Greg records his sixth-grade experiences in a middle school where he and his best friend, Rowley, undersized weaklings amid boys who need to shave twice daily, hope just to survive, but when Rowley grows more popular, Greg must take drastic measures to save their friendship.
Crash landing on a planet made up of strip malls, maniacal customer service robots and killer toilets, Rocket and Groot record, in riotous detail, their ensuing misadventures, including one drawn by Groot.
A latest volume of memoirs finds the long-suffering Timmy forced to endure a cross-country trip with his mother, accompanied by Total the polar bear, Doorman Dave and smells-like-a-tangerine criminal mastermind Molly Moskins.
Questioning his resolve to attend public school after years of being homeschooled when he is targeted by a mean-spirited bully, Max aspires to become like his favorite comic book heroes and finds an unexpected opportunity to do his best to be the hero his middle school needs. By the creator of the Dork Diaries series.
Discovering that their friend is secretly planning a dangerous tea ceremony to appease the spirits of ninjas past, Joey and Johnny invite themselves along to test their ninja skills while collecting important items for the ceremony.
Left with an abundance of scary props after rescuing a bus filled with monsters from a defunct amusement park ride, Desmond and his posse of pranksters organize a carnival of horrors for Cloverfield Junior High.
Performing three not-so-smart experiments on every Friday the 13th to keep life interesting, sixth-grade genius Nate Bannister super-sizes his cat and must reverse the experiment before it crushes the whole town, an endeavor that is complicated by the schemes of an evil society.
Hoping to snatch some breakfast treats for his hungry pals, Stick Dog endeavors to stop a moving truck, outfox a man on a telephone pole, calm down a very caffeinated Karen, and manage a confrontation between his friend Poo-Poo and a squirrel.
When children in his town begin waking up to discover that the Tooth Fairy has left them icky bugs instead of coins in exchange for fallen-out teeth, young Alfie is forced to book an appointment with a scary new dentist in town, in a U.S. release of a best-selling story by the National Book Award-winning author.