Welcome to Central Elementary School
Catrina and her family have moved to the coast of Northern California for the sake of her little sister, Maya, who has cystic fibrosis--and Cat is even less happy about the move when she is told that her new town is inhabited by ghosts, and Maya sets her heart on meeting one.
- Tales from a not-so-perfect pet sitter (Dork Diary #10)
Nikki tries to be a pet sitter, but realizes it's harder work than she thought.
- Old School (Wimpy Kid #10)
"Life was better in the old days. Or was it? That's the question Greg Heffley is asking as his town voluntarily unplugs and goes electronics-free. But modern life has its conveniences, and Greg isn't cut out for an old-fashioned world. With tension building inside and outside the Heffley home, will Greg find a way to survive?"--
- Tales from a not-so-happily ever after (Dork Diaries #8)
A bump on the head suffered during gym class causes middle school drama queen Nikki Maxwell to have a crazy dream where all of her acquaintances assume the roles of familiar fairy tale characters.
- Myths busted! 2. just when you thought you knew what you knew
Explores more than one hundred tall tales, suspicious stories, and urban myths, revealing how each has been disproven, with facts about myth origins, historical significance, and how they were investigated by scientific debunkers.
- I love baby animals
- Ultimate weird but true 2
Presents facts, brief stories, photos, and illustrations showing that fact can be as weird as fiction.
- Ripley's believe it or not! Special edition 2016
- Guinness World Records 2014
Includes new and updated records with never-before-seen photography--from the new shortest living man and a slam-dunking parrot to the fiercest predators in the ocean.
Ten-year-old Auggie Pullman, who was born with extreme facial abnormalities and was not expected to survive, goes from being home-schooled to entering fifth grade at a private middle school in Manhattan, which entails enduring the taunts and fear of his classmates as he struggles to be seen as just another student.