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The Wild Paws series by Susan Hughes is a set of books starring Maxine Kearney, who loves wild animals. She's a volunteer at the Wild Paws and Claws Clinic and Rehabilitation Centre, where she helps rescue animals in need.
These 10 books were really written with guys in mind! From books about baseball to hair-brained schemes to school troubles and more, our Top 10 Books For Boys have got all the bases covered – funny and serious – when it comes to what guys want to read most!
Looking for a truly fantastic book to read? We’ve got the perfect title for you … Fantastic Mr. Fox! No, we’re not talking about the movie (although it’s fantastic, too) – we’re talking about the original story by author extraordinaire Roald Dahl!
Are you kind of a clown, or do you just love a good giggle? Either way, we’re taking a closer look at jokes – the history of joking, the world’s funniest joke and a full dissection of the jokes, rhymes and riddles that keep us laughing.
In order to regain his throne, young Idris Limpet must travel to the distant and dangerous land of Aegypt to rescue his beloved sister and prove his worth as a King. Check out Kidzworld’s book review of Lyonesse #2: Darksolstice by Sam Llewellyn.
A video has just surfaced that shows reporter William Michaels in an exclusive interview with Gordon Korman, author of Book 8: The Emperor’s Code. Check out the video and find out about the contest!
Imagine you had 100 different worlds at your fingertips. Henry does in the 100 Cupboards trilogy by N.D. Wilson. Check out Kidsworld’s book review and summary of the final installment, The Chestnut King.
In this book summary of Freefall by Roderick Gordon and Brian Williams, you’ll get the inside scoop on Will Burrows’ latest struggle, as he and his pal Chester fall deep into the Earth.
You’ll love Fever Crumb by Philip Reeve if you’re a JK Rowling fan. Why? Because it’s a fast-paced, readable fantasy adventure centered around a post-apocalyptic world where cities take on the features of a greedy pack of humans.
Star In The Forest by Laura Resau is one of those books you can’t put down. It’s about immigration – and the need to feel like you belong.
Northward To The Moon by Polly Horvath is actually the sequel to My 100 Adventures, so if you want to read the full adventure of main character Jane Fielding, you’ll have to read the first book, well, first.
Before Hiccup was a brave Viking warrior, before he was known as the Dragon Whisperer, he was a bit ... chicken. How To Train Your Dragon is a hilarious adventure about a brainy teen who learns how to become a hero - the hard way.
In year 2170, history repeats itself. You’d think the future would bring happiness and freedom for all. But sometimes lessons learned are forgotten. Kidzworld reviews The Clone Codes by the McKissacks, a futuristic sci-fi book for teens.
What would you do if, just by looking into someone’s eyes, you could see the date they will die? Would you try to save them? Try to cheat death? But what if your attempt to save their life is what causes their demise?
Last time Peter Lerangis had control of the 39 Clues, he brought us to Japan in The Sword Thief. Now, four books later, he is back in the driver’s seat. And this time he’s bringing the Cahill kids to South Africa. Check out The 39 Clues #7: The Viper’s Nest.
Superior Saturday is the sixth book in The Keys to the Kingdom series, a popular sci-fi/fantasy series by Garth Nix. Check it out!
In book 5 of the Children of the Lamp series, twins John and Philippa Gaunt travel to the Amazon Jungle in search of an ancient, magical doorway. Kidzworld reviews Eye of the Forest by P.B. Kerr.
In Dark Whispers, book 3 of The Unicorn Chronicles by Bruce Coville, Cara sets out on a mission to uncover the reason for the everlasting feud between the unicorns and the delvers.
Ever feel like celebrating a special day or holiday with a really great book? In honor of St. Patrick’s Day 2010, we’re reviewing some “Green” books that will help you do just that!
Sometimes the past won’t stay buried. In Possessed by Kate Cann, the haunting history of Morton’s Keep estate resurfaces. And sixteen year old Rayne is trapped in the heart of evil.