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Ages 8-12

The Hardy Boys are back in this fresh approach to the classic sleuthing series. These all-new, suspense filled stories follow Joe and Frank Hardy as they rely on their wits, instincts and intelligence to solve Bayport's toughest mysteries.

 

Ages 8-up

The Boy Who Lived has changed children's literature forever. Harry Potter takes readers on an immersive, fantastical journey sure to delight and inspire. Harry and his friends study magic, fight for justice, battle the forces of evil, negotiate with monstrous beasts and learn the powers of friendship and love.

Ages 5-9
Meet Heidi Heckelbeck. Heidi seems like any other eight year-old. She eats peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for lunch. She hates all vegetables. She picks on her younger brother, Henry. She begrudgingly does her homework. 
 
But Heidi Heckelbeck has a secret: She’s a witch in disguise. 
 
Henry Huggins Written by Beverly Cleary with illustrations by Louis Darling
Ages 8-12

Come join Henry on Klickitat Street as he gets into hijinks --- usually with the help of Ribsy and none other than Ramona Quimby.

Children and Ages 8-12

Adolphus Pringle lived a relatively normal life before he met Henry Hunter, but being the best friend of a 12 year-old millionaire genius certainly makes life interesting. He has accompanied Henry on adventures all over the world and encountered dozens of supernatural creatures. Henry has a penchant for paranormal mysteries and he never fails to drag his trusty sidekick, Dolf, into adventures to track down the truth in these mystical legends.

Ages 8-12

Welcome to Hereville, home of the first-ever wisecracking, adventure-loving, sword-wielding Orthodox Jewish heroine. A delightful mix of fantasy, adventure, cultural traditions and preteen commotion, this fun, quirky graphic novel series will captivate middle-school readers with its exciting visuals and entertaining new heroine.

Ages 6-up
 
Hilda sits in her tent listening to the thunder passing overhead when she hears a bell. As she hurtles towards the vanishing tinkling sound, Hilda unwittingly embarks on an adventure into strange worlds ruled by magical forces.
Ages 8-12
Ages 11-up

In the first book of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy, THE GOLDEN COMPASS, Lyra, a little girl in a world a lot like our own, journeys to the far North to save her best friend Roger. She also must aid other kidnapped children --- evil scientists are conducting terrible experiments on them. The second book, THE SUBTLE KNIFE,  takes Lyra to Cittàgazze, where she meets Will Parry, a fugitive boy from our own universe. Lyra and Will become good friends --- and uncover a deadly secret! And finally, in THE AMBER SPYGLASS, Lyra and Will travel between many worlds, setting out to make their most haunting discovery yet.

  

Hook's Revenge written by Heidi Schulz, illustrated by John Hendrix

Twelve-year-old Jocelyn dreams of becoming every bit as daring as her infamous father, Captain James Hook. Her grandfather, on the other hand, intends to see her starched and pressed into a fine society lady. When she's sent to Miss Eliza Crumb-Biddlecomb's Finishing School for Young Ladies, Jocelyn's hopes of following in her father's fearsome footsteps are lost in a heap of dance lessons, white gloves, and way too much pink.

Children and Ages 9-12

When a plane crash-lands in the arctic, eight young survivors step from the wreckage expecting to see nothing but ice and snow. Instead they find themselves lost in a strange jungle with no way to get home and little hope of rescue. With danger at every turn, these eight kids must learn to work together to survive.

Ages 8-12

It's never easy for Sammy Hayes-Rodriguez to fit in, so he's dreading the day when his genius mom insists he bring her newest invention to school: a robot he calls E --- for "Error". E not only thinks he's Sammy's brother...he's actually even nerdier than Sammy. Will E be Sammy's one-way ticket to Loserville? Or will he prove to the world that it's cool to be square?

How to Catch a Bogle written by Catherine Jinks with illustrations by Sarah Watts
Ages 10-12

How do you catch a bogle? Ask Alfred the Bogler and his young apprentice Birdie. They’ll charge six shillings and a penny for the salt and you’ll be rid of the monsters that lurk in dark places and would love a tasty child for dinner.

Ages 8-12

Humphrey, everyone’s favorite classroom pet, stars in this middle grade series. Each adventure is full of hamster-iffic humor, friendship and fun.

Hunter Moran Written by Patricia Reilly Giff, illustrated by Chris Sheban.
Ages 8-10

Patricia Reilly Giff combines mischief, chaotic family drama and plenty of adventure in these humorous and heartwarming stories!