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Eddie Red Undercover: Mystery in Mayan Mexico

by Marcos Calo Marcia Wells

Now that he has become the NYPD's youngest crime-solving hero, Eddie Red and his best friend Jonah are ready to relax on a family vacation to Mexico. But when Eddie's father is falsely accused of stealing, what they find is another complex mystery. Can Eddie - with his artistic talent and photographic memory - and Jonah uncover clues and catch the real crook in time? "Fast-paced, funny, and a sure pleaser for Cam Jansen Grads" (Kirkus), the Eddie Red series stars a hero worth rooting for.

Eddie Red Undercover: Mystery on Museum Mile

by Marcos Calo Marcia Wells

Art, mystery, fun and friendship, combine in this illustrated middle grade series debut. Sixth grader Edmund Xavier Lonnrot, codename "Eddie Red," has a photographic memory and talent for drawing anything he sees. When the NYPD is stumped by a mastermind art thief, Eddie becomes their secret weapon to solve the case, drawing Eddie deeper into New York's famous Museum Mile and closer to a dangerous criminal group known as The Picasso Gang. With page-turning adventure and fun characters, this first installment in the Eddie Red series is a must-read for any fan of puzzles and mystery.A Spring 2014 Indies Introduce New Voices selection

Edelweiss Pirates: Operation Einstein

by Mark A. Cooper

A group of fun loving rebellious German teens calling themselves the Edelweiss Pirates, witnesses something so deplorably sickening they decide to take action when a six-year old Jewish girl is left orphaned. Torn between patriotism for the country they love and their own rights and freedoms, they have to try and do the unthinkable, but with the Gestapo and Hitler Youth hot on their trail; is it too late?

Edenville Owls

by Robert B. Parker

New York Times bestselling author Robert B. Parker?s first novel for young readers There is something evil in the air ; Bobby senses it. Who is that man he saw arguing with his pretty new English teacher? Bobby knows he should mind his own business, but times are confusing. World War II just ended, and the world is changing? Bobby?s world, especially. There?s Joanie, for one?why does being her friend feel awkward? And then there are his buddies, the junior varsity Edenville Owls?basketball players in need of a leader. Can they help each other off the court as well as they can on it? They will need to. .

Edgar Allan

by John Neufeld

Selected as one of the New York Times Book Review's Best Books of the Year and honored worldwide, Edgar Allan was an immediate sensation when it was first published. "This is not a novel about prejudice or race relations or brotherhood, or anything too simple. It is about parents and children, young people and older people, about love and failure, loss and discovery, coming to terms with our self and others. Edgar Allan . . . is a work of Art. " Its value has not been diminished over time, and readers throughout the world contact the author regularly to discuss their reactions to it. A straight-through read, it is full of anxiety, excitement, suspense, and finally, understanding.

Edgar Allan Poe Reader (Adapted Classics)

by Edgar Allan Poe

This classic series of plays, novels, and stories has been adapted, in a friendly format, for students reading at a various levels. Reading Level: 4-8 Interest Level: 6-12

Edgar & Ellen: Under Town

by Charles Ogden

A towering crisis interrupts the twins' usual mayhem: The mayor is about to build his monstrous Knightlorian Hotel right next door! But as they try to halt construction, Edgar and Ellen encounter a new foe -- an unknown prankster who's stealing their thunder (and their best schemes)! To stop the rash of copycat capers the twins must descend into the sewers, but what they discover there is stranger than anything they could have imagined. A mysterious journal, a secret laboratory, a villain's hideaway -- there's a lot more than sewage running beneath Nod's Limbs!

Edge Chronicles 3: Midnight Over Sanctaphrax

by Chris Riddell Paul Stewart

Young Twig lives in the Deepwoods, among the Woodtrolls, but he isn't one of them. In a brave attempt to find out where he belongs, Twig wanders into the mysterious, dangerous world beyond the Deepwoods. He meets a collection of odd companions, such as his wise guardian, the Caterbird; the Slaughterers, a peaceful race who butcher animals for their livelihood; and the vicious, bile-swilling Rotsucker. Always watching out for the horrible Gloamglozer, whose presence haunts the thoughts of all the inhabitants of The Edge, Twig steadfastly pursues his quest until he discovers his roots, not among the trees, but in the skies. . . .From the Hardcover edition.

Edge Chronicles 7: The Last of the Sky Pirates

by Chris Riddell Paul Stewart

THE ROOK TRILOGY, Book IRook Barkwater lives in the network of sewer chambers beneath Undertown, the bustling main city of the Edgeworld. He dreams of becoming a librarian knight--one of those sent out to explore the mysteries of their world. Somewhere out there lie the secrets of the past--including the lost floating city of Sanctaphrax--and, maybe, hope for a future free from the fear of tyranny.When his chance comes, Rook grabs it! Breaking all the rules, he sets out on a journey to the Free Glades and beyond. His luck and determination lead him from one peril to another until, buried in the heart of the Deepwoods, Rock encounters a mysterious character--the last sky pirate--and is thrust into a bold adventure that dares to challenge the might of the dreaded Guardians of the night. . . .

Edge Chronicles 8: Vox

by Chris Riddell Paul Stewart

THE ROOK TRILOGY, Book IIHigh in the crumbling Palace of Statues, oily Vox Verlix--the Most High Academe in name, but really no more than a lowly prisoner--is brewing a terrible plot to take over power in Edgeworld once again. Rook stumbles upon the truth when he is taken captive and forced to work for Vox. Can Rook foil Vox's plan and save the lives of his librarian colleagues?

Edge Chronicles: Beyond the Deepwoods

by Chris Riddell Paul Stewart

THE TWIG TRILOGY, Book IWhen thirteen-year-old Twig discovers that he was abandoned at birth by an unknown outsider, he leaves his woodtroll family behind and sets off on a journey through and beyond the dangerous Deepwoods. As he makes his way through a nightmarish world of goblins and trogs, bloodthirsty beasts and flesh-eating trees, only two things keep Twig going: the mystery of his identity and the promise of a heroic destiny. . . .

Edge Chronicles: Midnight Over Sanctaphrax

by Chris Riddell Paul Stewart

THE TWIG TRILOGY, Book IIIOut in the open sky, a ferocious storm threatens the magnificent floating city of Sanctaphrax. Only Twig, who has dared to sail over the Edge, knows of the approaching danger. But before he can return home, his sky ship is destroyed, scattering his crew across the world and robbing him of all memory. Without Twig, will the Edge be lost forever?

Edge Chronicles: Midnight Over Sanctaphrax

by Chris Riddell Paul Stewart

THE TWIG TRILOGY, Book IIIOut in the open sky, a ferocious storm threatens the magnificent floating city of Sanctaphrax. Only Twig, who has dared to sail over the Edge, knows of the approaching danger. But before he can return home, his sky ship is destroyed, scattering his crew across the world and robbing him of all memory. Without Twig, will the Edge be lost forever?

Edge Chronicles: Midnight Over Sanctaphrax

by Chris Riddell Paul Stewart

THE TWIG TRILOGY, Book IIIOut in the open sky, a ferocious storm threatens the magnificent floating city of Sanctaphrax. Only Twig, who has dared to sail over the Edge, knows of the approaching danger. But before he can return home, his sky ship is destroyed, scattering his crew across the world and robbing him of all memory. Without Twig, will the Edge be lost forever?

Edge Chronicles: The Winter Knights

by Chris Riddell Paul Stewart

THE QUINT TRILOGY, Book IIIn the great floating city of Sanctaphrax, blizzards howl through the streets as the Edgeworld descends into an endless winter. Quint, the son of a sky pirate, has just begun his training at the Knights Academy--training that involves heading out over the Edge on tethers to develop his flying skills. But when Quint breaks the rules and sets off for Open Sky on his own, he runs into the great sky leviathans known as cloud-eaters and must use all his skill and ingenuity if catastrophe is not to strike the Edgeworld. . . .

EDGE: Football Star Power: Free Kick Pro

by Jonny Zucker

Leo's football skills are...well let's just say he's not his team's star player. But when he visits a football museum everything changes in a flash. He can talk to football superstars - and they help to coach him! In Free Kick Pro, Leo is transported to David Beckham's past where he is given dead ball tips by the England legend himself! Leo has to learn fast, because before he's ready he has to help David take his crucial free kick against Greece in 2001. It's a last gasp chance for England to get to the World Cup Finals! A fantasy football tale from another dimension! This title is published by Franklin Watts EDGE, which produces a range of books to get children reading with confidence. EDGE - for books children can't put down.

Edge of Destruction (Hardy Boys Casefiles #5)

by Franklin W. Dixon

Frank and Joe are in New York with their dad when he is kidnapped and they must find out why in order to save his life.

Edge of Extinction #1: The Ark Plan

by Laura Martin Eric Deschamps

Jurassic World meets Dawn of the Planet of the Apes in this epic new middle grade series full of heart-pounding action and breathtaking chills!One hundred and fifty years ago, the first dinosaurs were cloned. Soon after, they replaced humans at the top of the food chain. The only way to survive was to move into underground compounds. . . .Five years ago, Sky Mundy's father vanished from North Compound without a trace. Now she has just stumbled on a clue that not only suggests his disappearance is just the tip of an even larger mystery, but also points directly to the surface. To find her dad--and possibly even save the world--Sky and her best friend, Shawn, must break out of their underground home and venture topside to a land reclaimed by nature and ruled by dinosaurs.Perfect for fans of Brandon Mull, Lisa McMann, and Rick Riordan, this exhilarating debut novel follows two courageous friends who must survive in a lost world that's as dangerous as they've always feared but also unlike anything they could ever have imagined.

Edge of Flight

by Kate Jaimet

Edge of Flight is the toughest rock-climbing route Vanisha has ever faced. She has one last chance to conquer it before she moves to Vermont to start university. University is a sore point for Vanisha, who yearns for a career in the outdoors but feels pressured by her mother to earn an academic degree. Trying to put school out of her mind, she heads to the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas with her buddies Rusty and Jeb for a final weekend of climbing and camping. Deep in the woods, they stumble on an illegal marijuana plantation, and the gang of bikers who guard it. When Jeb is shot by the bikers, Vanisha alone must get help-and to do so, she must climb Edge of Flight. As she confronts her insecurities on the cliff face and in the woods, Vanisha gains a new resolve and the self-confidence to choose her own path in life.

Edge of Nowhere

by John Smelcer

"More psychological depth than Robinson Crusoe."-Frank McCourtPraise for Lone Wolves:"A beautiful and moving story of courage and love."-Ray Bradbury"Powerful, eloquent, and fascinating, showcasing a vanishing way of life in rich detail."-Kirkus Reviews"An adept focus on coming-of-age and an illuminating glimpse of Native Alaskan cultures."--The Horn Book"A gifted storyteller with a unique perspective. . . . A breathlessly paced and thrilling ride for readers of all ages."--Cambridge Book ReviewPraise for The Great Death and Alaskan:"Gripping and poignant. . . . Smelcer's prose is clean and rich; original yet unpretentious."-Horn Book, starred review"John Smelcer is Alaska's modern-day Jack London."-W.P. Kinsella"An indispensible contribution to Alaskan literature."-J. D. Salinger"Smelcer speaks from the land, for the land, and the people who belong to it."-Ursula K. Le GuinSixteen-year-old Seth and his dog fall off his father's commercial fishing boat in Prince William Sound. They struggle to survive off land and sea as they work their way home from island to island in a three-month journey. The isolation allows Seth to understand his father's love, accept his Native Alaskan heritage, and accept his grief over his mother's death.John Smelcer is poetry editor of Rosebud and the author of more than forty books. He is an Alaskan native of the Ahtna tribe, and the last tribal member who reads and writes in Ahtna. He divides his time between Talkeetna, Alaska, and Kirksville, Missouri, where he teaches in the department of communications studies at Truman State University.

The Edge on the Sword

by Rebecca Tingle

An adventure worthy of legend, for fans of Game of Thrones and Rangers Apprentice When fifteen-year-old Æthelflæd is suddenly and reluctantly betrothed to an ally of her father, the king, her world will never be the same. For as a noblewoman in the late 800s, she will be expected to be meek and unlearned-and Flæd is anything but meek and unlearned. Her marriage will bring peace to her land, but while her royal blood makes her a valuable asset, she is also a vulnerable target. And when enemies attack, Flæd must draw upon her skills and fight to lead her people to safety and prove her worth as a princess-and as a warrior. .

EDGE - A Rivets Short Story: Payback

by Graham Marks

You know when you do something that you instantly regret? Like picking up something that doesn't belong to you, just to have a quick look at it? Well that's how it starts for Greg. In the park, he sees it lying there; a smooth, black oblong of glass.But as soon as he touches it, his life is altered. Now there's a voice in his head, and everywhere Greg looks someone is ready to die...

Edith Wilson: The Woman Who Ran the United States (Women of Our Times)

by James Cross Giblin

Edith Wilson had faced the deaths of her son and first husband and had run a business before she met President Woodrow Wilson. Throughout their courtship and marriage, the president involved her in his work. When a stroke, in 1919, confined him to bed, the newspapers called her, "America's First Woman President," because no one met with him, without seeing her first. Was she running the country? The author explores this question, using quotes from Edith Wilson's memoir and courtship letters.

Edward's Eyes

by Patricia Maclachlan

Jake is a part of an extraordinary family. He has a life filled with art, music, and long summer nights on the Cape. He has hours and days and months of baseball. But, more than anything in this world, Jake knows he has Edward. From the moment he was born, Jake knew Edward was destined for something. Edward could make anyone laugh and everyone think. During one special year, he became the only one in the neighborhood who could throw a perfect knuckleball. It was a pitch you could not hit. That same year, Jake learned there are also some things you cannot hold. Patricia MacLachlan, one of the most beloved children's book authors writing today, has painted a deeply stirring, delicately lyrical portrait of a child, a son, a family, and a brother. Through Edward's eyes, we see what gifts all of these things truly are to those around them, and how those gifts live on and grow.

Ego-Tripping and Other Poems for Young People

by Virginia Hamilton Nikki Giovanni George Ford

Insightful and fun, this collection of poetry captures the essence of the African American experience for young people.

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