KCLS Recommends: Children's - Grades 2-3
Annotation:A talking doughnut narrates a hilarious story of mischief and mystery at a local bowling alley. Vibrant illustrations meet outlandish puns in a tale sure to tickle your funny bone.
Annotation:Fans of offbeat humor should stop at the Lonesome Cafe where a cast of quirky characters capers into town under mysterious circumstances - and slight disguises - and the hijinks ensue. For ages 6-9.
Annotation:Lulu has a knack for animals - befriending, nurturing and looking out for them. When she spies an elusive dog during a seaside vacation, she knows he needs her help - even if the community and her parents disagree. For ages 6-9.
Annotation:If eight-year-old EllRay can stay out of trouble for a week, it means a family trip to Disneyland, but not defending himself against the class bully proves to be a real challenge.
Annotation:Stink is inspired by the Gross-Me-Out exhibit at the science museum to create a variety of terrible smells for the sneakers he plans to enter in the World's Worst Super-Stinky Sneaker contest. Series.
Annotation:George 'Suds' Morton competes with his third-grade classmates to earn the first 'halo' of the year for good behavior, but being good turns out to be more stressful than he anticipated.
Annotation:A collection of charming short stories in which children get to know StingRay, Lumphy and Plastic, three delightful toys who live with a sweet little girl.
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