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One good turn : a jolly murder mystery —Atkinson, Kate

Former detective Jackson Brodie travels to Edinburgh where he becomes involved in a case that begins with him witnessing a man being brutally assaulted in a traffic jam.

Can adults become human? —Benton, Jim.

Jamie Kelly writes in her diary about her adventures in middle school.

Stanley's party —Bailey, Linda, 1948-

Stanley is a good dog, but one night when his humans are out, he can't help throwing a wild party.

AlphaOops! H is for Halloween —Kontis, Alethea.

While putting on a Halloween pageant, the alphabet mixes things up with some spooky, and funny, results.

Peanuts. Volume one —Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000.
Graphic Novel
2012
Availability: 10 of 14

"The beloved Peanuts gang is all here in this brand-new collection of the acclaimed comic book series! With a mix of new stories and Charles Schulz Sunday strips, this book will remind you why Peanuts is cherished by mil...

Amelia Bedelia shapes up —Parish, Herman.

In the fifth book in the New York Times{u2012}best-selling chapter book series about the childhood of America's favorite housekeeper, Amelia Bedelia takes to the field, the yoga mat, and the track, with hilarious results...

Ducks don't wear socks —Nedwidek, John.

Emily, a serious girl, meets a duck who helps her see the more humorous side of life.

Amelia Bedelia, rocket scientist? —Parish, Herman.

Housekeeper Amelia Bedelia wreaks havoc when she volunteers to help out at the school science fair.

Amelia Bedelia, cub reporter —Parish, Herman.

Amelia Bedelia helps with the school newspaper -- to rave reviews.

The funny faceoff —Punt, Irene, 1955-

Tom and his friends on the Glenlake Hawks hockey team are having a great season, but when they are sent to the principal's office after a funny presentation in class the boys must use their hockey teamwork to save the da...

Amelia Bedelia talks turkey —Parish, Herman.

When Amelia Bedelia volunteers to fill in as director of a third-grade Thanksgiving play, she misunderstands everything from one girl's desire to play a big role to an opening night wish that she "break a leg," but all i...

The problem with here is that it's where I'm from —Benton, Jim.

Jamie Kelly shares with her diary her excitement about the fact that students from Wodehouse Middle School will be going to Mackerel Middle School temporarily.

No such things —Peet, Bill.

Describes in rhyme a variety of fantastical creatures such as the blue-snouted Twumps, the pie-faced Pazeeks, and the fancy Fandangos.

The adventures of Tom Sawyer —Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.

Set in a sleepy southern town, this is the story of Tom, Aunt Polly, Becky Thatcher, Injun Joe and Huck Finn.

Mrs. Lilly is silly! —Gutman, Dan.

On Career Day at Ella Mentry School, local reporter Mrs. Lilly helps A.J. and his fellow third-graders start a school newspaper, but their efforts have unexpected, and terrible, consequences.

Bravo, Amelia Bedelia! —Parish, Herman.

From the time she is sent to pick up the guest conductor, Amelia Bedelia's normal confusion causes quite an uproar at the school concert.

Dealing with dragons —Wrede, Patricia C., 1953-

Cimorene is everything a princess is not supposed to be: headstrong, tomboyish, smart. . . . And bored. So bored that she runs away to live with a dragon . . . and finds the family and excitement she's been looking for.

How to eat fried worms —Rockwell, Thomas, 1933-

Two boys set out to prove that worms can make a delicious meal. In order to win a bet, Billy has to eat 15 worms in 15 days.

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