Fabulous new books for kids of all ages!
Dara Palmer's Major Drama
Dara Palmer longs for stardom, but when she isn't cast in her middle school's production of The Sound of Music, she get suspicious. It can't be because she's not the best. She was born to be a famous movie star. It must because she's adopted from Cambodia and doesn't look like a typical fraulein. (That's German for girl.)
So irrepressible Dara comes up with a genius plan to shake up the school and write a play about her own life. Then she'll have to be the star. Ages 8 to 12.
The Mixed-Up Truck
It's Cement Mixer's first day on the job and he doesn't want to make any mistakes. How can he help the other trucks on the construction site? By mixing some powdery white cement, of course! He mixes it up, adds a little water, and presto...a cake?! He must have mixed flour instead of cement. Not to worry, he'll try again...and presto! Frosting?! He'll keep trying until he gets it just right, and it's time for one more mixing: a bubble bath! Ages 2 to 6.
Too Many Moose!
When Martha gets an unusual pet, she's delighted by all the fun things they do together - sip tea, go to the movies, get manicures and more. And if one moose is this marvelous, then more moose must be even better! So, Martha quite merrily orders one more and one more and one more and one more...till one day most of her moose run amok and Martha has more moose than she can handle. Ages 4 to 8.
Treasure Hunters: Peril at the Top of the World
After their adventures in China and Germany, the Kidd family is ready for some rest and relaxation. But when you're an ace treasure hunting team, there's always another adventure waiting around the corner! This time, the Kidds head to Russia where a set of priceless paintings by Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt has gone missing. Hot on the trail of the daring thieves, the Kidds race through the sinister streets of St. Petersburg and the wild Arctic tundra to track down the stolen treasure. Ages 8 to 12.
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