New York: Scholastic, 2007. Paperback. Very Good. 64 pages; light edge wear; The fate of the world lies in the hand of a young boy who sets out to master the elements. This book tells of a Fire Nation prince's beginnings and his determination to capture the Avatar--and the Avatar's acceptance of his own destiny. Full color.
New York: Scholastic, 2007. Paperback. Very Good. 64 pages; edge wear; The new Avatar is given lessons by the Waterbending master. This book contains sections on Waterbending movements, healers, and Water tribe traditions. Full color.
New York: Scholastic, 2003-06-01. Paperback. Good. 128 pages; edge wear; GUARDIANS OF GA'HOOLE is a classic hero mythology about the fight between good and evil. This series is filled with adventure, suspense, and heart.In the first book in the GUARDIANS... series, the reader is introduced to Soren, a barn owl and the centerpiece of the series. When Soren is pushed from his family's nest by his older brother, he is rescued from certain death on the forest floor by agents from a mysterious school for orphaned owls, St. Aggie's. When Soren arrives at St. Aggie's, he suspects there is more to the school than meets the eye. He and his new friend, the clever and scrappy Gylfie, find out that St. Aggie's is actually a training camp where the school's leader can groom young owls to help achieve her goal
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 2008-07-26. Paperback. Very Good. 159 pages; edge wear; Available just in time for the August 15th release of "The Clone Wars" from Lucasfilm and Warner Bros. Pictures, this novelization retells the story of animated feature film set during the period between "Episode II" and "Episode III.
New York: Scholastic, 2009. Paperback. Good. 342 pages; spine creasing, creases in back cover, some edge wear; The day that Leo Zifkak became the owner of the music box, his life changed forever. Leo didnt know this at the time. His heart didnt miss a beat as he took the box calmly from his mother and put it on his desk. He had no idea what he was holding in his hands. The old music box has its rules, carefully handed down through the generations in Leos family. A long-ago ancestor called Rollo had brought it back from one of his world trips. It had a plain black shiny lid, but its sides were painted with detailed scenes of a town, a castle on a hill, a queen in a long blue gown. Those who had owned it before Leo understood its powers well, and placed strict limits on its use. But now it is Leos music box, and although he respects the rules, his least favourite cousin Mimi Langlander does not. When the rules are flouted and the Blue Queen appears and takes Mimis dog Mutt back to the world of Rondo, Leo finds himself on an alarming quest to retrieve him, with the disagreeable Mimi at his side.
Franklin, TN: Dalmation Press, 2011. Paperback. Very Good. Becker, Greg. 176 pages; light edge wear; It was Friday night. Mr and Mrs Darling were dining out. Nana had been tied up in the backyard. The poor dog was barking, for she could smell danger. And she was right - this was the night that Peter Pan would take the Darling children on the most breath-taking adventure of their lives, to a place called Neverland, a strange country where the lost boys live and never grow up, a land with mermaids, fairies and pirates - and of course the terrible, evil, Captain Hook. Peter Pan is undoubtedly one of the most famous and best-loved stories for children, an unforgettable, magical fantasy which has been enjoyed by generations.
New York: Scholastic, 1975. Paperback. Very Good. 190 pages; light edge wear; Feeling brave and grown-up, Ramona enters junior school oozing with enthusiasm, but she soon comes up against Mrs Griggs, a teacher who is perplexed by pupils who like to be different. As Ramona has a habit of being different, despite herself, the two of them are set on a collision course.
New York: Disney Press, 2005-08-02. Paperback. Very Good. 124 pages; light edge wear; Meet the Diffys, your typical twenty-second century family. When their time-travel machine breaks down in present-day suburban America, Phil and Pim Diffy are forced to enroll in an old-fashioned institution known as ''school.'' Brilliant Pim thinks of her classmates as primitive knuckle-dragging losers. But Phil decides to make the best of it by trying to befriend a popular girl named Keely. Unfortunately, his polyester 70's clothes (from a programming error in the Wardrobe-o-gram) and his love of math are about to give Phil his first lesson in twenty-first century society-the fate of being ''uncool.'' Plus Phil attempts to become popular by using a futuristic gadget that makes him look like a super-athlete. But if Pim gets her hands on that gadget, he may look like a super-laughingstock instead!
New York: Scholastic, Inc, 2003. Paperback. Very Good. 126 pages; light edge wear; When trendy Mel Beeby is recruited into an elite group of time-traveling angels, she finds out that angel business is a lot more dangerous than she ever could have suspected. In the first book of this new series, Mel finds herself in World War II London, fighting--alone--a very nasty soldier for the Opposition
New York: Simon & Schuster, 2007. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. DiTerlizzi, Tony. 75 pages; edge wear; Part three of The Seeing Stone.
Avon Books, 1995-07. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 194 pages; edge wear; The magic cupboard is locked in a bank vault with the key, but what if the key fits the sealed cashbox that Omri finds in the eaves of his new home? What will Omri find inside the eaves of his new home? Will there be more little figures that come to life? After Omri reads his great-great-great-aunt's account, he longs to try the key. And when his friend Patrick comes to stay, nothing can stop him!
New York: Scholastic, 1987. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 124 pages; light edge wear; Harry gets a very unusual computer for his 12th birthday. It cries. It flashes the living room lights when it wants attention. When the computer's former owner comes over to solve these tantrums, Harry's detested brother Roger steals the computer . . . and they both disappear.
New York: Ace, 2002-02-26. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 044100914X edge wear; A boy and dog trapped aboard the legendary ship, the Flying Dutchman, are sent off on an eternal journey by an avenging angel, roaming the earth throughout the centuries in search of those in need. Their travels lead them to Chapelvale, a sleepy nineteenth century village whose very existence is at stake. Only by discovering the buried secrets and solving the dust-laden riddles of the ancient village can it be saved. This will take the will and wile of all the people-and a very special boy and dog!
New York: Scholastic, 2001. Trade Paperback. New. 0439322286 Six children relate their experiences with an unpredictable old wishing well that involves them in some magical adventures during an eventful autumn.
New York: Simon Spotlight Entertainment, 1999. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. New. When Sabrina unintentionally insults a leprechaun, he vows to plague Sabrina with pranks until she learns some respect -- or until she steals the King of the Leprechauns' gold, which is stashed at the end of the rainbow. Then Harvey, Libby, and Mr. Kraft eat Aunt Hilda's special shamrock cookies (which allow mortals, on St. Patrick's Day, to see the magical little people around them), and they board the rainbow. Can Sabrina and her friends make it to the pot of gold -- and back to the mortal realm?
New York: Puffin, 1995. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 0140375953 hinge crease, light cover crease, edge wear; Barney is all set to spend two weeks doing nothing at his parents' summer house. But then he meets the neighbors, and things start to get interesting. Zena, Manny, and Joe are not your average folks on vacation. In fact, Barney suspects they're not from Earth at all. Not only are they physically perfect in every way, but they don't seem to have jobs or permanent addresses, and they are addicted to a strange role-playing game called Interstellar Pig. As Barney finds himself sucked into their bizarre obsession, he begins to wonder if Interstellar Pig is just a game.
New York: Eos, 2003. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. New. 171 pp; Do you believe in magic? Timothy Hunter is just like any other thirteen-year-old boy in London . . . except for the tiny fact that he might be the most powerful magician of his time. An enigmatic man named Tamlin has decided that Tim is the key to saving the dying world of Faerie. But exactly how Tim is supposed to do that - and who Tamlin really is - remains to be seen. . . .
New York: Hyperion, 2003. First Edition. Hardcover. New/New. 0786819405 One-star witches Claire and Luna may be identical twins, but on the inside, the sisters are as different as ... dogs and salamanders! When their five-star witch grandmother performs a new spell, the girls are transformed into their animal selves. Luna is delighted to be a puppy; Claire is horrified to discover she's an amphibian! If they learn to use the shape-shifting to help someone, though, the twins will earn their magical spy globes. The girls nearly forget about the spy globes when their stepmother, Fluffy, introduces them to TV star Melody Malady. Claire is immediately starstruck. Luna, on the other hand, is not so terribly impressed with Melody. With a little unsupervised magic-and some hair-raising animal transformations- the girls discover what it really means to be sisters and friends