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Books

The Tin Snail

By: Cameron McAllister

"Half-silly, half-serious and full of human interest."--The Wall Street JournalGet ready for a wild ride with this classic and fun World War II adventure about a boy who helps invent a car the Nazis would...

Crashed, Smashed, and Mashed

By: Steven Borns

Crash! Time to call junkyard heaven. They'll bring your car in on a flatbed, drain its fluids, dismantle the engine, and torch the salvageable parts so others can reuse them. These dynamic photographs...

I Can Be an Actress/I Can Be a Computer Engineer (Barbie)

By: Susan Marenco
illustrated by: Random House

Barbie can be an actress and a computer engineer! Barbie plays a pretty princess in a play—then saves her sister's school computer project. With two great all-new stories and over 50 stickers, girls...


Web Star! (iCarly)

By: Mary Man-Kong
illustrated by: Golden Books

What's the download? Based on the hit Nickelodeon series, this full-color iCarly book is packed with 32 pages of posters, activities, and more than 200 stickers. It's LOL fun for everyone!

Mad Scientist Academy: The Weather Disaster

By: Matthew McElligott

Welcome back to Mad Scientist Academy! Dr. Cosmic’s class of clever monsters must face down snow, floods, and a dangerous thunderstorm as freak weather conditions threaten the school in this second...

iCarly Rocks! In 3-D (iCarly)

By: Mary Man-Kong
illustrated by: Golden Books

Join in the wacky fun with the hottest Web stars from Nickelodeon's iCarly—Carly and Sam! With eye-popping activities, puzzles, and games, this full-color 3-D book also includes two pairs of rockin'...


Zipped

By: Laura and Tom McNeal

Winner of the PEN Center USA Literary Award for Children's LiteratureA New York Public Library Book for the Teen AgeWinner of the 2004 Texas TAYSHAS High School Reading ListWhen fifteen-year-old Mick Nichols...

Scored

By: Lauren McLaughlin

Set in the future when teenagers are monitored via camera and their recorded actions and confessions plugged into a computer program that determines their ability to succeed. All kids given a "score" that...

Zipped

By: Laura McNeal and Tom McNeal

Winner of the PEN Center USA Literary Award for Children's LiteratureA New York Public Library Book for the Teen AgeWinner of the 2004 Texas TAYSHAS High School Reading ListWhen fifteen-year-old Mick Nichols...


Resources

Scored

By: Lauren McLaughlin

BOOK TALK
Imagine that everything you did was interpreted into a score. You are always being watched and evaluated: your actions, words, expressions, and maybe even your thoughts and intentions. ...