Mary Pope Osborne - Juvenile Fiction - 1996 - 70 pages
The magic treehouse takes Jack and Annie to a moon base in the future where they continue to search for the fourth thing they need to free their friend Morgan from the magician's spell.
Roald Dahl - Juvenile Fiction - 1998 - 208 pages
Kidsnatched from her orphanage by a BFG (Big Friendly Giant), who spends his life blowing happy dreams to children, Sophie concocts with him a plan to save the world from nine other man-gobbling cannybull giants.
Eoin Colfer - Fairies - 2003 - 335 pages
In order to free his father from the Russian Mafiya, Artemis must join forces with the fairy police and his familiar nemesis, Captain Holly Short.
Andrew Clements - Juvenile Fiction - 2004 - 173 pages
Fifth-grader Nora Rowley has always hidden the fact that she is a genius from everyone because all she wants is to be normal, but when she comes up with a plan to prove that grades are not important, things begin to get out of control.
Lemony Snicket - Juvenile Fiction - 1999 - 176 pages
Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire are intelligent children. They are charming, and resourceful, and have pleasant facial features. Unfortunately, they are exceptionally unlucky. In the first two books alone, the three youngsters encounter a ...
Daisy Meadows - Juvenile Fiction - 2007 - 65 pages
After Jack Frost steals the seven jewels from Queen Titania's crown, India needs to recover the magic moonstone quickly before everyone's dreams turn into nightmares.
Jeff Kinney - Juvenile Fiction - 2009 - 217 pages
Middle-schooler Greg Heffley nimbly sidesteps his father's attempts to change Greg's wimpy ways until his father threatens to send him to military school.
Grace Lin - Juvenile Fiction - 2007 - 160 pages
It's the Chinese Year of the Dog, and as Pacy celebrates with her family, she finds out that this is the year she is supposed to "find herself." Universal themes of friendship, family, and finding one's passion in life make this novel appealing ...