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.
Charlie Murphy is a Pony Express rider. His story would make any Pony Express rider proud. This book is a fictional account of the experiences of a pony express rider during the settlement of the West.
Megan learns about the life cycle, physical characteristics, and habitat of the whooping crane, and also about the many dangers that are forcing the bird to near-extinction. The book provides factual information about the natural history of the whooping crane through the fictional story of a sixteen-day-old whooping crane chick.
Rachel recounts how she and her family left Illinois to move to Nebraska, where they built and lived in a sod house on the prairie.
Adam spends his first summer at a camp for the hearing-impaired and discovers a lot of new things he never thought possible.
The American Revolution is raging. Owen sees his father near death and wants to help. Find out what brave things he did to help out.
A young cowboy from Texas describes his experiences on his first cattle drive along the Chisholm Trail from Texas to Kansas.
After his father dies in a Civil War battle, twelve-year-old Jacob runs away from home to join his father's old regiment as a drummer boy.
After his father is killed in the Civil War, Alex Kopsky travels to Michigan from the only home he has known in Massachusetts to start a new life with his new family. Alex travels on an orphan train and is chosen by a young couple, the O'Learys. He later learns that Mr. O'Leary paid to have someone else fight for him during the war.
After gold is discovered in California in 1849, a boy and his father leave their Massachusetts home to prospect for gold in the hills outside of Sacramento.
Relates the building of the transcontinental railroad from Omaha, Nebraska, to Sacramento, California, in the mid-nineteenth century through the story of three Irish workers who laid tracks for the Central Pacific Railroad.
This fictionalized biography describes the life and athletic accomplishments of the track athlete who won four gold medals at the 1936 Olympics, and includes a brief history of the Olympic games.
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.
After his father dies, John Alexander and his mother are forced to become indentured servants to pay off debts, but find their luck changes after Mrs. Alexander invents a new method for grinding corn.
Little Eagle raises a baby buffalo as a pet and friend until he realizes what friendship means.