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  • Item #: 042186
    ISBN: 9781601441775
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  • Item #: 042185
    ISBN: 9781601441768
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  • Item #: 042184
    ISBN: 9781601441751
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  • Item #: 020729
    ISBN: 9781601441805
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  • Item #: 013171
    ISBN: 9781601441782
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  • Item #: 219337
    ISBN: 9781591663843
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    Professor Van Dusen, A.K.A. the Thinking Machine, is an amazingly smart intellectual who is the main character in all the stories. He uses "simple" logic to find hidden treasure, solve crimes, escape from jail, and more. With his love of common sense and the complicated mysteries he solves, the Thinking Machine will be adored and respected by readers and logic-lovers. Includes 10 mysteries in all. 194 pgs.

  • Item #: 050364
    ISBN: 9781420635393
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    Highlights A Long Walk to Water and Home of the Brave.

  • Item #: 050337
    ISBN: 9781420633689
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    Highlights Wonder and Inside Out and Back Again.

  • Item #: 050333
    ISBN: 9781420633504
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    Highlights Out of Mind and Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library.

  • Item #: 033440
    ISBN: 9780486406480
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    This novel is one of Jane Austen's most characterized works. Emma Woodhouse is the lovely, lively, willful, and fallible heroine. Emma's governess finds happiness as a bride to a kind and well-off local gentleman, and Emma flatters herself to think that she alone secured the marriage and that she possesses a special talent for "match-making." From there we find an entertaining sequence of comic missteps and misunderstandings as Emma tries to find a suitable husband for her friend, Harriet Smith. As Emma blunders her way through the mysteries of her social world, Austen evokes for her readers a cast of unforgettable characters and a detailed portrait of a small English village undergoing a historical transition. A wonderful comedy and romance for all to enjoy. Three unabridged versions are available. The economical Bantam Classic edition (048571) features the unabridged text (no extras). The Wordsworth Classics edition (000926) includes an introduction, notes, and vintage black and white illustrations. The Dover Thrift edition (033440) includes a short introduction. ~ Elise

  • Item #: 065222
    ISBN: 9781590789513
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    A stimulating novel about a young boy in middle school who has trouble fitting in with the crowd, chiefly because he thinks and learns differently than most students. While this young person struggles to overcome labels and the misconceptions of students who prefer bullying to compassion, readers eventually learn that not everyone with value is destined to be popular. Readers also learn that even young people, who are ridiculed for thinking or acting differently, still need someone to reach out to them with the gift of friendship. This novel helps to communicate the fact that children with learning difficulties are still human beings in need of love and acceptance. This novel presents such a vital message that it should be required reading in all schools. 196 pgs, pb. ~ Mike 

  • Item #: 036496
    ISBN: 9780141331645
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    Many people forget that this popular movie is actually based on this classic novel by Carlo Collodi. The details and lessons in the book are greater than those in the movie, and Pinocchio is much more rebellious, naughty, and lazy. He does eventually begin to think about others before himself and is finally transformed from a small wooden puppet into a real boy. Perfect for reading aloud to younger kids, this novel is composed of short chapters and includes black and white sketches on every few pages. This is a complete and unabridged edition and is the one recommended for use with the Veritas Comprehension Guide. Puffin Classic, 272 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 019511
    ISBN: 9780553211436
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    "It was in Warwick Castle that I came across the curious stranger whom I am going to talk about" – and so Mark Twain introduces us to the "true" story of a nineteenth-century American man who finds himself transported back to medieval times after a hard hit to the head. We meet the curious stranger, Hank Morgan, as a fellow tourist and soon find that he knows much more about the castle's history than even the tour guide. The rest of this fast-paced novel is a reading from Mr. Morgan's journal, provided as proof of his unbelievable Round Table adventures. Cleverly using his nineteenth-century knowledge, Morgan fools the court into thinking that he is a wizard – perhaps even more powerful than Merlin! Assuming the superiority of the nineteenth century and blind to its flaws, Morgan attempts to modernize the middle ages with hilarious, and sometimes disastrous, results. Hidden beneath the comical scenes is a thought-provoking social satire, making this a true intellectual classic. 316 pages, paperback. – Rachel
  • Item #: 055594
    ISBN: 9780307975867
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    Enjoy four Dr. Seuss tales on the go! This cute little box has a plastic carrying handle and contains four mini board books that are perfect for slipping into a pocket or purse (each book approx. 4.25”x5.75”x.5”). Titles include Hop on Pop, Oh the Thinks You Can Think, The Shape of Me and Other Stuff, and Ten Apples Up on Top. – Laura

  • Item #: 045519
    ISBN: 9781465439062
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  • Item #: 048829
    ISBN: 9780545060479
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    This hunt for clues has taken a heavy toll on Amy and Dan. Now they are wanted by the Indonesian police and trapped on an island. Just when they think it can't get worse, it does.
  • Item #: 042521
    ISBN: 9780547014371
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    Lady Lynet is getting tired of the knight who holds her castle hostage and kills all her intended helpers, so she sneaks out and searches for another knight to come to her aid. Unfortunately, all she can find is a kitchen hand and a dwarf – or so she thinks. pb, 213 pgs.

  • Item #: 022504
    ISBN: 9780375871283
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    This boxed set contains the following five Dr. Seuss classics in hardcover: Cat in the Hat Comes Back; Dr. Seuss's ABC; I Can Read with My Eyes Shut; Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!; and Oh Say Can You Say?
  • Item #: 007291
    ISBN: 9780380709144
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    Henry thinks that a bicycle of his own would be the best thing ever. His parents can't afford to by him one, but true to his character, Henry has plenty of ideas for earning money. When finding trouble seems more likely, he turns to his friend Beezus for help, and she has an idea that just might work!

  • Item #: 007739
    ISBN: 9780380709540
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    Why does everyone call Ramona a pest? She gets benched on her first day of kindergarten for pulling Susan's hair, which is enticingly curly, not at all like Ramona's straight brown hair. Ramona tries hard to show her teacher that she is the best rester at nap time, but instead she disrupts the whole class. Why does everyone think she's a pest when she's trying so hard to be grown up?

  • Item #: 038009
    ISBN: 9780399257827
    Retail: $18.99
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    I love when a Jan Brett book comes across my desk, and this one is my favorite so far! Accompanied with the beautiful, detailed illustrations you’ve come to expect from Brett, this story tells the tale of a turtle who lives by the water and moves so slowly that moss begins to grow on her back, hence the name Mossy. With the moss there are ferns and flowers that make her a beautifully unique turtle. One day, she spots a boy turtle in the pond, but before they can speak, she is captured by a museum curator and her niece. While she is carefully cared for in the museum, the niece notices that Mossy is terribly unhappy there. It will take some clever thinking to get Mossy released, but will the plan work? A charming tale full of wonderful nature illustrations that is sure to be a well-loved addition in your library. 30 hardcover pages. – Laura

  • Item #: 031058
    ISBN: 9781930900998
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    No one owns the sun, because the sun is too large and too great for one person to own. No one owns the stars because they are too far away for anyone to own. No one owns the wind, because it is a wanderer that visits everyone and every place. These are simple truths that Big Jim shares with his son. However, Big Jim's son's life is turned upside down when he learns that one of earth's most beautiful things can be "owned." This touching story was written and illustrated by Stacy Chbosky when she was only 14 years old when she won the "National Written and Illustrated By…Awards Contest for Students" in 1987. 27 pgs, pb. ~ Elise

  • Item #: 045509
    ISBN: 9781465439017
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  • Item #: 026647
    ISBN: 9780380709175
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    Henry loves his dog Ribsy, but he is a handful! And now the neighbors have been complaining. If Henry wants to go fishing with his dad, he has to keep Ribsy out of trouble for two whole months. At first Henry thinks that the bargain will be simple to keep, but Ribsy has other ideas!

  • Item #: 033871
    ISBN: 9780375810619
    Retail: $34.99
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    When we were younger, we could never get enough of Dr. Seuss. We would all get excited when we would find another Dr. Seuss book in the library we hadn't read yet. Wouldn't we have loved to stumble upon a whole collection of them, like this one! Bound into one oversize, 368-page volume are 13 of Dr. Seuss' best-loved books, including: And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, McElligot's Pool, If I Ran the Zoo, Horton Hears a Who!, The Cat in the Hat, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, Yertle the Turtle, Happy Birthday to You!, Green Eggs and Ham, The Sneetches, Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book, The Lorax, and Oh, the Places You'll Go! All books are included full-size, and each includes a fascinating essay and introduction about the book, allowing readers to learn more about the man behind the fantastic stories. We predict this to be one of the best-loved volumes in your home library too!

  • Item #: 002412
    ISBN: 9780064430098
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    Harry hates getting baths, so when it's that time again he grabs the scrub brush and runs out of the house. Instead of getting clean, he plays all around the town and gets quite dirty. A little worried that his family will think he ran away for good, he returns home, but he is so dirty that his family doesn't even recognize him. Harry will have to think of a way to prove to them that he is their dog, and not just some stranger.

  • Item #: 045510
    ISBN: 9781465435637
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  • Item #: 001888
    ISBN: 9780689806230
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    The lyrical text and high spirited illustrations will take you and your child into a day in the life of Jesse Bear. Jesse is a young bear that has to decide what he will wear in the morning, the afternoon and the night. You will be surprised to find out what he wears isn't always what you think it will be! With simple sentences and repetitive use of simple words, this is a great book for beginning readers while also being a wonderful bedtime story.

  • Item #: 007711
    ISBN: 9780380709120
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    Henry Huggins doesn't think his life is very exciting, but everything changes when he finds a dog. Well, actually the dog finds him, and Henry names the dog Ribsy. This book holds six such stories of Henry's adventures with Ribsy. My favorite is when Henry buys two guppies for just 79 cents, which seems like a great deal at the time. The two guppies quickly turn into hundreds, but now Henry is running out of room and interest!

  • Item #: 000784
    ISBN: 9780140502770
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    Andy loves lions. He checks a book out from the library about lions, his grandfather tells him stories about lions, and lions are all Andy can think about.