Book List in Order:18 titles

  • Castles, battles, the ancient Scottish Highlands, and a boy who is determined to bring everyone safely home combine in this absorbing middle grade time-travel adventure. Will’s mother is in danger overseas, and his father must find her, so Will ...


  • Talking cats, a missing princess, swordfights with villains, and secret identities combine in this epic tale of bravery and self-discovery on the high seas. Duncan is very smart. He also has a most unusual gift. So why does his mother encourage hi...


  • Tate Willow is pretty and nice, and most people think she’s smart. But Tate doesn’t feel smart . . . until she falls into an old well in the backyard and her mind starts working double-time. She sails through her homework and can read a book in m...


  • Chicken? Abner is not a chicken, no matter what his brother Derek says. But when it comes to giving a speech in front of the whole town, Abner is . . . well . . . he's more than a little nervous. Then his sister Tate has an idea--bravery lessons. ...


  • With a POP! and a puff of smoke, the Willows' lawn mower calls it quits. A new mower will cost their parents a lot of money, money Derek had hoped to borrow for a train ticket to visit a friend. Luckily Derek and his brother and sisters find a rusty ...


  • Emmy was not an ordinary girl. She could talk to rodents. She could shrink to the size of a rodent. And just a few weeks ago, she had even become a rodent to defeat her evil former nanny, Miss Barmy. Emmy's parents, unaware of their daughter's oth...


  • From Lynne Jonell, the popular author of Emmy and the Incredible Shrinking Rat, comes a high-spirited story of mixed-up magic and wishes gone awry. Celia Willow is the baby of the family and she's sick of it. She's sick of being younger and smalle...


  • Can two friends foil a dastardly plan and save orphans from a fate worse than death?Christina lives in a big, old stone mansion on the edge of a dark forest surrounded by barbed wire. Deep within the forest is the laboratory where her father works―...


  • In the irresistible sequel to Emmy and the Incredible Shrinking Rat, Emmy, Joe, and Ratty rescue other children Miss Barmy has preyed uponEmmy Addison is an ordinary girl -- almost. If you don't count the fact that her parents are rich (very), her be...






  • Emmy was a good girl.At least she tried very hard to be good. She did her homework without being told. She ate all her vegetables, even the slimy ones. And she never talked back to her nanny, Miss Barmy, although it was almost impossible to keep quie...


  • When Robbie insists on sharing his brother's birthday, Christopher is sure that he will ruin his party, but in the end, Robbie figures out a way to get what he wants and Christopher has an unforgettable celebration. Reprint....



  • Through charmingly simple cartoons, the creators of Mommy Go Away! follow a little boy's unyielding determination to acquire a pet snake, as he hits on a clever solution that convinces his mommy that snakes can very accommodating guests. Reprint....


  • When the tussling and wrestling suddenly gets to be too much for the little boy, the father takes a break to reassure his son with a great big hug, yet soon the boy is back in the mix and their special game is resumed once again....


  • During bathtime, Christopher and his mother share an experience in which she shrinks to a very small size and is set afloat in the bathtub, but Christopher is there to take care of her. By the creators of I Need a Snake. Reprint....



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    Mole, who thought he was an ordinary mole with an ordinary but loving family, discovers that he is not so ordinary after all when he proves his bravery during a dragon attack, in a story inspired by the events of September 11, 2001....


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    Noticing that Mommy is angry, Robbie is determined to make her smile once again, but to no avail, which forces Robbie to show Mommy just how he feels, in a heartwarming story that captures a childhood predicament and its comforting resolution....