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Monster allergy. 2, The suspended city —Centomo, Katja, author.
Graphic Novel
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"Zick has a huge secret: He can see invisible ghosts and monsters that no one else can. It's his job to tame those monsters and protect people. There's just one problem: Zick is allergic to just about everything--includi...

Suitors and sabotage —Anstey, Cindy, author.

In 1917 Kent, England, eighteen-year-old Imogene Chively's father has chosen Ernest Steeple as her future husband, but his younger brother, Benjamin, wins her heart while she is giving him drawing lessons, all while some...

We never learn. Volume 1 —Tsutsui, Taishi, author, artist.
Graphic Novel
Availability: 2 of 3

Nariyuki Yuiga comes from an impoverished family, so he's eager to secure a full scholarship to college before he graduates high school. His principal agrees, with one stipulation--he must tutor the two smartest girls at...

Dangerous waters : an adventure on Titanic —Mone, Gregory.

Determined to focus on work rather than books, as his father had, twelve-year-old Patrick Waters leaves Belfast as a steward on the Titanic, but the very wealthy Harry Widener arranges to tutor him, drawing Patrick into ...

My life as a gamer —Tashjian, Janet, author.

Derek Fallon gets the chance of a lifetime when he is asked to test software for new video games, but he soon discovers that his dream job isn't all it's cracked up to be.

Sorry I'm not sorry —Rue, Nancy N.

While in mandatory counseling to avoid being expelled from Gold Country Middle School for bullying, Kilie Steppe, twelve, focuses on getting revenge against Tory, who took her place as "queen bee," while revealing detail...

The secret life of Ms. Finkleman —Winters, Ben H.

Spurred by a special project from her social studies teacher, seventh-grader Bethesda Fielding uncovers the secret identity of her music teacher, which leads to a most unusual concert performance and a tutoring assignmen...

Seriously, Norman! —Raschka, Christopher.

Why are grown-ups so insane? That's the question Leonard, Norman, Anna and Emma (the twins) try to answer with the help of Norman's new tutor, Balthazar Birdsong (who is also fairly nuts).

My life as a gamer —Tashjian, Janet.

Derek Fallon gets the chance of a lifetime when he is asked to test software for new video games, but he soon discovers that his dream job isn't all it's cracked up to be.

A hornbook Christmas —Carter, Anne, 1953-

When plans to start a school in her family home are put on hold, Elizabeth secretly begins to teach her friend Mathilde and young Josh Porter how to read. When Elizabeth's friend Sarah decides to pitch in with the teachi...

One on one —Aker, Don, 1955-

All eleven-year-old Jared St. George can think about is making his school basketball team and he refuses to think about math and the fact that he is failing it. When he receives peer tutoring from Ellie Brejovic, the wei...

Shadow girl —Liu, Liana, author.

When Mei arrives at the beautiful home on Arrow Island, she can't help feeling relieved. She's happy to spend the summer tutoring a rich man's daughter if it means a break from her normal life -- her needy mother, her de...

Crunch time —Grace, N. B.

East High's Halloween Festival theme is going to be "future fantasy", in which the students will wear costumes that represent what they would like to be someday. It causes Troy and Gabriella to wonder what kind of future...

Not anything —Rodrigues, Carmen.

In the six years since her mother's death, fifteen-year-old Susie has suppressed her feelings and isolated herself from all but one friend, but tutoring a popular and attractive older student forces her to confront her e...

The perfect monster —Grindley, Sally.

Mungus is the perfect monster, but can he teach goody-goody Emily to be naughty too?

Max Quigley : technically not a bully —Roy, James, 1968-

After playing a prank on one of his "geeky" classmates, sixth-grader Max Quigley's punishment is to be tutored by him.

Goody Hall —Babbitt, Natalie, author.

The new tutor at Goody Hall is pleased with his job but can't help feeling there is something peculiar about the household.