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My Invisible Sister
Audience: 4th Grade - 8th Grade
Imagine having a thirteen-year-old sister that is invisible. She never gets blamed for all the crazy stuff that happens at home and in school. Things will fly, people trip and fall, and doors slam closed when Elizabeth is unhappy. Ten-year-old Frank has had to move 8 times in ten years because of her. Now that he has found a good friend and great neighbors, how can he save himself from another move?
Date read: 11/12/2010
Audience: 6th Grade - 8th Grade
After losing Uncle Press on Cloral, Bobby must continue fighting the evil St. Dane to save humanity without the guidance of his trusted mentor. Accompanied by Spader, the traveler from Cloral, he travels to First Earth only to find himself in New York City in the late 1930s. His quest takes him to Third Earth which places him in New York City 3000 years in the future. There he finds that changing history can have dire consequences for the past and the future. Can allowing a horrible tragedy that costs 36 people their lives be the way things were meant to be? Sometimes making the right choice is harder than it seems. Preceded by The Lost City of Faar. Followed by The Reality Bug.
Date read: 9/24/2010
Night the Heads Came
Audience: 6th Grade - 8th Grade
One night Leo and Tim are abducted by aliens who, after forcing them aboard their ship, release Leo, with vague memories of what happened. Then Tim reappears, having aged several years in just a few days, and brings with him bizarre drawings of shape-shifting aliens involved in a takeover attempt of the Earth.
Date read: 3/27/2009
Other Side of the Island
Audience: 5th Grade - 8th Grade
It is the eighteenth year of Enclosure, long after The Flood has destroyed the Earth and its inhabitants. Ten-year-old Honor and her parents have just moved to Island 365. Here, sky color is regulated and it almost never rains. Every family follows the rules, like obeying curfew and praying to Earth Mother. That is, every family except for Honor's. To begin with, Honor has a brother. The Corporation permits each family to have only one child. Strange things begin happening to Honor's parents and then the strangest thing of all happens-they disappear! Where have they gone? Journey with Honor as she finds out where her parents have gone, as well as other secrets of the Corporation.
Date read: 7/16/2009
it's ok and very futuristic
Pinky and Stinky
Audience: 4th Grade - 5th Grade
When Pinky and Stinky, two piglets, embark on a daring mission to be the first pigs on Pluto, things go horribly wrong. They crash land on the moon where they meet some not-so-friendly moon men, and end up in the middle of a conflict between the American space program, and a race of alien ice creatures. Other titles by the author include Monkey vs. Robot, Peanutbutter and Jeremy's best book ever!, and Monkey vs. Robot and the Crystal of Power.
Date read: 3/26/2009
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