Meet Violet Remy-Robinson, an amateur Sherlock Holmes in the making in this captivating new series, perfect for fans of Chris Riddell and Robin Stevens's Wells & Wong mysteries.
Martha's mom has banned her from playing soccer, and it's up to Agatha Parrot to find a way to get her back into the game. Meanwhile, Agatha's big brother, James, receives an email from an unknown girl, and Agatha intervenes to start a correspondence on his behalf.
Sisters Addie and Clara have just moved to a new house in the country, where they discover that their backyard is a gateway to the enchanted realm of magical butterflies called Wishing Wings. These special butterflies have the power to make wishes come true
In this exciting fourteenth book in the renowned Flat Stanley's Worldwide Adventures series, the Lambchop family is taking over London, England, on a royal adventure
The Chicken Squad is back for their fifth (mis)adventure in this "lip-bitingly funny" (School Library Journal) chapter book from the bestselling author of Click, Clack, Moo and The Trouble with Chickens.
Charles and Lizzie Peterson love puppies. Their family fosters these young dogs, giving them love and proper care, until they can find the perfect forever home.
Meet Dorothy Constance Mae Louise, or Dot as she prefers to be called
Straightforward and simple, this story tells how one child found the courage to tell a teacher about Ray, who was being picked on and bullied by other kids in school.
Help Nancy and her friends find a missing lucky headband so River Heights teen Katie can break the world record at the local arcade's dance game in the eighth book in the interactive Nancy Drew Clue Book mystery series.
The Hellman children must make dowith a nanny while their mother is away at a spa. The only problem? Their nanny is a monster.
Detective brothers Frank and Joe must figure out who sabotaged Skeeter the Skateboarding Cat in the sixth book in the interactive Hardy Boys Clue Book series.
Waylon thinks most problems can be solved with science. But when it comes to having to share a dog with Baxter Boylen, science may not be very helpful. Baxter is the closest thing to a juvenile delinquent Waylon has ever met. He's always getting called to Principal Rice's office, and now he's even having meetings with the chief of police.