The Bad Guys in Let the games begin!
"In this book, the One is going to be reunited with the Others. You are going to actually meet the real Dread Overlord Splaarghon. And one character is going to change everything you thought you knew"-- Provided by publisher.
Dog Man. Twenty thousand fleas under the sea
Pilkey, Dav, 1966-, author, illustrator
What new villains are on the horizon? Where are they all coming from? And Who will step forward to save the city when scoundrels sabotage our Supa Buddies?
Hephaistos : god of fire
O'Connor, George, author
Retells in graphic novel format the story from Greek mythology of Hephaistos, the god of fire.
How to rob a bank
Mitchell, Tom, author.
A life of crime - how hard can it be? A funny, filmic and fast-paced crime-caper. When fifteen-year-old Dylan accidentally burns down the house of the girl he's trying to impress, he feels that only a bold gesture can make it up to her. A gesture like robbing a bank to pay for her new home. Only an unwanted Saturday job, a tyrannical bank manager, and his unfinished history homework lie between Dylan and the heist of century. And really, what's the worst that could happen?
The Invisible Spy
The Forgotten Five become spies to uncover the corrupt President's schemes and bring the world one step closer to justice for all supernaturals.
Map of flames
McMann, Lisa, author.
Five children who are the offspring of supernatural criminals and who have special abilities of their own leave their isolated tropical home and head to the city of Estero, where they hope to find their parents and the treasure they hid years ago.
Olympians. , Dionysos, the new god
O'Connor, George, author, illustrator
The Olympians saga draws to a close with the tale of Dionysos, the last Olympian, and maybe, just maybe, the first of a new type of God. His story is told by the first Olympian herself, Hestia, Goddess of the hearth and home. From her seat in the center of Mt. Olympus, Hestia relates the rise of Dionysos, from his birth to a mortal mother, to his discovery of wine, his battles with madness and his conquering of death itself, culminating, finally, in his ascent to Olympus and Godhood.
Pennypacker, Sara, 1951- author
After being forced to give up his pet fox Pax, a young boy named Peter decides to leave home and get his best friend back.
Pax, journey home
Pennypacker, Sara, 1951- author
It has been a year since newly orphaned Peter and his pet fox Pax, now a protective father, have seen each other, but their paths cross again when Pax's kit falls desperately ill forcing him to turn to the one human he knows he can trust.
Those kids from Fawn Creek
Kelly, Erin Entrada, author
The twelve kids in the seventh grade at Fawn Creek K-12 have been together all their lives so when graceful Orchid Mason arrives, with exotic clothes and glorious hair, the other seventh graders do not know what to think.
When things went wild
Mitchell, Tom (Author at HarperCollins Children's Books), author
"When Kit's family move to a crumbling house in the Scottish Highlands, he's got a lot to deal with terrible Wi-Fi, a new school in the middle of nowhere, and, as always, his annoying little brother, Jack. But it's not until the brothers find a strange object on the moors that Kit's problems really begin. A policewoman comes knocking, and the boys learn that they have found a tracker that has been removed from the leg of a golden eagle. The illegal killing of these majestic birds is all too common, and now a pair of nesting eagles are under threat. Kit and Jack start to investigate, soon joined by Tamora the most popular girl in school and her younger sister, Bea. Who is trying to harm the eagles, and why? Chief suspects are landowner Lord Cavendish, local farmer McNab and sinister game keeper Mosby. Can the city kids cope with the country - and catch the culprit?"-- Publisher's webpage.