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Zain and Ana lead a life riddled
with anxieties and questions. Do
fish like spinach? Is the dragon in
the pond lonely? If you dig a hole
that's deep enough, will you fall
right through to China? Can magic
medallions make you invisible?
Rambling through random and
exciting childhood events, these
books are about the mad adventure
of being children.
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Dr

Jake's a kid like any other – magical.
His power is the gift of
imagination and he uses it to
have fun. Sometimes this gets
Jake into trouble… But like
most kids, he means well.
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About the Author

Anne Capeci has written more than a dozen books for children and young adults


Join Ms. Valerie Frizzle and
her class as they board an
anthropomorphic Type A
school bus which takes them
on field trips to impossible
locations such as the solar
system, clouds, the past,
and the human body!

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About the Author

 Martin Widmark was born in 1961


Jerry and Maya are best friends
and in their spare time, they
run a highly successful detective
agency together. 
Join Jerry and Maya as they follow
the clues and uncover who is
really behind all the
strange things!

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About the Author


Captain Underpants is a children's
novel series by American author
and illustrator, Dav Pilkey. The
series revolves around two fourth
graders, George Beard and Harold
Hutchins, and Captain Underpants,
an aptly named superhero from
one of George & Harold's comic
books, that accidentally becomes
real when George and Harold
hypnotize their megalomaniacal
principal, Mr. Krupp.
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About the Author

Jeff Smith is an American cartoonist, best known as the creator of the self-published comic book series BONE


Bone is an independently published, epic comic book series, written and illustrated by Jeff Smith, originally serialized in 55 irregularly released issues from 1991 to 2004. Smith's black-and-white drawings were inspired by animated cartoons and comic strips, a notable influence being Walt Kelly's Pogo..

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