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"When did you see her last?" —Snicket, Lemony, author.

In the fading town of Stain'd-by-the-Sea, young apprentice Lemony Snicket has a new case to solve when he and his chaperone are hired to find a missing girl.

Stone Rabbit. 3, Deep-space disco —Craddock, Erik.
Graphic Novel
2009
Availability: 5 of 5

When an alien shape-shifter named Melvin the Plutarkian has Stone Rabbit tried for crimes Melvin committed and then wreaks havoc on Happy Glades, Stone Rabbit must find a way to get home and save his town and his friends...

Jackson Jones : the tale of a boy, an elf, and a very stinky fish —Kelly, Jennifer, 1973-

When ten-year-old Jackson falls into Great Aunt Harriet's very big hair, he finds a wealth of amazing things including a new friend, Meeka the elf, perilous dangers that allow him to be a hero, and even his own story.

Never do anything ever : by Jamie Kelly —Benton, Jim.

Jamie Kelly shares with her diary her search for inner beauty, dealing with fund raising, and problems in Phys ed class.

What really happened to Humpty? : (from the files of a hard-boiled detective) —Ransom, Jeanie Franz, 1957-

Detective Joe Dumpty rushes to investigate the mysterious circumstances under which his older brother, Humpty, fell from a wall on his first day as captain of the new Neighborhood Watch program.

Super Diaper Baby 2 the invasion of the potty snatchers : the third epic novel —Pilkey, Dav, 1966-
Graphic Novel
2011
Availability: 14 of 24

In trouble with their principal because of their comic books, George and Harold decide to create a new epic novel.

Peter and the Starcatchers —Barry, Dave.

Soon after Peter, an orphan, sets sail from England on the ship Never Land, he befriends and assists Molly, a young Starcatcher, whose mission is to guard a trunk of magical stardust from a greedy pirate and the native i...

Oh say, I can't see —Scieszka, Jon.

After arriving in Pennsylvania during the winter of 1776, time travelers Joe, Fred, and Samantha inspire General George Washington, "the man on the one dollar bill," to carry out a surprise attack on Hessian troops in Tr...

Ms. Leakey is freaky! —Gutman, Dan.

Ella Mentry School hires a health teacher who tries to force the students to eat healthy foods and exercise, whether they want to or not.

The Toilet Paper Tigers —Korman, Gordon.

When his Little League team gets a coach who knows nothing about baseball, seventh grader Corey is dismayed to see the team taken over by the coach's pushy twelve-year-old granddaughter.

Vegetables in underwear —Chapman, Jared, author, illustrator.

Illustrations and brief text reveal the wide variety of unmentionables sported by vegetables.

Aaron's hair —Munsch, Robert N., 1945-

When Aaron hurts his hair's feelings by saying he hates it, his hair runs away and jumps onto other people and into trouble.

Jackson Jones : the tale of a boy, a troll, and a rather large chicken —Kelly, Jennifer, 1973-

In the middle of a tremendous storm, ten-year-old Jackson Jones finds himself in an immense tree, leading to more inexplicable adventures.

Miss Laney is zany! —Gutman, Dan.

When Ella Mentry School is threatened with closure due to budget cuts, A.J.'s new speech teacher, Miss Laney, comes up with a brilliant, if weird, plan to save the day.

Mr. Tony is full of baloney! —Gutman, Dan.

The After School Kids' Care director wants to get into The Guiness Book of World Records, and A. J. and the gang jump in to help him.

The wrong book —Bland, Nick, 1973-

"A young boy is trying to tell his story, but his book keeps being invaded by characters from other stories."

Quackenstein hatches a family —Bardhan-Quallen, Sudipta.

A lonely duck at the zoo takes an egg home with him, but when it hatches he is shocked by what emerges.

Night of the living dust bunnies —Craddock, Erik.
Graphic Novel
2011
Availability: 7 of 7

While Stone Rabbit, Andy Wolf, and Henri Tortoise are trick-or-treating, zombie dust bunnies are taking over their town. Presented in comic book format.

Ant in her pants —Orshoski, Paul.

"What if an ant got in your pants? Would it drive you crazy? An odd little ant causes lots of craziness in this very funny book that will leave beginning readers smiling" --P. [4] of cover.

Don't push the button! —Cotter, Bill, author, illustrator.
Book + Audio
2015
Availability: 1 of 7

The only rule in Larry's book is that the reader not push the button, but when no one is looking, it may be irresistible.

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