the world. The Vietnam War was as much a part of the tumultuous Sixties as Flower Power and the Civil Rights Movement. Five US presidents were convinced that American troops could end a war in the small, divided country of Vietnam and stop Communism from spreading in Southeast Asia. But they were wrong, and the result was the death of 58,000 American troops. Presenting all sides of a complicated and tragic chapter in recent history, Jim O'Connor explains why the US got involved, what the human cost was, and how defeat in Vietnam left a lasting scar on America"--

  • The Land of StoriesThe Land of Stories

    Colfer, Chris, 1990-, author.

    After decades of hiding, the evil Enchantress who cursed Sleeping Beauty is back with a vengeance. Alex and Conner Bailey have not been back to the magical Land of Stories since their adventures in The Wishing Spell ended. But one night, they learn the famed Enchantress has kidnapped their mother! Against the will of their grandmother, the twins must find their own way into the Land of Stories to rescue their mother and save the fairy tale world from the greatest threat it's ever faced.

  • What was the bombing of Hiroshima?What was the bombing of Hiroshima?

    Brallier, Jess M., author.

    "By August 1945, World War II was over in Europe, but the fighting continued between American forces and the Japanese, who were losing but determined to fight till the bitter end. And so it fell to a new president--Harry S. Truman--to make the fateful decision to drop two atomic bombs--one on Hiroshima and one on Nagasaki--and bring the war to rapid close. Now, even seventy years later, can anyone know if this was the right choice? In a thoughtful account of these history-changing events, Jess Brallier explains the leadup to the bombing, what the terrible results of it were, and how the threat of atomic war has colored world events since"--

  • MooMoo

    Creech, Sharon, http://id.loc.gov/authorities/name

    When Reena, her little brother, Luke, and their parents first move to Maine, Reena doesn't know what to expect. She's ready for beaches, blueberries, and all the lobster she can eat. Instead, her parents "volunteer" Reena and Luke to work for an eccentric neighbor named Mrs. Falala, who has a pig named Paulie, a cat named China, a snake named Edna-- and that stubborn cow, Zora.

  • Lullaby LakeLullaby Lake

    Charman, Katrina, author.

    Their magical map is leading Tag, Skyla, and Blaze closer and closer to The Shadowlands, Thorn's territory--but now the Ember Stone has fallen into the well-named Lullaby Lake, which is defended by fairies who sing intruders to sleep, and the friends must figure out a way to convince the "nixies" to help them retrieve it before Thorn gets his claws on it.

  • Go sleep in your own bed!Go sleep in your own bed!

    Fleming, Candace, author.

    When Pig plops into his sty at bedtime, he finds Cow sleeping there and must send her off to her stall, setting off a chain reaction of animals being awakened to move to their own beds.

  • Echo MountainEcho Mountain

    Wolk, Lauren, 1956-, author.

    When twelve-year-old Ellie and her family lose livelihood and move to a mountain cabin in 1934, she quickly learns to be an outdoors woman and, when needed, a healer.

  • MercuryMercury

    Zobel, Derek, 1983-

    "Introductory text and full-color images explore the physical characteristics and discovery of the planet Mercury. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Provided by publisher.

  • Pig the touristPig the tourist

    Blabey, Aaron, author, illustrator.

    Told in rhyming text, Pig the pug spreads destruction wherever he travels, creating complete chaos wrecking parties and parades until finally the locals unite to tell him to go away--but Pig never really learns his lesson, and remains a bad traveling companion to this day.

  • SaturnSaturn

    Zobel, Derek, 1983-

    "Introductory text and full-color images explore the physical characteristics and discovery of the planet Saturn. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Provided by publisher.

  • The last kids on Earth and the cosmic beyondThe last kids on Earth and the cosmic beyond

    Brallier, Max, author.

    During the first winter after the Monster Apocalypse, Jack and his buddies prepare for a monstrous Christmas celebration, but a supervillainess steals Jack's prized monster-slaying weapon, his Louisville Slicer, and he vows to get it back.

  • The teacher's petThe teacher's pet

    Rissi, Anica Mrose.

    When a class pet proves to be more than a handful, the students agree they cannot keep him, but how will they convince their teacher, Mr. Stricter, who loves the strange creature?.

  • How to read a storyHow to read a story

    Messner, Kate, author.

    "A picture book celebration of the act of exploring--and sharing--a book"--

  • The last kids on Earth and the midnight bladeThe last kids on Earth and the midnight blade

    Brallier, Max, author.

    Surviving their first winter after the Monster Apocalypse was no easy feat, yet Jack and his buddies waste no time springing to action against some of the nastiest, most evil monsters around. When Jack discovers his Louisville Slicer has new, otherworldly powers, he's thrown into epic training to find out what kind of destruction the blade can wield. But between fighting off zombies, fleeing from strange, glowy Vine-Thingies erupting from the ground, and squeezing in a video game session or two, there's barely time left to figure out what's wrong with their buddy, Dirk, who's been acting weird any time he's around the undead. When an unexpected villain appears, can Jack and his friends save themselves--and the rest of the world--from cosmic domination?.

  • TorpedoedTorpedoed : the true story of the World War II sinking of "The Children's Ship"

    Heiligman, Deborah, author. http://id.loc.gov/auth

    "A true account of the attack and sinking of the passenger ship SS City of Benares, which was evacuating children from England during WWII"--Provided by publisher.

  • Lazily, crazily, just a bit nasallyLazily, crazily, just a bit nasally : more about adverbs

    Cleary, Brian P., 1959-

    Rhyming words and illustrations exemplify adverbs and their functions.

  • Cool pet treatsCool pet treats : easy recipes for kids to bake

    Price, Pamela S.

    Feeding your pet has never been so much fun! From cornbread bones to tuna snacks, "Cool Pet Treats" contains kid-tested, cool recipes that will have children baking--and loving it! Basic baking techniques, tools, and ingredients are illustrated so kids can quickly prepare each recipe.

  • UranusUranus

    Sexton, Colleen A., 1967-

    "Introductory text and full-color images explore the physical characteristics and discovery of the planet Uranus. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Provided by publisher.

  • HedgehogsHedgehogs

    Murray, Julie, 1969-, author.

  • Ways to make sunshineWays to make sunshine

    Watson, Renée, author.

    The Hart family of Portland, Oregon, faces many setbacks after Ryan's father loses his job, but no matter what, Ryan tries to bring sunshine to her loved ones.

  • Book of bonesBook of bones : 10 record-breaking animals

    Balkan, Gabrielle.

    "Ten record-breaking animal bones are introduced through a series of ... guessing game with clues. Readers examine animals' skeletons and guess to whom they belong; the answers are revealed in ... scenic habitats, with easily understood--and humorous--explanations."--Publisher's description.

  • Give me back my book!Give me back my book!

    Foster, Travis.

    "Two friends, Redd and Bloo, argue over the possession of one special book with a green cover, hard cover, a nice spine, and pages turn from right to left--but unite when Bookworm walks off with it"--Provided by publisher.

  • Fergus and Zeke and the field day challengeFergus and Zeke and the field day challenge

    Messner, Kate, author.

    Fergus and Zeke love being the class pets in Miss Maxwell's classroom. From science experiments to art projects, they do everything the students do. But on Field Day, none of the events are the right size for the small mice -- the limbo is too easy, the high jump is too hard, and kickball is absolutely terrifying! So Fergus and Zeke create their own Field Day Challenge, with mouse-size tug-of-war, acorn throwing, and Hula-Hooping. After all the fun and exercise, it's time to go back to the classroom -- but Fergus and Zeke are locked out! Will they be able to use their new skills to get inside in time for ice pops?.

  • The girl and the witch's gardenThe girl and the witch's garden

    Bowman, Erin, author.

    While living with her estranged mother at mysterious Mallory Estate, twelve-year-old Piper Peavey must undergo three trials to obtain from the enchanted garden an elixir that might save her dying father.

  • Fox & RabbitFox & Rabbit

    Ferry, Beth, author.

    Easygoing Fox and anxious Rabbit seem like total opposites, but they are the best of friends, discovering their favorite things and overcoming their fears together.

  • Dear BeastDear Beast

    Butler, Dori Hillestad, author.

    Through a series of letters, Simon, a grumpy and jealous cat, informs Baxter, his boy's new dog, that he is not welcome and should leave at once.

  • McTavish goes wildMcTavish goes wild

    Rosoff, Meg, 1956- author.

    "It's summer, and the Peachey family is in crisis--again. Where will they go for their vacation? Betty Peachey thinks that camping is the answer, and Ma Peachey knows just the place. But Pa Peachey is convinced that terrible dangers lurk in the world of nature, Ollie only wants to know if there are dance clubs, and Ava would rather stay home and read German philosophy. Will rescue dog McTavish figure out how to turn the Peacheys into happy campers--and get them to brave the sparkling river and scenic mountainside before they pack up their tent and go home?"--From the publisher's web site.

  • One last shotOne last shot

    Anderson, John David, 1975- author.

    "For as long as he can remember, Malcolm has never felt like he was good enough. Not for his parents, who have always seemed at odds with each other, with Malcolm caught in between. And especially not for his dad, whose competitive drive and love for sports Malcolm has never shared. That is, until Malcolm discovers miniature golf, the one sport he actually enjoys. Maybe it's the way in which every hole is a puzzle to be solved. Or the whimsy of the windmills and waterfalls that decorate the course. Or maybe it's the slushies at the snack bar. But whatever the reason, something about mini golf just clicks for Malcolm. And best of all, it's a sport his dad can't possibly obsess over. Or so Malcolm thinks. Soon he is signed up for lessons and entered in tournaments. And yet, even as he becomes a better golfer and finds unexpected friends at the local course, he wonders if he might not always be a disappointment. But as the final match of the year draws closer, the tension between Malcolm's parents reaches a breaking point, and it's up to him to put the puzzle of his family back together again"--From the publisher's web site.

  • New kidNew kid

    Craft, Jerry.

    "Seventh grader Jordan Banks loves nothing more than drawing cartoons about his life. But instead of sending him to the art school of his dreams, his parents enroll him in a prestigious private school known for its academics, where Jordan is one of the few kids of color in his entire grade. As he makes the daily trip from his Washington Heights apartment to the upscale Riverdale Academy Day School, Jordan soon finds himself torn between two worlds--and not really fitting into either one. Can Jordan learn to navigate his new school culture while keeping his friends and staying true to himself?"--Provided by publisher.

  • The knowledge gapThe knowledge gap : the hidden cause of America's broken education system--and how to fix it

    Wexler, Natalie.

    Examines the philosophies and practices of the American education system, arguing that low student test scores result from a mistaken emphasis at the elementary level on context-free reading skills and strategies rather than content-rich curricula that give students knowledge about the world.

  • Cool cakes & cupcakesCool cakes & cupcakes : easy recipes for kids to bake

    Price, Pamela S.

    An introduction to baking for children that provides an overview of baking tools, ingredients, and techniques and offers six easy-to-follow recipes for cakes and cupcakes.

  • Barry and the great mountain rescueBarry and the great mountain rescue

    Moss, Helen, 1964-

    "The Time Dogs-Baxter, Trevor, Newton, Maia, and Titch-find themselves transported back to the year 1800 to the Swiss Alps. There they meet Barry, a famous Great Saint Bernard rescue dog who saved many lives during his service in the mountain rescue program. Together, the Time Dogs and Barry help rescue a boy trapped in a storm"--Provided by publisher.

  • Stepping stonesStepping stones

    Knisley, Lucy, author, artist.

    "Jen moves out to the country and has to put up with her mom and her mom's new boyfriend, as well as his kids. Suddenly part of a larger family in a new place, Jen isn't sure there is a place for her in this different world"--Provided by the publisher.

  • StuckStuck

    Jeffers, Oliver.

    Floyd's kite gets stuck in a tree, and he tries to knock it down with increasingly larger and more outrageous things.

  • Bo and the dragon-pupBo and the dragon-pup

    Elliott, Rebecca.

    "Rainbow Tinseltail (called Bo) has never actually seen a dragon, but when things start going missing from Sparklegrove School for Unicorns all clues seem to point to a dragon pup called Scorch--but when Scorch does not return to the dragon caves, Bo and her friends become worried that he has gotten lost in the forest and they set out to find their new friend"--Provided by publisher.

  • Big NateBig Nate

    Peirce, Lincoln.

    A reprinting of the "Big Nate" comic strip, that follows the adventures of eleven-year-old Nate Wright, who's band is invited to play at the P.S. 38 annual open house.

  • Curtain callCurtain call

    Holm, Jennifer L., author.

    "Babymouse tries out for the middle school play, but instead of landing the lead role, she gets stuck with playing a clown with one line of dialogue"--

  • Rowley Jefferson's Awesome friendly adventureRowley Jefferson's Awesome friendly adventure

    Kinney, Jeff.

    "From the imagination of Rowley Jefferson comes an adventure of epic proportions. Join Roland and his best friend, Garg the Barbarian, as they leave the safety of their village and embark on a quest to save Roland's mom from the White Warlock"--Back cover.

  • Jack's worryJack's worry

    Zuppardi, Sam.

    "Jack loves playing the trumpet. For weeks he's been looking forward to playing in his first-ever concert. But on the morning of the big day, Jack finds he has a worry. From the creator of "The Nowhere Box" comes a...story about the jitters associated with first experiences--and the satisfaction that comes with conquering your fears"--Dust jacket.

  • HoneyHoney

    Weeks, Sarah.

    "Melody has lived in Royal, Indiana, for as long as she can remember. It's been just her and her father, and she's been okay with that. But then she overhears him calling someone Honey-- and suddenly it feels like everyone in Royalhas a secret. It's up to Melody and her best friend, Nick, to piece together the clues and discover why Honey is being hidden. Meanwhile, a dog named Mo is new to Royal. He doesn't remember much from when he was a puppy ... but he keeps having dreams of a girl he is bound to meet someday"--Dust jacket.

  • Wilma Jean the worry machineWilma Jean the worry machine

    Cook, Julia, 1964-

    Follows Wilma Jean at home and at school as she learns to cope with her anxieties.

  • Permission to feelPermission to feel : unlocking the power of emotions to help our kids, ourselves, and our society thrive

    Brackett, Marc A.

    Discusses the author's approach to understanding emotions and mastering them for children.

  • Clothesline clues to jobs people doClothesline clues to jobs people do

    Heling, Kathryn.

    Colorful illustrations help children determine job titles from the clothes the people wear.

  • Funny businessFunny business

    A collection of humorous stories featuring a teenaged mummy, a homicidal turkey, and the world's largest pool of chocolate milk.

  • A smart girl's guideA smart girl's guide. how to feel less stressed and have more fun

    Woodburn, Judith, 1959-

    Offers practical advice to young girls on how to deal with stress and worry.

  • The sunThe sun

    Sexton, Colleen A., 1967-

    Introductory text and full-color images explore the physical characteristics of the sun.

  • Whose hands are these?Whose hands are these? : a community helper guessing book

    Paul, Miranda.

    Encourages readers to guess who belongs to which hands based on text and picture clues.

  • What to do when you worry too muchWhat to do when you worry too much : a kid's guide to overcoming anxiety

    Huebner, Dawn.

    Presents a practical guide that helps children develop the skills necessary to overcome anxiety, fear, and worry through writing and drawing activities as well as self-help exercises and strategies.

  • The word collectorThe word collector

    Reynolds, Peter H. (Peter Hamilton), 1961-

    Jerome enjoys collecting and using words that he hears, reads, or sees, and then decides to share his collection with others.

  • You've got dragonsYou've got dragons

    Cave, Kathryn.

    A young boy discovers that he has worries and fears that appear to him as dragons and shares what he learns about living with them.

  • You can readYou can read

    Becker, Helaine.

    "Kids of all ages will discover that the act of reading is a daring adventure that can take you anywhere! You can read at the playground, under the sea, at the opera and even in outer space! It turns out you can read everywhere! And when you do, you open yourself to a universe of adventure"--OCLC.

  • Could you survive the Ice Age?Could you survive the Ice Age? : an interactive prehistoric adventure

    Hoena, B. A.

    The reader's choices determine whether three friends will survive after being mysteriously transported back in time to when the climate was cold and saber-toothed cats and wooly mammoths roamed the land.

  • When dinosaurs came with everythingWhen dinosaurs came with everything

    Broach, Elise.

    Although his mother is a little worried, a young boy is delighted to discover that every shop in town is giving away real dinosaurs to their customers.

  • Finding FrançoisFinding François : a story about the healing power of friendship

    Gordon, Gus, 1971-, author, illustrator.

    Alice sends a message in a bottle that travels the River Seine and lands with François, who helps her heal from the loss of her beloved grandmother.

  • Pop of the bumpy mummyPop of the bumpy mummy

    Cummings, Troy, author.

    Alexander's class is going on a sleepover at the Stermont Museum, but something is stealing bright, shiny objects from all over town, including the museum's treasured Ruby Scorpion, and on the night of the visit the young monster hunters finally confront the town's newest monster--a warrior covered entirely by bubble-wrap.

  • Flurry of the snombiesFlurry of the snombies

    Cummings, Troy, author.

    It is a very hot summer in Stermont, and Alexander and his friends are at Camp Gloamy in the mountains, but even here there are monsters--specifically zombie snowmen called snombies who want to freeze the young monster-hunters.

  • Battle of the boss-monsterBattle of the boss-monster

    Cummings, Troy, author.

    In the year since Alexander and his father moved to Stermont, he and his friends in the Super Secret Monster Patrol of Stermont Elementary have defeated all kinds of monsters, but now they face their greatest challenge, the boss-monster who has kidnapped fellow monster fighter Ms. Vanderpants and stolen the Notebook of Doom--and they have to do it before Alexander turns eight and stops being able to see monsters.

  • Rumble of the coaster ghostRumble of the coaster ghost

    Cummings, Troy, author.

    Alexander's class is going on a field trip to an amusement park called Safety Land with really slow, boring rides--but this is Stermont, and when a weird magician tells Alexander and his friends that the roller coaster is haunted things start to get a lot more interesting.

  • Charge of the lightning bugsCharge of the lightning bugs

    Cummings, Troy, author.

    It is the first day of the brand-new Stermont Elementary School, but everything electrical seems to be going haywire, and it looks like strange green lightning bugs are draining off the power--but when they see green lightning in a clear blue sky Alexander and his friends know there must be a monster involved.

  • Snap of the super-goopSnap of the super-goop

    Cummings, Troy, author, illustrator.

    Alexander keeps seeing monsters he has previously conquered, but every time he gets close they disappear and his friends are beginning to think he is delusional--but when one of their teachers turns into a blob of super-goop right before their eyes they realize the team is dealing with a shape-shifter, and it is after the Notebook of Doom.

  • Rescue on the Oregon trailRescue on the Oregon trail

    Messner, Kate, author.

    Ranger, a golden retriever, could have been a great search-and-rescue-dog except for the squirrels--but one day he unearths a mysterious box and finds himself transported back to the year 1850 where his faithful service is really needed by a family traveling west along the Oregon Trail.

  • March of the VanderpantsMarch of the Vanderpants

    Cummings, Troy, author, illustrator.

    The Notebook of Doom is missing and Alexander and his fellow-monster hunters, Rip and Nikki, are convinced that the boss-monster has it; but is that monster the mysterious Principal Vanderpants, who is certainly behaving oddly, or someone else--and they need to figure that out quickly because a mistake could have deadly consequences for Stermont Elementary.

  • Sparks!Sparks!

    Boothby, Ian, author.

    August is a brilliant inventor who is afraid of the outside. Charlie is a crack pilot who isn't afraid of anything. Together these pals save lives every day. They also happen to be cats who pilot a powerful, mechanical dog suit!

  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsHarry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

    Rowling, J. K.

    When the Chamber of Secrets is opened again at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, second-year student Harry Potter finds himself in danger from a dark power that has once more been released on the school.

  • Sideways stories from Wayside SchoolSideways stories from Wayside School

    Sachar, Louis, 1954-

    Presents humorous episodes from the classroom on the thirtieth floor of Wayside School, which was accidentally built sideways with one classroom on each story.

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  • I survived the sinking of the Titanic, 1912I survived the sinking of the Titanic, 1912

    Ball, Georgia.

    Excited to board the Titanic with his aunt and little sister, ten-year-old George begins to explore the ill-fated ship's first-class storage cabin when the ship is rocked by a collision with an iceberg and begins to sink.

  • CampCamp

    Miller, Kayla.

    "Olive and Willow are happy campers! Or are they? Olive is sure she'll have the best time at summer camp with her friend Willow--but while Olive makes quick friends with the other campers, Willow struggles to form connections and latches on to the only person she knows--Olive. It's s'more than Olive can handle! The stress of being Willow's living security blanket begins to wear on Olive and before long . . . the girls aren't just fighting, they may not even be friends by the time camp is over. Will the two be able to patch things up before the final lights out?"--OCLC.

  • Building in MinecraftBuilding in Minecraft

    Gregory, Josh.

    Explores how to build in the video game Minecraft.

  • Dog Man: Brawl of the WildDog Man: Brawl of the Wild : brawl of the wild

    Pilkey, Dav.

  • Dog man : For Whom the Ball RollsDog man : For Whom the Ball Rolls : for whom the ball rolls

    Pilkey, Dav.

  • The Bad Guys in superbadThe Bad Guys in superbad

    Blabey, Aaron.

    "The Bad Guys have strangely acquired superpowers! But their powers might be, well, defective. They can only do things like blow their own pants off in public. Not exactly what you'd call hero-caliber skills. Defective or not, the Bad Guys have a job to do. With Dr. Marmalade ready to destroy the world, Mr. Wolf, Mr. Snake, Mr. Piranha, and Mr. Shark finally have their chance to be (super)heroes! And this time, they may just get some help"--Amazon.

  • Dog Man and Cat KidDog Man and Cat Kid

    Pilkey, Dav, 1966-

    "Dog Man, ... the heroic hound with a real nose for justice, now has a furry feline sidekick, and together they have a mystery to sniff out! When a new kitty sitter arrives and a glamorous movie starlet goes missing, it's up to Dog Man and Cat Kid to save the day! Will these heroes stay hot on the trail, or will Petey the world's most evil cat send them barking up the wrong tree?"--Provided by publisher.

  • Dog manDog man

    Pilkey, Dav, 1966-, author.

    When a new bunch of baddies bust up the town, Dog Man is called into action -- and this time he isn't alone. With a cute kitten and a remarkable robot by his side, our heroes must save the day by joining forces with an unlikely ally: Petey, the World's Most Evil Cat. But can the villainous Petey avoid vengeance and venture into virtue?.

  • The wild robot escapesThe wild robot escapes

    Brown, Peter, 1979-

    After being captured by the Recons and returned to civilization for reprogramming, Roz is sent to Hilltop Farm where she befriends her owner's family and animals, but pines for her son, Brightbill.

  • A tale of two kittiesA tale of two kitties

    Pilkey, Dav, 1966-, author, artist.

    When a villain turns buildings into monsters that can eat anything in their path, Petey the cat's clone L'il Petey steps in to save the day, while Dog Man works to remain the top crimefighter in the city.

  • GhostsGhosts

    Telgemeier, Raina.

    Catrina and her family have moved to the coast of Northern California for the sake of her little sister, Maya, who has cystic fibrosis--and Cat is even less happy about the move when she is told that her new town is inhabited by ghosts, and Maya sets her heart on meeting one.

  • The wild robotThe wild robot

    Brown, Peter, 1979-

    Roz the robot discovers that she is alone on a remote, wild island with no memory of where she is from or why she is there, and her only hope of survival is to try to learn about her new environment from the island's hostile inhabitants.

  • What was D-Day?What was D-Day?

    Demuth, Patricia.

    Explores the history and events of the D-Day invasion on June 6, 1944, that led to the liberation of western Europe from Nazi Germany's control during World War II.

  • SistersSisters

    Telgemeier, Raina.

    In graphic novel format, Raina Telgemeier shares the story of her relationship with her younger sister.

  • Amy meets her stepsisterAmy meets her stepsister

    Barkley, Callie.

    Amy so looks forward to meeting her future stepsister, Chloe, that she is not prepared when Chloe first ignores her and is downright mean.

  • Marion takes a breakMarion takes a break

    Barkley, Callie.

    When a broken ankle forces Marion to withdraw from the horse show, she finds a way to stay active by helping her friends at the Critter Club animal shelter find homes for a litter of kittens.

  • The dragonet prophecyThe dragonet prophecy

    Sutherland, Tui, 1978-

    Clay and the other four MudWing dragonets were stolen from their homes while they were still in their eggs and hidden for years in order to fulfill a prophecy claiming that the dragonets would end the war between the dragon tribes, but not all of the dragonets want their destiny.

  • Mrs. Kormel is not normal!Mrs. Kormel is not normal!

    Gutman, Dan.

    Mrs. Kormel is a weird school bus driver who gets A.J. and his friends so lost that they may never get to school.

  • The High-Rise Private EyesThe High-Rise Private Eyes : the case of the desperate duck

    Rylant, Cynthia.

    In their latest case, animal detectives Bunny and Jack help Mabel the duck find out who stole the sugar cubes from her tea room.

  • Colliding with ChrisColliding with Chris

    Harder, Dan.

    A young boy's first ride on a bicycle with hand brakes turns out to be much wilder than he ever imagined.

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