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A young boy's hopes and an unusual bicycle bring about magical results.Everyone knows Benjamin Franklin was an important statesman, inventor, and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. But did you know he started the first library in America for the public good?$7.99–$15.99Step right up and learn all about the lively participants in the Amphibian Acrobat show— from the agile Wallace’s flying frog to the bouncing Venezuelan pebble toad to the tricky salamander called the yellow-eyed ensatina.$7.95–$14.95How do you face life without a place to call home?$7.95When a fierce blizzard suddenly kicks up on a mild winter day, a young Nebraska girl must find the courage and strength to lead others to safety.$15.95Horses are Lily’s life—just like they’d been her mother’s. But will her overprotective father stop her from fulfilling her—and her mother’s—dreams?$7.95–$14.95Witty poems and elegant artwork introduce what's on the menu for some unusual undersea creatures.$7.95–$15.95This sensitive and often humorous book tells the story of an adolescent boy who begins to find himself after the people he has always depended on let him down.$14.95An independent-minded girl and her crotchety retired grandfather find common ground when they work together to build an airplane.$8.95"A black, smoking shell stood where our house had been. The barn that'd been near to twice as big as the house was nothing but a head of ashes too. 'Pa!' My voice cracked and floated up into the early morning sky. Eliza crept up behind me and slipped her hand into mine. ‘They're dead, ain't they, Jacob?'"A new mystery based on a page from American history, featuring a trio of mischievous and determined young crime solvers.This second book in a the Cascade Mountain Railroad Mysteries series features a trio of mischievous and determined young sleuths set against the backdrop of early twentieth century America.The third book in the Cascade Mountain Railroad Mysteries series features a trio of young crime solvers and nonstop action set against the backdrop of early 20th century railroad expansion.It is 1926 in the remote camp town of Scenic, Washington, and ten-year-old Billy Cole is excited about the upcoming Fall Fish Fry fishing tournament and a visit from his cousin Mim.In 1831, young adventurer and nature enthusiast Charles Darwin set sail on a remarkable five-year voyage that changed the study of biology forever.$6.95–$16.95When Charlie exaggerates about his dad’s career and convinces his classmates that his dad would be the greatest Career Week speaker ever, what will happen if his dad actually does come and his friends find out the truth?$7.99–$14.95Charlie is cooking up some wacky plans to keep his friend Hector from returning to Chile, but when he learns that some classmates are bullying Hector, he turns all his energy to solving that problem.$6.95–$19.95Can Charlie be a polite host to the most annoying little cousin in the universe?$6.95–$16.95Charlie Bumpers is finally on the same soccer team as his two best friends, and they’re sure the Pirates will be the best team ever! But their high hopes are crushed on the first day of practice.$6.95–$16.95Charlie is ready to play the bad guy in the class play, but Mrs. Burke has other ideas!$6.95–$16.95Can Charlie face his fear of horror movies and enjoy Halloween?$6.95–$16.95Charlie Bumper's worst fear is confirmed: he has Mrs. Burke for fourth grade. How will he survive a year with the strictest teacher in the whole school?$6.95Abandoned by her mother at Victoria Station in London when she is only four, Charlotte "Charlie" Collins is sent to live with her father in Dublin. Now fourteen, Charlie struggles to come to terms with the reasons for her mother's desertion, her father's silence, and the cruelty of her classmates.