Judy Moody, Tooth Fairy

"When Judy and her friends overhear an older student saying there's no such thing as the Tooth Fairy, Judy plans to test the theory herself"--OCLC.


A graphic novel adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragedy about a Danish prince who seeks vengeance for his father's murder after being visited by his ghost.

Scooby-Doo! stage fright

a junior novelization
Join Scooby-Doo, Shaggy and the Mystery Inc. crew as they head to Chicago for a talent show, some museum tours and pizza! The windy city is home to the hit TV show "Talent Star" in which songwriting duo Fred and Daphne are finalists with some high hopes. Not to be left out, Scooby and Shaggy have a secret act in the works, which they are betting will take the contest by storm.

The crown of Columbus

The adventures of a pair of mismatched lovers and their quest for the truth about Christopher Columbus.

Murder among the stars

a Lulu Kelly mystery
Lulu is at Hearst Castle, competing for the role of a lifetime, when a rival actress is found dead and Lulu and Freddie must race to find the killer before Lulu becomes the next target.

Super-duper librarian

When Katie's parents take her to the library one rainy Saturday, she finds a lot of her friends and, with the help of librarian Miss Bliss, takes home some "super-duper" books. Includes glossary, discussion questions, and an interview.

Super-villain ghost scare!

There are a bunch of new, spooky bad guys in town, and it's up to the Flash to catch them.

Countdown to trouble

A collection of three Judy Moody stories.

A boy named Isamu

a story of Isamu Noguchi
This book imagines a day in the boyhood of Japanese American artist, Isamu Noguchi, while wandering through an outdoor market, through the forest, and then by the ocean, seeing things Isamu sees through the eyes of a young artist.

Etty Darwin and the four pebble problem

"Etty loves make-believe. Her dad loves science. Etty believes in fairies. Her dad would need to see some proof that they exist. But they both love nature, conversation and each other. A gorgeous rumination on belief and imagination featuring Henrietta (Etty) Darwin and her famous father, Charles. Etty went on to become a valued and keen editor of Charles's work and a thoughtful and intellectual being in her own right. This imagined conversation between Etty and Charles as they stroll around Charles's real-life 'thinking track' explores their close relationship and shows that even science is nothing without an open mind and imagination"--From the publisher's web site.


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