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In the third book of Nicholas Edwards's the Dog Whisperer series, Emily and her dog, Zack learn they can do more than read each other's mind- they can see ghosts! From the day Emily rescued her dog Zack, they have always shared a special connection. But it's more than special-they can read each other's minds. And since Zack can sense when someone is in danger, they've been using their special power to help save people. But now Emily and Zack have discovered something new. They can see ghosts! And one ghost in particular needs their help. Shocked by her new discovery Emily is determined to find out who this ghost is and why he is haunting her town. Helping the ghost will help save someone else. But if Emily and Zack are the only ones who can see the ghost, how can they get anyone to believe them? Will they be able to help in time or will the ghost be doomed to haunt the earth forever? Find out in Dog Whisperer: The Ghost.
From authors Marie and Baldev Lamba comes Green Green, a charming, rhyming picture book about a city's green space growing and changing, with illustrations from Eisner Award-winner, Sonia Sanchez.Green grass is wide and fresh and clean for a family to play in, and brown dirt is perfect for digging a garden. But when gray buildings start to rise up and a whole city builds, can there be any room for green space? The neighborhood children think so, and they inspire the community to join together and build a garden for everyone to share in the middle of the city.
A dog in peril. A girl in big trouble. These two best friends will need a miracle to get out of this mess.
The Anderson kids are in for a spooky time when their unusual babysitter starts telling stories.
A book about the powerful bond between sisters, the kinds of love that never die, and the journey we all must make through an incomprehensible universe.
Life in a small town can be pretty boring when everyone avoids you like the plague. But after their father unwittingly sends them to stay with an aunt who's away on holiday, the Hardscrabble children take off on an adventure that begins in the seedy streets of London and ends in a peculiar sea village where, according to legend, a monstrous half-beast boy roams the woods. . . .In this wickedly dark, unusual, and compelling novel, Ellen Potter masterfully tells the tale of one deliciously strange family and a secret that changes everything.