The Koots are on the trail of a counterfeiter after Ben and Toby are questioned by Officer Gomez about passing a fake twenty-dollar bill.
When ten-year-old Cyrus sees a For Sale sign plunged into his front lawn, it’s a complete and utter disaster. Usually, his younger brother, Rudy, is the scaredy-cat, but for the first time in his life, Cyrus is terrified. He’s lived at 637 Petunia Boulevard since he came to live with his adoptive mom and dad at two months old. Won’t he go hurtling into outer space without these four familiar walls to hold him in? Luckily, Cyrus has a few sneaky tricks up his sleeve to stop this moving business before it even gets started.
The Koots investigate the appearance of a flying cloth-bound object that looks exactly like a mummy.
Offers young readers a look at four magical stories from the "Arabian Nights" and Scandinavia.
Includes Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, The Colony of Cats, The Country Mouse and the Town Mouse, The Fox and the Wolf, The Lion and the Mouse, and How Some Wild Animals Became Tame.
Includes The Little Dutch Boy, The Little Match Girl, Jack the Giant Killer, and Trieste.
Libby’s rooster, Doodle, doesn’t crow. He peeps. So, Libby starts Rooster School just for Doodle. She tries everything to teach him how to crow, but he just says peep. In a huff, she cancels Rooster School. A few days later while catching frogs, Libby hears Doodle crow from the barn! Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards. Calico Kid is an imprint of Magic Wagon, a division of ABDO.
Cody Smith and his friends are immersed in mysteries for each of the holidays.
Gabby finds herself in a courageous situation when she is exploring the causeway and thinking about things that are bothering her. Someone needs help and she's the only one around who knows the causeway well enough to save the person.
Two inner-city boys spend the weekend mountain climbing. After straying from the trail, they are trapped in a narrow gorge with two prison escapees and a hungry mountain lion on the loose.
Determined to identify the large four-legged creature sighted by Abe on a stormy night, the Koots find their first clue to be a hugh paw print.
When Dog, Mr. Dodge's big cat, starts bringing home gifts resembling animal guts, the Koots set out to find the source of the gooey presents.
When strange things begin appearing on the school computers, the Koots set out to find the hackers.
The Koots try to discover who is behind the canned laughter that appears every time something goes wrong for one of the boys.
The Kooties Club solves a mystery involving the theft of a ring.
The Koots try to find answers to unexplained questions about an old car.
When the Koots decide to dig a hole in an abandoned lot big enough to house "The Kooties Club Cave," they are suprised to find an old rusty knife which leads to further excavations to uncover its still hidden victim.
Ty thought he was aware of all of his food allergies, but after he collapses on the sidewalk due to an allergic reaction, the Koots hope to find the cause of his illness by following food clues.
The Koots met on Gabe's front porch. They found out that Mrs. Gomez lost a very old vase, Mrs. Wu is missing a picture and Mrs. Prudy is missing a very old doll. "Wow, three things missing. I think we have a case," Ty said.
Ty and Gabe hear yelling and screaming and someone very bad laughing in apartment A-13.
The boys investigate a new neighbor whom they think has a secret about the past and in doing so learn about Ben Franklin.
The members of the Kooties Club try to figure out who is leaving the "I Love Elvis" signs throughout the neighborhood.
The Koots decide to spy on Mr. Dodge to find the answers to unexplained questions about his blindness, state of health, and family situation.
Dad finds a homemade sign on the front door from Amy, a girl in the neighborhood, saying that her dog, Spot, is lost. Danny and Norman decide to become canine detectives and use their noses to search for Spot.
In this early reader with five short chapters, emerging readers meet Pig and Goose. Pig is happy. She loves to dance. She loves to eat. But she cannot fly. And she cannot swim. Goose can fly like a bird. Goose can glide across the water beautifully. But he cannot tell stories or host a party like Pig can. Pig and Goose are very different. But what they do have in common is that they like each other. And they love springtime. Simple text and charming illustrations guide beginning readers throughout the story and encourage independent reading.