New York: Scholastic, 2010. Paperback. Very Good. 128 pages; edge wear; Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose are spending Halloween in Sleepy Hollow, home of the legendary Headless Horseman. But strange things start happening that don't seem to be part of the planned spooky fun. Is there a real Headless Horseman haunting Sleepy Hollow? Illustrations.
New York: HarperFestival, 2010-10-26. Paperback. Very Good. 248 pages; light edge wear; The "Dawn Treader" is the first ship Narnia has seen in centuries. King Caspian has built it for his voyage to find the seven lords, good men whom his evil uncle Miraz banished when he usurped the throne. The journey takes Edmund, Lucy, their cousin Eustace and Caspian to the Eastern Islands, beyond the Silver Sea, to adventures great and small and toward Aslan's country at the very End of the World. Enter this enchanted world countless times in "The Chronicles of Narnia." There are seven books in all:
New York: HarperCollins, 1994-01-07. Paperback. Fair. 372 pages; spine creasing, edge tears on covers, edge wear; This is Laura Ingalls Wilder's beloved story of how her husband Almanzo grew up as a farmer boy. This story is a unique glimpse into America's frontier past and is a heartwarming, unforgettable tale.
New York: Scholastic, 2007. Paperback. Very Good. 81 pages; edge wear, previous owner's name blacked-out inside cover;
New York: Scholastic Inc, 2002-06-01. Paperback. Very Good. 145 pages; edge wear; Mandy finds a distressed golden retriever tied up outside Animal Ark--with no sign of her owner. The dog is expecting puppies. Mandy can't believe anyone would be so cruel as to abandon this beautiful dog. Can she find the owner before the pups arrive?
Disney Press, 2008-08-12. Paperback. Good. 140 pages; edge wear; Based on the upcoming feature film from Walt Disney Pictures, set for release on August 1. A spoiled Beverly Hills Chihuahua named Chloe, voiced by Drew Barrymore, finds herself lost on the tough streets of Mexico. Includes an 8-page full-color insert.
New York: Scholastic Paperbacks, 2007-05-01. Paperback. Very Good. 80 pages; light edge wear; A new puppy to love in every story. Lizzie and Jack are fostering a whole family of dogs, but then little Buddy falls ill. He's so sweet and helpless! How will the poorly puppy find a home?
New York: Scholastic, 2001. Paperback. Very Good. 156 pages; light edge wear; The happy home life of Socks, the cat, is disrupted by the addition of a new baby to the household.
Disney Press, 2010-04-13. Paperback. Very Good. 148 pages; light edge wear; This junior novelization of the upcoming film from Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer, scheduled for release in theaters on May 28, includes an 8-page full-color insert of stills from the movie.
New York: Random House Books for Young Readers, 1993-08-24. Paperback. Very Good. 70 pages; edge wear;
New York: Poppy, 2008-02-05. Trade Paperback. Good. 227 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; This latest installment continues the story of an elite group of 13-year-old girls from the wealthy suburbs north of New York City, living in a sophisticated world of ferocious put-downs, fabulous gossip, and fantastic Frederic Fekkai haircuts.
New York: Scholastic Inc, 1973. Paperback. Good. 275 pages; spine crease, upper left corner of front cover missing, previous owner's stamp inside cover & on title page, edge wear; This beloved story follows the frontier adventures of Caddie Woodlawn, a tomboy growing up in Wisconsin during the 1860s. More likely to plow than bake, she's the despair of her mother and older sister. But when Indians threaten to massacre the settlers, it's Caddie who saves the day.
New York: Poppy, 2006-08-23. Trade Paperback. Good. 268 pages; small tear at spine edge of back cover, edge wear, previous owner's name inside cover (blacked out); The clique returns in this sixth juicy novel of the "New York Times" bestselling series about Westchester County's most exclusive private-school girls.
New York: Poppy, 2003-10. Trade Paperback. Good. 234 pages; faint spine crease, some edge wear, previous owner's name blacked out inside cover; Read on to catch up with more gossip-licious pleasure from the anonymous narrator who made her catty debut with Gossip Girl and has enthralled readers in the juicy sequels, You Know You Love Me and All I Want is Everything. In Because I'm Worth It, Gossip Girl dishes up more doses of hefty dirt on all her friends - New York's wealthiest private school teens. In fact, wintertime has never been hotter in NYC as things steam up all over Fifth Avenue. Sharp wit, intriguing characters, and high-stakes melodrama drive the action of this wildly popular series.
Boston: Poppy, 2008-04-02. Trade Paperback. Good. 279 pages; edge wear, slight curling to covers;
New York: Simon Spotlight Entertainment, 2000-09-01. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 118 pages; light edge wear; Westbridge High's American football team is having a run of good luck. The team are refusing to wash, as they think it will bring good luck. Sabrina and Dreama can't stand the smell and decide to teach the boys a lesson and show them how silly it is to be superstitious. But their plan backfires.
New York: Scholastic, 2002. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 216 pages; light edge wear; Open the book and let Princess Sylvie enter your world and dreams in this imaginative, intriguing and touching fantasy for children. Sylvie is eternally twelve years old and has been a princess for more than 80 years, ever since the novel she lives in was first published. But she longs to break free of the never-ending adventure. It's not that she doesn't like her story - she does - it's great - she's the heroine and it's full of excitement. But the trouble is that it's always exciting in the same way, and although Sylvie loves her storybook friends and family, she's getting bored. Then after many years of neglect the book is opened and, as a new reader gazes down into Chapter One, Sylvie breaks an important rule for all storybook characters - she looks at the Reader. Worse still, she gets to know the Reader, a shy young girl called Claire. And when Claire falls asleep with the book open, Sylvie enters the girl's dreams and discovers a new and exciting world. A world where adventures are rewritten daily, and dark, unpredictable dangers lie in wait - and where Sylvie must achieve one great, good thing to save the lives of everyone she loves.
New York: Putnam Juvenile, 1990-09-27. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Fair. Degen, Bruce. dust jacket has a long tear on spine, edge wear; boards have slight edge wear; "The terpsichorean dinosaurs in this collection of whimsical poems allemande left and pirouette in high style . . . Degen's detailed drawings brim with fun . . ".--Publishers Weekly. Full-color illustrations.
New York: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, 1992-06-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. light edge wear to jacket, some light scuffing; When everyone in the barnyard is too busy to listen to young Peter Pig's song, he leaves in search of a sympathetic soul, and finds one in a friendly frog.
Racine, WI: Western Publishing Company, 1981. Hardcover. Good. Tenggren, Gustaf. 24 pages; covers scuffed, edge wear, previous owner's name inside cover; Little Golden Book 304-33; classic Golden story of a family of ten fat rabbits that teaches the hungry lion to eat carrot stew--so that he doesn't eat them