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Anastasia's Chosen Career by
Publication Date: 1987-10-26
In her seventh adventure, the irrepressible Anastasia decides that charm school is the answer to her career dilemmas.
Invasion of the Appleheads by
Publication Date: 2014
The One Hundredth Thing about Caroline by
Publication Date: 1983-10-24
When their mother starts to date the mystery man on the fifth floor, who has been instructed by his agent to "eliminate the children" by the first of May, eleven-year-old Caroline and her older brother figure they're targeted to be the victims of a savage crime.
The Great Science Fair Disaster by
Publication Date: 1992-11-01
Marcie Wilder's father, who is also principal of her school, announces there will be a school science fair for all seventh graders; however, Marcie is afraid it will turn into a disaster like his other project ideas.
Cody's Varsity Rush by
Publication Date: 2005-08-23
High school challenges in faith and football--for boys ages 8-12 When Cody moves to high school, he faces adjustments and challenges in his academic, athletic, and social life. For the first time ever, he feels timid about his Christianity and won't speak up in defense of his faith. But on the gridiron, Cody excels, and a series of player injuries and one player's suspension catapult him into the varsity lineup where he experiences not just nervousness, but sheer terror.
Ellie's Birthstone Ring by
Publication Date: 1992-11-10
While trying to buy her birthstone ring, 6-year-old Ellie learns the difference between her peers and her true friends.
Great Escape by
Publication Date: 2007-01-01
Jared, his twin brother Simon and their sister Mallory escape from trolls who are after a book that reveals the world of the fairies.
Running Away by
Publication Date: 2000-06-01
A serious job for a little angel The Little Angel of Responsibility has a hard time finishing what she starts. She?s been working on the same knitting project for weeks. But something more interesting always seems to come up. This time, it?s helping a little girl with a big problem. Danielle is old enough to take care of herself. So when her mother starts working again, she leaves a lot of responsibility in Danielle?s hands -- like making sure to get her homework done on time. But when the choice is left up to Danielle, she?d rather practice running for the track team than do schoolwork. Is the Little Angel of Responsibility ready to lend a hand? Be responsible!
Pirate Problems by
Publication Date: 2010-09-01
Robert and the Great Escape by
Publication Date: 2003-08-29
President?s Day weekend and a ski trip with his best friend Paul comes just in time for Robert to break out of the winter doldrums at school. But when they return, they find that the third grade?s pet snake, Sally, is missing. Has Sally been kidnapped? Robert & Paul search the school, where clues lead them to the dark, mysterious basement and a surprising solution to the mystery.
Seven Kisses in a Row by
Publication Date: 2002-01-22
It's not fair, Emma thinks, for her parents to go away (for five whole days) and leave her with an aunt and uncle she hardly knows. What if they don't like children? But Aunt Evelyn and Uncle Eliot like Emma and her brother, Zachary, just fine. They also like rules. Rules about: Eating. Sleeping. Cleaning up. Messing up. Emma doesn't believe in rules. Not unless they're hers: Eating no broccoli, dead or alive. Sleeping: No sleeping in a room where night rumbles hide. Cleaning up: Don't. Messing up: Do. Emma can see that Aunt Evelyn and Uncle Elliot have a lot to learn about being parents. But that's okay---because Emma has five whole days in which to teach them.
Christine of the Fourth by
Publication Date: 2008-01-01
The Boggart by
Publication Date: 1993
When Emily and Jess Volnik's family inherits a remote, crumbling Scottish castle, they also inherit the Boggart-- an invisible, mischievious spirit who's been playing tricks on residents of Castle Keep for generations. Then the Boggart is trapped in a rolltop desk and inadvertently shipped to the Volnik's home in Toronto, where nothing will ever be the same-- for the Volniks or the Boggart. In a world that doesn't believe in magic, the Boggart's pranks wreak havoc, particularly for Emily, who is accused of causing psychic disturbances. And even the newfound joys of peanut butter and pizza and fudge sauce eventually wear thin for the Boggart. He wants to go home-- but his only hope lies in a risky and daring blend of modern technology and ancient magic.
Faces in the Water by
Publication Date: 1981
In this second book in the chilling York Trilogy, Dan struggles to bring the truth behind the faces in the Water to the surface.
Back from York, England, and away from the ghosts and gypsies that haunted him there, Dan is prepared to spend a relaxing summer on his grandmother's farm. But he no sooner arrives than his peaceful mood turns into terror.
Again and again, he sees the face of a gypsy he met in York in the cellar spring water, and hears whispers of his name in the wind. Determined to confront the fears and faces that have followed him home, and restore his life to the way it was before York, Dan is led into the past, where he must examine the present and focus on the future yet again.
Publication Date: 1993-10-01
A boy named Mozie believes he is being threatened by a giant, humming pea pod in this exciting fantasy.
Picture books and early readers