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  • Little Clearing in the Woods: Little House, The Caroline Years by Maria D. Wilkes


    Mass Market Paperback (HarperTrophy, March 27, 1852)
  • THE SECRET GARDEN BY Burnett, Frances Hodgson

    Frances Hodgson Burnett

    Unknown Binding (HarperTrophy, April 30, 1998)
  • Warriors #1: Into the Wild

    Erin Hunter

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, April 1, 2007)
    For generations, four Clans of wild cats have shared the forest according to the laws laid down by their warrior ancestors. But the ThunderClan cats are in grave danger, and the sinister ShadowClan grows stronger every day. Noble warriors are dying—and some deaths are more mysterious than others. In the midst of this turmoil appears an ordinary house cat named Rusty . . . who may turn out to be the bravest warrior of them all.
  • Jimmy Coates: Assassin?

    Joe Craig

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, Aug. 1, 2006)
    Who—or what—is Jimmy Coates? Eleven-year-old Jimmy is on the run. The good news is that he has some sweet new abilities that let him outrun, outjump, and outkick anybody—even adults. The bad news is that the mysterious organization that kidnapped Jimmy's parents is after him and he has no idea why. Except that it might have something to do with his new fighting capabilities. And the fact that he might not be entirely human. . . .
  • Ocean Of Blood: The Saga Of Larten Crepsley Book 2

    Darren Shan

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, May 17, 2011)
    Free from their mentor Seba Nile, Larten Crepsley and Wester Flack join the Cubs—wild young vampires with little respect for human life and a taste for mindless enjoyment.For the Cubs, everything is easy. But nothing has ever been easy for Larten, and soon fate throws his life into another spin. With dark paths to travel, Larten finds himself far from the Vampire Mountain and its rules. A long way from home, sick and alone, he must decide what kind of vampire he will be, and whether he will stand firm, and be true to his master and his principles—or whether he will lose himself in blood . . .
  • Last Dragonslayer

    Jasper Fforde

    eBook (HarperTrophy, Oct. 25, 2011)
    In the good old days, magic was powerful, unregulated by government, and even the largest spell could be woven without filling in magic release form B1-7g. Then the magic started fading away. Fifteen-year-old Jennifer Strange runs Kazam, an employment agency for soothsayers and sorcerers. But work is drying up. Drain cleaner is cheaper than a spell, and even magic carpets are reduced to pizza delivery. So it’s a surprise when the visions start. Not only do they predict the death of the Last Dragon at the hands of a dragonslayer, they also point to Jennifer and say something is coming. Big Magic . . .
  • The Abracadabra Kid: A Writer's Life

    Sid Fleischman

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, April 23, 1998)
    The man with the spats rolled up his sleeves and proceeded to pluck a polished red billiard ball out of thin air. Presto! It vanished. Abracadabra! It reappeared. It turned white. it blushed red again. VoiIá! Suddenly there were four billiard balls between this amazing man's fingers.I was stunned. All of this was happening right under my nose. And there was more. He flipped the deck into falling waterfalls of cards, spun them into fans, and thrust a sword through a shower of cards to impale the seven of diamonds -- selected a moment before.I was dazzled. The moment he finished his act and ushered us gawkers back onto the sidewalk, I knew what I wanted to be. Someone else could be president of the United States.I wanted to be a magician.
  • Haunted: A Tale of the Mediator

    Meg Cabot

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, Jan. 1, 2004)
    My name is Susannah Simon, and I am a mediator -- a liaison between the living and the dead. Yes, this does get in the way of my attempt at a normal sixteen-year-old life. At least I have Jesse, the ghost of a nineteenth-century hottie, haunting my bedroom. But there's also this other guy. A live one, who has the same gift of gab with the undead I have. In the same way I'm after Jesse, this guy is after me. And he knows how to send Jesse to the Great Beyond. For good. So I guess you could say I'm haunted. I just never thought it would be by someone who isn't dead.
  • The Raintree Rebellion

    Janet McNaughton

    eBook (HarperTrophy, June 27, 2017)
    Blake Raintree, the heroine of The Secret Under My Skin, is now 18, returning to the city of her birth as an aide to a justice council charged with trying to address the wrongs of the technocaust. While in the city, Blake submits the ID code from the microchip that was implanted in her arm in infancy by her parents, hoping to find out more about her past, and especially her father. What she learns will cause her to question everything she knows about herself. Torn between a terrible anger and a search for the love and acceptance she has been denied all her life, Blake faces a harsh choice. A 2006 JAB ( Junior Advisory Board) Pick, The Raintree Rebellion is nominated for the OLA Red Maple Award.
  • Little House in the Big Woods

    Laura Ingalls Wilder

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, Jan. 7, 1994)
    This first book in the Wilder Little House series is based on the author's life growing up as an American pioneer.
  • Prince Caspian Book and CD

    C. S. Lewis, Pauline Baynes

    Paperback (HarperTrophy, April 1, 2008)
    Just in time for the Disney and WaldenÂ’s Prince Caspian movie in May 2008, the bestselling full-color paperback edition of Prince Caspian and the unabridged recording are available together for the first time.
  • Garbage Delight

    Dennis Lee, Sandy Nichols

    eBook (HarperTrophy, Aug. 25, 2015)
    A delightful dose of "Canada's Father Goose" for pint-sized poetry fans! Based on the title poem of Dennis Lee's classic collection, Garbage Delight is a feast for the senses, a stew of sly humour and memorable rhymes. This edition features winsome artwork by Sandy Nichols, who previously paired with Dennis Lee to create the bestseller Alligator Pie, and is a staple item for every toddler's bookshelf. "You can almost hear the skipping ropes slapping on the sidewalk." --Margaret Laurence