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Call us at , text us at , or fill out the below form: Name Card Number Email or Phone Message. Close Send message. Keyword Search Examples: DVDs based on books by John Grisham: grisham dvd The Lord of the Rings series: "lord of the rings" Snakes in Texas: snakes texas Items involving a particular fictitious character: jack ryan That book you heard about once, written by somebody named Fred that has "Sea" somewhere in the title: fred sea. Andersen lets the streamers flow for I Want a Party! Accord gets goosebumps with One Spooky Night: A Halloween Adventure by Kate Stone, a novelty book about the things a young monster encounters walking through the woods.
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Bloomsbury marks its calendar for Tuesdays at the Castle by Jessica Day George, in which resourceful children in an enchanted castle must outwit a dangerous foe; Freckleface Strawberry: Best Friends Forever by Julianne Moore, illus. Wordsong finds birds of a feather with Ostrich and Lark by Marilyn Nelson, a collection of poems celebrating the unlikely friendship between the two titular species, illustrated by the Kuru Artists in western Botswana. Campfire blasts off with Space Race by C. Welsh, illus.
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Jones, inspired by the true events of the 20th century space race between the U. Rosen, illus.
Murphy, new to the I See I Learn series. Mackinac Island Press finds its way with Escape from Zobadak by Brad Gallagher, a novel in which Billy discovers his missing uncle is somehow trapped inside a fantastic world within a nightstand; and Miss Martin Is a Martian by Colleen Murray Fisher, illus. Chronicle feels alright with One Love by Cedella Marley, illus. Handprint is in the spirit with The Story of Christmas by Pamela Dalton, a rendition of the Nativity story illustrated with cut-paper artwork.
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Disney-Hyperion celebrates Happy Pig Day! DK Publishing balances the season with Amazing Circus of Mechanical Possibilities , a model kit packaged with a science reference book focusing on physics, mechanics, forces, motion, and more; To the Extreme , which explores daredevil feats and risky jobs; How Cool Is This?
Eerdmans tosses the chew toy for Do You Have a Dog? Harlequin Teen has a taste for fall with Crave by Melissa Darnell, about the romance and clashes between vampires and powerful magic users; Legacy by Cayla Kluver, a romantic fantasy-adventure highlighting the choice between duty and love; If I Die by Rachel Vincent, new to the Soul Screamers series; Twisted by Gena Showalter, which joins the Intertwined series; and The Iron Knight by Julie Kagawa, fourth book of the Iron Fey series.
Collins metamorphoses with Butterflies by Seymour Simon, a full-color photographic science book about butterflies and moths. JoAnna Cotler Books sets the alarm for Abarat: Absolute Midnight by Clive Barker, a dystopian fantasy-adventure in which Candy must save Abarat from destruction and rescue her loved ones from eternal darkness.
Graphia ushers in autumn with Never Eighteen by Megan Bostic, a debut novel about a young man facing his own death and trying to find answers. Harcourt wags its tail for Dog Parade by Barbara Joose, illus.
Montgomery, illus. Kimmel, illus. Pearce and Gina Capaldi, illus. Carolrhoda Lab rings the alarm for Brooklyn, Burning by Steve Brezenoff, in which a young runaway becomes a suspect in a warehouse fire; In Trouble by Ellen Levine, about two teens in s New York who deal in very different ways with unplanned pregnancy; and Ultraviolet , a paranormal YA novel about a girl who can see the ultraviolet light of the spectrum, and who may be a murderer. Service, illus. Cleary, illus. Flux celebrates with Best. Ever by Medeia Sharif, in which a year-old girl discovers that temptation comes in many forms during this holiday; Faking Faith by Josie Bloss, a girl finds herself the social pariah of her competitive Chicago high school after a sexting incident; and The Epic, Completely True Blue, Almost Holy Quest of Debbie by S.
Pages Home About Carstairs? Book Series in Order.
If you are like me and love to read series in order, this is the page for you. Here, you'll find series I've reviewed in order with links to my review.
No link to the review? I haven't gotten to the book yet, but I hope to do so soon. This page will also act as the anchor page for my links from the reviews of books in these series. How does a series get on the page? It must have at least four books with the promise of more. Why four? It's just something I decided on a while ago. The series on this page are listed in alphabetical order. The genres are all mixed together as a result. Toucan Keep a Secret Lark! Monk Goes to the Firehouse Mr. Monk Goes to Hawaii Mr. Monk and the Blue Flu Mr.