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Thea Stilton and the legend of the fire flowers

When the Thea sisters travel to Hawaii to compete in an international hula festival, they discover the festival is located on the side of a volcano that is about to erupt.

We're not the champions

"Duke's cousin Coco, an elegant French bulldog from Paris, is coming to Barksdale Academy as an exchange student, and Duke is worried about what she will think about his often uncouth friends, the Underdogs. Coco joins Team Awesome for the K-2 exam where the Barksdale teams compete against a rival school, but it turns out that Coco has problems with the athletic events, and it is up to the Underdogs to rescue their school's reputation"--OCLC.

Kingdom hearts

chain of memories : the novel
"Sora, Donald, and Goofy have defeated Ansem and restored the world. But beyond the dark door--a door that had to be closed--Riku and King Mickey remain. And so the trio sets off again on a journey to find Riku and the king. As they progress through Castle Oblivion and encounter agents from the mysterious Organization XIII on the way, Sora and his friends begin losing their memories. What does it mean to hold something dear? And in the end, what path will Sora choose?"--Back cover.

Rubylicious

When she and her brother uncover a magic rock that will grant them one wish, Pinkalicious and Peter must think long and hard about what they want most in the whole wide world.

Minecraft

"Candance, Evan, Grace, Tobi, and Tyler continue their adventures in the world of Minecraft and find themselves stumbling upon a mysterious ruined portal"--Provided by publisher.

Dinosaur hour!

A graphic novel with facts about prehistory in which funny, fierce, and socially awkward dinosaurs battle for survival while dealing with friends, parents, and everyday difficulties.

What's the matter with Newton?

". . . Newton Warp is a mystery, even to himself: He wakes up one day in the library with no idea of who he is, how he got there, or where he came from. Newton is quickly assigned to a dorm and makes a friend: Shelly Ravenholt, who creates living, breathing monsters for fun. He's eager to find out who his family is, but this is high school after all, and he soon has other problems: Newton has to create a last-minute project for the Mad Science Fair and Shelly's friend Theremin (a robot) is really jealous of him. And that's not all: the other students at Franken-Sci High soon realize that Newton has a few useful, but surprising quirks. Wherever Newton came from, they start to suspect that he's not entirely human!"--Provided by publisher.

Stella D?az never gives up

"Stella gets a big surprise when her mom plans a trip to visit their family in Mexico! Stella loves marine animals, and she can't wait to see the ocean for the first time . . . until she arrives and learns that the sea and its life forms are in danger due to pollution. Stella wants to save the ocean, but she knows she can't do it alone. It's going to take a lot of work and help from old and new friends to make a difference, but Stella D?az never gives up"--Back cover.

Monsters among us!

"Newton Warp's friends notice he's being followed around by a strange new professor, Dr. Flubitus, but have no idea why. Newton wonders if it has something to do with the barcode on his foot. He doesn't have much time to dwell on it, though, because soon there are reports of a giant monster loose on campus! Shelly assumes a school for mad scientists would have top-notch security against monsters, nosy tourists, and other invaders, but soon she and her friends Newton and Theremin discover a gaping loophole in the system. If a marauding monster can find its way to the school's secret location in the Bermuda Triangle and figure out how to open a portal to the campus, anyone else could get in, too! Then Shelly finds out she might be the reason the monster is there in the first place..."--Provided by publisher.

Tiny Titans

Young superheroes Raven and Beast Boy go on several adventures.

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