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Fartsunami #2

by Amanda Dockery M. D. Payne

Chris Taylor and his friends are sent on an unexpected school field trip to a remote tropical island--only to find their new monstrous friends waiting for them. Once again, they need the boys' help: A new evil is on the rise. And it's a frightening sea monster made entirely out of dead skin. Will the boys be able to help defeat such a monster?

Fatal Error (THE 3 INVESTIGATORS CRIMEBUSTERS #11)

by G. H. Stone

[from the back cover] "A greedy programmer has fed a killer virus into the computers of Hollywood's most sensational special-effects studio. Now the famous company has to pay up--or shut down. Only the Three Investigators can catch the crook who's punching the keys to crime. Hacker Jupiter Jones has no trouble powering up on the case, but he crashes on bugs in his system. How can he win against attention-grabbing movie stars, robots gone haywire, and an evil genius of a foe? Jupe and his sidekicks are soon trapped in a deadly new program--called delete, or be deleted!" In the Crimebusters series The Three investigators are seventeen with girlfriends, jobs and their own cars. Stocky Jupe is still overweight and the brains of the outfit. Handsome, girl magnet Bob, who works with rock bands still keeps records and does much of the research, and between dates, athletic Pete is ready for action. Check out these sometimes funny, action driven, danger and adventure filled mysteries in the Bookshare collection including #1 Hot Wheels, #2 Murder To Go, #3 Rough Stuff, #4 Funny Business, #5 An Ear for Danger, #6 Thriller Diller, #7 Reel Trouble, #8 Shoot the Works, #9 Foul Play #10 Long Shot. and #12 Brain Wash. This series gets better and better! If you like mysteries with teen investigators don't miss the original 3 Investigators series, the complete 43 novel set in the Bookshare collection starting with #1. The Secret of Terror Castle , #2. The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot and #3. The Mystery of the Whispering mummy, ending with the last 3 books, #41. The Mystery of the Creep-Show Crooks, #42 The Mystery of Wrecker's Rock and #43 The Mystery of the Cranky Collector.

Father Bear Comes Home

by Maurice Sendak Else Holmelund Minarik

Little Bear's father is finally coming home from a long fishing trip. Little Bear is very excited to see him--even if he doesn't bring the mermaid Little Bear has been hoping for!

Father Figure

by Richard Peck

After his mother dies, 17-year-old Jim realizes he must raise his younger brother, Byron, alone. But when their father shows up with plans to take them to Florida, Jim wonders if the reunion will last.An ALA Best Book for Young Adults.

Faux Paw's Adventures In The Internet: Keeping Children Safe Online

by Laura Bush Jacalyn Leavitt Sally Linford J. Chad Erekson

"I encourage all adults to teach children the basic principles of online safety that are found in this book. " --First Lady Laura Bush, from the Foreword <P><P> Wait 'til you hear what almost happened to me! The Internet is like a big city with great places to go, but you have to be careful! I know. I had a REAL adventure on the Internet, and it wasn't the fun kind. When I tell you what almost happened, you'll see why it's so important to follow the rules for online safety! Read this book and you'll find out what I'm talking about. Keep safe, okay? G2G (that's "got to go" online--but you knew that!) These "3 KEEPs" help me keep safe online I KEEP SAFE all my personal information I KEEP AWAY from online strangers I KEEP TELLING my parents or a trusted adult what I see on the Internet <P> A word to adults If there's a child in your life who uses the Internet, it's your job to help them keep safe from online predators. <P> Created for the Internet Keep Safe Coalition, Faux Paw--an adventurous, six-toed, Web-surfing cat--is here to help! With a foreword by First Lady Laura Bush, this colorful book and animated movie will give kids wise advice and you a place to start talking to them.

Favorite Children's Stories from China & Tibet

by Lotta Carswell-Hume Koon-Chiu Lo

Here is a world where humans and animals switch places, a captivating world where magic can be both good and evil. This is the world of Favorite Children's stories from China and Tibet. These unique stories are fresh and charming, filled with humorous insights into Chinese life and culture, including the power and influence of the moon and the importance of festivals. Some tales, such as "Chinese Cinderella," touch on themes we already know, while all of them sparkle with wit and fantasy.

Favorite Fairy Tales Told in Ireland (Favorite Fairy Tales Book #5)

by Virginia Haviland

[From the back cover:] "Funny, delightful stories you can read all by yourself! Poor Billy Beg. His wicked stepmother is trying to have him killed. Lucky Eileen. With the help of three kind fairies she marries the man she loves. Clever Leprechaun. He'll never reveal the secret of his pot of gold. . . . Meet these and other brave and winsome folks in this lively collection of tales from traditional Irish sources." If you like fairy tales you'll love the many other fairy tale books in the Bookshare collection. Look for other books in this series of sixteen books including, Favorite Fairy Tales from Czechoslovakia, Denmark, England, India, France, Italy Germany, Greece, Japan, Scotland, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Spain, and Russia. ,

Fear Itself

by Andrew Clements Adam Stower

Time is ticking as the countdown to Ben Pratt's school's total demolition continues. Ben has been given a handful of clues that could help them save the school, but they are all written in maritime riddles. "After five bells sound, time to sit down." What the heck does that mean? It's hard to know where to begin when Ben and Jill don't even know what they are looking for. All Lyman, the snake posing as the school janitor, needs to know, though, is that they are looking, and that could mean the end of the 30-million-dollar development deal that pays his salary. (Which, by the way, is MUCH larger than what a typical janitor makes.) As Lyman lurks in the shadows--and sometimes not in the shadows--Ben and Jill have to add another to-do to their list of things to accomplish in the next twenty-one days: (1) Figure out the clues left by past Keepers of the School groups, (2) figure out how these clues will help them save the school, and (3) stay one step ahead of Lyman. That's the mission...which seems, at times, impossible. The second book in this riveting and mysterious six-book series is as action-packed as the first one, culminating in a faceoff between Ben, Jill, and Lyman. "After five bells sound, time to sit down" makes for a good riddle, but Ben and Jill also knows when it's time to stand up...for Oakes School and for themselves.

Fear Not!: A Story of Hope (Touched By An Angel)

by Martha Williamson

Based on the hit television program on CBS, this picture book is a must for the family. It tells the touching story of a small boy who loses his best friend but comes to a better understanding of friendship through the interaction of angels.

Fear of Falling #9

by Laurie Anderson

David is determined to learn to jump on horseback if it kills him. And sometimes he's afraid it might, like when Comet balks and won't go over the crossbar. Now that David's father is back in town, he's promised to teach David how to jump like a champion. But David can't let him know how scared he is. Because there's one thing that scares David more than falling off a horse, and that's disappointing his father. Can he overcome his fear, or even talk about it?

Fear the Barfitron #1

by Amanda Dockery M. D. Payne

When Chris Taylor discovers that the residents of the retirement home where he volunteers are secretly monsters--and have stolen what appears to be his life essence--he leaves to recruit his friends to help him get it back. But once they return to the retirement home, the boys find themselves at the center of a vomit-inducing war against some of the grossest monsters this world has ever encountered. Will Chris and his friends join the residents to fight off the Barfitron?

February Friend (Calendar Mysteries #2)

by Ron Roy John Steven Gurney

It's a mystery every month from popular A to Z Mysteries author Ron Roy! February is for Friend. . . In the second book of the Calendar Mysteries--an early chapter book mystery series featuring the younger siblings of the A to Z Mysteries detectives--it's a Valentine's Day party! Bradley is passing out his class's valentines, but one of them has no name on it. Inside, the card tells the class to look in the closet. When they open the closet door, the kids find a rabbit named Douglas in a cage! What mysterious "friend" left him there? And why? Then the bunny gets sick. It's up to Bradley, Brian, Lucy, and Nate to track down his owner and figure out what is wrong with poor little Douglas. Parents, teachers, and librarians agree that these highly collectible chapter books are perfect for emerging readers and any kid who love mysteries! From the Trade Paperback edition.

Feeling Bad, Getting Better

by R. W. Alley Tom Mcgrath

Illness is distressing for anybody, but it's especially disturbing for children. This book escorts the sick child through the strange, scary, and often lonely world of illness and hospitalization. Empathizing with the confusing feelings and questions sick children often have, it offers comfort and understanding. The little elves that populate its pages present creative ways for sick kids to have fun, stay connected with family and friends, and help themselves to heal.

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.

Ferals

by Jacob Grey

A sinister threat. A city in danger. A boy with the power to command the crows. Ferals is the first book in a dark, action-packed trilogy that's part The Graveyard Book, part Batman, and all high-octane adventure.Blackstone was once a thriving metropolis. But that was before the Dark Summer--a wave of violence and crime that swept through the city eight years ago, orchestrated by the fearsome Spinning Man. Now the Spinning Man is on the move again, and a boy named Caw is about to be caught in his web.Caw has never questioned his ability to communicate with crows. But as the threat of a new Dark Summer looms, Caw discovers the underground world of Blackstone's ferals--those with the power to speak to and control animals. Caw is one of them. And to save his city, he must quickly master abilities he never knew he had...and prepare to defeat a darkness he never could have imagined.

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?

Festival in Valencia [Grade 3]

by Anne Miranda Robert Casilla

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A Fiddle For Angus

by Budge Wilson

Angus' family is musical. Everyone has their own instrument and everyone knows how to make music. But Angus can only hum along to his family's playing, and humming isn't good enough. Angus wants to join his family's orchestra. When Angus' father tells him the family will give him an instrument, he can't choose until he hears the fiddle at a ceilidh. But fiddling is hard; he can't make the music he wants. With patience, practice, and lots of lessons, Angus' fingers learn how to play, and the music inside him finds a way out. Budge Wilson's story will ring true for every young musician and is a fitting tribute to the music makers of Cape Breton.

Field Trips: Out and About at the Newspaper

by Kitty Shea Zachary Trover Jill Kalz

A group of children go on a field trip for a guided tour of a newspaper, where they learn how reporters, photographers, and other staff members work together to publish a newspaper. Includes an activity.

Field Trips: Out and About at the Supermarket

by Kitty Shea Becky Shipe Peggy Henrikson

Come along on fun field trips to some important and amazing places! Young readers join the group and take the tour, learning fascinating facts along the way.

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.

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."

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?

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.

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