|Kids inhale books from the Geronimo Stilton series, which has grown into an empire. Lots of color visuals, expressive fonts, and James Bond-like adventure make GS appealing to second and third graders especially.|
|It doesn't get funnier than this! Arnie and his pal Peezo (a slice of pizza) have Mr. Bing'sback in this high-energy, hilarious romp.|
|An endearing cast of stuffed animal characters living|
a full life (unbeknownst to their "little girl") star in this three-book
series. Perfectly sparse prose with plenty of laughs.
|Like Ron Roy's ABC Mysteries, Calendar Mysteries follow a structure thatmany young sleuths find satisfying. Could you stop reading after the Aprilbook? Roy is currently writing a new series set in and around the White House called Capital Mysteries.|
|Ivy & Bean books prove that opposites can not only be friends, but make agreat team. Goofy and impulsive meets reserved and thoughtful in Annie Barrows' series full of adventures gone awry.|