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Captain Awesome to the rescue! Juvenile Book Captain Awesome to the rescue!

Kirby, Stan.

When second-grader Eugene and his family move to a new neighborhood and he starts at a new school, he has a chance to bring out his superhero alter ego, Captain Awesome, to find the kidnapped class hamster.

Chews your destiny Juvenile Book Chews your destiny

Montijo, Rhode.

When Mom issues a no-gum rule, Gabby Gomez sneaks a piece of special bubble gum that turns her into a superhero.

Convergence Juvenile Book Convergence

Lee, Stan, 1922- author.

Follows the experiences of a Chinese-American teen who is thrown into the middle of an epic global chase involving the release of twelve magical superpowers.

Flora & Ulysses : the illuminated adventures Juvenile Book Flora & Ulysses : the illuminated adventures

DiCamillo, Kate.

Rescuing a squirrel after an accident involving a vacuum cleaner, comic-reading cynic Flora Belle Buckman is astonished when the squirrel, Ulysses, demonstrates astonishing powers of strength and flight after being revived.

Little dog, lost Juvenile Book Little dog, lost

Bauer, Marion Dane.

A boy, a dog, and an old man are lonely before the boy plans a rally, the dog looks for a boy, and all the townspeople run to the old man's aid when lightning strikes his home and something miraculous happens.

Lost in the backyard Juvenile Book Lost in the backyard

Hughes, Alison, 1966- author.

Flynn hates the outdoors. Always has. He barely pays attention in his Outdoor Ed class. He has no interest in doing a book report on Lost in the Barrens. He doesn’t understand why anybody would want to go hiking or camping. But when he gets lost in the wilderness behind his parents’ friends’ house, it’s surprising what he remembers—insulate your clothes with leaves, eat snow to stay hydrated, build a shelter, eat lichen—and how hopelessly inept he is at survival techniques.

Masterminds Juvenile Book Masterminds

Korman, Gordon, author.

"A group of kids discovers they were cloned from the DNA of some of the greatest criminal masterminds in history for a sociological experiment"--

Story thieves Juvenile Book Story thieves

Riley, James, 1977-

Except for reading the Kiel Gnomenfoot magic adventure series, Owen's life is boring until he sees his classmate Bethany climb out of a book in the school library and he learns that Bethany is half-fictional and has been searching every book she can find for her missing father, a fictional character.

The greatest sheep in history Juvenile Book The greatest sheep in history

Watts, Frances.

Ten-year-old superhero-in-training Ernie and his sidekick Maud are thrilled to be attending the National Superheroes Conference, but when the meeting is disrupted by Chicken George--the most terrifying and villainous chicken anyone has ever seen--Ernie knows it will take more than just an ordinary superhero to save the day.

The junkyard bot Juvenile Book The junkyard bot

Richards, C. J., author.

When George Gearing's personal robot Jackbot gets hit by a car, George rebuilds him into something amazing, only to have him disappear just as darkness threatens the town, leaving George and his new friend Anne Droid to find out what happened.

The princess in Black Juvenile Book The princess in Black

Hale, Shannon.

"Who says princesses don't wear black? When trouble raises its blue monster head, Princess Magnolia ditches her flouncy dresses and becomes the Princess in Black!"--

The trouble with weasels Juvenile Book The trouble with weasels

Harrell, Rob, author.

As a troll, Zarf Belford is at the bottom of the social ladder at Cotswin Middle School, but when the king goes missing and his insufferable son takes control, Zarf leads his friends Kevin and Chester on a rescue mission.

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