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The Brightest Light

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

A young girl discovers the secret behind her hometown's strange behavior during one long, hot summer.

Camp Murphy

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

The mishaps and adventures of Collette and her friends when they set up a day-care camp for little kids.

Cousins: Not Quite Sisters

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Callie and Lindsay plan a Texas-sized welcome for their cousin Jessica, who is so unhappy about moving that she refuses to speak.

Cousins: Stuck in the Middle

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

As the three cousins spend the summer at the Sweetwater community pool, Callie begins hanging out with the older kids, and Lindsay and Jessica feel left behind.

Doggone... Third Grade!

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Third-grader Gordie is not only having problems with his best friend, he also has to teach his not-so-smart dog some tricks for the upcoming school talent show.

Eenie, Meanie, Murphy, NO!

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Summer camp, best friends, cute guys and jealous campmates. It's everything a summercamp story could be for young women.

Fifth Grade: Here Comes Trouble

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Collette is appalled Marsha is inviting boys to her birthday party. She learns the other girls like the idea and the boys don't mind. Is there anyone who feels as Collette does?

Fourth Grade is a Jinx

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Collette thought 4th grade was going to be fun, but that was before the teacher had an accident. Now the substitute teacher is her mother!

Good Grief... Third Grade

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Marsha Cessano, Collette Murphy's neighbor, is determined to be good in third grade -- no messy desk, no temper, and no tricks -- but Roger Friday is making it difficult.

Live from the Fifth Grade

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Roger Friday loves to play tricks on Marsha Cessano, but when he investigates a robbery at school, he finds the best person for the job is Marsha.

Merry Christmas, Miss McConnell!

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Fifth-grader Meg Stafford is having a rough time getting through this Christmas season. Her father is ill and her mother is working two jobs, and her favorite teacher is on maternity leave.

Mother Murphy

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

When Mrs. Murphy has to get off her feet because she's expecting a baby, Collette takes over with surprising results.

Murphy's Island

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Collette has to go with her large family to a small island. She was looking forward to sixth grade with her friends but now she has to start sixth grade there as the new girl in school.

New Friends (Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman #1)

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Unable to comprehend why Laura is causing problems for her, Cooper keeps away; until both are plunged in a strange town and have to stick together.

Queen of the May (Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman #2)

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

When Dr. Mike gets excessively busy with seasonal flu cases, Colleen keeps her school problems to herself, which teaches her a lesson in communication when things go out of hand.

Third Grade Ghouls!

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Third grader Gordie worries about coming up with a scary costume for the school Halloween parade and about having to take care of a timid younger boy.

Third Grade Wedding Bells?

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Third grade is a big disappointment for Gordie who dreads having to kiss Lucy in the class play and despairs that his favorite teacher, Ms. Tingle, may be getting married.

Too Many Murphys

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Collette Murphy, eight years old, wishes she were an only child, and is surprised when her wish comes true for a day.

The Truth about Sixth Grade

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

Collette's handsome sixth-grade teacher, Mr. Kurtlander knows her father and seems to be giving her special attention. This special attention turns out to be more of a problem than help.

Valentine's Day Can Be Murder

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna

This Valentine's Day has disaster written all over it when Roger accidentally puts a mushy poem in Marsha's valentine box. It was meant for the pretty new girl, but now Marsha is claiming she's got a secret admirer. How can Roger explain himself?

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