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Adventures from the Land of Stories : Queen Red Riding Hood's guide to royalty / Colfer, Chris
Queen Red Riding Hood's guide to royalty
"Queen Red Riding Hood from the Land of Stories gives advice and makes observations on how to rule"--

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Descendants 2 : the novelization / Geron, Eric
At head of title:
Chapter-headings.
Children of criminals -- Fiction.
Magic -- Fiction
Preparatory schools -- Fiction

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Dominion / Arbuthnott, Shane.

Action and adventure fiction.
Fantasy fiction.
Fantasy fiction.

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Henry and the chalk dragon / Trafton, Jennifer

Elementary school student Henry draws a chalk dragon that escapes from the chalkboard, and becomes a threat to the entire town of Squashbuckle.

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Hocus pocus / Lyga, Barry
The Flash.
"This first installment in the Flash middle-grade series follows Barry Allen as he continues his mission to protect Central City"--

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Inside Hudson Pickle / Ridge, Yolanda

Adventure and adventurers -- Fiction.
Basketball -- Fiction.
Coming of age -- Fiction.
Friendship -- Fiction
Schools -- Fiction

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Payback / Loughead, Deb

"In this high-interest novel for middle readers, Dylan witnesses a crime but is worried about speaking up"--

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Penelope March is melting / Ruby, Jeff

Twelve-year-old bookworm Penelope becomes an unlikely hero when the iceberg she calls home starts to melt, and she must save it from a sinister force.

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Puritan girl, Mohawk girl / Demos, John.

In 1704, Mohawk Indians attack the frontier village of Deerfield, Massachusetts, kidnapping and marching over 100 residents, including seven-year-old Eunice Williams, to Canada where she is eventually adopted into a Mohawk family and remains there willingly for the rest of her life. Based on a true story.

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Robin Hood's best shot / Ross, Tony

"Do you know everything there is to know about Robin Hood and his Merry Men? Well, think again. Before they were famous, battling the nasty Sheriff of Nottingham, this famous band of heroes were normal boys with normal names. So how did they come to be called Robin Hood, Friar Tuck, Will Scarlett and Little John? Well, it's quite a story, and certainly not one for the faint-hearted"--From the publisher.