If You Like the Strange and Unusual...

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  • The Kneebone Boy

    The Tell-Tale Start

    McAlpine, Gordon (J McAl)

    They’re both a little spooky; they can read each other’s minds!  Meet the twins Edgar and Allan.  They’re the descendants of the famous writer Edgar Allan Poe.  And someone devious is out to get them.  Why?  For a terrible, otherworldly experiment…

  • I Left my Sneakers in Dimension X

    Who Could That Be At this Hour?

    Snicket, Lemony (J Snic)

    Snicket is tossed a note at a tea shop by a mysterious woman, and it launches him on the trail of a statue called the Bombinating Beast.   Accompanying his new “chaperone” to the town of Stain’d-by-the-Sea, Snicket tries to investigate the facts, and stay one step ahead of a criminal mastermind.

  • The Fourteenth Goldfish

    Holm, Jennifer L. (J Holm)

    A funny tale about a scientist grandfather who unlocks the secret of youth, and becomes a teenager again.

  • Weird but True 6: 300 Outrageous Facts

    National Geographic Kids (J 031.02 Weir)

    A great place to start for strange facts! Did you know that female fireflies rarely fly?

  • Alien in My Pocket: Blast Off

    Ball, Nate (J Ball)

    Zack discovers an irritable, teeny-tiny visitor from outer space named Amp. Can Zack help him return to his home planet in time to stop an invasion of Earth?

  • 29 Myths on the Swinster Pharmacy.

    Snicket, Lemony (JM Snic)

    In a little town there is a pharmacy- the Swinster Pharmacy. There is a feeling that something is not quite right about the place. “Dogs bark at it all the time.”

  • Wipeout of the Wireless Weenies

    Lubar, David (J Luba)

    A collection of short stories featuring terrifying jellyfish (with a taste for peanut butter), sinister cell phones not safe for the home, and some truly gruesome lipstick.

  • The Cryptid Files: The Loch Ness Monster

    Flitcroft, Jean (J Flit)

    Using her mother’s research material on cryptids, Vanessa investigates one of the world’s strangest, and most famous, mysteries in the watery depths of Loch Ness.

S Harrison 10/14