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The incredibly dead pets of Rex Dexter —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970- author.

Cursed by an old carnival game, sixth-grader Rex Dexter uses his new ability to communicate with dead animals to investigate the mysterious deaths of endangered zoo animals.

Tiger Moth. Kung Pow chicken —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970-
Graphic Novel
2008
Availability: 1 of 1

Weevil's evil goons have captured Tiger Moth! The fate of this fourth-grade ninja rests in the hands of Kung Pow and his kid sister, Amber. Have Tiger's lessons prepared his young apprentice for this life or death bug ba...

Joey Fly, private eye in Creepy crawly crime —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970-
Graphic Novel
2009
Availability: 8 of 9

Have you ever had one of those moments? You know--you're trying to find a stolen diamond pencil box for your beautiful butterfly customer, your mosquito witness won't give you any information, and your clumsy scorpion as...

Buffalo wings —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970-

While searching for the perfect Super Bowl snack, Rooster comes across a recipe for Buffalo wings and, before reading it completely, goes in search of what he believes is the missing ingredient.

Snowbots —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970-

Rhyming tale of a fun day young robots spend playing in new-fallen snow.

Tiger Moth, the pest show on Earth —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970-
Graphic Novel
2008
Availability: 1 of 1

When the carnival comes to town, Tiger Moth and his sidekick, Kung Pow, let their ninja guard down. But not for long! This funfest is an evil trick by Weevil, the world's evilest insect. Now, the fourth-grade ninja duo m...

Chicks and salsa —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970-

Soon after the chickens tire of their feed and decide to make tortilla chips and salsa, all the other animals on Nuthatcher Farm start to crave southwestern cuisine.

The fortune cookies of Weevil —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970-
Graphic Novel
2007
Availability: 3 of 3

Fourth-grade ninjas, Tiger Moth and his best buddy Kung Pow, smell something crummy in the air, and it's not the jumbo hot chocolate from Starbugs.

Back of the bus —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970-

From the back of the bus, an African American child watches the arrest of Rosa Parks.

Creepy carrots

"In this hilarious picture book, "The Twilight Zone" comes to the carrot patch as a rabbit fears his favorite treats are out to get him."--Container.

Metal man —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970-

One hot summer day, a man who makes sculpture out of junk helps a boy create what he sees in his mind's eye.

Breaking out of the bungle bird —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970-

Two insects try to escape from the stomach of a bungle bird in this rhyming story based on a Bible verse from the book of Proverbs about the wisdom of taking advice.

Chicks and salsa —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970-

Soon after the chickens tire of their feed and decide to make tortilla chips and salsa, all the other animals on Nuthatcher Farm start to crave southwestern cuisine.

Wolfie the bunny ... and other rabbit adventures.

Shares four stories about rabbits and other animals.

Caveboy Dave more scrawny than brawny —Reynolds, Aaron, 1970- author.
Graphic Novel
2016
Availability: 1 of 1

"A young caveman named Dave must complete a dangerous rite of passage with his peers"-- Provided by publisher.

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