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Distant planets? Strange people? Robots, pirates and princes oh my! Fourth-grader Akiko is in for a wild time that starts with a mysterious note and leads her to the odd little planet Smoo.
The quarterback can't throw, the sprinter can hardly walk and, worst of all, Amy has boyfriend troubles. Catch up with the adventures of Amy Candler - eighth grade super-clone and student.
There is a little bit of everything in the books about Jurassic Park III. Some good, some bad. The novel bites - and not in a good dino way either. But the Field Guide rocks!
Kidzworld reviews Fray #2, a dark horse comic book by Joss Whedon.
Think your mom and dad stress, that your little bro or sis is an alien here to embarrass you? Ever gone on a family trip with these lunatics? Then you can relate to The Diary of Melanie Martin.
A Girl's Guide To Hunting and Fishing introduces Jane, an independent girl in her early teens. Jane starts out an awesome heroine and turns into a doormat - I'm still trying to figure out how.
I truly believe that Joss Whedon can walk on water. He brings truth and life to the words that his characters speak. Unfortunately Fray # 1 proves that even geniuses have their off-days.
Twins Tod & Tessa are mall addicts. Visiting the Middle Valley Mall for the first time ever they find Gemini Jack's. Jack may be cool but he glows in the dark. What are the twins getting into?
Alex's father Steve is almost a stranger. When he's invited on a trip to California, Alex thinks it'll be a great way to get to know his dad. Instead it turns into the adventure of a lifetime.
Stick a 'Dark' in front of the title of a series and I'm all over it. Titles aside though, this installment of Dark Victory has a little bit of everything. Read on for the dark details.
Sam Krupnik wants to be a zookeeper. Wearing his zookeeper costume to Future Job Day, Sam starts teaching his class about animals. But is teaching his class and his dog too much for Zooman Sam?
What's up with the Knights of the Silver Dragon series of fantasy adventure novels? Find out with our book review!
Amy's back to school and things are back to normal. Or are they? Her best friend goes from chatty to zombie and everyone at school is acting strange. It's up to Amy to save her friends.
Inspired by the real-life story of Kelly Weil, Zink is the story of one girl's emotional struggle with leukemia and the tribe of magical zebras that help her through the cancer.
Two Face or not Two Face? That is the question. Suffering through the bumps and "Dents" of A Heart Broken in Two, Harley Quinn returns to disprove the old saying once bitten twice shy.
Akiko is a perfectly ordinary fourth grader. At least she was until she was chosen to save Prince Froptoppit from Alia Rellapor. Now she's having an extroardinary adventure on the planet Smoo.
Looking for something a little creepy? How about thirty tales of eerie places and spooky sites. Chilling campfire tales and stories for dark lonely nights, don't shudder in fear without it!
A long time ago in a galaxy far... no, wrong fantasy. One of the most popular characters in the world of BONE, Gran'ma Ben, has been given the royal prequel treatment. Check out The Rose.
Have you got a brother or a sister? How about two? Amy has 12 and if that's not enough Amy and her sisters are kinda special. How special? Amy's going back to the beginning to find out.
150 million years till recess. The Wetherford kids are stuck in the Jurassic period in the bodies of dinosaurs with dangers everywhere. How does Scott Ciencin's story stack up? Check it out: