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Andrew Lost 10: On Earth

by J. C. Greenburg

Andrew, Judy, and Thudd have escaped the Big Bang only to find themselves trapped inside the Earth as it forms all around them! Meanwhile Uncle Al is stranded in the Ice Age. Somehow Andrew, Judy, and Thudd must fix their time machine and rescue Uncle Al--before he becomes dinner for a sabertooth tiger! Kids, parents, and teachers love this series--kids for all its gooey grossness, and teachers and parents for all the fun science and great discussion points! "Andrew Lost books are gross and disgusting. That's why we like them. "--The Washington Post "One cliff-hanger after another. "--School Library Journal "At the end of each book are additional pages of interesting facts . . . even when the stories end, the learning never stops. "--Kidsreads. com

Andrew Lost 12: In the Ice Age

by J. C. Greenburg

Andrew, Judy, and Thudd have escaped the dinosaurs only to find themselves surrounded by the woolly mammoths of the Ice Age! Can they locate their lost Uncle Al and travel back to their own time before the evil Dr. Kron-Tox puts his nefarious plan into action?

Andrew Lost 13: In the Garbage

by J. C. Greenburg

Andrew, Judy, and Thudd have time-traveled out of an ice age only to find themselves shrunk down and tossed out with the garbage! As they get up close and personal with half-eaten hog dogs, soggy pasta, and old fruit rinds, they'll learn about the stinky--but oh-so-necessary!--process of decomposition. Kids, parents, and teachers love this series--kids for all its gooey grossness, and teachers and parents for all the fun science and great discussion points! From the Trade Paperback edition.

Andrew Lost 15: In the Jungle

by J. C. Greenburg

Andrew, Judy, and Thudd have landed in the Australian rain forest. They must find a way to the river and Uncle Al, but they're still the size of bugs! They dodge rhinoceros beetles and tree kangaroos, dangle dangerously above the jaws of a carnivorous plant, and have a close encounter with a carpet python. Will theyeverreach Uncle Al? Or will they be shrunken Down Under for good? From the Trade Paperback edition.

Andrew Lost 16: In Uncle Al

by J. C. Greenburg

Some families are ARE a little too close! A shock from a numbfish has shrunk Andrew, Judy, and Thudd to microscopic size. Just when they think Uncle Al has rescued them, a mosquito bite injects them into his bloodstream! They travel to his lungs and pay a friendly visit to his mucous membranes. Will they ever find their way out of Uncle Al? Or will this family tie become a permanent knot? J. C. Greenburg is the author of many books for young people in the library and reference fields. She's married to Dan Greenburg, author of the Zack Files and Weird Planet. She lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. Jan Gerardi is an art director and has illustrated several books for children. She has a husband, a daughter, and two dogs. She lives in Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Andrew Lost #3: In the Kitchen

by J. C. Greenburg

Ten-year-old Andrew invents a shrinking machine that allows him some unusual and instructive lessons in science from a unique vantage point.

Andrew Lost #7: On the Reef

by J. C. Greenburg

Ten-year-old Andrew invents a shrinking machine that allows him some unusual and instructive lessons in science from a unique vantage point.

The Annoying Team

by Ilene Cooper

Tim has a big problem. A big, tall problem named Jon. Jon always teases Tim. Then Tim gets the idea to start the Annoying Team. With the help of other kids who hate being picked on, Tim can bug Jon back. But will being annoying ever get . . . annoying? From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Blue Ghost

by Marion Dane Bauer

Liz is staying with her grandmother in her old house in the woods of northern Minnesota when one night a noise awakens her. It is someone calling her name, calling for Elizabeth. Liz opens her eyes. There is a blue ghost in her room! What does the ghost want from her? This exciting mystery by Newbery Honor writer Marion Dane Bauer is perfect for first chapter-book readers. From the Hardcover edition.

The Curse of King Tut's Mummy

by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld

When the pharoahs of Egypt died, they were mummified and buried in pyramids and tombs with all their riches. But as centuries passed, the tombs were looted and the pharoahs' gold stolen. Then Howard Carter found the greatest Egyptian treasure trove of all--the tomb of King Tut's mummy! But did the amazing treasure come with a deadly curse? From the Trade Paperback edition.

Mermaids

by Lucille Recht Penner

For thousands of years, people have claimed to have spotted mermaids in the waves and on the rocks. Some were beautiful with long flowing hair and lovely voices. But other mermaids liked to drag people down to their watery homes and eat them! If you thought mermaids were just pretty ladies with scaly tails, think again. There is more to these mythical creatures than meets the eye!

The Minstrel in the Tower

by Gloria Skurzynski

In this gripping medieval page-turner, Roger and his sister Alice are kidnapped and held for ransom in an ancient tower. To escape and find their uncle, the children must summon all their courage and imagination. "Designed as easy-reading material for middle-graders, this has the virtues of an attractive format and illustrations, a fast plot, and even a feminist fillip: Alice is the more intrepid of the siblings, Roger's gifts are for music and ventriloquism. "--Bulletin, Center for Children's Books. From the Trade Paperback edition.

A Picture for Marc

by Eric A. Kimmel

GROWING UP IN Russia in the late 1800s, Marc Chagall doesn't know what art is. He doesn't even know whatdrawingis until one of his schoolmates shows him how to trace a picture in a magazine. Marc tries it himself, then decides to pull pictures out of his own mind - his Uncle Noah on the roof, giant chickens, flying cows, happy men with fiddles, and women with lambs. Suddenly Marc knows what he wants to do with his life. He wants to be an artist! From the Hardcover edition.

The Secret of the Painted House

by Marion Dane Bauer

When Emily finds a locked playhouse in the woods, she can't resist peeking through the windows. Inside, the walls are painted to look just like the surrounding woods, right down to an identical white playhouse with blue shutters. But the playhouse is not as deserted as Emily first thought. A girl Emily's age lives on the painted walls--and she's dying for Emily to join her! Newbery Honor-winning author Marion Dane Bauer crafts an eerie story for young mystery lovers guaranteed to send shivers down their spines. Marion Dane Bauer is the author of more than 40 books for children, including the Newbery Honor?winning bookOn My HonorandRain of Fire, which won a Jane Adams Peace Association Award. She has also won the Kerlan Award for the body of her work. The Blue Ghostis her most recent book for this age group. She lives in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

Unicorns

by Lucille Recht Penner

Persian unicorns are fierce fighters. Japanese unicorns are just. European unicorns are peaceful. But all unicorns have one thing in common. They are magic! Learn all about unicorn legends, including why people truly believed in them, in this fascinating companion to Dragons. Beautiful full-color illustrations accompany the easy-to-read text. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Weird Planet 1: Dude, Where's My Spaceship?

by Dan Greenburg

Klatu is such a varna! He crashed the spaceship into planet Earth with his brother Lek and sister Ploo onboard. Stuck in the middle of the Nevada desert with nowhere to run, Ploo is captured by army Earthlings who think that she is an enemy of humankind. Can Klatu and Lek to rescue Ploo from the terrifying Major Paine? Or will Ploo be held prisoner in Area 51 forever?

Weird Planet 2: Lost in Las Vegas

by Dan Greenburg

Ploo, Lek, and Klatu have escaped from Area 51 and hit the road in a stolen station wagon. Where are they headed? Las Vegas, of course! After all Vegas has everything--slot machines, drive-through wedding chapels, Elvis impersonators. It's sure to have someone who can fix their slightly beat-up spaceship!

Weird Planet 3: Chilling with the Great Ones

by Dan Greenburg

Klatu, Lek, and Ploo head back to Groom Lake to fix their busted spaceship. But the spaceship is gone--it's been taken to Area 51. There's nothing for the aliens to do other than sneak in and search for it. Instead they find something theyweren'tlooking for--the Great Ones! The mythic missing Looglians Org, Murkel, Shemp, and Kurth crashed at Roswell New Mexico in 1947, and have been in the deep freeze ever since. Can our three wacky alien kids rescue them? Dan Greenburg brings his trademark quirkiness and humor to the third book in his newest chapter book series.

Weird Planet 4: Attack of the Evil Elvises

by Dan Greenburg

After thier spaceship is taken by the Great Ones, Ploo, Klatu, and Lek return to Las Vegas. There they discover an infestation of Elvis impersonators, in town for a convention. Klatu, Lek, and Ploo are sure the odd-looking humans are up to no good, and it turns out that they're right . . . for once. These are no ordinary Elvises--they are evil aliens from outer space in disguise with nefarious plans to take over Earth! From the Trade Paperback edition.

Weird Planet 5: Lights, Camera... Liftoff!

by Dan Greenburg

KLATU, LEK, AND PLOO just missed their ride home to planet Loogl. The army men from Area 51 scared their spaceship away. So where can they find a place to land a spaceship without causing havoc? Hollywood, of course, on the stage set of a film crew! But when they get there, the three kids are roped into being extras on a new sci-fi TV show. Have Lek, Klatu, and Ploo finally hit the big time? Break out the shades - they've gone from seeing stars . . . to being stars!

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