Ian is wild about science experiments and for his latest (number 256) he's building a jet pack for his dog, Wilbur--the leftover parts shouldn't be anything to worry about, right? When Wilbur dons his new pack and blasts off, he leave a swath of chaos in his wake and nobody is happy, Wilbur least of all. What's a budding inventor to do?
Ian is wild about science experiments and for his latest (number 256) he's building a jet pack for his dog, Wilbur--the...
When one of Molly's teeth falls out she prepares for a visit from the Tooth Fairy, but first she wants to know exactly what the Fairy does with all those teeth, and whether giving up one of her teeth is really worth the money she will get--unless it is at least a million dollars.
There is going to be an art show at school with a twenty-five dollar prize for the winner, but when Molly Mac loses her lucky pencil she knows she is doomed to bad luck--and when she sprains her wrist her worst fears are confirmed.
When a boy finds a cape he knows it must mean he has a superpower, but dad is far too distracted to play, until the boy discovers he does have a superpower--a super powerful imagination that is far too mighty for dad to resist.
Molly's class is going on a field trip to the Space Science Center, but Molly thinks they'll be blasting off into outer space. Everyone tries to tell Molly that the trip won't involve visiting outer space, but Molly is sure they're all wrong. When Mr. Rose confirms that they will be keeping their feet on Earth, Molly comes up with a secret plan. Will Molly's secret plan send her into space? Or will she remain grounded?
When a famous author visits Molly's classroom, Molly is bound and determined to find out his big secret - you know, the secret to being a rich, famous author. Molly tries inventing a special mind-controlling hat in order to steal his secret. Will Molly's hat help her find out the big secret? Or will Molly forever wonder what it takes to be a rich, famous author?
Molly decides she wants to be a famous magician, but there's one problem-she doesn't know any REAL magic tricks. An old magic kit in the attic may do just the trick! Will Molly make REAL magic? Or will her magic fizzle?
Molly Mac's dream of becoming a famous animal trainer may come true! But only if her parents let her watch the class hamster for the weekend. When Molly finally brings the hamster home, he disappears! Will Molly and her best friend, Kayley, find the hamster? Or will Molly's dream be ruined?
Molly's family and Kayley go on a camping trip. With a new camera in hand, Molly is determined to take a picture of a mysterious creature. Will Molly click the perfect pic? Or will the campground creature remain a mystery?
Daniel has only two friends, is unusually tall, is picked on by teachers, and does not look like anyone else in his family, so when he learns his mom saved a newspaper clipping about a meteor that landed nearby on his birthday, he embraces his pretend alien heritage and launches a mission with his two friends to return to his home planet.
Christmas can be a very confusing holiday. Just what are sugarplums anyway?! This collection of silly poems show classic Christmas carols and traditions reimagined through the eyes of a very confused kid. With illustrations from the hysterical Marty Kelley, this is a perfect pick for a holiday full of belly laughs. |Christmas can be a very confusing holiday. Just what are sugarplums anyway?! This collection of silly poems show classic Christmas carols...