• It's Still Alive! Magical Animals That Regrow Parts

    By Nikki Potts (E611.018 Pott)

    Learn fascinating things about creatures that re-generate themselves, such as the Mexican Axolotl, Sea Cucumber, and Zebrafish.


  • Curse of the Werewolf Boy

    By Chris Priestly (JM Prie)

    Mildew and Sponge investigate a mysterious disappearance at their school.


  • They Lost Their Heads!: What Happened to Washington's Teeth, Einstein's Brain, and Other Famous Body Parts

    By Carlyn Beccia (J 920.02 Becc)

    This is chock-full of interesting tidbits about the strange fates of body parts of the famous- and the infamous! If you enjoy history, you’ll love this book.


  • Monster Science: Could Monsters Survive (and Thrive!) in the Real World?

    By Helaine Becker (J 001.944 Beck)

    Could a person really live forever? Are human vampires real?  Important “monster” questions are asked in this book.


  • The Screaming Staircase

    By Jonathan Stroud (J Stro)

    The first book in the series, Lockwood & Co. The Psychic Detection Agency works to counteract ghosts haunting London.


  • The Witch Boy

    By Molly Ostertag (J Oste)

    This graphic novel features Aster, destined by tradition to be a shapeshifter.  But he would much rather be a witch.  How can he get others to understand?


  • Space Battle Lunchtime

    By Natalie Riess (J SF Ries)

    It’s a hit cooking show on television, and an aspiring baker from Earth, Peony, wants to compete. Can she beat the other five chefs?


  • The Science of Sea Monsters: Prehistoric Reptiles of the Sea

    By Alex Wolf (J 567.9 Wool)

    Read about creatures “fearsomely fast” and things with “terrifying tentacles.”

  • Wed Wabbit

    By Lissa Evans (J Evan)

    Eleven year old Fidge (Iphigenia) is trapped in the Land of the Wimbley Woos. Fidge must be clever, and piece together clues in order to escape.


  • Who Are You Calling Weird?

    By Marilyn Singer (J 591.5 Sing)

    More unique creatures you may not be aware of…the “pangolin”, a very scaly eater of ants…the “helmeted hornbill” that uses its head as a weapon. Also included:  humans!