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Cheesie Mack Is Not Exactly Famous

By: Steve Cotler
illustrated by: Douglas Holgate

Readers of Diary of a Wimpy Kid and The Secret series will love Cheesie’s wacky lists, drawings, and made-up words as he tells the story of the time he became famous! Sort of.   Cheesie and...

Fitz

By: Mick Cochrane

Sometimes Fitz would look at himself in the mirror, an expression of pathetic eagerness on his face. He was a dog in the pound, wanting to be adopted. He'd smile. What father wouldn't want this boy?Fifteen-year-old...

Cheesie Mack Is Running like Crazy!

By: Steve Cotler
illustrated by: Douglas Holgate

Readers of Diary of a Wimpy Kid will love Cheesie's wacky lists, drawings, and made-up words as he tells the story of the weirdest election in the history of the sixth grade!In his third adventure, Cheesie...


Half-Shell Heroes! (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

By: Courtney Carbone
illustrated by: Claudio Sciarrone

Children ages 3-7 will love this 48-page activity book based on Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, complete with 4 chunky crayons!

Cheesie Mack Is Not a Genius or Anything

By: Steve Cotler
illustrated by: Adam McCauley

"Cheesie Mack is a true original." —Gordon Korman, bestselling author of Swindle and SchooledRonald "Cheesie" Mack is not a genius or anything, but he remembers everything that happened before, during,...

Little Golden Book Train Stories

By: Gertrude Crampton
Margaret Wise Brown; Marian Potter; illustrated by: Tibor Gergely; Art Seiden

Toot-tooooot! Three classic Little Golden Book train stories are chugging their way into this mini-treasury!   Tootle, The Little Red Caboose, and Margaret Wise Brown’s The Train to Timbuctoo...


Jake

By: Audrey Couloumbis

"I'm old enough to stay home alone, you know."Mom said, "Not a chance. Who's going to lug the loot ba—" and the locks on the door sprung open. I opened the door and unloaded the cart. It took five...


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Beyond the Chocolate War

By: Robert Cormier

ABOUT THIS GUIDE
In Robert Cormier’s unforgettable novels, an individual often stands alone, fighting for what is right–or just to survive–against powerful, sinister, and sometimes evil people....

Cheesie Mack Is Not a Genius or Anything

By: Steve Cotler
illustrated by: Adam McCauley

Book Talk
Here are the top five things everyone should know about Cheesie Mack:
 
His name is really Ronald Mack, but people call him Cheesie because, yes, he loves macaroni and cheese.
...

Cheesie Mack Is Cool in a Duel

By: Steve Cotler
illustrated by: Adam McCauley

BOOK TALK
Cheesie Mack is back and some things certainly haven’t changed. The point battle between him and Goon is still going on, with Goon barely in the lead. He is still best friends with Georgie...


Bud, Not Buddy

By: Christopher Paul Curtis

TEACHERS GUIDE
ABOUT THIS BOOK
During the Great Depression, a 10-year-old homeless boy sets out in search of a man he believes to be his father.
Bud Caldwell's mother died when he was six...

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Bucking the Sarge

By: Christopher Paul Curtis

BOOK TALK
Ever feel like your parents give you too much responsibility? Try being 15-year-old Luther T. Farrell. His own mother, who Luther refers to as Sarge, manipulates the system, manages slum...