Trapped in a world where magic is powerful and dreams are real, Cole and his friends are pushed to the limit as they make one final attempt to restore magic to the Outskirts and find their way back home.
New Kids' Fiction Books
Jordan and his sister Karla beg their parents to take them to a big carnival that has opened on the other side of town. When they arrive, the two kids are delighted by the rides, the sideshow, the interesting displays, and the great food booths.
This itsy Morkie (maltese-yorkie mix) may be the tiniest dog Charles has ever seen. But she thinks she's a big girl and she's full of sassy attitude. Can the Peterson's find her a perfect forever home?
Harry Hammer looks for the lost treasure of Long Fin Silver, the greatest pirate of the deep seas, in this ninth Shark School (mis)adventure.
When a beloved Dalmatian goes missing while cousins Mike and Kate are in St. Louis for a Cardinals game, they rush to investigate and find a ransom note.
When Cora reads a short story she wrote about a narwhal in her English class, Vivian Shimmermore mocks her and says that everyone knows that narwhals are fake. Suddenly Cora and her friends are embarking on an exciting quest to find these not-so-mythical creatures and prove Vivian wrong.
Mal, Evie, Carlos, and Jay have received threatening messages demanding they return home. They have a sneaking suspicion that their villainous parents are behind the messages, and something Evie sees in her Magic Mirror confirms their fears. Although Maleficent's just a tiny lizard after her confrontation with Mal, could she have found a way to escape? Mal and her friends determine to sneak back to the Isle to get to the bottom of the mystery.
"For the first time in his life, J.P. is in love, and it's making him do all sorts of weird things. Like using deodorant when he doesn't even smell, bumping into walls, and imagining he hears serenading violins. J.P. has even forgotten his obsession with chess, too caught up in pondering the beauty of Angela Patricia Galsworthy, a girl who has just moved to town from London and has the most charming British accent. J.P. will do anything to impress Angela, even lie about having a rare and fatal disease called triple framosis. From there, his lies grow bigger and bigger and bigger, until he can barely keep them all straight. What's a lovesick boy to do?"--Page 4 of cover
Molly gets her friends together for the school's Lend-a-Hand contest during Christmas season, as Americans on the home front pitch in to help win World War Two.
When Emily from England stays with Molly and her family, Molly learns about what people go through during a real bombing. Just when she thinks the war will never end, Molly gets the news that her father is coming home.
After a series of odd mishaps befall a young Broadway actress, Rebecca decides to find out if someone is trying to keep the starlet off the stage.
When Kit arrives in Kentucky to visit her aunt and brother she finds trouble brewing and locals blaming the CCC workers, leaving Kit to find the real culprit before things get worse.
Nanea meets a boy named Mano at her grandparents' market and, when things start to go missing from the market, she suspects he's the thief. Mano doesn't help his case by bragging about getting away with breaking some of the island's rules.
"In the second book in the new Finding Tinker Bell series, The Never Girls' quest takes them to a mysterious shadow island. Can they find Tink without putting the rest of their fairy friends in danger?"-- Provided by publisher.
"Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose solve a mystery at the Museum of Science"-- Provided by publisher.
The Aldens are helping out at a doughnut shop, but when a rival store opens across town, strange events follow, and the children have a mouthwatering mystery to solve!
Gilly and her friends must prepare for a giant invasion after Jack plants magic beans, earning him a spot in Fairy Tale Reform School and reminding Gilly how good it feels to be bad.
When his strict great-aunt promotes rules that threaten the neighborhood pigeons, Teddy may have to bend a few rules to save them even if it means to team up with his pesky little brother, also known as The Destructor.
Twelve-year-old Treasure Daniels and her younger sister must move in with Great-aunt Grace until their mother sorts herself out, but life in Black Lake, Virginia, where segregation lingers, is hard and Grace is a nightmare--at least on the surface.
An average kid with an above-average talent for predicting baseball pitches tries to help his favorite player out of a slump.
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.
Fourteen-year-old Doreen Green's work as a superhero leads to problems with her life in middle school, but when a new shopping mall creates turmoil between two towns, Squirrel Girl is on the case.
The secret garden / by Frances Hodgson Burnett ; adapted by James Howe ; illustrated by Nancy Sippel Carpenter.
An abridged adaptation of the classic story of the ten-year-old orphan who goes to live in a lonely house on the Yorkshire moors, where she discovers an invalid cousin and the mysteries of a locked garden.
Assisted by her glamorous new neighbor, Quinnie follows up on her hunch that her teacher has been kidnapped, even though her mother, who is the sheriff of their small Maine town, disagrees with her.
"Twelve-year-old twins Reese and Claudia Tapper race to become more popular on social media sites in order to win a high-stakes bet"-- Provided by publisher.