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Fuzzy

release date: Aug 16, 2016
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Fuzzy
From the minds of Tom Angleberger, the New York Times bestselling author of the wildly popular Origami Yoda series, and Paul Dellinger, an adult science-fiction writer, comes a funny middle school story with a memorable robot title character. Reluctant readers and robot lovers in elementary and middle school will enjoy this fast-paced read that shows just how strange a place middle school can be, particularly when the new student is a state-of-the-art robot. When Max—Maxine Zelaster—befriends her new robot classmate Fuzzy, part of Vanguard One Middle School’s new Robot Integration Program, she helps him learn everything he needs to know about surviving middle school—the good, the bad, and the really, really, ugly. Little do they know that surviving seventh grade is going to become a true matter of life and death, because Vanguard has an evil presence at its heart: a digital student evaluation system named BARBARA that might be taking its mission to shape the perfect student to extremes! With a strong female main character who will appeal to all readers, Tom Angleberger and Paul Dellinger’s new novel offers readers a fresh take on robots. Fuzzy will find its place in the emerging category of bestselling books featuring robots, including Jon Scieszka’ s Frank Einstein series and James Patterson’s House of Robots. Be sure to check out all of Tom Angleberger’s other acclaimed books for middle-grade readers, including Poop Fountain!; The Rat with the Human Face; Horton Halfpott; Fake Mustache; and the bestselling Origami Yoda series: The Strange Case of Origami Yoda, Darth Paper Strikes Back, The Secret of the Fortune Wookiee, Emperor Pickletine Rides the Bus,Princess Labelmaker to the Rescue, and Jabba the Puppet. For younger readers Tom wrote the picture book McToad Mows Tiny Island, illustrated by John Hendrix, and for chapter book readers, Tom wrote the Inspector Flytrap series, illustrated by his wife Cece Bell.

Fuzzy

release date: Jun 05, 2018
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Fuzzy
At Vanguard One Middle School (aka Vainglorious), the halls are crawling with robots, but Fuzzy isn't your run-of-the-mill android. When Fuzzy enrolls at Vainglorious as part of the Robot Integration Program, he is quickly befriended by Max, who is determined to help him learn everything he needs to know. The middle school of the future is just as fraught with crazy kids, tricky teachers, and bad smells as the middle school of today. Add in some evil schemers, and you have real trouble. Together, Max and Fuzzy reveal the super-secret, nefarious purpose behind the Robot Integration Program. They must fight to save the school before it's too late. Fuzzy is one girl's quest to befriend a robot, survive middle school, and save the world.

Fairs are for Everybody

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Organization, Secret to the Success of Fairs

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Gunfight at Gower Gulch

release date: Sep 07, 2018
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Gunfight at Gower Gulch
A posse of Hollywood cowboy stars ride to the rescue of a survivor from the actual Old West in 1950 Hollywood, to save him and thwart a conspiracy against the nation itself dating back almost a century.

Secret Invasion

release date: Jun 19, 2016
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Secret Invasion
They descended onto a mountaintop in Roanoke, Va., one night during the '50s, but only now are they making themselves known: a hunt for an alien entity in the middle of a science fiction convention in the Star City of the South. SF suspense by the author of "Mr. Lazarus" and "Skyriders" co-author.

Mr. Lazarus and Other Stories

release date: Feb 24, 2014
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Mr. Lazarus and Other Stories
This collection of 24 stories, which originally appeared in science fiction and fantasy magazines, anthologies and on-line publications between 1962 and 2013, has roots in many parts of the popular culture from those years: other books, films, radio serials and more. They might be called stories about stories, which many readers will recognize. As such, these tales make up an informal history of their own genres. There are recurring characters ranging from the enigmatic Mr. Lazarus, who seems to appear whenever the natural universe is out of whack, to the Gemini Twins, a pair of space-age heroes with talents that enable to take on an entire planet, if necessary. And there are many one-time characters, such as the judge of an alien beauty contest; the Hollywood horror producer who encounters the real thing and tries to build a movie around it; the soldier who hunts a werewolf at a military academy; a B-western stunt man who finds creepy characters from beyond turning up in the cast of his latest picture, and a few well-known SF writers who change the course of space exploration, among many others. Among the challenges they encounter are invaders from space, vampires, unicorns, virtual Martians and a beautiful gypsy who can foretell the future, up to a point. And beneath the action and suspense lies a gentle humor, here and there. These stories should have something for every SF and fantasy enthusiast, and any pop culture enthusiast.

Breeding Season, Productivity, and Population Trends of Raccoons in Missouri

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A History of the Origin and Development of Instruction in Reading Improvement at the College Level

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Sin, Crime, and Retribution

release date: Jan 01, 1986
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