Adler, David A.  Young Cam Jansen and the Dinosaur Game (and other Young Cam Jansen stories)

Adler, David A.  Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Stolen Diamonds (and other Cam Jansen stories)

Readers can solve puzzles along with spunky Cam as she solves mysteries.

Brown, Marc  Arthur's Mystery Envelope (and other Arthur Chapter Books)

It looks like trouble when the principal asks Arthur to take home a large envelope marked CONFIDENTIAL. His friends try to guess what's inside. It just might be information on...summer school! Will Arthur face the consequences or pretend to lose the envelope?

Byars, Betsy  Tornado

In the middle of a twister, Pete's stories about his beloved dog, Tornado, keep everyone calm.

Cohen, Barbara  Molly’s Pilgrim

Molly is unhappy in her new country until she helps to teach the class about the true meaning of freedom.

Gannett, Ruth Stiles  My Father’s Dragon

Elmer meets up with many animals and adventures in his journey to free a flying baby dragon.

Gardiner, John Reynolds  Stone Fox

Courageous Little Willie enters the National Dogsled Race to save his grandfather's farm.

Henkes, Kevin  Sheila Rae, the Brave

To prove she's not afraid of anything, Sheila Rae takes a new route home from school and ends up getting lost.

Isaacs, Anne  Swamp Angel

A tall tale about Angelica Longrider, the greatest woodswoman of Tennessee.

Lester, Julius  Sam and the Tigers: New Telling of Little Black Sambo

A witty, silly story of a clever young boy who outwits several hungry tigers.

MacLachlan, Patricia  Sarah, Plain and Tall

Set in the late nineteenth century, Anna and Caleb's windowed father sends for a mail order bride, Sarah, who comes to them from Maine.

Mosel, Arlene  Tikki Tikki Tembo

A retelling of an old Chinese folk tale explaining why the people of China used to give their first born sons long names and why they started giving them shorter ones instead.

Noble, Trinka Hakes  The Day Jimmy’s Boa Ate the Wash

Jimmy brings his pet boa on the class trip to the farm and chaos ensues.

Osborne, Mary Pope  Dinosaurs Before Dark (and other Magic Tree House stories)

Eight-year-old Jack and his younger sister Annie find a magic treehouse, which whisks them back to an ancient time zone where they see live dinosaurs.

Park , Barbara  Junie B. Jones and the Stupied Smelly Bus

It's bring your pet to school day, with only one rule - "No Dogs". Unfortunately, that's the only kind of pet Junie has.

Rathmann, Peggy  Officer Buckle and Gloria

Officer Buckle gives boring lectures on safety at all the schools until he starts to bring his dog Gloria along and things become quite a bit more lively.

Sachar, Louis  Marvin Redpost: Class President

It's "Hole Day" at school and absolutely everyone, even the principle, is wearing their oldest, holiest clothes - and then the Presidents of the United States turns up on an unexpected visit.

Scieszka, Jon  Math Curse

Unfortunately, everything in life can be thought of as a math problem; but don't worry, this book is much more fun than class.

Steig, William  Sylvester and the Magic Pebble

When poor Sylvester magically turns into a rock he thinks he will never see his loving parents again.

Van Allsburg, Chris  The Wreck of the Zephyr

A boy's ambition to be the greatest sailor in the world is ruined when he misuses the ability to fly his boat in the air.

Yolen, Jane  Owl Moon

Under a full moon, a father and daughter take a walk through the woods to see the great horned owl.


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