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We can't all be rattlesnakes
When Crusher the snake is captured, her only thought is to escape but as time goes by and she befriends the other inmates of the "zoo," she realizes that freedom also means leaving companions behind.
Maxx Comedy : the funniest kid in America
Eleven-year-old Max Carmody has wanted to be a stand-up comedian since he was five, so when a contest is held to find the "world's funniest kid," he goes through all kinds of craziness to win.
Griff Carver, hallway patrol
Legendary Griff Carver joins the Rampart Middle School Hallway Patrol and with the help of his new friends, Griff solves the case of counterfeit hall passes.
Alvin Ho : allergic to birthday parties, science projects, and other man-made catastrophes
When second-grader Alvin Ho is invited to a birthday party given by a girl, his fear of everything causes him to dread going.
Down Girl and Sit : smarter than squirrels
Nolan, Lucy A.
Recounts the adventures of a rambunctious dog who thinks her name is Down Girl and her next door neighbor, Sit, as they try to keep the world safe from dangerous squirrels, the paper boy, and a frightening creature named Here Kitty Kitty.
Thank you, Amelia Bedelia
Preparing for the arrival of an important visitor, a wacky housekeeper follows her employer's instructions with humorous results.
Pennypacker, Sara, 1951-
While sorting through difficulties in her friendship with her neighbor Margaret, eight-year-old Clementine gains several unique hairstyles while also helping her father in his efforts to banish pigeons from the front of their apartment building.
Perl, Erica S.
Humorous illustrations accompany silly rhyming text about an outlandish chicken.
Irving and Muktuk : two bad bears
Pinkwater, Daniel Manus, 1941-
Two muffin-loving polar bears make a yearly attempt to use stealth and subterfuge to get muffins at the Yellowtooth Blueberry Muffin Festival.
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