Big Nate in a class by himself

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Big Nate in a class by himself

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Big Nate in a class by himself
by Lincoln Peirce Supremely confident middle school student Nate Wright manages to make getting detention from every one of his teachers in the same day seem like an achievement.
After all, you’re Callie Boone
by Winnie Mack A new boy in town turns Callie Boone's world upsidedown, and suddenly diving practice and an Olympic dream become not as important to Callie.

Cosmic by Frank Cottrell Boyce Twelve-year-old Liam, who looks like he is thirty and is tired of being treated like he is older than he actually is, decides he is going to pose as the adult chaperone on the first spaceship to take civilians into space. When he ends up in outer space with a group of kids and no adult supervision, he must think fast to make things right.
The Crowfield Curse by Pat Walsh
In 1347, fourteen-year-old orphan William Paynel, an impoverished servant at Crowfield Abbey, goes into the forest to gather wood and finds a magical creature caught in a trap. He discovers he has the ability to see magical creatures and becomes embroiled in a strange mystery involving Old Magic, a bitter feud, and ancient secrets.

Dream of Night by Heather Henson Twelve-year-old Shiloh, a troubled foster child, Dream of Night, an abused former racehorse, and their caretaker Jess, a woman who knows how it feels to have loved and lost, find healing by helping one another through their pain.
Emily’s Fortune by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor While traveling to her aunt's home in Redbud by train and stagecoach, quiet young Emily and her turtle, Rufus, team up with Jackson, fellow orphan and troublemaker extraordinaire, to outsmart mean Uncle Victor, who is after Emily's inheritance.

The Fantastic secret of Owen Jester
by Barbara O’Connor After Owen captures an enormous bullfrog, names it Tooley Graham, then has to release it, he and two friends try to use a small submarine that fell from a passing train to search for Tooley in the Carter, Georgia, pond it came from, while avoiding nosy neighbor Viola.
The Fast and the furriest by Andy Behrens
The overweight and unathletic son of a famous former football star discovers that his equally fat and lazy dog is unexpectedly--and obsessively--interested in competing in dog agility contests.

Frozen in Time by Ali Sparkes
In England, thirteen-year-old Ben and his twelve-year-old sister Rachel find two children who have been cryogenically frozen in a bomb shelter since 1956, and must prevent them from being discovered while helping them adjust to modern life.
Ghost dog secrets by Peg Kehret
Sixth-grader Rusty, determined to help an injured dog that is chained outdoors in frigid weather, calls animal control then takes matters into his own hands, aided by his best friend and a ghost collie that leads Rusty to an even deeper secret.

Guinea dog by Patrick Jennings When his mother brings home a guinea pig instead of the dog he has always wanted, fifth-grader Rufus is not happy--until the rodent starts acting exactly like a dog.
Hide and seek by Katy Grant In the remote mountains of Arizona where he lives with his mother, stepfather, and two sisters, fourteen-year-old Chase discovers two kidnapped boys and gets caught up in a dangerous adventure when he comes up with a plan to rescue them.

Magic below stairs by Caroline Stevermer Ten-year-old Frederick, who is surreptitiously watched over by a household elf, is plucked from a London orphanage to be a servant to a wealthy wizard. Eventually his uncanny abilities lead him to become the wizard's apprentice.
Masters of disaster by Gary Paulsen
Twelve-year-old Henry Mosely, having decided his life is boring, ropes his friends Riley and Reed into a series of hair-raising adventures, including trying to break world records, visiting a haunted house, and solving a centuryold murder.

Museum of thieves by Lian Tanner
Goldie, an impulsive twelveyear-old, escapes the oppressive city of Jewel, where children are required to wear guardchains for their protection. She finds refuge in the extraordinary Museum of Dunt, an ever-shifting world where she discovers a useful talent for thievery and mysterious secrets that threaten her city and everyone she loves.
The Adventures of Nanny Piggins by R.A. Spratt
When Mr. Green, a stingy widower with three children he cannot be bothered with, decides to find a nanny for his children, he winds up hiring a glamorous ex-circus pig who knows nothing about children
but a lot about chocolate.

On the blue comet by Rosemary Wells
When the Depression hits in Cairo, Illinois, and Oscar's father must sell their home and vast model train set-up to look for work in California, elevenyear-old Oscar is left with his aunt. There he befriends a mysterious drifter, witnesses a stunning bank robbery, and is suddenly catapulted onto a train that takes him to a different time and place.
Out of my mind by Sharon Draper Considered by many to be mentally retarded, a brilliant, impatient fifth-grader with cerebral palsy discovers a technological device that will allow her to speak for the first time.

Saving Sky by Diane Stanley Sky Brightman, living happily off the grid on sixty acres in New Mexico, with no television or Internet to bring her news of the war going on in the United States, is forced to face reality when her friend Kareem is unjustly arrested.
The Shadows by Jacqueline West When eleven-year-old Olive and her distracted parents move into an old Victorian mansion, Olive finds herself caught in a dark plan involving mysterious paintings, a trapped and angry nine-yearold boy, and three talking cats.
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