Buddy (who is reserved and thoughtful), Bea (who is boisterous and bossy) and the other second graders in Ms. Maple's class are trying to come up with a name for their class, but it is proving harder then they thought it would be.
It is the first day of second grade and already Buddy is disappointed because his class has a new teacher, not the one he wanted, and there is a new student, Bea, who is boisterous and much too pushy for the reserved Buddy--and who insists that they are friends.
In the fall of 1925, fourteen-year-old Ida enters a small-town high school after years of attending a rural one-room schoolhouse, but the enthusiasm she and her new friends have for the modern world and modern ways pits them against the school's old-fashioned principal.
"Even though Ben Braver saved Kepler Academy from total destruction last year, he knows he still doesn't fit in at his secret middle school for kids with special abilities. Ben's been hiding his lack of super skills, but it's getting harder as his classmates' powers are getting stronger. Will Ben be able to power up before his enemies at school take him down? And will he risk everything to become the ultimate superhero?"--
"Shy Mariana is looking for her chance to shine. She's having trouble making friends after a cross-country move to Ohio, plus, her dad refuses to let her help out at his hair salon, despite the fact that she's a social media expert! So when she meets science whiz Zoe and creative maven Everly, and the three decide to start their own hair styling studio, she finally finds the friends--and the calling--she's been searching for. The trio's studio, True...
"Bell, Maddie, Noah, and the rest of the gang are back in Book 2 of Animal Rescue Friends--and they're about to meet a whole new crew of furry pals in need of a little TLC! It's the start of a new school year, and the kids are excited about their new club, Oakville Elementary School's Club for Animal Appreciation, Education, and Rehabilitation--even if their new club advisor, Mrs. Wen, doesn't share their enthusiasm. But as they meet a decidedly unusual...
"Sorceline has proven herself a star student at Balzar's prestigious academy--but her gifts might have gotten the best of her. As Sorceline fights for her life, her classmates must work to uncover her origin story, revealing details of her past that may offer a key to their present"--
"For the past few years, twelve-year-old Jonas and his friends have competed to see how many bags of candy they can grab from unsuspecting trick-or-treaters. No one's supposed to get hurt, just lose their treats. So Jonas is taken by surprise when one of his smaller targets fights back against his snatching attempt. He's even more surprised when he starts to receive anonymous notes from someone who knows what happened that night. Jonas already has...
This is the story of Sunny Park, a seventh-grade student at Ranchito Mesa Middle who loves the K-pop band Supreme Beat, hanging out with her cool grandma, dancing when no one is watching, snacking on shrimp chips, and being there for Bailey, her best friend since third grade. When Bailey decides that she and Sunny should audition for the school dance team in a ploy to parent-trap Bailey's divorced mom and dad, Sunny agrees even though the thought...
Nine-year-old Sparrow Robinson blames herself for her elderly neighbor's accident, so she promises to take care of Mrs. LaRose's seven cats, all while trying to adjust to a new school--but things become complicated when she has to find new homes for all of the cats plus some unexpected kittens.
The continuing story of Leo K. Doyle, now on the roster of England's Youth Premier League's U14 Lewisham Knights soccer squad and having to manage his school, sports and social life away from his Ohio home.
"Everyone knows the most stressful day of middle school is picture day! And that's exactly where this yearbook-worthy graphic novel series opener begins: with reinventing yourself, drama, popularity, and the friends who see you through."--
A new comics collection featuring Big Nate, the star of the bestselling book series and the Emmy-nominated animated TV series on Paramount+ and Nickelodeon. With all your favorite characters providing laughs on every page, this all-new collection of Big Nate comics means business! What's middle school without a crisis? Sixth-grader Nate Wright would love to find out, but the emergencies are piling up fast. A gang of eighth-graders...
A companion to the New York Times bestselling series that began with Nat Enough!
It's a best friend battle!
Natalie is having a rough start to the school year. Each student has been asked to join an extracurricular activity, and Nat's two best friends have no trouble finding activities that interest them. Flo tries her hand at puppetry, and Zoe makes the volleyball team... with Nat's ex-BFF, Lily! So now Zoe and Lily are
"It's Elizabeth's turn in the spotlight! But does Jessica deserve it more? Jessica knows she's the better dancer--even their teacher seriously favors Elizabeth! No matter how perfectly Jessica dances, no one noticed. Could her sister really get the starring instead of her? With Jessica's attitude rapidly souring, what happens when Elizabeth realizes that her sister might actually be right?"--Back cover.
From Rex Ogle and Dave Valeza, the dynamic duo behind Four Eyes, comes this second installment in the humorous and heartfelt middle-school memoir series.
With his new pair of glasses, Rex is finally starting to see his way through middle school. But on the first day of seventh grade, he encounters a bump in the road — a big ooey, gooey bump right in the center of his forehead. And this giant zit is just the beginning
"A.J. and his friends are starting fourth grade. A new school year means a new teacher, and Miss Banks may be their weirdest one yet. She won't stop playing practical jokes on the class, and A.J. has reached his breaking point. Will he and the gang learn to not fall for their teacher's tricks? Or will Miss Banks prevail as the ultimate prankster?"--