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Woozles Bookshelf

The Woozles Bookshelf contains a growing collection of our favourite Titles organized by category. See New Stock for a sneak preview of new books (from the latest Woozles Newsletter) that will appear on our shelves over the next few months.

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Middle Readers

100 Cupboards by N.D. Wilson


When his parents are kidnapped on a biking expedition in South America, city boy Henry finds himself facing a long, dreary summer with unfamiliar relatives. Things take a turn for the eerie when Henry finds that under a plasteredover wall lurk 100 mysterious cupboards, each a portal to a different world. Learning to use and control the powerful magic requires the help of an unexpected ally, and Henry soon realizes that his summer will be anything but boring. [$7.99]
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11 Birthdays by Wendy Mass


In what seems like an homage to 'Groundhog Day', Amanda must relive her terrible 11th birthday until she gets it right. [$8.99]
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A Whole Nother Story by Dr. Cuthbert Soup


The story of Mr. Cheeseman, his three relatively odor-free children, a psychic hairless dog and a sock puppet named Steve who are all on the run together. [$10.99]
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Atticus Claw Breaks the Law by Jennifer Gray


Atticus Claw, the world's greatest cat burglar, has just received a summons for a new mission; steal all the jewels in town and leave the humans baffled. But when Atticus unexpectedly moves in with a nice family, he starts to wonder whether he wants to baffle the humans after all. [$9.99]
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Billionaire Boy by David Walliams


Twelve-year-old Joe should be just about the happiest kid ever...because he is rich beyond his wildest dreams and has everything he could possibly want. Except for one thing: a friend. [$9.99]
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Bliss by Kathryn Littlewood


A truly delicious tale of the Bliss family and the Bliss Cookery Booke, a book of enchanted recipes. A book that is supposed to be hidden when their parents are away. But what harm can it do to experiment with just one or two recipes, the children wonder? [$8.99]
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Bone Prequel: Rose by Jeff Smith, illustrated by Charles Vess


Delve into the beginnings of the Bone saga in this story of how Princess Rose confronts an evil dragon while Princess Briar embarks on a darker path. [$13.99]
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Cabinet of Wonders by Marie Rutkoski


This startling debut is about the risks we take to protect those we love, and the magic, political intrigue and heroism some find along the way. [$8.99]
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Century #1: Ring of Fire by Pierdominico Baccalaria


A bizarre mix-up of reservations leads four kids from four different countries to the same hotel room in Rome. In addition, all four share the same birthday: February 29th. Strange occurrences continue, leading them on a search for a powerful ancient object called the Ring of Fire. [$9.99]
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Charlotte's Web by E.B. White


While gently guiding the reader through the uncompromising truth of nature and the hardship of sacrifice, this book beautifully illustrates the facets of love and friendship. I have never forgotten it. [$9.99]
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Dani Noir by Nova Ren Suma


Dani Callanzano is thirteen going on miserable. Her only escape from life is the little art movie theatre where she soaks in old black and white films...and where she finds a film noir mystery of her own. [$8.99]
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Darkwing by Kenneth Oppel


A prequel to the Silverwing trilogy, this book takes place 65 million years ago when Dusk, a young chiropter, discovers the ability to fly. Using this newly-discovered gift, Dusk is ultimately able to save his colony from certain destruction, and provides a backdrop for the bat tales that follow. [$14.99]
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Dear George Clooney Please Marry My Mom by Susin Nielsen


Violet and her friend Phoebe have decided to take matters into their own hands. If Violet's mom can't pick a decent man, they will help her snag George Clooney! [$12.99]
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Dragonborn by Toby Forward


Young Sam and his dragon must set out on a quest for a new master. But when Sam is tricked by those who know of his great power, only his dragon can help him. [$9.00]
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Elijah of Buxton by Christopher Paul Curtis


This multi-award winning book tells the story of the first free-born child in the rural Ontario settlement of Buxton. But when young Elijah journeys to America to help a neighbour, he comes face-to-face with the unspeakable horrors of the world that his parents left behind. [$8.99]
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Emerald Atlas by John Stephens


Three children who have spent all of their lives bouncing from one orphanage to another find themselves in a rundown old mansion with a strange old man. There they stumble upon a green book which transports them back in time, marking the start of a wondrous adventure. [$8.99]
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Every Soul a Star by Wendy Mass


This is a profoundly moving story of three girls whose lives are all affected in different and surprising ways by their shared experience of a solar eclipse. As the point of view alternates between the three, we witness their individual and collective transformations. [$8.99]
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Eye of the Storm by Kate Messner


Living in a world where huge tornadoes are the norm, Jaden Meggs attends her father's exclusive science camp where she and a new friend learn the truth about her dad's weather research. [$7.99]
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Facing the Mountain by Wendy Orr


Raven is thrilled to be going on a trek with her sister and new stepfather. But when an earthquake separates her from her family, she must find her way and find the courage to carry on. [$7.99]
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Floors by Patrick Carman


Discover the Whippet Hotel, a place full of wackiness. And ducks. Oh yes, and secrets. Leo Fillmore, the janitor's son, knows many of the Whippet's secrets but when four strange boxes are left for him he soon finds himself embroiled in mystery. [$7.99]
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Fourth Stall by Chris Rylander


Do you need something? Mac can get it for you. It's what he does. That is, until one particular Monday. In this funny mash-up of The Godfather meets DeGrassi Jr. High, Mac soon realizes that the trouble with solving everyone else's problems is that there's no one left to solve your own. [$7.99]
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Gangsta Granny by David Walliams


Displaying his typical playfulness and wit, Walliams' latest work is about Ben who is sent to stay with his boring grandma. Of course, little does he know that she was once an international jewel thief. [$9.99]
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Goblin Secrets by William Alexander


This National Book Award winner features a witch with clockwork chicken legs who moves her house around and takes in stray children. One of these is Rownie who joins a troupe of theatrical goblins in an effort to find his older brother in this poetic and highly imaginative fantasy. [$7.99]
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Highway Cats by Janet Taylor Lisle


This is a sweet and charming story of three kittens that find their way into the midst of a colony of feral cats who are struggling to deal with the looming threat of the demolition of their homes. [$8.50]
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House of Many Ways by Diana Wynne Jones


While looking after her Great Uncle William's 'unusual' cottage, Charmain finds herself dealing with any number of unexpected situations whenever she opens the house's single magical door in this sequel to Howl's Moving Castle. [$9.99]
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Ida B....And Her Plans to Maximize Fun, Avoid Disaster, & (Possibly) Save the World by Katherine Hannigan


Ida B. is an unforgettable little girl whose life with her parents on their beautiful farm is filled with love and goodness. But can Ida B. find the strength within her irrepressible spirit to prevail when life throws some challenges her way? For ages 8-12. [$6.50]
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If You're Reading This, It's Too Late by Pseudonymous Bosch


When Cass and Max-Ernest find themselves at the Museum of Magic they are soon swept away in a series of adventures involving a Sound Prism, the evil Lord Pharaoh and a homunculus who just may hold the key to their quest. This is the action-packed sequel to The Name of This Book is Secret which is coming out in paperback for $6.99.
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Infinity Ring Book 1: A Mutiny in Time by James Dashner


Best friends Dak and Sera stumble upon something strange. It turns out to be a key to time travel...and it turns out that history has been swept way off course. It's up to them to set things straight. Their first stop? Spain, 1492, where a fellow named Christopher Columbus is about to be thrown overboard... [$17.99]
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Inside Out & Back Again by Thianhha Lai


This exquisite novel-in-verse, winner of numerous awards, tells the story of ten year old Ha whose joyous life in Saigon is forever changed by the Vietnam War which forces her family to flee to America, a world so unlike her own. A poignant, heartfelt tale. [$8.99]
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Journey to the River Sea by Eva Ibbotson


Maia is an orphan who cannot wait to reach her distant relatives a thousand miles up the Amazon. While she imagines a loving family with whom she will share great adventures, she finds instead two spiteful cousins who view the jungle as the enemy and refuse to go outdoors. But the wonders of the rain forest more than make up for the hideous Carters...
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Junonia by Kevin Henkes


It seems somehow perfect that Alice Rice is going to get to celebrate her tenth birthday at the cottage, surrounded by all the people she has grown to love. But when things seem to keep changing she wonders if her birthday will be special after all. [$7.99]
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Kindred Souls by Patricia MacLachlan


From this beloved author comes the story of a boy and his grandfather. A heartwarming tale of the things we do for the ones we love and the things we must do to let each other go. [$19.99]
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Liesl & Po by Lauren Oliver


This is a magical tale of a girl who has been locked in an attic by her stepmother. And a ghost named Po. Also, a boy named Will who is an alchemist's apprentice. It is a story of lost magic, of journeys and of friendship. And of finding where you belong. [$18.99]
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Lost on Brier Island by Jo Ann Yhard


After the death of her twin brother, 14 year-old Alex is sent to Brier Island. Angry, isolated and wrought with guilt, she encounters a troubled young whale. Through this unexpected new bond and set against a beautiful backdrop, Alex finds redemption and finds her way. [$10.95]
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Masterpiece by Elise Broach


Marvin is a beetle. James is a boy. Who would expect them to become friends, let alone accomplices. This fast-paced mystery will have readers at the edge of their seats! [$10.25]
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Moon Over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool


Setting out to uncover the truth about her father's boyhood, Abilene jumps off a train in Manifest, Kansas. She discovers much more than the secrets of one man; she uncovers the secrets of the town. Winner of the 2011 Newbery Medal. [$14.99]
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Museum of Thieves by Lian Tanner


In a world where the Blessed Guardians control all, a girl runs away and finds herself at the Museum where she learns the terrible truth about the Guardians and their plans. It seems she will need to use her talent for thieving to thwart them. [$8.99]
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Nature Girl by Jane Kelley


When eleven-year-old Megan finds herself lost on the Appalachian Trail, she decides to just hike to Massachusetts where her best friend is. What follows is an oftentimes hilarious account of her mishaps and adventures. [$7.99]
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No Moon by Irene N. Watts


This retelling of the tragedy of the Titanic is from the point of view of Louisa, a young nursemaid who feels that the whole ordeal is her fault. [$14.99]
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Noah Barleywater Runs Away by John Boyne


When Noah decides to run away rather than face his problems, he encounters an unusual toymaker who has a story to tell...one that promises to change Noah's life forever. [$8.99]
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One Dog & His Boy by Eva Ibbotson


All Hal had ever wanted was a dog. When he is told that he is allowed to pick one out at a rent-a-pet agency he is over the moon. What he doesn't realize is that, come Monday, the dog must go back. If dog and boy are going to stay together, they're going to have to run away. [$17.99]
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Outlaw in India by Philip Roy


The fifth volume in the Submarine Outlaw series in which Alfred and his 'crew' set sail to India. After a near-fatal encounter, Alfred befriends a ten-year-old homeless, illiterate but highly intelligent boy. Through this new friendship, he is able to see the country through the eyes of an 'untouchable' and witness the joys and sorrows of an ancient country. [$11.95]
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Reckless by Cornelia Funke


For years, Jacob Reckless has been secretly disappearing to the world behind the mirror. Jacob's secret seems safe, until the day his younger brother Will follows him... [$24.99]
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River Odyssey by Philip Roy


In the third volume of the Submarine Outlaw series, Alfred travels up the dark and wilful St. Lawrence in search of his father. As always, he encounters dangers, ghostly shipwrecks and a little bad luck. But is the quest worth the danger? [$10.95]
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Savvy by Ingrid Law


This Newbery award winner is about the Beaumont family. At the age of thirteen, the family members discover what their 'savvy' is. One sibling is able to cause hurricanes, another creates electricity, leaving Mibs wondering just what her special power will be. [$9.99]
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Scat by Carl Hiaasen


Nick and Marta just don't believe that a teacher's disappearance after a field trip is due to a 'family emergency' and they are determined to uncover the truth in Hiaasen's latest romp. [$8.99]
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Scones and Sensibility by Lindsay Eland


A girl working in her parentís bakery tries to play matchmaker in the hopes of injecting some romance into the lives of those around her. Inspired by her favourite books, Pride and Prejudice and Anne of Green Gables, Polly learns that there is more to love than she thought.
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Scumble by Ingrid Law


In this companion to Savvy, Mibs' cousin Ledge turns thirteen and discovers that his savvy (or special ability) is making things fall apart. To make matters worse, someone has spotted his savvy in action so Ledge must come to terms with this ability and figure out how to protect the secret. [$9.50]
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Secret Letters From 0-10 by Susie Morgenstern


Ten-year-old Ernest and his grandmother lead a flat, colourless life. Every day is more or less the same for them, until one day a new girl appears at school. Nothing is the same after Victoria (and her thirteen brothers) enters their lives!
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Secrets at Sea by Richard Peck, illustrated by Kelly Murphy


Set on a grand cruise ship to England in 1887, this is a charming story of a family of mice stowaways. [$8.99]
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Ten Thousand Truths by Susan White


Rachel is trouble. That's what people say when she's kicked out of her latest home. The only place left is a last resort for kids like her: a farm in the middle of nowhere run by a disfigured recluse. Surprisingly, Rachel settles into life at the farm until a letter arrives for her and she realizes that you can't hide from your past, or your future. [$12.95]
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That Boy Red by Rachna Gilmore


This Depression-era story set in Prince Edward Island features a spirited young boy who spends his days immersed in the daily operations of his family farm and getting into mischief at the local school where his older sister teaches. Then his father is hurt and Red must step up and help his family pull through this difficult time. [$11.99]
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The Accidental Hero by Matt Myklusch


Jack Blank lives in an unfortunate, dreary and sinking orphanage. Nothing exciting ever happens. That is, until he receives two visitors that will change his life forever. [$7.99]
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The Billionaire's Curse by Richard Newsome


A fast-paced tale of murder, larceny, ancient artifacts and the three friends caught in the midst of it all. And money. Lots and lots of money. [$9.99]
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The Blue Shoe by Roderick Townley


This is the quirky, fairytale-like story of Hap, the cobbler's assistant, who is banished to the dreaded Mount Xexnax when a jewel goes missing from a magnificent blue shoe. [$7.99]
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The Breadwinner by Deborah Ellis


Eleven-year-old Parvana lives with her family in one room of a bombed-out apartment building in Kabul. When her father is arrested for having a foreign education, Parvana must transform herself into a boy to earn money and provide her family with food. This is the first book in the Breadwinner Trilogy.
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The Calder Game by Blue Balliett


Two Calders have gone missing. One is a sculpture. One is a boy. Calders' friends must fly to England where they endure twists and turns, mazes and mystery as they try to find their friend. [$9.99]
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The Dancing Pancake by Eileen Spinelli, illustrated by Joanne Lew-Vriethoff


On the heels of a separation, 11 year-old Bindie, her mom and her aunt decide to start fresh and open a restaurant. Business is hard and so are the feelings Bindie is having about her changing family. [$7.99]
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The Danger Box by Blue Balliett


Once again, Blue Balliett brings readers an engaging mystery that explores aspects of art, history and science as Zoemy and his new friend Lorrol try to determine the secrets of a mysterious notebook. [$8.99]
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The Dread Crew: Pirates of the Backwoods by Kate Inglis


When a young boy in rural Nova Scotia begins finding evidence of pirates, he does his best to track them. However, as it happens, his next-door neighbour Grampa Joe knows a lot more about this fearsome, junk-seeking crew than anyone might have imagined!
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The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate by Jacqueline Kelly


Callie is a charming and feisty young protagonist whose innate curiosity and interest in the natural world around her lead to interesting adventures while she manages to cope with the hazards of having six brothers to deal with. This is a heartwarming Newbery Honor winning title.
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The Fantastic Secret of Owen Jester by Barbara O'Connor


Owen Jesterís summer begins to look much more promising when something falls off a train and he is the one who finds it. [$7.99]
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The Flying Beaver Brothers & The Evil Penguin Plan by Maxwell Eaton


A hilarious new graphic novel series about two Beaver brothers who will save the planet (or at least Beaver Island)! [$14.99]
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The Fossil Hunter of Sydney Mines by Jo Ann Yhard


Thirteen-year-old Grace and her friends are faced with a daunting mystery when Grace receives a strange note about her father's death, setting off a chain of events that sees the four of them turning into detectives to solve the mystery behind his suspicious accident. A fast-paced mystery with lots of cliffhangers!
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The Giant Slayer by Iain Lawrence


In the spring of 1955, Laurie's friend Dickie contracts polio. Hospital life is grim so Laurie entertains Dickie by making up fantastical stories. This story is so powerful that, when she's prevented from continuing, everyone pitches in to help finish it. And the ending changes their lives in startling ways. [$7.99]
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The Glory Wind by Valerie Sherrard


Grace is unlike anyone Luke has ever met - fun, charming, imaginative and full of life. But when the truth about her mother's past challenges local small-town values, Luke finds himself caught up in a whirlwind of confusion and controversy.
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The Grave Robber's Apprentice by Allan Stratton


Shortlisted for the Governor General's Award, this rollicking fairy-tale fantasy tells of Hans and Angela and their exhilarating quest to rescue Angela's parents and determine Han's true identity, all while they traverse a finely-crafted world. [$9.99]
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The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman


A wonderful novel about the adventures of a boy raised by ghosts, werewolves and other characters one finds in a graveyard. [$10.50]
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The Heroes of Olympus by Rick Riordan


This first book in a brand new series returns to the world of Camp Half- Blood where a new group of heroes will inherit a quest. [$18.99]
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The Higher Power of Lucky by Susan Patron


This is a story about a fiesty, utterly winsome young girl named Lucky who is afraid that her homesick guardian Brigitte is going to leave her to return to her native France. Lucky hopes that maybe if she can find her Higher Power everything will work out right. [$7.99]
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The Humming Room by Ellen Potter


Inspired by The Secret Garden, this is another tale that features a garden, but it is a garden with a tragic secret. When Roo goes to live with her uncle on an island that was once a tuberculosis sanatorium, she becomes determined to get to the heart of its many secrets. [$7.99]
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The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place by Maryrose Wood


It is sometimes said of misbehaved children 'they must have been raised by wolves'. Well, the Incorrigible Children actually were. Luckily, Miss Penelope Lumsley is no ordinary governess. She teaches them many interesting things...and solves a few mysteries too.
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The Invisible Rules of the Zoe Lama by Tish Cohen


Zoe Costello is the small but mighty protagonist of two books by Tish Cohen, who acts as peacekeeper of the playground and go-to gal at home. Her invisible rules will have you well-prepared for all of life's surprises. But when a new girl arrives at school and Zoe is determined to help her fit in, things don't go according to her plans...
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The Last Olympian: Percy Jackson & the Olympians, Book Five by Rick Riordan


This fifth and final volume in the series reveals the highly-anticipated prophecy surrounding Percy's sixteenth birthday while the battle for civilization continues. [$22.99]
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The Metro Dogs of Moscow by Rachelle Delaney


When JR, the embassy dog, and his human find themselves at the Canadian Embassy in Moscow, JR decides to do his own exploring. But when his canine friends start disappearing, he decides to get to the bottom of things. [$12.99]
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The Mighty Miss Malone by Christopher Paul Curtis


Telling the story of a favourite character from Curtis's earlier book Bud, Not Buddy, this book is about Deza Malone and her close-knit family who are trying to get by and continue their 'journey to a place called Wonderful' during the Great Depression. [$8.99]
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The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo


This is the story of Edward Tulane, a vain and selfish china rabbit who was cared for by a little girl named Abilene until one fateful day when he is accidentally tossed overboard a ship cruiser. So begins the rabbit's real adventure, and his journey towards learning real love and kindness.
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The Mother-Daughter Book Club by Heather Vogel Frederick


Four sixth-grade girls discover that their mothers have signed them up for a book club. Through the reading of Little Women, the girls gain insights which help them through the day-today happenings of middle school and also grow closer through the experience. A delightful book set in Louisa May Alcott's hometown, it may inspire readings of Little Women. [$6.99]
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The Name of This Book is Secret by Pseudonymous Bosch


From its initial warning not to read past the first page, this book draws you into an intricate web of mind-bending riddles, curious coincidences and dastardly plots. A mysterious narrator details the discoveries of two young heroes as they unravel the secrets of the book's sinister villains. Perfect for fans of Lemony Snicket or Blue Balliett's Chasing Vermeer. [$6.99]
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The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate


Ivan is a gorilla. Most of his days at his home at the Exit 8 Big Top Mall & Video Arcade are spent doing very little, occasionally drawing the odd banana. Then Ruby arrives. Ruby, a small elephant taken from her family and thrust into the cage beside Ivan's, makes him see the truth and want to spell it out...in crayon. [$10.99]
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The Owl Keeper by Christine Brodien-Jones


Max misses his Gran and all the stories she used to tell him about the world before the Destruction. His favorite was the story of the Owl Keeper. But now that Gran is gone, so are her books and tales of the world as it once was. Then a mysterious girl comes to town...
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The Penderwicks by Jeanne Birdsall


A sweet, gentle tale of four sisters who spend an idyllic and adventuresome summer in a cottage on the grounds of a posh English mansion, this is a delightfully old-fashioned and marvelously winsome story. [$7.99]
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The Penderwicks at Point Mouette by Jeanne Birdsall


The beloved Penderwick sisters are back to continue their unforgettable adventures in a story filled with laughs and joyful tears. [$18.99]
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The Present Tense of Prinny Murphy by Jill MacLean


When a thoughtful substitute teacher introduces Prinny to a book that touches her in a special way, it marks a turning point for her at a time when lots of other things in her life are feeling especially grim. [$11.95]
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The Romeo & Juliet Code by Phoebe Stone


When Felicity's parents leave her with relatives, she feels surrounded by secrets. Like what is Uncle Gideon hiding and why won't Derek come out of his room? Where are her parents and when will they return? And why are they sending coded messages to Gideon? [$7.99]
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The Search for Wondla by Tony Diterlizzi


From the creator of the Spiderwick Chronicles comes a tale of Eva Nini, alone in a strange land she calls 'Wondla', desperately searching for anyone else like her. [$19.99]
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The Secret Life of Ms. Finkleman by Ben H. Winters


Bethesda Fielding is certain that her shy, quiet teacher has a secret. Could it be that Ms. Finkleman was a rock star?! Soon the entire school gets involved in the planning of a giant rock concert. But is there still more to the mystery of Ms. Finkleman? [$6.99]
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The Secret Spiral by Gillian Neimark


Flor Bernoulli never imagines the adventures that await her when she stops at the Sky High Pie Shop one day. There she learns that the shop owner, Dr. Pi, is an ancient wizard who is in charge of a special fire and of everything in the world that is spiralshaped. And he just happens to be a wizard in need of some help. [$6.99]
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The Sixty-Eight Rooms by Marianne Malone


Deep inside the Chicago Art Institute, there is a collection of 68 exquisitely crafted miniature rooms. Some even claim they are magic... [$7.99]
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The Underneath by Kathi Appelt


An abandoned calico cat befriends a chained up hound dog and they soon become an unlikely family in this sweet tale about the power of love and the fragility of happiness. [$8.99]
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The Whole Truth by Kit Pearson


Two sisters go to live with their grandmother in BC. Although they revel in the joys of new-found family and friends, a shocking secret jeopardizes all that they have come to love. [$19.99]
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The Willoughbys by Lois Lowry


The author of The Giver and Number the Stars is back with a rather Lemony Snicket-esque book about four siblings avoiding an evil plan hatched by unlikely characters: their own parents. [$8.99]
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To Come and Go Like Magic by Katie Pickard Fawcett


Chili Sue Mahoney is weary of her poor little Kentucky town and longs to see the world so she is delighted when Miss Matlock returns to Mercy Hill as the new seventh grade substitute. As Chili spends time listening to Miss Matlock's grand tales of other parts of the world she comes to develop a new appreciation for the wonders of her own home. [$7.99]
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Touch Blue by Cythia Lord


When the state of Maine plans to shut down an island's schoolhouse, the residents come up with a plan to increase the number of students: the families will all take in foster children. That is how Tess and her family end up taking in Aaron. [$7.99]
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True... (Sort Of) by Katherine Hannigan


This is a quiet and beautiful novel of friendship, growing up and the power of words. Delly is afraid that it just might be true: that she is a bad kid. Meanwhile, Ferris doesn't speak. Yet these two find each other and become friends. [$7.99]
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Tumbleweed Skies by Valerie Sherrard


While her father takes a temporary job as a traveling salesman, Ellie has no choice but to stay at her grandmother's farm in Saskatchewan. One thing is for sure - her tough and bitter Grandma Acklebee is the last person in the world Ellie wants to know. And the feeling is mutual.
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Tumtum and Nutmeg: the First Adventure by Emily Bearn


Tumtum and Nutmeg live in Nutmouse Hall, a stately home in the broom cupboard of Rose Cottage, where Arthur and Rose live. This first book in the series recounts the daring adventures of these two helpful mice.
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Twice Upon a Time #1, Rapunzel: The One With All the Hair by Wendy Mass


From acclaimed author Wendy Mass comes this fresh and funny retelling of a classic tale. [$7.99]
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Walls Within Walls by Maureen Sherry


When the Smithfork family moves into a posh new Manhattan home the children are less than pleased. Until they begin to find clues embedded throughout their new home, leading them on a grand adventure. [$7.99]
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War Games by Audrey Couloumbis & Akila Couloumbis


Set in Greece during World War II, this is the story of one boy's struggle to find a way to make a difference in a world that has been turned completely upside down by war when the Germans invade Greece. [$7.99]
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What Happened on Fox Street by Tricia Springstubb


For fans of The Penderwicks, this is a charming and sweet story about a spirited young girl and her summer full of surprises. [$6.99]
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When You Reach Me by Rebecca Stead


When Miranda's best friend Sal gets punched one day for no apparent reason, strange things begin to happen. First, Sal completely shuts her out of his life. Then Miranda starts receiving mysterious notes about the future. And her spare apartment key is stolen. She is also caught up in the book A Wrinkle in Time and is trying to sort out the secrets of time travel at the same time as she is trying to process the mysteries of her very own world.
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Wildwood by Colin Meloy


In this thrilling adventure, by the lead singer of the Decemberists, an ordinary little girl finds herself in the midst of an extraordinary series of events when her brother is kidnapped by a flock of crows and she must rescue him from the Impassable Wilderness. [$18.99]
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Word Nerd by Susin Nielsen


When Ambrose is nearly killed by bullies and a peanut, he is forced to stay at home where he befriends Cosmos, his new scrabble partner. Both are great at scrabble, but one learned the game playing with his mom while the other honed his skills in jail. [$14.99]
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Words That Start With B by Vikki VanSickle


Itís turning out to be a year full of surprises for Clarissa Delaney, one that will have you laughing through your tears. [$8.99]
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Young Fredle by Cynthia Voigt


An absolute treat for anyone who has ever dreamt of a world bigger than their own. [$7.99]
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