It turns out Storm never had Uncle Dan at all! He is now safe at home and the virtual reality system is secure against all hacking. Uncle Dan has finished his prototype and arranged for a buyer. The buyer, a young woman, says she wants to try the suit first and she needs a guide. So Carter agrees to enter Great Expectations with her. What the family doesn't know is the young woman is actually Storm and she's got one last trick up her sleeve -- revenge!
A wealthy but unpublished author hires Uncle Dan to turn his book into a virtual world so that he can get the attention of a publisher. But soon Carter and Isabelle begin to suspect this author is a little too desperate for success. In fact, he's lifted characters and dialog directly from classic books for his masterpiece. Can Carter and Isabelle reveal the plagiarism of Edgar Allan Poe's The Purloined Letter and convince Uncle Dan to put a stop to this novel nightmare?
Max’s mom is alive and recovering. But the demons are still out there. And the Scarlet Portal will open soon. Can Max stop the demons and close the portal to save humanity? What will he have to sacrifice? Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards. Book 8 in the series.
Max is so close to finding his missing mom. Following a demon, he and Poe arrive back at the abandoned gas station. There, he finds more than he bargained for. And, how can Poe leave him at a time like this? Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards. Book 7 in the series.
Max’s mom is still missing. When Poe flies in with a clue, Max follows him to an abandoned gas station. What lurks in the shadows? More clues? Or more demons? Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards. Book 5 in the series
Old Mrs. Jenkins calls the police to report a strange creature she’s trapped. But Max is convinced she’s caught a demon. He and Poe arrive before the police, hoping to get information about Max’s missing mom. Will the demon reveal all, or just leave Max with more questions? Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards. Book 6 in the series
Lola Jones does not think her big brother's best friend and basketball teammate, C.J Kline, knows she's alive, until one magical night at a high-school dance changes everything. Book #1 in the series
Brothers Jason and Elliot aren't excited to move in to a new house with their dad after their parents' divorce. When a gremlin type creature starts wreaking havoc in the house, the boys get in trouble and no one believes them. The boys decide to set a trap to prove to everyone they weren't lying once and for all. They just have to learn how to work together. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards. Calico is an imprint of Magic Wagon, a division of ABDO.
Dan has worked hard for three years to earn the quarterback slot on the football team, but Clay, a new boy who has moved to the area, is better and threatens to take the slot from him. Coach asks Dan to help Clay learn plays. Dan faces the dilemma of doing what is best for him and doing what is best for the team.
Deb has reading problems and is self-conscious about it. She doesn't think smart boys will like her. But she's hardworking, helpful, and a girl of her word. Deb turns down a date to rake her sick neighbor's leaves. Ed, smart and handsome, comes by to give her a hand and- perhaps- ask her out.
Raul and Juan set out for a few hours of kayaking. The weather is in their favor. It should be an easy ride. Raul, who is nicknamed the Cloud Warrior, prides himself on knowing good weather from bad. But once on the river, storm clouds appear. Their only choice is to keep moving and try to beat them. Soon they learn that a storm is the least of their worries. Some unexpected campers are in the area causing trouble not only for Raul and Juan, but for a girl Raul likes.
Day one at her new school stinks. Andrea wears the wrong outfit. Every subject seems challenging. The two students who show an interest in her spend the afternoon in detention. Only an upcoming ski trip sparks joy. Back home, she was on the ski team. There was nothing like cutting through fresh powder. As the new kid, Andrea hopes to impress her classmates. At the resort, the loose snow is too tempting. The girls ski out-of-bounds. But after a few turns, the mountain rumbles.
As the new kid at school, Tenley has enough to worry about. Then she discovers a secret room in her parents' antique shop. Strange things start to happen when she opens it up. Can Tenley figure out what's going on before anyone gets hurt? In the fictional town of Scarecrow, California, tweens keep discovering mysterious and sometimes magical objects at the Vintage Rose Antique Shop. When they take these objects home, strange things begin to happen. Does the family who inherited the store have an active imagination? Or is the store really haunted? Each story is a tale about a specific relic found at the store. Stories will appeal to the most reluctant reader who enjoys the mysterious and somewhat creepy.
When Alex buys an old TV/VCR at the local antique shop, his friends tease him. But Alex sees something in it that they don’t. Then he starts acting strange. Will his friends figure out what’s happening to him before it’s too late?
Kim and her best friend Fran are both interested in a new boy at school, but they don't realize that it's the same boy! Kim figures it out first, and has to decide if she is willing to risk her friendship with Fran.
Superhero Zoe and Villain Mateohave confirmed that a powerful underground group is thwarting All One. For help they turn to two feuding figures, superhero Kiara and villain Dash. Can Kiara and Dash put aside their differences to save the coalition? Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
The coalition All One has been formed to support the integration of superheroes and villains. Villain Mateo suspects a group of superheroes and villains are working against the coalition's success. Superhero Zoe believes him. But is he right? Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Villain Mateo is struggling to find his place in newly integrated Superhero High School. When superhero bullies prank his younger brother Max, friendly superhero Zoe steps in to help. But the conflict makes Mateo wonder, can superheroes and villains really integrate?Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Jason's totally wired. An online gamer, he's always on his phone and posts everything to social media. When he arrives at Camp Elphick, he lets everyone know he's not interested in nature. But then he and his safety partner Ezra fall in a river attempting to take a selfie then end up lost in the woods. Can they survive? Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Valerie’s father owns a famous resort in the Florida Keys. Merissa works at the resort to fund her education. Valerie is a bit self-centered and does not treat the resort’s employees with much respect. Then an unexpected storm strands Valerie and Merissa on a deserted island. Can they survive? Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Rob and Lillian's families have vacationed together for years. This year they are on an ATV tour in the desert. When they find an abandoned mine they decide to ride in and explore. But then a cave in blocks the way out, leaving them trapped. Can they survive? Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Book 7 in the Anne of Green Gables series. Anne and Gilbert have been married for 15 years and have six children. The story centers around the Blythe family's next door neighbors, the unruly Meredith children and their widower father.
In this volume, Dave and Freddy, dropped by parachute into Belgium, deep in Nazi-occupied territory, on a dangerous spy mission, escape at the risk of their lives with the secret information which enables England to foil the planned German invasion. Each Dave Dawson is packed with action, patriotism, and a historical fiction adventure set during WWII, perfect for middle grade and teen readers.
Dave Dawson is up to it again, this time having his adventures while the battle rages around him. Each Dave Dawson is packed with action, patriotism, and a historical fiction adventure set during WWII, perfect for middle grade and teen readers.
In this volume Dawson and his pal Freddy Farmer sneak behind enemy lines to try to gather intelligence that could turn the tide for the European Allies. Each Dave Dawson is packed with action, patriotism, and a historical fiction adventure set during WWII, perfect for middle grade and teen readers.