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But when Eleanor asks Owen to help her escape back to her old house, he's not sure he should do it What should a friend do? Starring two quirky kids and a dead goldfish named Scrumpy, Owen and Eleanor Move In will delight readers both young and old. Owen is doing the same creative writing project for homeschooling that Eleanor is doing in public school! They have to write an interesting story about their lives.

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The problem is: their lives aren ;t that interesting. So Eleanor decides to fix the problem by doing exciting things--with not-so-great results. When they join a community martial arts class, Owen sees a different way to make an interesting story happen When they both end up in trouble--again--they learn that making up fake stories to fool people isn't a good way to live.

To do it, he needs Pip, a young boy with an incredible gift--he can speak to fish; and the Raft King is not above kidnapping to get what he wants. The second story takes us back to the beginning: Venus and Swimmer are twins captured aboard a slave ship bound for Jamaica in They save themselves and others from a life of enslavement with a risky, magical plan--one that leads them from the shark-infested waters of the first world to the second.

From the Hardcover edition. This stunning middle grade historical fantasy adventure is a companion to the critically acclaimed A Crack in the Sea.

Putnam, the future king of Raftworld, wants more than anything to prove himself. When the water in the Second World starts to become salty and his father won't do anything about it, Putnam sees his chance. He steals a boat and sneaks off toward the source of the salty water. He doesn't know he has a stowaway onboard, an island girl named Artie. Artie isn't trying to save the world, she's just trying to save herself.

On the run from an abusive stepfather, Artie just wants a place to call home.

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Putnam isn't the partner she would have chosen, but as the two face uncertainty and danger in their shared adventure, an extraordinary friendship forms. Meanwhile, more than a hundred years in the past, Rayel is also on the run from Raftworld, escaping an arranged marriage she discovers is really a plot to kill her father. She'd planned to be gone just long enough to foil the plot, but once at sea and sailing ever southward, Rayel discovers she has an astonishing magical power that leads her to a new home and a sadness so deep it infects the world.

Told in alternating perspectives with Putnam and Artie traveling further and further into the uncharted southern sea--and Rayel, the key to the saltwater mystery, sailing the same sea in her own time--Putnam and Artie must put aside their differences and figure out why the sea is salty before it's too late. Casanova, Mary.

Featuring year-old heroines who discover who they are in changing times--and a changing world--this series takes readers back in time to lands around the globe. She finds life within the palace gates is not as full of ease and elegance as she had imagined. Six years ago, twelve-year-old Marius lost his mother during the birth of his brother, Jean-Pierre, and her dying wish was that he watch over his brother. But because Jean-Pierre was born on Christmas Eve, villagers believe he is marked with the curse of the loup garou --the werewolf.

Protecting Jean-Pierre has been a never-ending struggle as townsfolk constantly eye the boy with dread and suspicion. To make matters worse, his country is swept up in a hysterical campaign to find and destroy enemies of the Church, and now the villagers have made Jean-Pierre their target.

Marius must defy the ruling institutions of the time to save his brother's life--and his own. Winner of a Minnesota Book Award, Curse of a Winter Moon is a harrowing story of one boy's fierce devotion to his family as he battles against prejudice and fear. The day Dirk Yeller came to town, the wind curled its lip, cattle quit lowin', and tumbleweeds stopped tumblin' along. Townsfolk whispered. But Sam, who's been following Dirk all day--and who can sometimes be a little fidgety, too--knows the perfect solution.

Energetic illustrations and lively language capture the Wild West in this perfect read aloud for book lovers of all ages. Pembrook dogs are on the case! A ripped down sign, a broken fire hydrant, and now Tundra, the alpha dog of Pembrook, is missing! There's trouble brewing in this quiet Minnesota town, and none of the humans seem to notice. But the dogs do! They can smell it in the air. Together, they set out to uncover the person or animal behind the vandalism in town and to find Tundra.

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Hopefully they're not too late! Something is lurking in the woods! Is it a dog?


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A wolf? Or maybe even a bear? Whatever it is, it's causing a lot of trouble in Pembrook -- scaring kids and getting into the garbage. Dog Watch is on the case, but it has to work fast. A new person in town has decided that all dogs should be on leashes or behind fences. If Kito and the gang can't find out who is behind the trouble, they could lose their precious freedom forever! There's trouble in town! A thief has struck Pembrook!

Dog Watch is on the case, but they're running out of clues. Kito and the gang set a trap, but when it goes awry, they realize they're dealing with a professional. So Kito and Chester try again, putting their own home at risk. This time, it has got to work! Is Dog Watch ready for Hollywood? Canine celebrities - or dogs in trouble? When a super-size truck carrying the stars of Hollywood's Amazing Extreme Stunt Dogs shows up in Pembrook, Kito thinks there's something really weird about the owner.

Can the Dog Watch gang figure out whether the dogs are truly amazing - or in a truckload of danger - before it's too late?

Someone's stealing sea turtle eggs! When Kito, Chester, and Schmitty go on a Mexican vacation with their owners, they plan on relaxing on the quiet beach.

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But when the sea turtle nests are disturbed and the eggs are stolen, the dogs use their Dog Watch skills and team up with village dogs to find out who is threatening the future of the gentle sea turtles. Sixteen-year-old Sadie Rose hasn't said a word in eleven years--ever since the day she was found lying in a snowbank during a howling storm. Like her voice, her memories of her mother and what happened that night were frozen. Set during the roaring s in the beautiful, wild area on Rainy Lake where Minnesota meets Canada, Frozen tells the intriguing story of Sadie Rose, whose mother died under strange circumstances the same night that Sadie Rose was found, unable to speak, in a snowbank.

Sadie Rose doesn't know her last name and has only fleeting memories of her mother--and the conflicting knowledge that her mother had worked in a brothel. Taken in as a foster child by a corrupt senator, Sadie Rose spends every summer along the shores of Rainy Lake, where her silence is both a prison and a sanctuary. One day, Sadie Rose stumbles on a half-dozen faded, scandalous photographs--pictures, she realizes, of her mother. They release a flood of puzzling memories, and these wisps of the past send her at last into the heart of her own life's great mystery: who was her mother, and how did she die?

Why did her mother work in a brothel--did she have a choice?