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Addison Addley and the Things That Aren't There

Addison Addley and the Things That Aren't There

by Melody DeFields McMillan
edition:Paperback
tagged : science & technology, self-esteem & self-reliance, school & education
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My name may be smart, but I'm sure not. Not at school stuff, anyway. I could be, my teacher tells me, if I would 'apply' myself. Apply myself to what? It sounds like I need a giant tube of glue.

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Bio-pirate

Bio-pirate

by Michele Martin Bossley
edition:Hardcover
also available: Paperback eBook
tagged : mysteries & detective stories, science & technology, diseases, illnesses & injuries
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It had only been seconds, but I glanced up and realized that I was alone in the office. The rest of the class had already reached the stairwell.
A pair of eyeballs peered over the edge of the desk. I froze in shock.
They were human eyeballs...that were still attached to a human head.
I suppressed the urge to yell as a guy popped up from behind a desk and started toward me. Something metal gleamed in one hand. He had a scruffy goatee, a nose ring and a tattoo on his upper arm.
The spit in my mouth dried instantly. My feet were moving before my brain gave the command to run. I sped out of the office and down the stairs, slamming the door behind me.

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Bio-Pirate

Bio-Pirate

by Michele Martin Bossley
edition:eBook
also available: Hardcover Paperback
tagged : mysteries & detective stories, science & technology, diseases, illnesses & injuries
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Dinosaurs on the Beach

Dinosaurs on the Beach

by Marilyn Helmer
edition:Paperback
also available: eBook
tagged : dinosaurs & prehistoric creatures, multigenerational, science & technology
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Josie crouched to examine the small cave-like crevice. Suddenly her hand slipped and she found herself wrist-deep in icy water. By her feet was a small tidal pool.

Pieces of broken rock were scattered over the bottom of the pool. Her eyes were drawn to one of them. She scooped it out. What she saw made her gasp in amazed delight.

On the rock were tiny raised prints. They looked like ... Josie held her breath. But could they be? Her eyes jumped back to the crystal clear water. There were more prints on the rocky bottom of the pool.

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Disconnect

Disconnect

by Lois Peterson
edition:Paperback
also available: Hardcover eBook
tagged : science & technology, friendship, drugs, alcohol, substance abuse
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