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Felicity Saves the Day: A Summer Story (American Girls Collection, Book 5)

by Valerie Tripp

Summer on Grandfather's plantation next to the York River is heaven for Felicity. She can be out of doors all day long-riding horses with Grandfather, playing with Nan and William, and exploring the woods, the fields, and the river's shore. One day Felicity finds a secret note. It is from Ben, her father's apprentice, and it is a cry for help. Ben has broken his apprenticeship agreement with Mr. Merriman and has run away to join George Washington's army. Felicity plunges into a dangerous adventure when she goes to help Ben. She must use all the strength, courage, and wisdom she has to try to save the day.

The Fences Between Us: The Diary of Piper Davis (Dear America)

by Kirby Larson

Newbery Honor author Kirby Larson brings us the first new Dear America diary in years, taking readers through the attack on Pearl Harbor, the start of World War II, and the Japanese incarceration.<P><P> With this sweeping tale of life on the World War II homefront, Newbery Honor author Kirby Larson brings her incredible talent to the Dear America series. When Pearl Harbor is attacked, America is finally unable to ignore the wars raging in Europe and Asia any longer. And one girl's entire life is about to change when everything she knows is turned on its head. After the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor, where her brother, a navy sailor, is stationed, Piper Davis begins chronicling her compelling journey through one of history's most tragic and unforgettable eras.

The Feral Child

by Che Golden

"Gripping, mystical and adventurous, young readers will be as hooked as Maddy was the minute she set foot inside that creepy as hell old castle," Irish World said of The Feral Child. Maddy, an orphan, is sick of her Irish town, and sick of her cousin Danny, one of the nastiest people you could meet. Mad as hell one evening, she crawls inside the grounds of the castle, the one place she has always been forbidden to go. Once inside, she is chased by a strange feral boy, who she suspects is one of the faerie: cruel, fantastical people who live among humans and exchange local children for their own. When the boy returns to steal her neighbor Stephen into his world, Maddy and her cousins set off on a terrifying journey into a magical wilderness, determined to bring him back home. To do so, they must face an evil as old as the earth itself. Che Golden has created a gripping adventure that interweaves Maddy's modern Irish experience with the vivid fantasy of the region's ancient folklore. Readers will enjoy the frank and bold heroine of Maddy, and will be dazzled by The Feral Child's evocative rendering of Irish folklore and richly imagined alternate worlds.From the Hardcover edition.

The Feral Child

by Che Golden

"Gripping, mystical and adventurous, young readers will be as hooked as Maddy was the minute she set foot inside that creepy as hell old castle," Irish World said of The Feral Child. Maddy, an orphan, is sick of her Irish town, and sick of her cousin Danny, one of the nastiest people you could meet. Mad as hell one evening, she crawls inside the grounds of the castle, the one place she has always been forbidden to go. Once inside, she is chased by a strange feral boy, who she suspects is one of the faerie: cruel, fantastical people who live among humans and exchange local children for their own. When the boy returns to steal her neighbor Stephen into his world, Maddy and her cousins set off on a terrifying journey into a magical wilderness, determined to bring him back home. To do so, they must face an evil as old as the earth itself. Che Golden has created a gripping adventure that interweaves Maddy's modern Irish experience with the vivid fantasy of the region's ancient folklore. Readers will enjoy the frank and bold heroine of Maddy, and will be dazzled by The Feral Child's evocative rendering of Irish folklore and richly imagined alternate worlds.From the Hardcover edition.

Ferdinand Magellan (A Primary Source Biography)

by Lynn Hoogenboom

This book traces the life and exploits of the Portuguese explorer who sailed under the Spanish flag, challenged mutinies and located a waterway between the South American continent and the island at its southern tip, providing quicker passage to the Pacific

Fern the Green Fairy (The Rainbow Fairies #4)

by Daisy Meadows Georgie Ripper

The seven Rainbow Fairies are missing! Rachel and Kirsty search for one in each RAINBOW MAGIC book. Read all seven books to help rescue the fairies and bring the sparkle back to Fairyland!<P> Fairyland is home to seven colorful sisters. Together, they are the Rainbow Fairies! They keep Fairyland dazzling and bright. But when evil Jack Frost sends them far away, the sisters are in big trouble. If they don't return soon, Fairyland is doomed to be gray forever!<P> Rachel and Kirsty are sure that the garden maze holds a special secret. If they make all the right turns, could it lead them to Fern the Green Fairy?

Fever 1793

by Laurie Halse Anderson Lori Earley

It's late summer 1793, and the streets of Philadelphia are abuzz with mosquitoes and rumors of fever. Down near the docks, many have taken ill, and the fatalities are mounting. Now they include Polly, the serving girl at the Cook Coffeehouse. But fourteen-year-old Mattie Cook doesn't get a moment to mourn the passing of her childhood playmate. New customers have overrun her family's coffee shop, located far from the mosquito-infested river, and Mattie's concerns of fever are all but overshadowed by dreams of growing her family's small business into a thriving enterprise. But when the fever begins to strike closer to home, Mattie's struggle to build a new life must give way to a new fight-the fight to stay alive.

The Field Guide (Spiderwick Chronicles Book 1)

by Holly Black Tony Diterlizzi

In this first book in a series of five, we meet 13 year old Mallory and her 9 year old twin brothers Simon and Jared. They are moving in to their aunt's huge but falling apart old house with their mom after her divorce. Jared has been fighting at school since his father left, so when his sister and brother wake up bruised, his twin's tadpoles are found frozen in the ice cube tray, and the kitchen is wrecked with broken dishes and eggs and spilled cereal, milk and flour everywhere, mom blames Jared. The children thought mice were making the scuttling sounds they heard in the walls, but when they investigate, they find a nest of junk, a hidden library, and an old book about faeries which suggests the hidden creature is far more dangerous than mice. The children quarrel like most brothers and sisters, but they also cooperate to discover the secrets of the old house. Along with the solution to the mystery, they get a warning; "'Throw the book away, toss it in a fire. If you do not heed, you will draw their ire.'" What new dangers will they face? Find out in the exciting sequel, The Seeing Stone.

The Fiend and the Forge

by Henry H. Neff

The Tapestry series continues to weave threads of fantasy, mythology, science fiction, and mystery into a wholly original adventure that appeals to fans of everything from Harry Potter to Lord of the Rings to The X-Men. Genre-blending and fully illustrated, The Tapestry novels have caught the attention of middle-grade and young adult readers alike-and the series is only getting bigger. Book One,The Hound of Rowan,was a boarding-school fantasy thatSchool Library Journalcalled &quot;a solid and worthwhile beginning . . . [that] should help ease the suffering once Harry Potter withdrawal sets in. &quot; Book Two,The Second Siege,was an epic quest about whichKirkus Reviewssaid, &quot;After devouring this title, young fans will clamor for more. &quot; Book Three,The Fiend and the Forge,is an unforgettable dystopian adventure across a landscape overrun with goblins and trolls. The world has changed almost beyond recognition, for with the Book of Origins firmly in his possession, the villainous Astaroth now has the power to reshape history at will. Plucking pivotal discoveries from mankind's past, he has reduced the world to a preindustrial nightmare. But while most humans toil as slaves within four demonic kingdoms, Astaroth allows those at Rowan to thrive in peaceful isolation. Theirs is a land where magic and nature flourish . . . so long as none dare oppose the new order. That proves too steep a price for Max McDaniels. Unsure of his place at Rowan, Max sets out to explore the shifting landscape of the world beyond. In the course of his travels, he will become many things: Prisoner. Gladiator. Assassin. But can he become the hero that mankind so desperately needs? In the third book of The Tapestry, author-illustrator Henry H. Neff takes the series in an exciting new direction, creating a fascinating dystopia in which myth, history, and monsters collide. Visit www. rowanacademy. com for original content, exclusive artwork, and more! From the Hardcover edition.

Fifteen Hands (Jennifer #7)

by Jane Sorenson

[from the back cover] ""Horses are measured by hands," Chris said. "Snap's height is fifteen hands, which is a good size for Jennifer." Of course Jennifer is excited about her riding lessons and the possibility of owning a horse. But her heavy-duty secret with Heidi concerning the Winter Carnival has her so excited she can hardly stand it! On top of all this excitement comes the youth-group Christmas party. There, Jennifer suddenly realizes that Jesus was King of Heaven before He came to earth as a tiny baby, and Christmas begins to mean a lot more to her than ever before. Then, when Jennifer finds herself short on time and money for her Christmas shopping, she comes up with a very special solution--one that pleases her family far more than she could have hoped. Her own surprise on Christmas morning makes a dream come true, and altogether, Jennifer is happier than she's ever been in her life."

Fifth Grade Magic

by Beatrice Gormley

[from the back cover] "Just One More Spell, Please ... Ever since kindergarten, Gretchen Nichols has been waiting to star in the school play. Now at last she is in the fifth grade and ready for the spotlight! So when her teacher chooses the new girl, pretty blonde Amy Sacher, for the starring role, Gretchen is furious. She is determined that a terrible actress like Amy isn't going to ruin her school play. Gretchen in't sure what to do, until a very strange visitor appears in her bedroom one afternoon to help out. Errora doesn't look much like a fairy godmother, but Gretchen is too desperate to be fussy. With the magical powers of Errora's Enchantulator, soon she--not Amy--will be up there on the stage where she belongs. It takes just one magic spell to show Gretchen how hard it can be to make a dream come true."

Figgs & Phantoms

by Ellen Raskin

From the Newbery Award-winning author of THE WESTING GAME, more clever riddles and wordplay, clues to be found, and mysteries to be solved! A Newbery Honor book The Amazing Dancing Figgs! While Mona hates all the attention her eccentric relatives bring to her in town, there is one Figg family member she likes: her Uncle Florence, the book dealer. But Uncle Florence keeps hinting that he's going to find his way to Capri, the Figg family heaven. And that means leaving Mona behind. Can Mona find Capri before it's too late, or will she learn that things are seldom what they seem when books are involved?

Fight For Freedom (Barbour Books, The American Adventure, Book 19)

by Norma Jean Lutz

Meg and Fred Allerton just can't get along. Fred is always teasing his older sister Meg and getting her into trouble for daydreaming and sketching. From her point of view, Meg wishes Fred wouldn't get into fights and say what he thinks so quickly. They argue on how to solve the problem of slavery, too. Fred is excited when William Lloyd Garrison opens a store in Cincinnati that won't sell anything produced by slave labor. Meg thinks there must be a way to deal with the issue that won't make people so angry. Then Meg gets terribly sick. Will Fred come to value the things that make his sister so different from him? And will Meg learn to stand up for herself and others?

Fight for Life #1

by Anderson Laurie Halse

This classic animal-rescue series by "New York Times" bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson is reissued. Brenna, Zoe, David, Magie, and Sunita are volunteer workers at a veterinary clinic where they witness the routines and challenges of veterinarians and learn how to care for cats, dogs, birds, horses, and even wild animals.

Figuratively Speaking (Grade 5-8)

by Delana Heidrich

This book is organized into Figurative Language, Poetic Language, and Literary Techniques. The book draws on classic literature to illustrate and instruct in the use and understanding of basic literary terms.

A Figure in Hiding (Hardy Boys #16)

by Franklin W. Dixon

A blind peddler's warning and a glass eye plunge Frank and Joe Hardy into a baffling case.

The Figure In the Shadows (Lewis Barnavelt #2)

by John Bellairs Mercer Mayer

Chubby Lewis, the timid but dauntless hero of The House with a Clock in Its Walls, returns in an even scarier tale of magic and mystery. Investigating the contents of Grandfather Barnavelt's ancient trunk, Lewis and Uncle Jonathan discover an old coin. Lewis hopes it's an amulet whose magic will protect him from bullies. Together with his new friend Rose Rita, he performs a test to find out the coin's power--but neither Lewis nor Rose Rita is prepared for the astonishing and sinister events that follow.

Filipino Celebrations

by Liana Romulo Corazon Dandan-Albano

Brimming with vivid illustrations and rich cultural background, Filipino Celebrations brings to life the festivals and celebrations of this diverse island nation. Each chapter discusses the history of the holiday; its cultural influences; how certain holidays are celebrated differently in different regions of the Philippines; special customs, foods, key words and phrases associated with the festivals; and more.Perfect for families looking to share the unique culture of the Philippines and educators interested in promoting multiculturalism in the classroom, Filipino Celebrations includes activities such as games, songs, crafts and recipes which encourage children to participate and learn while having fun.

Filipino Celebrations

by Liana Romulo Corazon Dandan-Albano

Brimming with vivid illustrations and rich cultural background, Filipino Celebrations brings to life the festivals and celebrations of this diverse island nation. Each chapter discusses the history of the holiday; its cultural influences; how certain holidays are celebrated differently in different regions of the Philippines; special customs, foods, key words and phrases associated with the festivals; and more.Perfect for families looking to share the unique culture of the Philippines and educators interested in promoting multiculturalism in the classroom, Filipino Celebrations includes activities such as games, songs, crafts and recipes which encourage children to participate and learn while having fun.

Filipino Children's Favorite Stories

by Liana Romulo Joanne Deleon

From "The Prince's Bride" to "The Magic Lake" to "The Deer and the Snail", the classic Filipino children's stories have amused, inspired, and taught millions of children throughout the centuries with poignant, universal life lessons. Now they're gathered together--many for the first time--in this gorgeous volume. Selected and retold by Liana Elena Fomulo, augmented with whimsical watercolor illustrations by award-winning artist Joanne De Leon, this precious collection of adored Filipino myths and stories is sure to become a Western classic.

Filipino Children's Favorite Stories

by Liana Romulo Joanne Deleon

From "The Prince's Bride" to "The Magic Lake" to "The Deer and the Snail", the classic Filipino children's stories have amused, inspired, and taught millions of children throughout the centuries with poignant, universal life lessons. Now they're gathered together--many for the first time--in this gorgeous volume. Selected and retold by Liana Elena Fomulo, augmented with whimsical watercolor illustrations by award-winning artist Joanne De Leon, this precious collection of adored Filipino myths and stories is sure to become a Western classic.

Final Cut (Hardy Boys Casefiles #34)

by Franklin W. Dixon

From the back of the book: Studio sleuths When Frank and Joe visit a local movie and TV studio they stumble across a real-life drama-someone has murdered screenwriter Bennett Fairburn. To track the killer the brother detectives go undercover as gofers at the studio. From the start it's clear the Hardys have been cast as victims in a sinister plot. A series of deadly "accidents stalk the brother team, and while shooting a TV series Frank and Joe find themselves on the wrong end of some lethal stunts. The clues they need are buried in the script, but unless they uncover the villain fast, the brothers Hardy will be show biz history. ================ From inside the book: DEATH SCENE Trish went to the dressing room door and turned the knob. The door wouldn't budge. "What's going on with-" She stopped talking suddenly as she began to cough. Harsh fumes were beginning to fill the trailer, and Frank and Joe were coughing now, too. Frank went to the door and pushed it, but nothing happened. He kicked at it beside the knob, but it didn't budge. The heavy gas was quickly flooding the room. Joe gasped, "We're suffocating!" Someone had turned the trailer into a huge, comfortably furnished gas chamber!

Finding the First T. Rex (Totally True Adventures)

by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld Jim Nelson

IN 1902, WILLIAM HORNADAY handed a map to the famous paleontologist Barnum Brown. It was Hornaday's hand-drawn directions to a remote area of the Montana Badlands, where he believed amazing dinosaur fossils lay buried. Following the map, Brown dug up a jawbone edged with six-inch long teeth, the remains of a monstrous creature no one had ever seen before. But one bone wasn't enough, and Brown soon found himself in a desperate race to discover the skeleton of the mystery carnivore!From the Trade Paperback edition.

Finding Zasha

by Randi Barrow

Randi Barrow is back with another gripping heroic World War II story about a boy and his best friend, a German shepherd! In 1941, the Germans began the long, bloody siege on Leningrad. During the chaos, twelve-year-old Ivan is sent to live with relatives when his mother's job is moved to the mountains. But it is a long and dangerous journey to get out of Leningrad. After settling into a new town it falls under Nazi occupation and Ivan is picked by Axel Recht, an especially heinous soldier, to come work for the Nazis. One of Ivan's more pleasant tasks is to train Alex's dogs. Yet Ivan is determined to use his position to undermine the Nazis and rescue the dogs. But Ivan underestimates Axel's attachment to Zasha and Thor, and soon finds himself being hunted by a ruthless soldier who will stop at nothing to get his dogs back. As World War II rages around them, Ivan must find a way to hide from Axel, protect Zasha and Thor, avoid the constant barrage of deadly bombings, and survive in the devastating conditions of a city cut off from the world.

The Fine-Feathered Mystery (Nancy Drew Notebooks #31)

by Carolyn Keene

"Summer is off to a fun start! Nancy, Bess, and George have joined Park Pals, a cool program where they get to learn about nature-stuff like trees, birds, even bugs. Their first stop is an aviary, a place filled with lots of birds, including Carmen, a beautiful hyacinth macaw from South America. But when Todd Steckler holds a creepy jar of beetles in Bess's face, she screams-and Carmen flies the coop! Now the girls have to find Carmen before she's bird-napped. If they track down the bird, they'll be made Junior Park Rangers, but if they don't, they'll be three very unhappy campers!

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