Juvenile Fiction Humor

Juvenile Fiction Humor   Even though her family calls her Emma Bemma, Emma knows she is really just a dilEmma because she is just medium. That’s because she’s the middle kid between her two brothers, who everyone calls Big and Little. Big thinks he's the coolest kid on... Details
Juvenile Fiction Humor With a new sister on the way, Roosevelt Banks is expected to give up his bedroom and move into the attic, which must be haunted because of all the squeaks and groans coming from the spooky place at the top of the stairs. After his plan to move into... Details
Juvenile Fiction Humor When 13-year-old Jeremiah arrives in Minneapolis to spend the summer with his Dad, everything feels odd.  His dad's fiancé Michael, has buried the apartment in piles of DIY wedding decorations. And Jeremiah's best friend Sage now spends all her... Details
Juvenile Fiction Humor In the spirit of Alice in Wonderland and the Wizard of OZ, this story introduces readers to the magical, hidden, and mysterious world of gnomes, elves, and trolls. 11-year-old Sarah moves with her family from New York City to rural Connecticut. She'... Details
Juvenile Fiction Humor Jeremiah wants a normal summer with his dad, but his dad has moved in with his new boyfriend who serves weird organic food and rides a unicorn bicycle. With help from new friends and an elderly neighbor, Jeremiah learns being a family comes in many... Details
Juvenile Fiction Humor Middle school can be survival of the "fitting in" at best. In Dead Max Comix, Derrick discovers that his secrets aren't really unusual. This series offers a light-hearted touch at accepting yourself and findng your own "pack." Book 1: The Deadening... Details
Juvenile Fiction Humor When Roosevelt’s friends plan a bike and camping trip, there’s just one problem – he doesn’t have a bike.  Roosevelt’s parents agree to buy him a bike if he can be good for two whole weeks. It’s a struggle with hilarious outcomes. But good prevails... Details
Juvenile Fiction Humor A fun and entertaining way for readers to explore a new topic, broaden their knowledge on a favorite subject, or just have a few laughs. Each title presents 50 facts that go beyond the basics to engage readers with unexpected and amusing insights... Details
Juvenile Fiction Humor When his new teacher announces that all 3rd graders must read in front of everyone at Parents Night, Trevor Lee and his best friend Pinky need to create a masterful plan and put it into action. Trevor Lee has a secret that no one can find out about... Details
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