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Harold and Chester, the family dog and cat, are suspicious that the new pet rabbit is a vampire bunny. They must warn the family who see the rabbit as a harmless and adorable creature.
Relates the experiences of 13-year-old Melanie as she tries to cope with the traumas and pleasures of her first year at summer camp.
Seven-year-old Ramona Quimby's world is turned upside-down when her father unexpectedly loses his job. Things grow tense in the Quimby house, but Ramona resolves to help in any way she can--even downsizing her Christmas list. But with bills piling up and her parents constantly stressed, Ramona wonders if life will ever go back to normal.
Cassie's family has raised her to be a strong black girl, able to stand up for her humanity. But one year's events turns her world upside down.
"As entertaining as ever. . . readers will fall happily under The Great Brain's spell. "--School Library Journal.
Blubber is a good name for her, the note from Wendy says about Linda. Jill crumples it up and leaves it on the corner of her desk. She doesn't want to think about Linda or her dumb report on the whale just now. Jill wants to think about Halloween.
During summer vacation in 1898, J. D. arrives at a means of reforming his older brother, The Great Brain, and ending his career as a swindler.
Life with his bratty, little brother has fourth-grader Peter feeling like a nothing.
The 1972 Newbery Award winning story of a widowed mouse and a pack of intelligent rats.
This is No.6 in Encyclopedia Brown series. Help solve 10 mysterious cases with super sleuth Encyclopedia Brown!
Chris is a 14-year-old with a new stepfather on the farm. A wolf killed some chickens, and his stepfather wants to kill the dog. Chris befriends the wild dog. He learns many things about his conscience and manhood. Serious topic, but often funny.
This book is actually in the form of a diary or journal. It tells about the different experiences of Henry when he worked as a baby sitter during his summer vacation.
A young mouse named Ralph looked out of his mousehole in Room 215 of the Mountain View Inn, and saw a motorcycle just the right size for him.
Wen resourceful inventor Caractacus Pott saves the enormous green roadster from the scrap heap, it doesn't take long for his family to realize that they have a pretty amazing auto.
A Newbery Honor Book about the author and his best friend, a raccoon named Rascal, in 1918.
The author describes the life of John F. Kennedy and his PT-109, focusing on the wreck of his ship and how the crew members were saved.
Danny Dunn, Professor Bullfinch's headstrong young sidekick, is at it again. Trapped in the Professor's submersible research vessel at the bottom of the sea, time is running out!
History of a small band of backwoodsmen who carried on a private war with the British redcoats in South Carolina during the American Revolution. Led by Francis Marion, these guerrilla fighters struck fear into the hearts of the English.
Can Danny program Miniac, a miniature automatic computer, to do his homework for him? His attempts seem to be going well until an old enemy, Snitcher, tries his hand at sabotage.
Henry sets out to show that he's capable of having a paper route, but he meets many obstacles. Ramona the pest saves the day.
There are a great many horses in the high country of the West, and some of them are lucky enough to have a boy to look after them and love them. But there aren't nearly enough boys to go around. That is why Magic, the golden mare, was most particularly lucky to have a boy like Robin Daveen. It was the greatest kind of luck for both of them, as a matter of fact, that they had each other, because Magic was not an ordinary horse and Robin was not an ordinary boy.
If Ribsy can behave himself for 2 months, Henry can go on a fishing trip with Mr. Huggins. Henry thinks this will be easy, but he didn't bargain on Ribsy's unstoppable nose for trouble!