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    I So Don't Do Mysteries

    I So Don't Do Mysteries

    by Barrie Summy

    So here I am spending spring break in California with my best friend, Junie. Our chaperone is a teenager, like us. And soon I'll get to hang out with the coolest, cutest boy in the Southwest. Life is so good.

    Except I should tell you that I'm not actually in San Diego for fun. Even though I'm a normal person who likes normal stuff — friends, clothes, the mall — I'm supposed to be solving a mystery, one that involves a rhino heist and a crazy chef. And I have to do it because my supercop mom is counting on me.

    Did I mention she's a ghost? A ghost who can make contact with only one person: Me, Sherry Holmes Baldwin. My mom is flunking out of the Academy of Spirits, and if I don't help her, she'll be banished to an afterlife for ghost failures.

    But... I so don't do mysteries.

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    No Dejes Que La Paloma Conduzca El Autobús!/Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!

    No Dejes Que La Paloma Conduzca El Autobús!/Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!

    by Mo Willems

    When a bus driver takes a break from his route, a very unlikely volunteer springs up to take his place -- a pigeon! But you've never met one like this before.

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Don't Know Much About the Presidents

Author: Kenneth C. Davis

Illustrator: Pedro Martin

Series: Don't Know Much About

Interest Level:
2-5

Lexile Framework:
970L

Grade Level Equivalent:
6.3

Guided Reading Level:
T

Age:
7-10

Subject:
The Presidency, Historic Figures, American History

About This Book

Did George Washington really chop down the cherry tree? How was James Madison a father if he didn't have any children? Where in the White House did William Howard Taft get stuck?

Hail to the Chief! The commander in chief is the leader of our nation the president of the United States. Here's your chance to learn about the presidents' inaugurations and important political achievements, as well as their nicknames, hobbies and even what kind of foods they did (and did not) eat. Discover how life in the White House has changed, and the diverse ways the First Ladies helped America.

Best-selling author Kenneth C. Davis packs fan facts and coot quotes into his signature question-and-answer format. Detailed timelines make it easy to follow the major landmarks in American history. Presidential portraits and humorous illustrations make the design very inviting.

Who knows? After you learn so much about the presidents, maybe you'll want to run for office someday, too!


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