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    Secrets of a Lab Rat: Mom, There's a Dinosaur in Beeson's Lake

    Secrets of a Lab Rat: Mom, There's a Dinosaur in Beeson's Lake

    by Trudi Strain Trueit

    Scab McNally is convinced he almost caught a swamp creature in the local lake. So he heads back to his secret lab to invent a way to find proof in this hilarious story.

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    Main Street #7: Keeping Secrets

    Main Street #7: Keeping Secrets

    by Ann M. Martin

    Flora, Ruby, Olivia, and Nikki are sad that the Willets have moved out of the Row Houses - but they're excited when they hear the new neighbors will have kids nearly their age. One of them, Willow, seems like a natural fit for their group of friends. The only problem? Willow doesn't seem eager to be a part of life on Main Street.

    Evenutally, Flora discovers that Willow has a secret - a secret tied to the often erratic behavior of her mother. What's a good neighbor - and a new friend - to do?

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Secrets

Author: Christine Harris

Series: Undercover Girl (Book #1)

Interest Level:
4-7

Lexile Framework:
550L

Grade Level Equivalent:
4.2

Guided Reading Level:
T

Age:
9-12

Genre:
Adventure, Mystery and Suspense, Series

Subject:
Courage, Bravery, Heroism, Friends and Friendship, Technology, Honor

About This Book

Jesse Sharpe is no ordinary kid. She's an orphan, a genius, and a secret agent. Jesse has been assigned by C2 — the mysterious organization that raised her and taught her to be a spy — to protect another girl from a kidnap attempt.  Jesse will have to trail suspects, plant listening devices, crack codes, and kick occasional bad guy butt.

What Jesse doesn't know is whether she can trust C2 and the information she has been given — or if someone within the organization is trying to blow her cover.


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