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Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom

Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom

Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom

Dr. Spartacus Wilde is super handsome, super athletic, super strong, super smart and has super gadgets. What a fun guy to have for a dad! He’s like Indiana Jones and the Dad from the Spy Kids movies all rolled into one. 12 year-old Brian and 10 year-old Wren are Dr. Wilde’s lucky kids. To be a Wilde is to love adventure and danger. The kids’ house is even set up for adventure with slides and zip lines, advanced computer equipment and more.

When their Grandpa (another adventure loving Wilde) disappears in South America, the family is quickly on the case. There is nothing this family can’t do, including confronting the alien frogs of doom! Author: Tim Byrd Series: Doc Wilde This is the first – more are on the way!

If you like the over-the-top action of Doc Wilde, you might also like Jack Stalwart. Jack is a kid spy that travels all over the world having adventures. Find out more on his official website.
Escape of the Deadly Dinosaur Peril and the Grand Prix Pursuit of the Ivory Poachers The Theft of the Samurai Sword
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Comic: Joey Fly Private Eye in Creepy Crawly Crime

Comic: Joey Fly Private Eye in Creepy Crawly Crime

Joey Fly Private EyeWhen Flick travels to the city in Bug’s Life to find help for his colony, I think he could have met Joey Fly there – maybe in the bar where he meets the circus performers! (Joey Fly would have known right off the bat though, that the circus performers were NOT tough bugs! He’s got street smarts Flick doesn’t.) In Creepy Crawly Crime Joey is visited by the beautiful butterfly Delilah. During a party, one of Delilah’s possessions disappeared and she wants Joey to find it…AND she wants to know which one of her friends took it. Joey does what detectives do, he visits the crime scene and begins interviewing possible subjects…ladybugs, mosquitoes, etc. Something’s fishy and Joey Fly will find out what it is! This one is a comic book - make sure you click on the Look Inside link to get a look at Joey Fly’s world.  Author: Aaron Reynolds

Aaron Reynolds also writes about Tiger Moth, an insect Ninja. And Joey Fly isn’t the only insect on the case, try Ace Lacewing, Spider Kane or Bug Muldoon for more insect detecting.
Tiger Moth Insect Ninja Ace Lacewing Bug Detective Spider Kane Bug Muldoon
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Allie Finkle’s rules for Girls: Best Friends and Drama Queens

Allie Finkle’s rules for Girls: Best Friends and Drama Queens

Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls: Best Friends and Drama Queens

4th grader Allie is excited when she finds out there is a new girl in her class. The new girl’s name is Cheyenne and she’s from Canada – which makes her sound kind of exotic and interesting. She’s interesting all right. And bossy. And mean. Cheyenne immediately collects a group of friends – her clique – and labels anyone she hasn’t chosen “immature”. Then she starts a kissing game at recess and begins insisting that the boys and girls pair up and start “going with” each other. Allie wants to know…what does “going with” even mean? Dealing with Cheyenne, and having the courage to stand up to her, helps Allie add another rule to her list of school survival tips: “Just because something is popular doesn’t mean it’s good.” Anybody who has ever had to deal with a controlling, bossy mean girl will cheer outloud for Allie and her friends.

#1 Allie Finkle’s Rules for Girls: Moving Day
#2 Allie Finkle’s Rules for Girls: The New Girl
#3 Allie Finkle’s Rules for Girls: Best Friends and Drama Queens
#4 Allie Finkle’s Rules for Girls: Stage Fright

More girls dealing with best friends & drama queens:
Emma Jean Lazarus Fell in Love Jemma Hartman Every Soul a Star Rules
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Skill Test: Mysterynet

Skill Test: Mysterynet

snackshackOn MysteryNet you can read several kid mysteries and try to solve them yourself. Here are a few to get started:

Talk the Talk Word of the Day: Tail - To follow someone to get an idea of their daily routine & habits; where they go, who they visit, where they work.

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