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Joshua Dread: The Dominion Key

By: Lee Bacon

The third book in the series! The summer is coming to an end and Joshua—along with his friends Sophie, Milton, and Miranda—are about to begin seventh grade. But when a trip to the...

Blast to the Past! (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Half-Shell Heroes)

By: Golden Books
illustrated by: Paul Linsley

Magic Tree House Fact Tracker #33: Vikings

By: Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce; illustrated Carlo Molinari

The bestselling nonfiction companions to the Magic Tree House books!   When Jack and Annie came back from their adventure in Magic Tree House #15: Viking Ships at Sunrise, they had lots of questions....


The Afterlife Academy

By: Frank L. Cole

ONE CREEPY BOOK. TWO TWELVE-YEAR-OLD BOYS. A HORDE OF ANGRY DEMONS. WHAT COULD GO WRONG?   When Walter Prairie is struck dead by a bolt of lightning, he’s fast-tracked through the Afterlife...

Rogue

By: Mark Frost

Will West is playing a dangerous game. Months after uncovering the sinister Paladin Prophecy plot, Will continues to work with the mastermind behind the project—none other than his own grandfather,...

Never Ending

By: Martyn Bedford

A suspenseful tragedy laced with romance, Never Ending will take you from the past—a steamy vacation in Greece that’s cut short by the unfathomable—to the present—a lake-side clinic...


Pirate's Lullaby

By: Marcie Wessels
illustrated by: Tim Bowers

Yo, ho, ho! It’s bedtime! But this little swashbuckler will do anything to avoid going to sleep. Read along as he stalls for time—searching for peg-legged Captain Teddy, stowing his toys in...

Squish #7: Deadly Disease of Doom

By: Jennifer L. Holm and Matthew Holm

Ahhh-CHOO! From the New York Times bestselling, Eisner-winning creators of Babymouse, it’s Squish’s most contagiously fun adventure yet!   Uh-oh! A deadly disease is spreading through...

Stick

By: Michael Harmon

“Stick” is the best wide receiver in the history of his high school—the football seems magnetically drawn to his hands, hence his nickname.   Preston is an outcast, and his pipsqueak...