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The Mystery on the Ice (Boxcar Children Special #1)

by Gertrude Chandler Warner

A figure skating troupe comes to town--and a blizzard, too! Not long afterward a house nearby is burglarized, and the evidence seems to point to the skaters. Once again, the Boxcar Children find themselves investigating a mystery.

The Mystery on Walrus Mountain: (Ghost Twins, #3)

by Dian Curtis Regan

[from the back cover] "Robbie and Rebeka are twins. They have a St. Bernard. Fifty years ago they became ghosts! Now their house is a vacation rental. What do these ghosts do with their time? Haunt unsuspecting guests! The Mystery on Walrus Mountain Noah French was an expert skier until he broke his leg last year. Now, he won't get back on his skis. His parents, who are professional ski racers, take him to stay at the Kickingbird Lake Resort. There, the ghost twins watch him play a skiing/adventure game on his computer. They become caught up in the game and then Thatch, their St. Bernard, goes into the computer! The twins try to get him out. Can Noah help them? Can the twins and Thatch get Noah back to skiing on a real mountain? If you haven't read the 7 other books in this series, there's lots of ghostly goings on ahead for you. Bookshare has all of the Ghost Twins Books. Check out #1 The Mystery of Kickingbird Lake, #2 Mystery of One Wish Pond, #4 The Missing Moose Mystery, #5 The Mystery of the Disappearing Dogs, #6 The Haunted Campground Mystery, #7 The Mystery of Hanover School and #8 The Mystery of the Haunted Castle.

Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew: Double Take

by Carolyn Keene

In #20, the girls run into trouble at Barnacle Beach when a party's treasure chest is stolen. In #21, a rival sleuthing club is formed at River Heights Elementary School, will Nancy's club be permanently off the case?

Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew®: Treasure Trouble

by Carolyn Keene

In #20, the girls run into trouble at Barnacle Beach when a party's treasure chest is stolen. In #21, a rival sleuthing club is formed at River Heights Elementary School, will Nancy's club be permanently off the case?

Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys, Super Sleuths 2: Seven New Mysteries

by Carolyn Keene Franklin W. Dixon

Join Frank and Joe Hardy and Nancy Drew as they trace down a forger, purge an expert computer criminal and get on the track of who kidnapped the Hardy Boys. Picture descriptions included.

Nancy's Mysterious Letter (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #8, Original Version)

by Carolyn Keene

Nancy receives a letter informing her that she is heir to a fortune. This story tells of her search for another Nancy Drew. Entwined mysteries of lost mail and same name confusion lead Nancy on adventures away from River Oaks. Beginning with Ira Dixon and the unfortunate loss of his mail bag, days before his retirement and stretching into an uncertain relationship with a grifting half brother, Nancy wants to help. Making it even more interesting is Nancy's receipt of a letter from England notifying her that Nancy Smith Drew has a significant inheritance awaiting her. Nancy must solve the name confusion puzzle and find Nancy Smith Drew to ensure the inheritance is given to its rightful owner. Follow Nancy as she has football fun interwoven as she solves her puzzles in "Nancy's Mysterious Letter." Beginning in the late 1950s, the first 34 Nancy Drew books were revised and condensed. This version is the text originally published in 1932--from an Applewood facsimile reproduction of the first edition.

Nate the Great and Me

by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat

Nate the Great needs your help. Annie's dog, Fang, is missing! That's what Nate discovers when his friends throw him a surprise Happy Detective Day party. Where is Fang? As you and Nate track down clues--Fang was learning tricks for the party; he was seen running away from two tiny poodles and following a lady wearing fluffy-bunny shoes--Nate will share his expert detective skills with you so you can sharpen your sleuthing talents.

Nate the Great and the Pillowcase

by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat Rosalind Weinman Marc Simont

It's two o'clock in the morning when the telephone rings and Nate the Great learns that Rosamond's pillowcase is missing. She needs it now because her cat, Big Hex, likes to sleep on it. Outside it is damp, dark, and dreary, but a good (yawning) sleuth knows that the hunt must go on. Can Nate the Great find the missing piece of laundry before the sun comes up, and before his bedroom slippers wear out?

Nate the Great and the Snowy Trail

by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat Marc Simont

Nate the Great, super sleuth, has his work cut out for him when Rosamond loses his birthday present. He and his faithful dog Sludge must face snow, ice, and ferocious-looking Fang, Annie's dog, to solve the case. But how can Nate find his missing present when Rosamond won't tell him what it is?

Nate the Great and the Sticky Case

by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat

A stegosaurus stamp belonging to Nate's friend Claude disappears, and the indomitable Nate the Great is called in on the case. At first, even Nate is stumped -- the stamp has just vanished without a trace! But with clues from the weather and his ever-faithful dog, Sludge, Nate is soon on his way to wrapping up his stickiest case yet.

National Geographic Kids Chapters: Ape Escapes

by Aline Alexander Newman

This is the first in a series of 4 books that will tell the true and hilarious stories of animals that love hijinks. In this book you'll meet 3 naughty animals, including Fu Manchu, the orangutan escape artist. Fu Manchu lived at the Omaha Zoo and would routinely break out of his habitat to explore the zoo on a nice day. Zookeepers were baffled as to how the ape was escaping, until one day they caught him in the act. Fu Manchu knew how to pick locks. Not only that, he had created his own tool that he used to pick the locks with, which he would store in his mouth so as not to be found out. This and two other charming stories will engage readers and leave them wondering if humans are really the smartest animals.

National Geographic Kids World Atlas for Young Explorers, Third Edition

by National Geographic Society

This edition of National Geographic's award-winning "World Atlas for Young Explorers" includes more than 200 color images and 115 pages of full-size maps help kids locate countries, cities, regions, and more.

National Geographic: The Southwest (Travels Across America)

by National Geographic School Publishing

The book guides you as to explore the Southwest region. You are taken on a tour to visit the states of Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Arizona.

The Native

by Ben Bache

A story about the first settlers in South Carolina, and their first interactions with the Native Americans.

Native Americans

by Kim Kavin Beth Hetland

Explore how the first Americans, faced with varying climates in a vast land hundreds and thousands of years ago, developed everything we take for granted today: food supplies, shelter, clothing, religion, games, jewelry, transportation, communication, and more.Native Americans: Discover the History and Cultures of the First Americans uses hands-on activities to illuminate how the Native Americans survived and thrived by creating tools, culture, and a society based on their immediate environment. Entertaining illustrations and fascinating sidebars bring the topic to life, while Words to Know highlighted and defined within the text reinforce new vocabulary. Projects include building an archaic toolkit, creating Algonquin art, experimenting with irrigation systems, inventing hieroglyphics, making a "quinzy," and playing the Inuit game of nugluktaq. In addition to a glossary and an index, an extensive appendix of sites and museums all over the country offers ideas where families can learn more about the various Native American cultures.Kids ages 9-12 will gain an appreciation for the diversity of people and culture native to America, and learn to problem solve in a way that respects the environment.

Natural Disasters

by Kathleen M Reilly Tom Casteel

When natural disasters happen they grab headlines around the world. People, creatures, and the environment are all impacted when nature gets out of control. Natural disasters can be upsetting to live through, but scientists today better understand their causes and how we can protect ourselves and others. Natural Disasters: Investigate Earth's Most Destructive Forces with 25 Projects teaches readers about some of the natural disasters throughout history, what caused them, their impact on civilizations, and how people today cope with natural disasters. Readers of this book will make their own shake tables, create a cake batter lava flow, invent a wind tunnel, and experiment with avalanches. These hands-on activities engage readers and add depth to the text while ensuring that the learning is made lasting and fun.

The Navel of the World (The Forgotten Worlds #2)

by P. J. Hoover

Benjamin was given the task of finding his missing brothers. But not so easy as thought to be! Benjamin can't locate a trace of them anywhere until he interns at his father's office over spring break. There he finds a mysterious file written in ancient Lemurian with his name on it. Could the answers that Benjamin seeks be in the past?

Navigating Early

by Clare Vanderpool

At the end of World War II, Jack Baker, a landlocked Kansas boy, is suddenly uprooted after his mother's death and placed in a boy's boarding school in Maine. There, Jack encounters Early Auden, the strangest of boys, who reads the number pi as a story and collects clippings about the sightings of a great black bear in the nearby mountains. Newcomer Jack feels lost yet can't help being drawn to Early, who won't believe what everyone accepts to be the truth about the Great Appalachian Bear, Timber Rattlesnakes, and the legendary school hero known as The Fish, who never returned from the war. When the boys find themselves unexpectedly alone at school, they embark on a quest on the Appalachian Trail in search of the great black bear. But what they are searching for is sometimes different from what they find. They will meet truly strange characters, each of whom figures into the pi story Early weaves as they travel, while discovering things they never realized about themselves and others in their lives.

Necklace of Raindrops

by Kevin Hawkes Joan Aiken

Here are eight gloriously imaginative stories for eight satisfying sessions of bedtime reading. There's a flying apple pie, a cat that's bigger than an elephant, a house that lays an egg, storybook animals that leap out of their books at night, and a wealth of other wonderful characters and ideas, all with the colorful, dreamlike quality of the very best fairy tales. Joan Aiken's delicious prose is a joy to read aloud to very young listeners yet simple enough for the independent reader to savor on his or her own. Kevin Hawkes's illustrations-nearly 60 of them-capture with great flair and fun the magical adventures and the triumph of the good over the bad.From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Necropolis (The Forgotten Worlds #3)

by P. J. Hoover

The situation in Lemuria is rapidly deteriorating. Teleportation between the hidden continent and the outside world has become so dangerous. Although Benjamin is pleased to be living in Lemuria full time, he knows he needs to find his last sibling soon. However, between classes, a murderous half-brother, and complications with his friend Heidi, Benjamin can barely focus. Besides, there's only one place left they haven't searched - the hidden continent of Atlantis.

Neil Flambé and the Aztec Abduction (Neil Flambé Capers #2)

by Kevin Sylvester

When Neil arrives in Mexico City to partake in the Battle of the Chefs, he learns that Isabella has been kidnapped and it will take a dose of Aztec history and knowledge of buried ruins to find her before time runs out.

Neil Flambé and the Crusader's Curse (Neil Flambe Capers #3)

by Kevin Sylvester

The sudden disappearance of Neil's skills in the kitchen is the real mystery in this culinary caper. Is a curse to blame? World-class chef--and royal pain in the neck--Neil Flambe is used to serving his dishes to resounding applause and overwhelming approval. And Neil's super-sensitive nose does more than enable him to cook sophisticated meals and run his own restaurant; it also allows him to help local police solve mysteries in his spare time. Then things start going wrong. His plates are returned. A group of critics visit the restaurant and leave completely dissatisfied. Worse yet, Chez Flambe is closed by an order of the Department of Health! Suddenly, Neil finds himself amid the cook-off of his life--and his entire reputation is at stake. Then he discovers the root of all his problems: a dark curse that has plagued Flambe chefs for centuries. Has Neil finally met a mess he can't smell his way out of?

Neil Flambé and the Marco Polo Murders (Neil Flambé Capers #1)

by Kevin Sylvester

A delicious blend of mystery, history, and top-notch cuisine. Neil Flambé may be fourteen years old, but he's also a world-renowned chef. Patrons pay top dollar and wait months for reservations at his tiny boutique restaurant. But Neil is more than a fantastic cook--he solves crime too. Ever since he used his kitchen know-how and keen sense of smell to acquit a man of murder, he's been helping Police Inspector Sean Nakamura crack case after case.But when some of the best chefs in town turn up dead, the crime scenes turn culinary. Police are stumped, and the only clues are the scents of mysterious spices and a journal that may have belonged to... Marco Polo? Neil must find a way to connect the past with the present and solve the murders--or he could end up as the prime suspect!

Neil Flambé and the Tokyo Treasure (Neil Flambe Capers #4)

by Kevin Sylvester

Something smells fishy--and it's not the sushi--in this addition to the culinary mystery series celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey calls "good fun."World-class chef Neil Flambe isn't thrilled when his cousin Larry moves to Japan to work on an online manga comic book. Now who'll help him in the kitchen? But he finds a replacement in Gary the bike courier, and life, and the restaurant, moves on without Larry. That is, until the news that life may have really left Larry behind--he's been lost at sea. Neil is devastated. But then he checks Larry's online manga. There's a subtle change in the plot, something Neil and Larry had discussed--something only Neil would notice. Is this a cryptic message from beyond the grave--or is Larry still alive? Determined to find out, Neil heads to Japan to solve his next mystery.

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