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Oh No, My Brother is Frankenstein's Monster
After a car accident, Matthew's brother has a metal halo screwed into his skull. But he doesn't look like an angel. He looks more like Frankenstein's monster, and he's moving into the room next to Matthew. Someone is watching Matthew's house. He's wearing a white lab coat with IGOR on the nametag. A jar with a Big Brain label is found in their backyard. A storm is brewing, the phone is dead, the power is out, and the brothers are all alone in the dark, as a shadow passes by their window. ... more info>>
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Danger at Baird's Den
Kate Baird planned to have a quiet, boring summer in her small town in the mountains of North Carolina, cleaning bathrooms in her family's bed and breakfast, Baird's Den. Her mother was laid up with a broken leg and Kate would have to help her out all summer.
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A Monster at My Window
Bang...bang...bang...bang...What was that? Something keeps banging on Ryan's window and waking him up. What can it be? A monster? Ryan is scared and tries several different ideas to catch the monster. Will he find out what it is?
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A Christmas Princess
Brooke wants a pair of glass slippers for Christmas, but becomes disappointed when she and her two little sisters receive crowns instead. Will disappointment ruin her Christmas, or will the help of a Christmas fairy and the love for her sisters help Brooke discover the true meaning of Christmas?
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The Bell, the Book and the Spellbinder
One dark, drippy day, when Byron "Fergie" Ferguson gets bored, he wonders what the last book in the library is. What he finds past the last set of shelves is a battered black cover with the Dewey decimal number 99.99S and a title as red as blood--The Book of True Wishes by Jarmyn Thanatos. Even though Fergie is a good kid, he steals the book, setting off a chain of sinister events that threaten not only his life but the lives of his friends Johnny Dixon and Professor Childermass as well. Soon,... more info>>
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The Hand of the Necromancer
By donating a box full of strange objects, Professor Childermass gets his young friend Johnny Dixon a summer job at the Gudge Museum. Everything seems okay as Johnny mops the floors and dusts the artifacts. That is, until a sinister man named Mattheus Mergal shows up looking for the one item the professor held back to keep safe--a wooden hand carved by the evil wizard Esdrias Blackleash. If Mergal gets the hand, he'll be able to bring back his long-dead relative and their sinister powers will b... more info>>
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The Drum, the Doll, and the Zombie
When Dr. Charles Coote--a noted folklorist and old friend of Professor Childermass--returns from a conference in New Orleans, he brings home a small, sinister drum. It's made entirely of black wood with red leather straps and small, white bones. Nobody takes Dr. Coote's worries about the drum very seriously, until Fergie taps it a few times and releases an unspeakable evil. Suddenly, Johnny and Fergie and the professor find themselves battling the imposing Madame Sinestra, a voodoo priestess wh... more info>>
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Circles
Beebe Clarke and Mark Driscoll both live with single parents in San Francisco. They even go to the same high school--but they've never met. Beebe is earnestly interested in Shakespeare and acting, and Mark is deeply involved with astronomy. Both of them would like to find someone of the opposite sex who views life as seriously as they do--but they keep missing one another. Juvenile/middle grade fiction by Marilyn Sachs; originally published by Puffin
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If I Were...
If I Were... is a collection of connected, playful poems that promote a positive, compassionate message in a time when children are routinely subjected to cynicism and tragedy, encouraging empathy through different and fantastic viewpoints.
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The Timid Christmas Tree
Looking for a touching story to read to your children at Christmas time? Try "The Timid Christmas Tree" by Gary Peterson. Bridget is five years old and all excited about going to the woods to get a Christmas tree. When she finds just the right one, she discovers it is alive and frightened. How will she keep her brother from cutting down? Can she convince him that she isn't crazy that the tree is really alive? A Touching Christmas story that will make an awesome bed time story all year round.
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Belinda and the Missing Will [A Belinda Robinson Novel Book 3]
Belinda's unusual grandmother, with her unusual cat, Senna, is looking after Belinda while her parents are away. Belinda is thrilled because unusual things always happen when grandmother comes to visit... And this visit is no exception, first the girls learn of the missing Will that will save old Miss Higgins, then the petrified gryphon on Miss Higgins' roof accidentally gets woken. If a hungry, angry gryphon wasn't bad enough, Belinda and her friends learn that they must find the gryphon's m... more info>>
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Veronica Ganz
Veronica Ganz is a bully. She has beaten up everybody in all her classes and has never been challenged?until little Peter Wedemeyer, who only comes up to her shoulder, moves into the neighborhood. Taunting, teasing and always one step ahead of her mighty fists, Veronica must find a way to teach him who is boss. Or maybe Veronica could learn something from Peter? Juvenile Fiction for ages 9-12 by Marilyn Sachs; originally published by Doubleday
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Chippie Chipmunk's Adventure
Chippie Chipmunk leaves his family to go out on his first big adventure.
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Delbert Dalmatian Loses His Spots
Prankster, Delbert Dalmatian, learns his lesson when he goes too far with a prank on his best friend, Tommy, the housecat.
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Little Skunk Wants a Friend
All Little Skunk wants is a friend and with his courage and kindness he receives the best birthday present ever.
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Return to Painter's Island
"It is in the 1950's and Jim, who is almost nine years old, helps his mom support the family because his dad is too sick to work. He sometimes is allowed to escape to "Painter's Island", a magical place where he can be a kid again. Follow him as he jumps off sawdust piles, digs up buried treasure, has sword fights with his friends, and tries to fly."
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Tippy Goes Camping
Chippie Chipmunk leaves his family to go out on his first big adventure.
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The Fires Beneath the Sea
Cara's mother has disappeared. Her father isn't talking about it. Her big brother Max is hiding behind his iPod, and her genius little brother Jackson is busy studying the creatures he collects from the beach. But when a watery specter begins to haunt the family's Cape Cod home, Cara and her brothers realize that their scientist mother may not be who they thought she was--and that the world has much stranger, much older inhabitants than they had imagined. With help from Cara's best friend Hayley... more info>>
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Archer's Christmas Cracker
Archer's second adventure with James, Mark and Rebecca. Mark, James and Rebecca, together with Archer set off to spend Christmas with their Grandmother who lives in the country. What is going on in the fields behind their Gran's house late at night? Who is living in the burned out ruin of the Priory nearby? Archer and his new-found friends, Henry and Elliot, two Irish Setters, set about solving the mystery in their own way, unearthing clues no humans could have hoped to find. The adventure ge... more info>>
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A Belinda Robinson Novel Book 1: Belinda and the Witch's Cat
Belinda is an only child, and lonely. When her mother has to leave home to recover from her illness, her grandmother arrives to look after her. Belinda discovers to her delight that she has a very unusual grandmother and her grandmother's cat, a superior Siamese called Senna is equally unusual. Belinda's life suddenly becomes full of friends and adventures. She learns to fly a moth eaten carpet to visit her mother, turn a big black bear back into her father and saves Senna from certain death... more info>>
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The Caterpillar That Wouldn't Change
Imagine a caterpillar not wanting to become a butterfly. When another caterpillar, Franny, informs Nelle they must turn into butterflies, Nelle resists the change. When Franny reappears as a beautiful monarch butterfly, she motivates her feeble friend with a single phrase - you only have to want to change. Once a butterfly, Nellie realizes that change is often better than expected. The story's simple format and lovely illustrations hold a life changing message: Our dreams are only a choice away... more info>>
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Surviving The Storm
Imagine being a child and living through a hurricane and then trying to cope with the aftermath. In Surviving the Storm a Sister helps her little brother cope with the changes in their life by writing him a story about Katie The Kestrel and hoew she survived a catastrophe of her own.
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Mystify
Sasha Carrington has grown up feeling like an outsider, and her parents are too concerned with scaling the Lincoln, Connecticut, social ladder to even notice her. They'd be really horrified to know about the supernatural abilities Sasha and her friends Krystal and Jake possess. But as part of the Mystyx, Sasha has found her place.Now her parents have suddenly taken an interest in everything she does, and their timing couldn't be worse. Sasha's father wants her to become BFFs with snooty Alyssa T... more info>>
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Rich and Mad
Maddy is a sixteen-year-old who likesa boy in her theater club. Joe is cute and popular and, incredibly,sending signals that he likes her back.Or does he? Isn’t Joe going out with Gemma? Rich has a crush on Grace, and he even sends a letterof recommendation from the pope to gether to pay attention to him. But Gracedoesn’t appreciate that tactic. . . . The problem is, in life’s messymixed signals of friends and liesand sex and status, true love canbe hard to find.... more info>>
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Shadow Hills
After her sister Athena's tragic death, it's obvious that grief-stricken Persephone "Phe" Archer no longer belongs in Los Angeles. Hoping to make sense of her sister's sudden demise and the cryptic dreams following it, Phe abandons her bubbly LA life to attend an uptight East Coast preparatory school in Shadow Hills, MA -- a school which her sister mysteriously mentioned in her last diary entry before she died.  Once there, Phe quickly realizes that something is deeply amiss in her new town... more info>>
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