Twelve-year-old Alice Mayfair is keeping a huge secret – she’s not human. But who is she? In order to answer this question, she does some digging in her past. She plans to travel to New York City to find the answers she’s looking for – but will she find it?
P.T. Wilkie loves living in a motel! He eats ice cream by the pool all day long, has a snack machine in his living room, and he has a giant alligator as a pet. The only thing the motel doesn’t have, though, is customers. If there aren’t any customers, then it will have to be closed, and P.T. could lose his home for good! Will he be able to save it before everything he loves goes down the tubes?
Sara Johnston-Fischer’s summer plans are cancelled when she finds out that she is going on a cross country train trip with her two sisters, one of their boyfriends and her two moms. It’s not what she had in mind, but it could be fun, right? Read This Would Make a Good Story Someday to find out what Sara’s summer has in store!
In book two of the Book Scavenger series, Emily and James are excited to crack all the mysterious codes that Mr. Quisling throws at them. They find his coded note and then uncover a bunch of encrypted messages in books by Mark Twin. Will they be able to crack them all?
This sequel to The Misadventures of Max Crumbly: Locker Hero picks up where the last book left off: Max had just escaped his locker after being stuffed there for a long three day weekend, surrounded by three criminals. Will he be a hero and save his middle school or a failure and let everyone down?
Perry’s mom is an inmate at Blue River Co-Ed Correctional Facility in Surprise, Nebraska. He was born and raised there, and he knows all the rules and all the inmates. The new district attorney, however, finds out about Perry’s living arrangements, and forces Perry to live “on the outside” in a foster home. Perry is determined to find answers about his mom’s crime and discover the truth about why she’s really behind bars.
Fourth grader Moxie McCoy is a confident detective who is determined to catch whoever stole her school mascot, Eddie the Owl. Usually, she works together with her best friend who has recently moved away. She calls on her little brother Milton instead, and together the two of them interview Moxie’s classmates, who are all potential suspects. Can the two rival siblings come together and solve the case?
Thanks to School Library Journal for a review copy of this book.