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Bones and the cupcake mystery By Adler, David A Dewey: -E-
Detective Jeffrey Bones finds he does not need fancy equipment to solve the school-lunch mystery of Not Me Amy's missing cupcake.
Young Cam Jansen and the circus mystery By Adler, David A Dewey: -E-
When Aunt Molly takes Cam and her friend Eric to the circus, their box of caramel popcorn mysteriously disappears.
Olivia trains her cat By Albee, Sarah Dewey: -E-
Olivia becomes frustrated when she does not succeed in teaching her cat to do tricks like Francine's cat.
Hi! Fly Guy By Arnold, Tedd Dewey: -E-
When Buzz captures a fly to enter in The Amazing Pet Show, his parents and the judges tell him that a fly cannot be a pet, but Fly Guy proves them wrong.
The plot chickens By Auch, Mary Jane Dewey: -E-
Henrietta the chicken loves to read so much that she decides to write a book herself, but she has trouble finding someone to publish a book written by a chicken, and then, when she publishes it herself and it gets a terrible review in "The Corn Book," Henrietta is devastated.
The desperate dog writes again By Christelow, Eileen Dewey: -E-
Emma e-mails "Ask Queenie," an advice column for dogs, when her owner George begins spending too much time with a new girlfriend.
Ants in your pants, worms in your plants! : (Gilbert goes green) By De Groat, Diane Dewey: -E-
Gilbert seems to be the only one in his class who cannot think of any ideas for an Earth Day project.
Bink & Gollie By DiCamillo, Kate Dewey: -E-
Two roller-skating best friends--one tiny, one tall--share three comical adventures involving outrageously bright socks, an impromptu trek to the Andes, and a most unlikely marvelous companion.
The best chef in second grade By Kenah, Katharine Dewey: -E-
A famous chef is coming to visit Mr. Hopper's second grade class, and every one is excited about bringing in their family's favorite dish to share except Ollie, who loves to cook but cannot find a dish his whole family likes.
Zelda and Ivy : keeping secrets By Kvasnosky, Laura McGee Dewey: -E-
Contains three stories featuring fox sisters Zelda and Ivy.
Bats at the library By Lies, Brian Dewey: -E-
Bored with another normal, inky evening, bats discover an open library window and fly in to enjoy the photocopier, water fountain, and especially the books and stories found there.
Pearl and Wagner : one funny day By McMullan, Kate Dewey: -E-
April Fools' Day turns into a bad day for Wagner the mouse when his best friend, Pearl the rabbit, and other children and adults at school play tricks on him.
The three little aliens and the big bad robot By McNamara, Margaret Dewey: -E-
Three aliens set off to find a new planet for themselves but soon Bork and Gork have forgotten all of their mother's good advice and only Nklxwcyz builds a home safe enough to withstand the Big Bad Robot in this story reminiscent of "The Three Little Pigs."
Annie and Simon By O'Neill, Catharine Dewey: -E-
Contains four stories that follow the adventures of young Annie, her very patient older brother Simon, and their dog Hazel, as they go on a canoe ride, suffer a bee sting, think about careers, and look for falling stars.
My best friend is as sharp as a pencil : and other funny classroom portraits By Piven, Hanoch, 1963- Dewey: -E-
When her grandma asks her about school, a girl draws a class portrait, adding details that show what makes each person special.
Henry and Mudge and Annie's good move : the eighteenth book of their adventures By Rylant, Cynthia Dewey: -E-
When Henry's cousin Annie prepares to move in next door, he and Mudge help calm her fears.
Annie and Snowball and the pink surprise By Rylant, Cynthia Dewey: -E-
After noticing that a visiting hummingbird likes her pink petunias, Annie and her rabbit Snowball, accompanied by Henry and his dog Mudge, fill the garden with pink objects to attract more hummingbirds.
Epossumondas plays possum By Salley, Coleen Dewey: -E-
Forgetting his mother's warnings, Epossumondas goes into the swamp alone then must pretend to be dead time and again as he hears frightening sounds and fears they are being made by the dreaded loup garou.
A sick day for Amos McGee By Stead, Philip Christian Dewey: -E-
Zookeeper Amos McGee, who is adored by all the animals, gets some unexpected guests while home sick one day.
Knuffle Bunny free : an unexpected diversion By Willems, Mo Dewey: -E-
While traveling with her family to Holland to visit her grandparents, Trixie once again loses her beloved Knuffle Bunny.
I will surprise my friend! By Willems, Mo Dewey: -E-
Gerald the elephant and Piggie, who are best friends, play a game to surprise each other by a big rock and their fun takes a strange turn when Gerald gets worried.
A chair for always By Williams, Vera B Dewey: -E-
Rosa is excited when her new cousin, Benji, is born, but when Grandma wants to remove a beloved armchair, Rosa puts her foot down and insists that the chair, just like Benji, is a member of the family.
Unfamiliar magic By Alexander, R. C. (Robert C.) Dewey: -Fic-
Twelve-year-old witch Desi secretly uses her mother's spellbook with unexpected results, including meeting her warlock father for the first time and becoming like sisters with Cat, who was once her mother's familiar.
Forge By Anderson, Laurie Halse Dewey: -Fic-
Curzon, having matured from boy to man over the course of the winter with the army at Valley Forge, worries that someone will learn he is a runaway slave passing for free, and tries to figure out the meaning of his friendship with Isabel.
Chains By Anderson, Laurie Halse Dewey: -Fic-
After being sold to a cruel couple in New York City, a slave named Isabel spies for the rebels during the Revolutionary War.
The strange case of Origami Yoda By Angleberger, Tom Dewey: -Fic-
Sixth-grader Tommy and his friends describe their interactions with a paper finger puppet of Yoda, worn by their weird classmate Dwight, as they try to figure out whether or not the puppet can really predict the future. Includes instructions for making Origami Yoda.
Seaglass summer By Banerjee, Anjali Dewey: -Fic-
While spending a month on an island off the coast of Washington helping in her Uncle Sanjay's veterinary clinic, eleven-year-old Poppy Ray soon questions her decision to follow in her uncle's footsteps.
The Penderwicks at Point Mouette By Birdsall, Jeanne Dewey: -Fic-
Rosalind heads to the beach when summer arrives, and the rest of the Penderwick girls go to a cozy cottage in Maine with Aunt Claire, leaving Skye feeling slightly overwhelmed with her new role as the oldest available Penderwick.
School days according to Humphrey By Birney, Betty G Dewey: -Fic-
Humphrey the hamster is excited to return to room 26 on the first day of school, and though he is at first shocked to see an all new group of students, he soon comes to know and love them, and gets understandably nervous when he hears talk of moving him from Mrs. Brisbane's room.
Quarterback season By Bowen, Fred Dewey: -Fic-
As a school assignment, eighth-grader Matt Monroe keeps a journal about his team's football season.
Soccer team upset By Bowen, Fred Dewey: -Fic-
Tyler's hope that his soccer team will be undefeated is dashed when his friend Zack, the team's star midfielder, and two more of the Cougars' best players accept an offer to play for an elite travel team.
Dragon castle By Bruchac, Joseph, 1942- Dewey: -Fic-
Young Prince Rashko, frequently frustrated with his family which he has come to think of as a pack of fools, learns they are not as witless as he thought when his parents disappear leaving him to manage the castle and kingdom.
Bad kitty meets the baby By Bruel, Nick Dewey: -Fic-
Bad Kitty is not pleased when a baby joins her family. Includes fun facts and tips for training a cat to perform tricks.
Troublemaker By Clements, Andrew, 1949- Dewey: -Fic-
When his older brother gets in serious trouble, sixth-grader Clay decides to change his own mischief-making ways, but he cannot seem to shake his reputation as a troublemaker.
Extra credit By Clements, Andrew, 1949- Dewey: -Fic-
Three young middle-school-age children, Abby, Amira, and Sadeed, exchange letters back and forth between the prairies of Illinois and the mountains of Afghanistan and begin to bridge a gap across cultural and religious divides.
Artemis Fowl : the Atlantis complex By Colfer, Eoin Dewey: -Fic-
When an army of fairy space probes programmed to destroy Atlantis return to Earth, Artemis Fowl attempts to stop the destruction of the city while dealing with his delusional and obsessive-compulsive disorders.
Cheesie Mack is not a genius or anything By Cotler, Stephen L Dewey: -Fic-
Ronald "Cheesie" Mack shares memories, thoughts, and drawings about everything that happened before, during, and after fifth grade graduation.
Jake By Couloumbis, Audrey Dewey: -Fic-
Ten-year-old Jake forms an unexpected bond with his estranged grandfather after his mother's injury puts the pair together in time for the Christmas holiday.
The lemonade crime By Davies, Jacqueline, 1962- Dewey: -Fic-
When money disappears from fourth-grader Evan's pocket and everyone thinks that his annoying classmate Scott stole it, Evan's younger sister stages a trial involving the entire class, trying to prove what happened.
Falling in By Dowell, Frances O'Roark Dewey: -Fic-
Middle-schooler Isabelle Bean follows a mouse's squeak into a closet and falls into a parallel universe where the children believe she is the witch they have feared for years, finally come to devour them.
Out of my mind By Draper, Sharon M. (Sharon Mills) Dewey: -Fic-
Considered by many to be mentally retarded, a brilliant, impatient fifth-grader with cerebral palsy discovers a technological device that will allow her to speak for the first time.
The absolute value of Mike By Erskine, Kathryn Dewey: -Fic-
Mike, a fourteen-year-old boy with a math learning disability, is sent to rural Pennsylvania for the summer to work on an engineering project, and while his plans to impress his mathematician father fall flat when Mike discovers the project has nothing to do with engineering, he learns much more valuable lessons while working with his eccentric, elderly aunt, a homeless man, and a punk rock girl as part of a town-wide effort to adopt a Romanian orphan.
Change-up : mystery at the World Series By Feinstein, John Dewey: -Fic-
While covering the World Series, teen reporters Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol uncover some inconsistencies in the life story of a popular, new pitcher and begin to investigate.
The fabled fifth graders of Aesop Elementary School By Fleming, Candace Dewey: -Fic-
Throughout their fifth-grade year, a group of rambunctious students learns fable-like lessons from extraordinary activities, singing hamsters, and eccentric teachers, led by the inimitable Mr. Jupiter.
Abigail Iris : the pet project By Glatt, Lisa, 1963- Dewey: -Fic-
When Abigail Iris finally gets the new kitten she has been wanting, she learns about the responsibilities that come with pet ownership, as well as the impact a kitten can have on a large family like hers.
The Brooklyn nine : a novel in nine innings By Gratz, Alan, 1972- Dewey: -Fic-
Follows the fortunes of a German immigrant family through nine generations, beginning in 1845, as they experience American life and play baseball.
Baseball great By Green, Tim, 1963- Dewey: -Fic-
All twelve-year-old Josh wants to do is play baseball but when his father, a minor league pitcher, signs him up for a youth championship team, Josh finds himself embroiled in a situation with potentially illegal consequences.
The talent show By Gutman, Dan Dewey: -Fic-
Cape Bluff Elementary School hosts a talent show and a ballerina, comedian, rapper, singer, and rock musician enter, but no one knows which kid will win.
Cabin Fever Diary of A Wimpy Kid book #6 By Kinney,,Jeff Dewey: -Fic-
Greg, stuck indoors with his family over the holiday because of a blizzard, suffers from claustrophobia and worries they will not be able to weather the storm.
Alvin Ho : allergic to camping, hiking, and other natural disasters By Look, Lenore Dewey: -Fic-
Alvin makes a new friend and learns that he can be brave despite his fear of everything when his father takes him camping, hoping to install a love of nature like that of their hometown hero, Henry David Thoreau.
Hero By Lupica, Mike Dewey: -Fic-
Fourteen-year-old Zach learns he has the same special abilities as his father, who was the president's globe-trotting troubleshooter until "the Bads" killed him, and now Zach must decide whether to use his powers in the same way at the risk of his own life.
Heat By Lupica, Mike Dewey: -Fic-
Pitching prodigy Michael Arroyo is on the run from social services after being banned from playing Little League baseball because rival coaches doubt he is only twelve years old and he has no parents to offer them proof.
The big field By Lupica, Mike Dewey: -Fic-
When fourteen-year-old baseball player Hutch feels threatened by the arrival of a new teammate named Darryl, he tries to work through his insecurities about both Darryl and his remote and silent father, who was once a great ballplayer too.
Hot hand By Lupica, Mike Dewey: -Fic-
In the wake of his parents' separation, ten-year-old Billy seems to have continual conflicts with his father, who is also his basketball coach, but his quiet, younger brother Ben, a piano prodigy, is having even more trouble adjusting, and only Billy seems to notice.
Amelia Bedelia bakes off By Parish, Herman Dewey: -Fic-
Amelia Bedelia inadvertently enters a baking contest and goes from being a smart cookie to a fortune cookie.
Liar, liar : the theory, practice, and destructive properties of deception By Paulsen, Gary Dewey: -Fic-
Fourteen-year-old Kevin is very good at lying and doing so makes life easier, but when he finds himself in big trouble with his friends, family, and teachers, he must find a way to end his lies forever.
Big Nate : in a class by himself By Peirce, Lincoln Dewey: -Fic-
Supremely confident middle school student Nate Wright manages to make getting detention from every one of his teachers in the same day seem like an achievement.
Clementine : Friend of the Week By Pennypacker, Sara, 1951- Dewey: -Fic-
With her kitten, Moisturizer, missing and having fought with her best friend, Margaret, eight-year-old Clementine finds it hard to concentrate on doing her best as her classmate's Friend of the Week.
Slob By Potter, Ellen, 1963- Dewey: -Fic-
Picked on, overweight genius Owen tries to invent a television that can see the past to find out what happened the day his parents were killed.
Found By Prineas, Sarah Dewey: -Fic-
Connwaer, the young thief-turned-wizard's apprentice, escapes from prison and follows the call of magic to the distant and mysterious Dragon Mountain on a quest to save Wellmet from Arhionvar, dread magic that can destroy the city.
The clueless girl's guide to being a genius By Repka, Janice Dewey: -Fic-
When Aphrodite Wigglesmith, a thirteen-year-old, Harvard-educated mathematics genius, returns home to teach remedial math to middle school students, both she and her students end up getting unexpected lessons.
The throne of fire By Riordan, Rick Dewey: -Fic-
Carter and Sadie must outsmart the House of Life and the gods of chaos in order to complete their worldwide search for an ancient Egyptian book.
The son of Neptune By Riordan, Rick Dewey: -Fic-
Demigod Percy Jackson, still with no memory, and his new friends from Camp Jupiter, Hazel and Frank, go on a quest to free Death, but their bigger task is to unite the Greek and Roman camps so that the Prophecy of Seven can be fulfilled.
Hothead : a novel By Ripken, Cal, 1960- Dewey: -Fic-
Connor Sullivan, All-Star third baseman on his Babe Ruth League team, has a terrible temper and problems at home, but when the sports editor of the school paper threatens to publish an embarrassing story about his tantrums, Connor must make a change.
The Celestial Globe By Rutkoski, Marie Dewey: -Fic-
Thirteen-year-old Petra, her tin spider Astrophil, and their Roma friends Neel and Tomik are surprised by revelations about Dee, Kit, and Petra's father as they face Prince Rodolfo of Bohemia, who will do anything to possess a powerful object, the Celestial Globe.
The Jewel of the Kalderash By Rutkoski, Marie Dewey: -Fic-
Fourteen-year-old Petra, her tin spider Astrophil, and their friends become entangled in the competition for the Roma crown and set out for Prague in hopes of finally finding a cure for Petra's father.
Calvin Coconut : kung fooey By Salisbury, Graham Dewey: -Fic-
Fourth-grader Cal learns a lot about teasing and standing up for others when a weird new student joins his class, while Stella, the tenth-grader who lives with Cal's family to help his mother, practices for her driving test.
The night fairy By Schlitz, Laura Amy Dewey: -Fic-
When Flory the night fairy's wings are accidentally broken and she cannot fly, she has to learn to do everything differently.
Milo : sticky notes and brain freeze By Silberberg, Alan Dewey: -Fic-
In love with the girl he sneezed on the first day of school and best pals with Marshall, the "One Eyed Jack" of friends, seventh-grader Milo Cruikshank misses his mother whose death has changed everything at home.
What happened on Fox Street By Springstubb, Tricia Dewey: -Fic-
Fox Street means everything to Mo Wren, who is nearly eleven, and so she is very upset when a land developer offers to buy her father's house, especially since she has not yet found the fox she is sure lives in the nearby ravine.
Museum of thieves By Tanner, Lian Dewey: -Fic-
Goldie, an impulsive and bold twelve-year-old, escapes the oppressive city of Jewel, where children are required to wear guardchains for their protection, and finds refuge in the extraordinary Museum of Dunt, an ever-shifting world where she discovers a useful talent for thievery and mysterious secrets that threaten her city and everyone she loves.
City of lies By Tanner, Lian Dewey: -Fic-
Twelve-year-old Goldie, impulsive and bold, relies on her skills as a liar and a thief to try to rescue her captured friends from the child-stealers running rampant in the City of Spoke.
Fake out By Wallace, Rich Dewey: -Fic-
Ben practices a new move that he hopes will help his soccer team make it to the league play-offs, but has trouble executing it on the field and worries he does not have what it takes to win.
Benched By Wallace, Rich Dewey: -Fic-
Nine-year-old Ben, having been benched for aggressive play during an important soccer game, tries to figure out how he can help his team earn a spot in the tournament from the sidelines.
As simple as it seems By Weeks, Sarah Dewey: -Fic-
Eleven-year-old Verbena Polter gets through a difficult summer of turbulent emotions and the revelation of a disturbing family secret with an odd new friend who believes she is the ghost of a girl who drowned many years before.
Scholastic book of world records 2012 By Morse, Jenifer Corr Dewey: 031
The world almanac for kids 2012 Dewey: 031.02
Contains statistics, facts, lists, and stories that provide information on over forty topics of interest to kids, including science, technology, birthdays, fashion, disasters, and money; and features photographs, maps, charts, lists, and quizzes.
Action optical illusions By Seckel, Al Dewey: 152.14
A collection of optical illusions, many of which give the impression of movement or dimension.
Martina the beautiful cockroach : a Cuban folktale By Deedy, Carmen Agra Dewey: 398.2
A humorous retelling of a Cuban folktale in which a cockroach interviews her suitors in order to decide whom to marry.
The great race By O'Malley, Kevin, 1961- Dewey: 398.2
Retells the traditional tale of the tortoise and the hare as a match between the very vain Lever Lapin and Nate Turtle, who is tired of all of the publicity Lever's speed generates.
Trolls By Jeffrey, Gary Dewey: 398.22
Relates, in graphic novel format, some of the common characteristics of the trolls of folklore, as well as telling the tale "The Trolls of Heldale Woods," in which two brothers use their wits to triumph over a family of trolls, and describing some other popular troll tales.
Sign language for kids : a fun & easy guide to American sign language By Heller, Lora Dewey: 419
Color photos illustrate sign language for numbers, letters, colors, feelings, animals, and clothes.
Learn to sign the fun way! : let your fingers do the talking with games, puzzles, and activities in American Sign Language By Warner, Penny Dewey: 419
A guide to learning American Sign Language, describing and illustrating the manual alphabet, as well as signs for numbers, people, animals, food and drink, clothing, colors, sports, feelings, and other subjects, and including a selection of sign language games and activities.
Muddy as a duck puddle and other American similes By Lawlor, Laurie Dewey: 425
An illustrated collection of alphabetically arranged similes, with an author's note that discusses the origins of each expression.
Gas giants : huge far off worlds By Jefferis, David Dewey: 523.4
Presents an illustrated discussion of Uranus and Neptune, covering their temperatures, moons, rings, rotation, and more, and includes information about the Keck observatory and online sources for viewing the night sky.
The sun : star of the solar system By James, Lincoln Dewey: 523.7
A brief introduction to the sun, the star at the center of the solar system, describing its composition, unique characteristics, and importance as an energy source.
The Earth and the moon By Elkins-Tanton, Linda T Dewey: 525
Provides information about the planet Earth, covering its size, orbit, appearance, atmosphere, moon, surface water, and more; and includes facts about space missions, global climate change, planetary evolution, and other related topics.
Mixtures and solutions By Aloian, Molly Dewey: 541
Introduces students to mixtures and solutions, discussing matter, elements, properties, ions, compounds, alloys, colloids, and other related topics.
Elements and compounds By Brent, Lynnette, 1974- Dewey: 546
Introduces students to elements and compounds, discussing the periodic table, metals, nonmetals, halogens, noble gases, chemical bonds, and organic compounds.
Water cycle By Purslow, Frances Dewey: 551.48
An introduction to the water cycle that discusses clouds, precipitation, access to fresh water around the world, evaporation, pollution, and other related topics.
Vapor, rain, and snow : the science of clouds and precipitation By Fleisher, Paul Dewey: 551.57
An introduction to meteorology that focuses on clouds and rain, explaining the water cycle, how clouds are formed, and how water in the atmosphere is measured, and describing the different types of clouds and precipitation.
How the rock cycle works By Bryan, Bethany Dewey: 552
A discussion of how rocks transform from magma to igneous material, sediments, sedimentary rock, metamorphic rock, and back again, covering the layers of the Earth, erosion, intrusive and extrusive features, and more, with illustrations.
What is a food chain? By Kalman, Bobbie Dewey: 577
Photographs and simple text introduce students to food chains, explaining what they are and what role they play in the life cycle.
Earth : feeling the heat By Guiberson, Brenda Z Dewey: 577.27
Describes the effects of global warming on animals and habitats around the world, and reinforces that people can help.
The watcher : Jane Goodall's life with the chimps By Winter, Jeanette Dewey: 590
An illustrated biography of British primatologist Jane Goodall, describing her childhood, the years she spent in the African forests to observe chimpanzees, and her efforts to protect and preserve primates and their habitats.
Never smile at a monkey : and 17 other important things to remember By Jenkins, Steve, 1952- Dewey: 591.6
Presents an illustrated discussion of what not to do around various dangerous animals, with warnings about petting a platypus, touching a tang fish, or pulling a python's tail.
Down, down, down : a journey to the bottom of the sea By Jenkins, Steve, 1952- Dewey: 591.779
Illustrations explore the ocean from the birds and waves down to the deepest, darkest bottom; and feature jellyfish, squid, whales, and more.
Nic Bishop lizards. By Bishop, Nic, 1955- Dewey: 597.95
Full color photographs and easy-to-follow text profile different types of lizards, with information about their habitat, physical characteristics, diet, and survival skills.
Skeletal system By Haywood, Karen Dewey: 611
Presents an illustrated discussion of the skeletal system, covering the types, structure, and various functions of bones and joints, problems such as breaks, arthritis, and scoliosis, and how to maintain a healthy skeletal system with diet and exercise.
The amazing circulatory system : how does my heart work? By Burstein, John Dewey: 612.1
Combines explanatory text, illustrations, photographs, and activities to provide an overview of the circulatory system and how it works.
Circulation By Orr, Tamra Dewey: 612.1
Helps children learn about the human body's circulatory system through simple science experiments and easy-to-follow explanations.
Lungs By Caster, Shannon Dewey: 612.2
An introduction to the human respiratory system that explains how the lungs work, what role they play in keeping people alive and healthy, and what happens when something goes wrong.
The dynamic digestive system : how does my stomach work? By Burstein, John Dewey: 612.3
Combines explanatory text, illustrations, photographs, and activities to provide an overview of the digestive system and how it works.
I feel better with a frog in my throat : history's strangest cures By Beccia, Carlyn Dewey: 615.8
Explores the history of medicine, looking at some of the unusual methods that have been used to try to make people feel better, and traces links between the medicine of the past and modern-day treatments.
A wizard from the start : the incredible boyhood & amazing inventions of Thomas Edison By Brown, Don, 1949- Dewey: 621.3
Introduces young children to the life and inventions of Thomas Edison.
Robots in space By Forest, Christopher Dewey: 629.43
Describes robots that do work in space and robots that explore the solar system.
Robots and artificial intelligence By Brasch, Nicolas Dewey: 629.8
Provides answers to thirteen questions about robots and artificial intelligence, discussing the technology used to build them, how they work, their uses, and other related topics.
Pop! : the invention of bubble gum By McCarthy, Meghan Dewey: 664
A collection of amusing historical facts on the invention of bubble gum.
Star Wars adventures : Han Solo and the hollow moon of Khorya By Barlow, Jeremy Dewey: 741.5
Han and Chewbacca have to rely on Han's former partner who they are unsure if they can trust in order to avoid being caught between gangsters and the Empire.
Manga math mysteries. #8,The runaway puppy : a mystery with probability By Barriman, Lydia Dewey: 741.5
When Amy's puppy runs away, the kung fu students make a bar chart showing places the dog is most familiar with and how often she has visited them in order to determine the probability of where she might be.
Hoop rat By Ciencin, Scott Dewey: 741.5
Trey, the Spartans' team captain, becomes fast friends with Griffin, the newest member of their squad, but the rest of the Spartans think Griff, who used to play for the Spartans' biggest rivals, is a rat. His teammates want him to betray his friendship with Griff to save their season, but if they're wrong about Griff, then Trey will endup the rat.
The amusement park mystery By Denton, Shannon Eric Dewey: 741.5
The Aldens search for carousel horses that have disappeared from an amusement park.
Mystery in the sand By Dunn, Joeming W Dewey: 741.5
A graphic novel adaptation of the Boxcar Children mystery involving a friendly writer with a metal detector, the mysterious inhabitants of a tower house, and the discovery of a locket in the sand.
Skateboard breakdown By Fein, Eric Dewey: 741.5
Ty Taggert's anger over his brother's death in combat has affected his usually great skateboarding. With help from his best friend Edwin, Ty pulls himself together for the state skating tournament, where a wipeout threatens to derail his chances at winning after all.
Zita the spacegirl. Book one,Far from home By Hatke, Ben Dewey: 741.5
Zita rushes to the rescue after her best friend is abducted by an alien doomsday cult, and, before long, finds herself hailed as an intergalactic hero.
Squish. No. 1,Super Amoeba By Holm, Jennifer L Dewey: 741.5
The young amoeba Squish, inspired by his favorite comic book hero, Super Amoeba, tries to navigate his way through school and save his friends and the world from the evils that lurk in the halls.
Bella's boat surprise By Jones, Christianne C Dewey: 741.5
Bella is disappointed to learn that her family boat trip is onboard a motorboat, but soon begins to have fun. Includes discussion questions and writing prompts.
The kickball kids By Meister, Cari Dewey: 741.5
Kyle and his friends meet at the park every Saturday to play kickball and when they decide they are ready, the Kicking Kids enter a big kickball tournament.
T-Rex vs. Robo-Dog 3000 By Nickel, Scott Dewey: 741.5
David's brother, Darrin, creates a radio-controlled dog, and, when a T Rex is transported from the past, the dog turns into the ultimate fighting machine and stops at nothing to protect the boys.
The wolfboy's wish By O'Reilly, Sean, 1974- Dewey: 741.5
When he discovers a magic lamp with a wish-granting genie inside, Talbot the werewolf sees a chance to get out of summer school and his homework assignment.
Where's Waldo? : the fantastic journey By Handford, Martin Dewey: 793.7
Prompts readers to find the elusive Waldo in twelve color spreads as he embarks on a journey among the Gobbling Gluttons, the Battling Monks, the Deep-sea Divers, and the Underground Hunters in search of a special scroll; includes lists of other items to find as well.
Where's Waldo now? By Handford, Martin Dewey: 793.7
The reader follows Waldo as he travels through different time periods in history and must try to find him in the illustrations of some of the crowded events in which he participates.
Where's Waldo? By Handford, Martin Dewey: 793.73
The reader is instructed to find Waldo in some of the crowded places he visits around the world. Includes magnifying lens.
Soccer skills for young players By Buxton, Ted Dewey: 796.334
A training manual for young soccer players. It contains a wide range of drills.
The world's greatest soccer players By Doeden, Matt Dewey: 796.334
Briefly describes the careers, lists the achievements, and provides the statistics of significant players in soccer, including Ronaldinho, Gigi Buffon, Sergio Ramos, Samuel Eto'o, and others.
Soccer skills By Gifford, Clive Dewey: 796.334
Step-by-step illustrations demonstrate a number of soccer skills including controlling the ball, passing, tackling, volleying, and shooting.
Henry Aaron's dream By Tavares, Matt Dewey: 796.357
Chronicles the childhood of Henry Aaron, describing his dream of becoming a major league baseball player.
A dazzling display of dogs : concrete poems By Franco, Betsy Dewey: 811
A collection of visual poems by American writer Betsy Franco, centered on the strange behaviors of dogs, including descriptions of obedience school, backyard escapes, and indiscriminate appetites.
Keep on! : the story of Matthew Henson, co-discoverer of the North Pole By Hopkinson, Deborah Dewey: 910.911
An illustrated story of Matthew Henson who, along with Robert Peary and four Inuit men, reached the North Pole in April 1909.
How the sphinx got to the museum By Hartland, Jessie Dewey: 932
Follows the history of the sphinx of Pharoah Hatshepust from its creation in ancient Egypt to New York City's Metropolitan Museum.
Pharaoh's boat By Weitzman, David, 1936- Dewey: 932
Provides an illustrated account of the construction of Egyptian pharaoh Cheops' funeral boat, and discusses its discovery centuries later during an archaeological dig.
Who was first? : discovering the Americas By Freedman, Russell Dewey: 970.01
Examines the evidence that indicates others may have traveled to the Americas before Columbus in 1492 including Viking ruins, Mayan stonework, and other mysterious objects found in New England that date before Columbus.
Queen of the Falls By Van Allsburg, Chris Dewey: 971.3
Recounts the stunt performed by sixty-two-year-old retired charm school instructor Annie Edson Taylor, who went over Niagara Falls in a wooden barrel in an effort to gain fame and fortune.
Ben Franklin : his wit and wisdom from A-Z By Schroeder, Alan Dewey: 973.3
An illustrated overview of Benjamin Franklin's inventions, wisdom, and accomplishments.