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Dork Diariesby Rachel Renee Russell
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A smart superhero book for girls with plenty of glitterand#151;perfect for fans of The Powerpuff Girls
It all started with the mysterious purple goo . . .
What happens when four best friends find themselves splattered with a bubbling, genetically altering substance during a seemingly innocent sleepover in a secret, see-through, high-tech, futuristic lab? The develop superpowers, thatand#8217;s what! Iris, Cheri, Scarlet, and maybe Opaline have become . . .
THE ULTRA VIOLETS
After a close encounter with Opaline's pugnacious perfume at her baddie birthday party in book 2, the Ultra Violets realize they have a lot of cleaning up to do.
When IRIS lets her purple flag fly, the UVs decide to reveal their true colors to Sync City.
CHERI is pleased with the applause, but after a little mathematical deduction, she knows the peace won't last long. BeauTek and the mutants are scheming up something sinister in the Mall of No Returns.
And then SCARLET overhears the Black Swans whispering about a mysterious BeauTekification plan and decides to do a little investigating, dropkick style.
Just as the skies are starting to look particularly stormy, OPAL asks to be an Ultra Violet again. Can the girls trust their previously evil friend?
In this exciting third book, the Ultra Violets must team up to save SyncCity from the smelly Joan Riverand#151;and kick some evil mutant BeauTek butt!
Dorks are done and . . . the fuchsia is now!
This hilarious novel follows eighth-grader Nikki Maxwell as she chronicles through text and sketches her thoughts on friendships, crushes, popularity, and family. Illustrations.
In this sixth book in Kate and Sarah Klise's 43 Old Cemetery Road series,and#160;the unsuspectingand#160;trio at Spence Mansionand#160;starts a greeting card companyand#8212;and winds upand#160;on the adventure of a lifetime!
Roses are red,
Violets are blue.
If a ghost can write books,
Why not greeting cards, too?The bestselling trio from Spence Mansion is launching a greeting card company called Greetings from the Graveyard. But what kind of card do you send to an ex-girlfriend who threatens to publish the love letters of Ignatius B. Grumply? And what do you send when the town of Ghastly is rocked by its first crime wave and two escaped convicts are on the loose? If youandrsquo;re Olive C. Spence, you send for your old butler, T. Leeves, who arrives just in time for teaandmdash;and trouble!
and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160; Told in generously illustrated letters and newspaper articles,and#160;the 43 Old Cemetery Roadand#160;books are a visual feast perfect for kids who love series like Big Nate and the Dork Diaries but with a ghostly twist.
Best friends Julie and Lydia are back in this hilarious sequel to Amy Ignatow's breakout novel!
After spending all of fifth grade studying popularity together, Julie and Lydia are finally ready to put their hard-earned lessons to use in junior high. But before they can, tragedy strikes: Lydia's mom gets a job in London for six whole months! Before Lydia can say "fancy a cup of tea?" she's thrust into a new school, where she earns a reputation as "the Violent American." Meanwhile Julie's stuck navigating the cliques of American junior high on her own, where she is adopted by a group of troublemaking eighth graders known as the Bichons. The two best friends will have to learn to keep in touch and stand on their own, assisted as always by their trusty notebook. Amy Ignatow's signature sense of humor is on full display in this satisfying sequel.
About the Author
Rachel Renee Russell is an attorney who prefers writing children’s books to legal briefs. She currently resides in Michigan.
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