• Length:
    43 Books
  • Rating:

Series List in Order

Author Book Series Genre Date Rating
RFC General Fiction / GF 4 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 4 Buy
RFC Fantasy / F 4.5 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 4 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 2 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 0 Buy
RFC Fantasy / F 4 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 4 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 4 Buy



RFC Fantasy / F 2 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 0 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 0 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 5 Buy
RFC Fantasy / F 2 Buy
RFC Historical / H 0 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 4 Buy
RFC Historical / H 0 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 0 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 4 Buy
RFC Fantasy / F 2 Buy
RFC Historical / H 0 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 2 Buy
RFC Historical / H 0 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 3 Buy
RFC Historical / H 0 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 0 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 2 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 3 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 0 Buy



RFC Mystery / M 1 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 0 Buy
RFC Historical / H 5 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 2 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 4 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 0 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 2 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 0 Buy
RFC Action Adventure / AA 3 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 1 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 0 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 0 Buy
RFC General Fiction / GF 0 Buy
RFC Mystery / M 0 Buy

Book Descriptions for series: Ready-for-Chapters


  • Cynthia Rylant

    Meet The COBBLE STREET COUSINS • Lily, who wants to be a poet • Tess, who wants to be a Broadway star • Rosie, who wants a little cottage with flowers by the door Right now, though, the cousins are sharing an attic bedroom in their Aunt Lu...



  • Cynthia Rylant

    Meet The COBBLE STREET COUSINS Lily, who wants to be a poet Tess, who wants to be a Broadway star Rosie, who wants a little cottage with flowers by the door Lily has a wonderful idea -- to surprise Aunt Lucy with a dollhouse that looks just like ...



  • Daniel Pinkwater

    What's salty and cures werewolves? There's only one way to cure a werewolf and that's to eat Alexander the Great's Magic Pretzel. You knew that, right? So, that's what Norman and his werewolf friends at the Watson Elementary School try to find, wi...



  • Ellen Conford

    Meet Annabel: Actress Extraordinaire Nobody can steal this girl's spotlight Not even the twerp Lowell Boxer, who steals Annabel's mask as she makes her way to her first acting job. This aspiring actress has what it takes to play a convincing goril...



  • George Edward Stanley

    WHO SENT AMBER LEE AN ANONYMOUS LETTER? Everyone loves the new teacher, Mr. Merlin. Mr. Merlin used to be a spy, and he knows all about secret codes and the strange and gross ways the police solve mysteries. Now there's a mystery in their very ow...



  • George Edward Stanley

    WHO'S BEEN HANGING OUT IN TODD'S TREE HOUSE? Todd's ears are so clogged up he can't hear, but he doesn't want to miss school. His teacher, the ex-spy Mr. Merlin, is sure to have secret codes for the class to figure out and a new mystery for them to ...



  • Daniel Pinkwater

    Where is one place you don't want to go alone? Remember Werewolf Club members Ralf Alfa, Billy Furball, Lucy Fang, and Norman Gnormal? Well, they are back. Now they wreak havoc on a local restaurant they call "The Lunchroom of Doom." Tomato cat...



  • Andrew Clements

    Offers readers the "memoirs" of Jake Drake, a boy who transformed himself from first-grade geek to the cool dude of the fourth grade by using his wit to outsmart the bullies at his school. Simultaneous....



  • George Edward Stanley

    Hair, Hair, Everywhere Someone's been digging up Mrs. Ruston's tomatoes. She thinks it's Noelle's dog, Rover, and unless Noelle can find the real thief, Rover's in big trouble. It's the hairiest case yet for Mr. Merlin's Third-Grade Detectives. Hai...







  • Daniel Pinkwater

    Just when you thought it was safe... Here comes Dorkula. Who is he and what does he want? Is this the vampire of ancient legend and bad late-night movies? Being in the Werewolf Club has never been so much fun! Just ask Ralf Alfa, Billy Furball,...



  • James Howe

    A SMALL BEAR WITH BIG ADVENTURES It's a boring, rainy afternoon - the perfect time for Teddy Bear to share his scrapbook of memories with the little girls who owns him. And what memories Teddy Bear has! He's ridden a bucking bronco in the rodeo, been...



  • George Edward Stanley

    CREEPY CRAWLY CRITTERS -- YUCK! Poor Todd. First he has to give up his room for an old friend of his father's who's visiting. Then his valuable baseball card collection is stolen. Now Mr. Merlin says the class is going to be studying spiders. Todd h...



  • Andrew Clements

    MEET JAKE DRAKE, KNOW-IT-ALL Jake Drake is excited about Despres Elementary School's first science fair. He wants to win the grand prize: a brand-new Hyper-Cross-Functional Bluntium Twelve computer system. And he really wants to beat the third-gra...



  • Daniel Pinkwater

    What's small and round and smells like knackwurst, and is very, very scary? The Werewolf Club is about to find out! After a stop at the Local Yokel Diner to eat jitterbugs (you don't want to know), the young werewolves are off to Basketball Hall, ...



  • Ellen Weiss

    Meet Hitty. She may be just a doll, but she has lived in many places and seen incredible things. Here is one of her adventures, as told by Hitty herself! Hitty's owner, Nell, lives on a plantation in the South. When a house slave named Sarina come...



  • Andrew Clements

    MEET JAKE DRAKE, TEACHER'S PET. Jake doesn't mean to be a teacher's pet. But somehow everything he does has his teachers singing his praises -- and his classmates rolling their eyes in disgust. Jake figures a little misbehavior should take care of h...



  • Ellen Weiss

    When Hitty the doll is taken by a young girl to California so that her family can take part in the Gold Rush, they quickly notice that there aren't many other children around and so have to take advantage of the few opportunities they can find for th...



  • Astrid Lindgren

    Young Maria shares the tales of her hometown and family adventures as she and her siblings travel to see their grandparents, play games around the house, and have spontaneous visits to their neighbors' homes. Original....



  • Andrew Clements

    Meet Jake Drake. He's ten years old and he already has a full-time job. Because that's how he treats school. Like it's a job. And his teachers are his bosses. Up until now -- fourth grade -- Jake has lucked out in the boss department. All of his tea...







  • Daniel Pinkwater

    Would you buy a used time machine from this man? Mr. Talbot has taken the Werewolf Club to London! Unfortunately, they made the trip in Uncle H. G. Talbot's unreliable time-and-space machine, and they've arrived in 1890 London -- where it might be...



  • Ellen Weiss

    Set in 1916, Hitty's owner is the daughter of a suffragist and so is able to witness up-close the political struggles involved in getting women their right to vote. Reader's Guide available. Simultaneous....



  • Elizabeth Levy

    Ready-for-Chapters Who's Got The Bunny? Fletcher's no ordinary basset hound. In the first place, his markings form a map of the world. In the second place, his best friend is...a flea. Fletcher and his flea pal, Jasper, have survived a lot togethe...



  • Deborah Hopkinson

    Westward Ho! Congress has ruled that settlers in Kansas Territory will decide whether Kansas will enter the Union as a free or a slave state. Charlie Keller's papa is an abolitionist, and he's moving the family to Kansas so he can cast his vote for...



  • Daniel Pinkwater

    LASSIE, GO HOME -- MUSH IS HERE! Now that Kelly Mangiaro's family has moved out of their apartment into a house, she figures her parents will finally let her get a dog. Instead, her mother gets a job, and Kelly gets a baby-sitter. Then Kelly comes ...



  • Ellen Weiss

    Meet Hitty. She may be just a doll, but she has lived in many places and seen incredible things. Here is one of her adventures, as told by Hitty herself! Hitty travels to Italy in style with a spoiled little rich girl, but soon falls into the han...



  • Hillary Homzie

    Double Trouble! Barton and Nancy Jamison are just regular kids. That is until alien clones land in their hometown of Pine Bluff. Now there are two Barts and two Nancys! BUT (and this is a really big butt) the alien clones, Beta and Gamma, have a tota...



  • Elizabeth Levy

    WARNING: Reading May Be Hazardous To Your Health The principal of Jill and Gwen's school promised to spend the morning on the roof if the kids read one thousand books during their reading marathon -- and they did! Now he's on the roof, and he's go...



  • Daniel Pinkwater

    Now that Mush -- the talking, cooking, educated dog from space -- is part of the Mangiaro household, Kelly wants to know more about the planet Growf-Woof-Woof, and how her dog came to Earth. When the two of them go on a picnic, (which Kelly prepares ...



  • Hillary Homzie

    In the doghouse Barton and Nancy are supposed to be minding the store -- the pet store, that is. But instead they're off trying to win tickets to see their favorite band, Woptic. So who's watching the animals? Their alien clones, Beta and Gamma, tha...







  • George Edward Stanley

    A Case That's Tougher To Crack Than An Oyster Shell. Everybody loves Mr. Roper. He gives kids free candy or ice cream when their parents shop at his grocery store. So when he's accused of selling stolen oysters, Mr. Merlin's Third-Grade Detectives do...



  • Elizabeth Levy

    Someone's trying to sabotage the masked ball for pets that's celebrating the opening of the new park in town, but in spite of evidence pointing to a young park ranger, Fletcher refuses to believe she's the culprit. Simultaneous....



  • Alice Dalgliesh

    In 1707, young Sarah Noble and her father traveled through the wilderness to build a new home for their family "Keep up your courage, Sarah Noble," her mother had said, but Sarah found that it was not always easy to feel brave inside. The dark woods ...



  • George Edward Stanley

    GREEN VEGETABLES AREN'T ALWAYS GOOD FOR YOU The new restaurant in town is a hit, but when several diners get sick, the Health Department threatens to shut the place down. And if the restaurant closes, Todd and Noelle's new friend, JoAnn, may have to ...



  • Ellen Conford

    MYSTERY! SUSPENSE! AND A SLOBBERING DOG NAMED BINKY? Finally! Annabel the Actress has been offered a real part in a real play. Now she'll be able to show the world her true talent! But a drooly canine for a costar, embarrassing pink bunny pajamas for...



  • Elizabeth Levy

    Elvis Lives! Jill and Gwen are excited about the pet talent show coming up at their school -- after all, this is the first year they've had a pet. The problem is, Fletcher's talents are pretty much limited to eating salami and sleeping. But when J...



  • George Edward Stanley

    IT'S A DIRTY SHAME! Misty's younger brother left her brand-new bike in the middle of the street, and a speeding car ran over it. Not only is the bike totally mangled, it's covered with ugly red dirt. Misty wants to find the driver, but she doesn't ha...




  • Elizabeth Shreeve

    Hector Fuller is a wumblebug. A more likeable bug you'll never find. But you'll also never find a wumblebug anywhere other than the pages of a book -- this book, to be exact. One morning Hector Fuller is playing the piano in his wumblebug hole, as c...



  • George Edward Stanley

    ATTACKED! Someone knocked out Todd and Noelle's friend Pops Verner, the night watchman at the department store, and stole his treasured pocket watch. He's pretty sure the robber is one of three men who work in the storeroom. But how can he figure ou...







  • Elizabeth Shreeve

    One night Hector falls asleep to the sound of rain rat-a-tat-tatting on the roof of his wumblebug hole. And even though the rain has been coming down for days, Hector is not worried. He's safe and snug. But then Hector wakes up to discover his hole ...



  • George Edward Stanley

    IT'S DO OR DIE FOR THE THIRD-GRADE DETECTIVES! Todd and Noelle are volunteering at a blood drive when they get shocking news: Both banks in town have been robbed! This may be the Third-Grade Detectives' most important case yet. The new police chief ...



  • Erik P. Kraft

    Lenny and Mel kick off their incredible summer vacation by doing something huge, something they haven't done since last summer: nothing. They loaf. They doze. They dig into the fridge and come up with new and exciting lunch foods. They're bored -- an...



  • George Edward Stanley

    Mr. Merlin’s Third Graders are known as the Third Grade Detectives—with some hints from secret code clues and help from Mr. Merlin’s friend, the police scientist Dr. Smiley, they help solve cases. Perfect for fans of the Hardy Boys! The Third-G...