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Ice Skating: An Inside Look at the Stars, the Sport, and the Spectacle

by Dan Gutman

Introduces the history, famous performers, anecdotes, and trivia of the sport of ice skating.

Jackie & Me

by Dan Gutman

Like every other kid in his class, Joe Stoscack has to write a report on an African American who's made an important contribution to society. Unlike every other kid in his class, Joe has a special talent: with the help of old baseball cards, he can travel through time. So for his report, Joe decides to go back to meet one of the greatest baseball players ever, Jackie Robinson, to find out what it was like to be the man who broke baseball's color barrier. Joe plans on writing a prize-winning report. But he doesn't plan on a trip that will for a short time change the color of his skin--and forever change his view of history and his definition of courage.Joe Stoshack has really done it this time. When a pitcher insults his Polish heritage, Joe flings his bat and prompts an on-field brawl that ends in a two-team pileup. he's suspended from Little League...indefinitely. At school, his teacher assigns an oral report for Black History Month. The topic? An African-American who has made a significant contribution to American society. The prize for the best report is four tickets to a cool local amusement park. But Joe doesn't know where to begin. If he could just get his hands on a certain Jackie Robinson baseball card...

Jackie Robinson and the Big Game

by Dan Gutman

Presents the childhood of the man who would grow up to be the first African-American player in major league baseball.

Jim & Me

by Dan Gutman

He was the world's greatest athlete, and a hero-until his medals were taken away. Stosh is shocked when his enemy, Bobby Fuller, begs him for a favor. He wants Stosh to take him back in time to meet Native American Jim Thorpe-an Olympic champion who lost his medals in a scandal. Thorpe went on to play professional baseball and football, but he could never again achieve such fame. His name was disgraced. Join Stosh and Fuller on a quest to save Jim's reputation. You'll meet Christy Mathewson, John McGraw, and the rest of the New York Giants in this eighth exciting, action-packed baseball card adventure!

Johnny Hangtime

by Dan Gutman

It's a bird, It's a plane--no, It's Johnny Hangtime! Jumping off the Empire State Building, fighting on the wing of a biplane, and parachuting onto the back of a horse are all in a day's work for 13-year-old Johnny Thyme, a stunt kid known in the movie business as Johnny Hangtime. But Johnny's phenomenal feats are a movie industry secret. Ricky Corvette, the superstar teen for whom Johnny doubles, wants his fans to think he does his own stunts. Johnny's devoted to repeating the career of his legendary stuntman father, but what's he going to do when his favorite director asks him to perform the super-dangerous stunt that killed his father? Will following in his daredevil; dad's footsteps take him over the edge?

Katy's Gift

by Keith Bowen Dan Gutman

Katy and Amos, an Amish brother and sister, live the saying that it's better to give than to receive, bringing them both much happiness.

The Kid Who Became President

by Dan Gutman

Judson Moon returns as the President of the United States in this hilarious sequel to THE KID WHO RAN FOR PRESIDENT -- updated just in time for the 2012 election! My fellow Americans, When I was running for President, I said you should vote for me because I didn't know anything about politics . . . or how to raise taxes . . . or how to ruin the economy. I didn't know how to get us into a war. I said you should vote for me because I didn't know anything. Well, that was two months ago, and I'm very proud to say that . . . I still don't know anything. Let's face it: I'm a kid. I'm going to need a lot of help. Here's the deal I offer America: I'll help all of you if you all help me!

The Kid Who Ran For President

by Dan Gutman

Just in time for election season, Dan Gutman's hugely popular THE KID WHO RAN FOR PRESIDENT is back. Humor, adventure, and excitement will draw kids into the world of elections and politics. "Hi! My name is Judson Moon. I'm 12 years old and I'm running for President of the YOU-nited States." So begins this fast-paced, funny, and surprising account of a boy's run for the Oval Office in the year 2000. Under the tutelage of Lane, his brainy friend and self-appointed campaign manager, the affable sixth-grader from Madison, Wisconsin, takes on the Democrats and Republicans as a Third Party candidate who can make waves. "Grown-ups have had the last one thousand years to mess up the world," Judd tells a reporter. "Now it's our turn."

Mayor Hubble Is in Trouble! (My Weirder School #6)

by Dan Gutman

Election day is right around the corner, and guess who's running for class president? A.J. and Andrea! Mayor Hubble is going to teach the kids all the ins and outs of politics, and every vote counts. Who's going to win? Who's going to lose? And who's going to kiss a baby? Ew, gross!

Mickey & Me

by Dan Gutman

Joe Stoshack's dad has been in a car accident! When Stosh visits him in the hospital, his dad tells him about the great Mickey Mantle and an unfortunate fall in Yankee Stadium that changed Mantle's career. "I've been thinking about it for a long time. Go back to 1951. You can warn him. You're the only one who can do it," Dad whispers. So while baby-sitting his younger cousin, Samantha, Stosh sits down with a baseball card in hand, ready to travel through time. But when he opens his eyes, he's not in Yankee Stadium -- he's in Milwaukee on June 8, 1944. Stosh is seven years early and in the wrong town. What has gone wrong? You'll be on the edge of your seat for Joe Stoshacks fifth amazing baseball card adventure!

The Million Dollar Goal

by Dan Gutman

When Dawn and Dusk's dad gets family tickets to the Canadiens hockey game, they can't believe their luck. A randomly chosen fan will get a chance to shoot a goal to win one million dollars. Could this be a beginning of a dream come true for them?

The Million Dollar Kick

by Dan Gutman

Whisper remembers everything - including scoring a point earlier for the opposing team. She wins a chance to kick a goal past a professional soccer goalie for a million dollars. Should she risk further embarrassment in front of her middle school?

The Million Dollar Putt

by Dan Gutman

Blind golfing, anyone? Edward Bogard, Bogie for short, may be blind, but he can learn just about anything he sets his mind to: riding a bike, parasailing, playing guitar. Even though many things come easily to him, he stunned when he hits at a driving range and finds he has the swing of a pro. But blind golfing is a team sport, and Bogie needs a coach. Enter Birdie, the kooky and mysterious girl next door. A bit of a loner, Birdie creates elaborate worlds in miniature in her basement, and has managed to make it to age twelve without learning to ride a bike. Then someone anonymously enters Bogie in a golf tournament with a million dollar prize. If he can team up with Birdie to conquer the greens of Hawaii, could she be the unlikely key to victory?

The Million Dollar Shot

by Dan Gutman

Eddie finds the Finkles poetry contest, a chance to win a million dollars by sinking a foul shot during halftime at the NBA Finals. But someone wants Eddie to shoot an air ball on the big day, and will do anything to sabotage the million dollar shot...

The Million Dollar Strike

by Dan Gutman

Ouchie and Squishy love bowling, even if it is not the coolest sport. And their favorite place to bowl is Bowl-A-Rama. So, the Park field city council decides to condemn the decrepit alley, Ouchie and Squishy are devastated.

Miss Daisy Is Crazy! (My Weird School #1)

by Dan Gutman

Book one in the My Weird School series Something weird is going on! Miss Daisy, who teaches second grade, doesn't know how to add or subtract. Not only that, she doesn't know' how to read or write either. She is the dumbest teacher in the history of the world!

Miss Holly is Too Jolly! (My Weird School #14)

by Dan Gutman

Something weird is going on! Miss Holly, the Spanish teacher, is hanging mistletoe everywhere! That means boys will have to kiss girls. And girls will have to kiss boys. Ugh! Miss Holly is taking the holidays way too far!

Miss Laney Is Zany (My Weird School Daze #8)

by Dan Gutman

The weirdness never stops! A. J. has to go see Miss Laney, the speech teacher, which makes no sense at all because he already knows how to talk. Miss Laney has him say weird tongue twisters and forces him to be the lead in the third-grade play, Romeo & Juliet. And you'll never guess in a million hundred years who's going to play Juliet. Will there be kissing? Ew, disgusting!

Miss Lazar Is Bizarre! (My Weird School #9)

by Dan Gutman

A.J. and his friends find out what amazing things Miss Lazar, the Super Custodian at their school, can do.

Miss Small Is Off the Wall! (My Weird School #5)

by Dan Gutman

Miss Small, the gym teacher, is teaching A.J., Andrea, and the gang to juggle scarves, balance feathers, and do the Chicken Dance!

Miss Suki Is Kooky! (My Weird School #17)

by Dan Gutman

Miss Suki is a famous children's book author--and she's coming to A.J.'s school! She lives in the rainforest and writes about endangered animals. But when her pet raptor gets loose in the classroom, it's the kids who are going to be endangered! Yikes.

Mr. Docker Is Off His Rocker! (My Weird School #10)

by Dan Gutman

Mr. Docker, a new science teacher, is a crazy inventor who blows things up, uses potatoes for power, and has A.J. and his friends wondering whether science is for nerds or is the coolest subject ever.

Mr. Granite Is From Another Planet! (My Weird School Daze #3)

by Dan Gutman

It's the start of a new school year, and A.J.'s third-grade teacher, Mr. Granite, is out of this world! He's a genius who talks weird, acts weird. He knows everything. Is he a computer posing as a person, or does he come from another planet?

Mr. Hynde Is Out of His Mind! (My Weird School #6)

by Dan Gutman

When boring Mr. Loring retires, A.J.'s class gets a new music teacher who raps, break-dances, and thinks he has what it takes to become a famous musician.

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