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  • Molly's Pilgrim

    Barbara Cohen

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, Sept. 24, 1998)
    Small paperback book
  • Dinotopia: The World Beneath

    James Gurney

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, March 1, 2003)
    After they are shipwrecked on a mysterious island called Dinotopia, Professor Arthur Denison and his son, Will, discover an awe-inspiring new world where dinosaurs and humans have lived together peacefully for centuries. They have only begun to adjust to this remarkable civilization before heading off on separate quests. Will takes to the sky as the pilot of a giant pterosaur known as a skybax, while Arthur leads an excavation deep underground to discover the origins of the world beneath Dinotopia. Little does either of them know of the dangers they are about to face ...
  • Owl at Home

    Arnold Lobel

    Unknown Binding (HarperTrophy, March 15, 1982)
    1982 First Edition, Harper Trophy.
  • This Must Be Love

    Tui T. Sutherland

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, Dec. 1, 2005)
    The stage is set for misunderstandings, magic, and mayhem! Hermia: ready to wow audiences as the perfect Juliet in Athenwood High's spring play. Unless they give the part to her best friend . . . Helena: a believer in true love who's waiting for her soul mate to appear. She's worried she might have to wait forever until she meets . . . Dmitri: the mysterious new guy. Helena is sure it's fate, but Hermia thinks something's fishy. It seems the only one who knows the truth about him is . . . Alex: Hermia's best-friend-turned-secret-love-interest. He's smart, adorable and, like a typical guy, absolutely clueless that Hermia is head-over-heels crushing on him! Or is he?
  • Vampire Kisses

    Ellen Schreiber

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, Aug. 1, 2005)
    The mansion on top of Benson Hill has been empty and boarded up for years. But a new family has moved in. A family that never ventures out during the day. Who are these creepy people –– especially the handsome, dark, and elusive Alexander Sterling? Or rather, what are they? Could the town gossip actually be true? Are they vampires? Raven, who secretly covets a vampire kiss, both at the risk of her own mortality and Alexander's loving trust, is dying to uncover the truth. Ages 12+
  • How Do You Spell God?

    Marc Gellman, Monsignor Thomas Hartman, Jos A. Smith, Jos. A. Smith

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, March 30, 1998)
    People don't want to learn about religions just because there are religions out there. People want to learn about religions because they know that religions have great answers to the big questions.Award-winning authors Rabbi Marc Gellman and Monsignor Thomas Hartman have produced a unique way of looking at the world's religions. Instead of isolating each religion in its own separate chapter, this book unites the religions by showing how each of them answers these universal questions:How should we live?What happens to us after we die?Why does bad stuff happen to good folks?How can we talk to God?With a refreshing combination of humor and sensitivity, a rabbi and priest show us how Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, and the other great religions teach us to live. This wise and often thoughtprovoking book shows us that each religion has its own wisdom and its own wonderful stories. It also explains who works for God, why the world's religions are so different, and why some days of the year have become holy.How Do You Spell God? helps us appreciate religions from all over the world. It will also help us better understand our planet, our families, and ourselves.
  • Mama Always Comes Home

    Karma Wilson, Brooke Dyer

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, March 1, 2007)
    Mama Bird and Mama Cat and even teensy-weensy Mama Mole must leave their little ones from time to time. But rain or shine, in a tree or in the sea, mamas everywhere find their way home with cozy hugs and lots of love, because mamas always come home.
  • Borderline: A Novel

    Allan Stratton

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, March 6, 2012)
    Life’s not easy for Sami Sabiri, especially since his dad stuck him at a private boys’ school where he’s the only Muslim kid. But it’s about to get a whole lot worse. When Sami catches his father in a lie, he gets suspicious. Unfortunately, he’s not the only one. The FBI raids his home, and suddenly his family is at the centre of an international terror plot―and Sami is forced to question everything he’s ever known. Borderline is an action-packed page-turner about loyalty and identity that tackles the ethical debate at the heart of today’s toughest security issues, starring a funny and gutsy fifteen-year-old determined to save his father, his family and his life.
  • Dogsbody

    Diana Wynne Jones

    Mass Market Paperback (HarperTrophy, Aug. 1, 2001)
    Found guilty of murder, the Dog Star, Sirus, is sentenced by his peers to live on earth as a dog, mistreated by the family of his young mistress and charged with a seemingly impossible quest. Reprint.
  • Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle Boxed Set

    Betty MacDonald

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, March 1, 1986)
    Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle
  • Catherine, Called Birdy

    Karen Cushman

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, May 24, 2005)
  • Angela and Diabola

    Lynne Reid Banks

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, May 1, 1998)
    Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbertson-Jones are surprised when their expected baby turns out to be twin girls and distressed when they find that one of them is perfectly good and the other perfectly evil