Zeus, a German shepherd, is assigned to Madden as a diabetic alert dog and must help him navigate middle school--
We all have good luck and bad, courtesy of our very own lucky rabbits and black cats. Most people never even notice them. Cecil Bean had certainly never noticed his villainous cat, Millikin, or his devoted rabbit, Leek. At least not until Millikin hatched a deliciously evil plan to have Leek vanish within a magician's hat, leaving Cecil with no good luck at all. Thrown into a shadowy, perilous world, Leek will stop at nothing to return to his boy--even though no rabbit has ever escaped the land of Hat before. To do so, Leek must sail across the Great Ink, travel beyond the Jungle Prime Evil, brave the Grottos of Ill Repute, and breach the very seat of all bad luck--the dark fortress of the black cats itself. Meanwhile, as cat and rabbit battle for control of his fate, Cecil comes to realize that sometimes in life, with your back against the wall and all odds stacked against you, the only solution is to roll up your sleeves and make your own luck, all by yourself, from scratch. -- publisher description from jacket.
Nothing truly compares to the special bond between grandma and granddaughter. With heart-warming rhymes and beautiful illustrations of diverse grandmothers and granddaughters, Grandma's Girl is the perfect way to bring generations together. It's a touching story about all the things a young girl learns and becomes, and how Grandma understands, because she's been there before.
When Arthur and Rose were little, they were the heroes of Roar, a magical world they invented where the wildest creations of their imaginations roamed. Now that they're eleven, Roar is just a distant memory. But it hasn't forgotten them. When their grandfather is spirited away into Roar by the villain who still haunts their nightmares, Arthur and Rose must go back to the world they'd almost left behind. And when they get there, they discover that Grandad isn't the only one who needs their help.--Provided by publisher.
Alex and his grandfather hold the fate of history itself in their hands in a Rick Riordan meets Raiders of the Lost Ark adventure of epic proportions!
Though Henry Khoo is twelve years old, he's still treated like a baby. He's forbidden from going anywhere without his sister/chaperone/bodyguard. And he definitely CAN'T take a journey halfway around the world all by himself! But that's exactly his plan. After his family's annual trip to visit his father in Singapore is canceled, Henry decides he doesn't want to be cooped up at home with his overprotective family and BFF turned NRFF (Not Really Friend Forever). Plus, he's hiding a your-life-is-over-if-you're-caught secret: He's the creator of an anonymous gossip cartoon, and he's on the verge of getting caught. Determined to prove his independence and avoid punishment for his crimes, Henry embarks on the greatest adventure everrr... hoping it won't turn into the greatest disaster ever. --
When Celia and Tyrus discover the four lost diaries of Charles Dodgson (a.k.a. Lewis Carroll), they are pulled into Wonderland and must solve riddles and puzzles to stop the Queen of Hearts from opening a door and taking over our world--
Margaret's whole world changes when her family moves to a cottage by the sea to be near her grandma. One evening, Margaret spots a mist over the water. No, that's not mist ... clouds maybe? No, they're unicorns descending onto the shore! They vanish as quickly as they'd appeared, but accidentally leave behind a baby, tangled in the weeds. Margaret, lonely and in need of a friend, brings him home and cares for him through the fall and winter. Together, they chase the waves, stomp on frozen puddles, and build snow unicorns. When spring finally comes around, and the other unicorns return, Margaret's takes her small friend back to his family ... but these two won't forget one another. And though Margaret misses him, she has made a new friend, and her new cottage is starting to feel like home. With all the feel of a classic, here is a picture book young readers will want to revisit again and again.--Amazon.com.
When twelve-year-old Zinnia Manning's older brother Gabriel is diagnosed with bipolar disorder, it turns her family's world upside-down, especially since they are keeping the information private.--
Forget everything you've ever heard about the Moon being made of green cheese. Earth's newest moon is made of pure gold! Naturally, Scrooge wants to claim it as his own, but first he's got to win the greatest gold rush in history. But little does he suspect the surprise that awaits him when he arrives. Then, when Scrooge is told his ships are being sunk at sea by a ghost, he takes Donald along to discover the real cause -- and they come face-to-face with the haunted ship itself. And when Scrooge buys an ancient Spanish galleon, a lost letter on board sets him on a treacherous trail of intrigue, deception, and boobytraps in search of a hidden Incan treasure.~Another collection of internationally acclaimed Donald Duck comics.
Imp, hatched in the underground monsters lair looking like a human boy, does not know where he fits, but Thunderguts, king of the ogres, has a dangerous destiny in mind for him.--
There has been a terrible crime, Bear tells us. Someone has STOLEN a delicious chocolate cake! Bear sets off to find the culprit, questioning characters and compiling clues from A to Z. Among the suspects: a gingerbread man (G) with a bite out of his head, a kite (K) that may be above the law, and an octopus (O) with grabby tentacles. But -- hold on -- are those crumbs on Bear's page? Is that frosting on his face? Looks like our narrator is a little unreliable! And it appears our culprit might be the one that Bear wants readers to suspect the least of all. . . . Author Eoin McLaughlin's sly, cheeky humor takes the alphabet book to inventive new heights, while best-selling illustrator Marc Boutavant's smart and striking graphic-style art matches the irreverent tone. Young ABC learners and older fans of funny stories will laugh out loud at Bear's uproarious investigation and his anything-but-usual suspects.
A traditional wooden barn weathers time, change, and new owners while providing shelter and comfort to animals and humans alike.
Eleven-year-old Millie and five other girls, snowed in at Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum in Atchison, Kansas, are on a scavenger hunt when the lights go out and Amelia's aviator goggles go missing.
A child who loves visiting museums with her grandmother is sad when Nainai returns to China, but her father takes her to see something special where signs of Nainai are in every corner. Includes facts about the Peabody Essex Museum's Yin Yu Tang exhibit.
A toy dragon and his human boy continue to share adventures, even after the boy grows up.
Struggling with her Puerto Rican identity, her grandfather's memory loss and transfer to a nursing home, and her sister's depression, seventh-grader Cassie joins the Mathletes at school, finding comfort in numbers and in her new friendship with Aaron.
Accompanying their journalist parents to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, twelve-year-old Andy Kudo and his eleven-year-old sister Mika find themselves immersed in an augmented reality game developed by a former Olympic medalist, that brings players together from all over the world to search Tokyo for virtual medals and clues to the secretive creator's identity.
Twelve-year-old Dagmar and her family spend a summer living off-the-grid in a tiny home parked in the Northern California redwood forest, next door to an eccentric tech billionaire and his very unusual family.