A Dangerous Day In Georgia
by Cheri Earl
April 8, 1942 was a dangerous day. That's what the note said. The one from Mom and Dad. George and Gracie find it in their parents papers but they don't have a clue what it means.
Captain Awesome Gets a Hole-In-One
by Stan Kirby
When Eugene goes mini-golfing for Meredith Mooney's birthday party, he realizes he's actually an excellent mini-golfer! But Meredith realizes this too, and she starts to cheat so that she'll win. Will Eugene reveal her cheating ways?
Don't Wake the Dinosaur!
by Geronimo Stilton
It's the night of the big Cavemouse Idol competition, but Geronimo Stiltonoot isn't there. He has a cold, and goes to bed early. So when it's discovered that the contest's valuable grand prize has been stolen, Geronimo is the main suspect! He must prove his innocence . . . or he'll end up in enormouse trouble!
by Abby Hanlon
Dory, the youngest in her family, is a girl with a very active imagination, and she spends the summer playing with her imaginary friend, pretending to be a dog, battling monsters, and generally driving her family nuts.
Lunch Will Never Be the Same!
by Veera Hiranandani
When Camille, a tall French girl, arrives at school with unusual lunches, third-grader Phoebe neglects her best friend Sage to get invited to Camille's house for dinner to see what other mysterious food Camille eats.
by Carolyn Keene
When a statue is broken during her class' overnight trip to the museum, Nancy, Bess, and George try to get to the bottom of the mystery and find those responsible.
The Magic Box
by L.M. Falcone
When Max Monroe discovers an old detective agency in his grandfather's backyard, he also uncovers a spooky secret: the ghost of his great-uncle Larry! Max has always been obsessed with mystery books, so when Larry is given a second chance to prove he's a capable detective, they team up to help find a missing birthday girl.
The Princess in Black
by Shannon Hale
Who says princesses don't wear black? When trouble raises its blue monster head, Princess Magnolia ditches her flouncy dresses and becomes the Princess in Black!
The Squirting Donuts
by David A. Adler
Danny and Calvin decide to find out why their fourth-grade teacher, Mrs. Cakel, is suddenly behaving very strangely by not only failing to enforce her many rules, but by violating some herself.