A Tail of Camelot
by Julie Leung
Young mouse Calib Christopher dreams of becoming a Knight of the Round Table. For generations, his family has led the mice who live just out of sight of the humans, defending Camelot from enemies both big and small. But when Calib and his friend Cecily discover that a new threat is gathering - one that could catch even the Two-Leggers unaware - it is up to them to unmask the real enemy, unite their forces, and save the castle they all call home.
by Kirby Larson
In 1940s New Orleans, Fish Elliot is a polio-survivor with a knack for inventing and building things, and his African American neighbor Olympia is a girl with a talent for messing things up, but they are united in an effort to save a starving stray dog they call Liberty--and when Liberty is caged by a nasty farmer, they find an unlikely ally in a German prisoner of war, Erich, who is not much older than the two children.
Marvin and the Moths
by Matthew Holm
Middle school is off to a depressing start for Marvin Watson, his new baby brother is proving to be a disappointment, and now his town is being threatened by a horde of mutant bugs, including a hungry spider that quotes Shakespeare--and if that is not enough there are three sarcastic man-sized moths living in the attic.
The Best Man
by Richard Peck
Archer has four important role models in his life--his dad, his grandfather, his uncle Paul, and his favorite teacher, Mr. McLeod. When Uncle Paul and Mr. McLeod get married, Archer's sixth-grade year becomes one he'll never forget.
The Boy Who Knew Too Much
by III. Bolivar
When Mattie Larimore is sent to reform school he uncovers a creepy conspiracy, led by Headmaster Rooney, to fix all the problem children, including Mattie's brother--for good.
The Changer's Key
by Kent Davis
Training to become a soldier in a prophesied war, Ruby Teach endures experiments by army scientists who believe her blood holds the key to victory, while Captain Teach and her motley friends embark on a daring effort to rescue her.
The Infinity Year of Avalon James
by Dana Middleton
Facing bullying at home and her family being torn apart, Avalon anxiously waits with her best friend, Atticus, for the magical power they are supposed to inherit between their tenth and eleventh birthdays.
by Ridley Pearson
Before James grew up to be a ruthless, remorseless villain, he was a curious boy from Boston, with a penchant for trouble and an acid tongue. Thrown into a boarding school against his wishes, James winds up rooming with a most unlikely companion: a lanky British know-it-all named Sherlock Holmes ("Lock" to his friends).
The Ungrateful Dead
by Rose Cooper
All Annabel Craven wants is to be normal. But that's hard to do when ghosts keep texting her. And keeping her secret from her nosy new stepsister isn't going to be easy. When a ghost girl named Harper who begs Annabel to help her rejoin the living, Annabel warns her that it's impossible. Once you're dead, you can't just start living again... or can you?