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A fashionable mystery —Stilton, Thea, author.

The Thea Sisters help the famous editor of a fashion magazine escape aggressive reporters, landing themselves and the Mouseford Academy newspaper an exclusive interview with her in the process.

More to the story —Khan, Hena, author.

As features editor of her school newspaper, thirteen-year-old Jameela Mirza wants to impress her father by writing a spectacular story about the new student, but a misunderstanding and family illness complicate matters.

Tales from a not-so-smart Miss Know-It-All —Russell, Rachel Renee.
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When Miss Know-It-All's inbox overflows with pleas for guidance, Nikki Maxwell, the school newspaper advice columnist, turns to her best friends for help.

The way to Bea —Yeh, Kat, author.

Recently estranged from her best friend and weeks away from shifting from only child to big sister, seventh grader Beatrix Lee consoles herself by writing haiku in invisible ink and hiding the poems, but one day she find...

The pen is mightier than the sword —Mazer, Anne.

Abby Hayes is chosen to write an advice column for her fifth-grade newspaper, but her own life is out of control.

Rivals —Greenwald, Tom, 1962- author.

In basketball-crazed Walthorne, rival middle school stars Austin Chambers and Carter Haswell are both feeling the pressure when school sports reporter Alfie Jenks reveals scandals that jeopardize the whole season. Told t...

Tales from a not-so-smart Miss Know-It-All —Russell, Rachel Renée.

When Miss Know-It-All's inbox overflows with pleas for guidance, Nikki Maxwell, the school newspaper advice columnist, turns to her best friends for help.

The missing diary —Stilton, Thea, author.

The Thea Sisters and some friends want to start a school newspaper. Then Colette's diary is missing and sports reporter Nicky, witnesses something suspicious at the Iron Mouse Games. The Sisters' try to solve both myster...

Ivy + Bean no news is good news —Barrows, Annie.

Ivy and Bean try to make money by writing a newspaper about Pancake Court but the neighbors are not pleased to read about themselves.

Watch your whiskers, Stilton! —Stilton, Geronimo, author.

Geronimo has to appear on a TV quiz show to save the Gazette from the one-eyed rat.

My name is Stilton, Geronimo Stilton —Stilton, Geronimo, author.

Geronimo Stilton tells how Pinky Pick, his assistant editor, came to work for him.

Mouse house hunter —Stilton, Geronimo, author.

When Grandfather William informs him that the Rodent Gazette is out of money, Geromino is forced to sell his house in order to keep the paper afloat.

Martha's nose for news —White, Jamie.

Martha the talking dog learns the ins and outs of journalism when she tries her paws at reporting stories for Carolina's Town Crier.

Stop the presses! —Banks, Steven, 1954-

When nobody wants to read the first issue from their newspaper business, SpongeBob and Patrick have to figure out what makes a newspaper sell.

The Berenstain Bears and the school scandal sheet —Berenstain, Stan, 1923-2005.

Frustrated by their lack of artistic freedom on the staff of the school newspaper, Brother Bear and his friends start an underground paper and discover some basic truths about freedom of the press and responsibility.

The Alison Rules —Clark, Catherine, 1962-

Alison tries to deal with the pain of her mother's death by sticking to rules until charming Patrick moves to town, and then she learns that no matter what, life still happens to you.

Famous last words —Doktorski, Jennifer Salvato, author.

During a summer internship as an obituary writer for her local northern New Jersey newspaper, sixteen-year-old Samantha D'Angelo makes some momentous realizations about politics, ethics, her family, romance, and most imp...

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