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Chet Gecko has always loved a good mystery. Like how do you squeeze ketchup into those little plastic packets? And, who put the boom in Shaka-laka-boom-boom? If there is a mystery to be solved, Chet's the one to do it. Who is he? Chet Gecko - Private Eye, the lizard from the fourth grade at Emerson Hickey Elementary.Show more
The Canary Caper C is for Canary...Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose get an urgent call from Mrs. Davis. Her canary is missing! The little bird has vanished without a trace, and he's not the only one. Two other pets are missing. The kids suspect a pet-napper, and now that Ruth Rose's cat, Tiger, has turned up missing too, it's become personal!Show more
These chapter books introduce beginning readers to the detective mystery genre. Perfect for the Common Core, kids can problem-solve with Nate, using logical thinking to solve mysteries! Early one morning, a torn slip of paper with the mysterious letters V I T A appears on Nate the Great's doorstep. He and his faithful dog, Sludge, set off to solve this latest mystery. Against ferocious cats, hostile adversaries, and a sly, phony clue -- not to mention a three o'clock deadline -- Nate struggles to prove, once again, that he is Nate the Great.Show more
Fall is Mr. Putter and Tabby's favorite time of year-a time to harvest juicy fruits and feast on baked goodies. But this year it's not going to be so easy. Old age is making Mr. Putter's legs, knees, and feet ... cranky. Even his cat Tabby suffers from a cranky tail. But that won't stop them! Mr. Putter comes up with a zingy way to pick the pears. And thanks to Mrs. Teaberry and her good dog Zeke, he and Tabby are showered with loads of yummy apple treats, but no pears--so no pear jelly. Can Mr. Putter will find a way to get pear jelly after all? This Newbery Medal honoree and her characters in the Mr. Putter & Tabby series offer valuable lessons, such as the importance of never giving up, using your imagination, and trusting your friends. To the delight of listeners, John McDonough's warm voice brings these charming characters to life.Show more
Charise Mericle Harper begins a promising new series starring Grace Stewart: lover of comics, cats, and lists (not necessarily in that order). She's unlucky enough to live next door to weird teacher Mrs. Luther. But when Mrs. Luther's beloved cat becomes afraid of its owner after an unfortunate incident, Grace hatches a plot to make her neighbor feel better.Show more
Link Farris found Chum in a ditch by his farm with a badly broken leg. Link nursed the dog back to health and Chum became his inseparable companion, even to protecting him from robbers and helping him herd the farm animals. When Link realized how beautiful Chum was, he decided to show him in a dog show, and the mystery of Chum's real ownership came to light and the battle for him began. AUTHOR Albert Payson Terhune (1872 - 1942) was born in Newark, New Jersey, the son of two writers, his Father also a prominent minister. Terhune had great success in two endeavors, writing and dog breeding. Originally a journalist, Terhune turned his family's summer home into a successful Collie breeding Kennel and devoted himself to writing fiction, mostly dog-themed. "Show more
Learn about the water cycle in these easy-to-read books. The water cycle's processes of percipitation, evaporation, and water vapor are explained with simple text and matching illustrations. A science activity, fun facts section, glossary, and index aid students in learning about the wild water cycle happening around them. Special thanks to content consultant Raymond Hozalski Ph.D.Show more
The Barnyard Buddies illustrated nonfiction book In the Cattle Yard teaches young readers about a day in the life of cattle. Young readers will find out how they are born, what they eat, and how they help people! Easy-to-read text combines with colorful illustrations to provide entertainment and facts for even the youngest audience.Show more
Learn about rocks in these easy-to-read books. Minerals, igneous rocks, sedimentary rocks, and metamorphic rocks are explained with simple text and matching illustrations. A science activity, fun facts section, glossary, and index aid students in learning about the rocks around them. Special thanks to content consultant Daniel V. Sola professional geologist.Show more
The Barnyard Buddies illustrated nonfiction book In the Horse Stall teaches young readers about a day in of a horse. Young readers will find out how they are born, what they eat, and how they help people! Easy-to-read text combines with colorful illustrations to provide entertainment and facts for even the youngest audience.Show more
Nine-year-old Hong isn't going to let his trip to England's Jurassic Coast go to waste. About 200 million years ago, a large sea covered the land and Hong is sure it now contains some dinosaur fossils. He's right, and it leads to the discovery of the skeleton of a huge sea reptile called Ichthyosaurus!Show more
The Barnyard Buddies illustrated nonfiction book On the Duck Pond teaches young readers about a day in the life of a duck. Young readers will find out how they hatch, what they eat, and how they help people! Easy-to-read text combines with colorful illustrations to provide entertainment and facts for even the youngest audience.Show more
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