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  1. by Haruki Murakami
  2. Let’s Get Lost! 20 YA Books for Readers with Serious Wanderlust
  3. The Best Romance Novels Ever Written
  4. The Importance of Design
  5. The Books Of 12222 We Can't Wait To Read (So Far)

But how many creepy modern thrillers are based on a 2,year-old Euripides play about Agamemnon? Factory , the whimsical and critically acclaimed animated feature written and directed by graphic novelist Dash Shaw about a group of teens who discover the nautical inadequacies of their California high school when an earthquake puts it adrift on the ocean. Dakota Fanning stars in the comedy-drama Please Stand By as a young autistic woman who runs away from her caregiver Toni Collette to submit her manuscript to a Star Trek writing competition.

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Slow down. Leave A Comment Uh-oh! Use your Parade. Don't have an account? Sign up. Create a Parade. Ella is in charge of this book, and she will tell you something right now. Not even one. Schwarz, Viviane. Filled with the spirit of adventure, three cats pack their suitcases and try to escape from their book. Scieszka, Jon. Madcap revisions of familiar fairy tales. Stone, Jon. The Monster at the End of This Book. Grover worries page by page about meeting the monster at the end of this book.

by Haruki Murakami

Generations of kids have interacted with lovable, furry old Grover as he begs the reader not to turn the page-for fear of a monster at the end of the book. Van Allsburg, Chris. Bad Day at Riverbend. Watt, Melanie.


Let’s Get Lost! 20 YA Books for Readers with Serious Wanderlust

Chester is more than a picture book. It is a story told, and retold, by dueling author-illustrators.

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A rabbit has many questions involving where a friend has been and why it took so much time for the friend to appear. Wiesner, David. The Three Pigs. The three pigs escape the wolf by going into another world where they meet the cat and the fiddle, the cow that jumped over the moon, and a dragon. Willems, Mo.

The Best Romance Novels Ever Written

We Are in a Book! Gerald and Piggie discover the joy of being read. But what will happen when the book ends? Bosch, Pseudonymous. Two eleven-year-old misfits try to solve the mystery of a dead magician and stop the evil Dr. L and Ms. Mauvais, who are searching for the secret of immortality.

Ende, Michael.

The Importance of Design

The Neverending Story. Shy, awkward Bastian is amazed to discover that he has become a character in the mysterious book he is reading and that he has an important mission to fulfill. Griffiths, Andy. The Story Treehouse. Especially a story treehouse that has a bowling alley, a tank full of sharks, a library full of comics, and a secret underground laboratory.

McCaughrean, Geraldine. When he walks off into the sunset, Ailsa wonders whether his stories were real or were they a pack of lies? Park, Linda Sue. Project Mulberry. While working on a project for an after-school club, Julia, a Korean American girl, and her friend Patrick learn not just about silkworms, but also about tolerance, prejudice, friendship, patience, and more.

Between the chapters are short dialogues between the author and main character about the writing of the book. Townley, Rod. The Great Good Thing. Nothing ever changes inside the storybook kingdom inhabited by twelve-year-old Princess Sylvie, her parents, and many other characters until Sylvie discovers that by allying herself with the Reader she can experience new adventures beyond the confines of the book.

Willingham, Bill.

The Books Of 12222 We Can't Wait To Read (So Far)

Down the Mysterly River. Ah47pe] Bingham, Kelly. Bz] Browne, Anthony.