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Third Grade Mix-Up (Sidney & Sydney Book One)
When Sidney Fletcher moves to Oak Grove, things get a little strange for Sydney Greene. Not only does Sydney share a name with a boy, but he’s in her third-grade class! First-day-of-school drama has them at odds, but Sidney and Sydney soon find out that they share more than just their names. Can boys and girls actually be friends?!
2013 Moonbeam Children’s Book Award, Gold Winner
2015 Elementary Connecticut Nutmeg Book Award Nominee
2015 Buckeye Children’s and Teen Book Award Nominee
Dodgeball, Drama, and Other Dilemmas (Sidney & Sydney Book Two)
Sidney and Sydney have tackled first-day-of-school problems, avoided Halloween disasters, and proven that boys and girls can be friends. The rest of third grade should be easy, right? Wrong! From dodgeball fights to school play drama, these two friends have a lot to learn!
Big Dog Decisions (Sidney & Sydney Book Three)
Everyone loves dogs, right? That seems to be the one thing that Sidney, Sydney, Gomez, and Harley can agree on. What they can’t agree on is how to run their new dog walking business. From who makes the posters to who picks up the poop, the foursome is off to a slow start. Big dog decisions must be made, but what will the end result be?
Everyone is having fun at the beach except Poppy. Who knew the sun could be so hot? But watching the other kids play while she sits under the umbrella is boring, Poppy must devise a plan to beat her beach day blues.
Every year, Poppy’s neighborhood has a big summer party. But at this year’s party Poppy doesn’t want to participate in the games. She ate too much and is just too tired. When she sees all the other kids having fun, will she change her mind?
Seven-year-old Poppy is the perfect mix of smarts and humor. Although she loves to watch TV, Poppy is always up for a new adventure. Using realistic scenarios, these early chapter books showcase the importance of a healthy lifestyle in a refreshing and light manner.
It’s the first big snow of the season and everyone is excited to get out and play except for Poppy. She would like nothing more than to hunker down in front of the fireplace with a good book or watch TV. At the urging of her friends, and insistence of her mom, Poppy makes her way outside and is pleasantly surprised to find she enjoys playing in the snow.
She did it! Poppy finally convinced her parents to let her get a puppy from the shelter. Poppy names her puppy Rosie and falls in love with her right away. However, she’s not in love with the extra work a puppy brings. Thankfully, Poppy’s best friend Millie is around to help out in this relateable early chapter book.
Poppy can’t wait to join her best friend Millie’s soccer team! She is excited about the new uniform and snacks after the game. What Poppy isnt excited about is all the practice. And after a super bad day at the field, Poppy isn’t sure if soccer is worth all the extra effort.
Poppy can’t wait to see Millie’s new fort! She imagines a fancy playhouse with all the comforts of home. But when Poppy finally sees the fort, she is not impressed. It’s just a small, boring wooden house. Can she turn this outside surprise into some outside fun?
The Big Bike
Poppy has outgrown her bike and is ready for a bigger one in this early chapter book. But when her dad brings home the new bike, she is surprised by just how big it is. In fact, it seem way too big for Poppy, and she does not want to ride it. Can anyone, or anything, change her mind?
Secrets in Somerville
A new kid has arrived in Somerville, and he has brought along a bit of mystery. Something about Jace and his mother just doesnt add up. Astrid, Rowan, and Quinn want to be welcoming, but they also have to get to the bottom of things. What they discover brings the group together and whets their appetite for adventure.
Tour of Trouble
The Tour Across the Land is no ordinary bicycle race. Only the top riders take on the cross-country route, and soon they will whiz right through Somerville. The townspeople expect only fun and excitement, but Somerville’s young sleuths realize one cycling team has a sinister plan. Will the kids find a way to stop it?
The Professor”s Discovery
A history professor has discovered something valuable amid the dust at Somerville’s tiny museum. It’s a letter written by Abraham Lincoln to his boyhood friend. Some townspeople want to sell it, and soon they start squabbling about what to do with the money. Somerville’s young sleuths decide to get involved before the letter can be sold or stolen.
Mick’s Buried Treasure
People in Somerville love to trade stories about days gone by. The towns young sleuths arent always interested, but when they hear a local legend of buried treasure, they know its too tasty to resist. Astrid, Rowan, Quinn, and Jace set off to solve the mystery. What they discover is sweeter than they could have imagined.