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The Great Shelby Holmes - The Indianapolis Public Library
The Great Shelby Holmes (Book) : Eulberg, Elizabeth : Nine-year-old Shelby Holmes, the best detective in her Harlem neighborhood, and her new easy-going friend from downstairs, eleven-year-old John Watson, become partners in a dog-napping case.
Garvey's Choice - The Indianapolis Public Library
Garvey's Choice (Book) : Grimes, Nikki : "Garvey's father has always wanted Garvey to be athletic, but Garvey is interested in astronomy, science fiction, reading--anything but sports. Feeling like a failure, he comforts himself with food. Garvey is kind, funny, smart, a loyal friend, and he is also overweight, teased by bullies, and lonely. When his only friend encourages him to join the school chorus, Garvey's life changes.
The Lincoln Project - The Indianapolis Public Library
The Lincoln Project (Book) : Gutman, Dan : "Miss Z, a mysterious billionaire and a collector of rare photographs, is sending her four recruits back in time on a mission to capture, for the first time, one of the most important moments in American history-- Abraham Lincoln giving his famous Gettysburg address"-- Provided by publisher.
Applesauce Weather - The Indianapolis Public Library
Applesauce Weather (Book) : Frost, Helen : "When the first apple falls from the tree, Faith and Peter know that it's applesauce weather, even though Peter is getting a little old for such things. It also means Uncle Arthur should be here to tell his stories, with a twinkle in his eye as he spins tales about how he came to have a missing finger.
Schnitzel - The Indianapolis Public Library
Schnitzel A Cautionary Tale for Lazy Louts (Book) : Shaw, Stephanie : Lazy Schnitzel is apprenticed to a famous wizard, and when a salesman selling vacuum cleaners offers to help clean house, Schnitzel accepts, but finds trouble when he realizes the salesman is a vampire.
Mary Had A Little Glam - The Indianapolis Public Library
Mary Had A Little Glam (Book) : Sauer, Tammi : "Mary had a little glam that grew into a lot. And everywhere that Mary went, she wasn't hard to spot. But on the day she started school, she caught some by surprise. Sweet Mary shrugged and hugged her mom. "I must accessorize."'--Page 4 of cover.