It's a little weird when a sofa shows up by the bus stop one Tuesday morning. But what's really weird is what happens after River, Freak, and Fiona find a rare zucchini-colored crayon in the sofa. Call Number: J CLARK
Hating change and missing both her best friend and her dead goldfish, 11-year-old Ellie encounters a boy who strongly resembles her immortality-obsessed grandfather, in a story that introduces the work of famous historical scientists. By the three-time Newbery Honor-winning author of Turtle in Paradise.
When Billy reads the books he found in Dr. Libris's private library, the characters come alive on the mysterious island across the lake. It's up to Billy and his new friend Walter to figure out what's going on. Call Number: J GRABENST
Bethany is confused about the way her parents have been acting lately, especially when they suddenly bring her to stay with her aunt, whom she has never met before. Bethany's only hint is a few overheard remarks about someone named Elizabeth. Call Number: J HADDIX
Ben is invited to join a science camp where he learns actuation, the ability to use his imagination to change reality. But then Dr. Hughes, the scientist who leads the program, is kidnapped, and Ben and his new friends must rescue her. Call Number: J KIRBY
The formulas for the laws that govern the universe are recorded in Books (with a capital B) only known to the Union. When Simon, a nerdy but ordinary sixth-grader, finds one of the Books, he is launched into an adventure that could determine the fate of the universe. Call Number: J REISMAN
Eleven-year-old Silver doesn't know where the Timekeeper is, or even what it looks like. She only knows is that it's a special clock her parents had when they disappeared in a railway accident, and that it probably has something to do with the time tornados that are causing strange phenomena in London. Call Number: J WINTERSO