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My Teacher Fried My Brains

My Teacher Fried My Brains

The story begins when Susan Simmons returns to school from spring vacation. Susan has been looking forward to the big class play her teacher has been planning. But to her dismay, Ms. Schwartz is gone…replaced by tall, handsome Mr. Smith, a strictly “by the book” teacher with some very strange habits. Investigating her new teacher, Susan makes a shocking discovery: “Mr. Smith” is actually an alien named Broxholm who is planning to abduct five students.

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Are you ever going to record COLD FIRE and SHATTERGLASS?

Are you ever going to record COLD FIRE and SHATTERGLASS?

Versions of this (“Why haven’t you . . .?” “Did you ever . . . ?”) are hands down the most common questions that pop up on our Facebook page these days. As to the why haven’t we, the answer is simple, and sad. We ran out of money. The

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Coming Attractions

Coming Attractions

WILD LIFE by Cynthia DeFelice When Erik Carlson’s parents are both deployed overseas, Erik is sent to North Dakota to live with his grandparents. Things quickly go bad, and when he is faced with losing a dog he has come to love, Erik takes to the wild in this great wilderness survival story Narrated by

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Airborn
  Matt Cruse: Book 1

Airborn   Matt Cruse: Book 1

Matt Cruse is a cabin boy on the Aurora, a huge airship that sails hundreds of feet above the ocean, ferrying wealthy passengers from city to city. It is the life Matt’s always wanted; convinced he’s lighter than air, he imagines himself as buoyant as the hydrium gas that powers his ship. One night he meets a dying balloonist who speaks of beautiful creatures drifting through the skies.

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Skull of Truth, The
  Magic Shop: Book 4

Skull of Truth, The   Magic Shop: Book 4

When Charlie Eggleston stumbles out of Mr. Elives’ Magic Shop clutching the skull of truth, he has no idea the grisly object will force him to tell the truth and nothing but the truth. That would be trouble enough for a kid who has been a chronic liar since second grade.

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