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octCFboywalkedNZWildboy : the boy who walked around New Zealand

by Brando Yelavich

This is the true story of Brando Yelavich, also known as Wildboy, who slept in a tent, hunted and fished for his food and came up close to seals and sharks on his 8000 km journey around the coast of New Zealand. His epic story will capture the imagination of any kid who, like Brando, longs for adventure in the great outdoors


Oliver Twist octCFolivertwist

by Sorrel Pitts

Oliver escapes the workhouse he goes to London. What happens when the Artful Dodger takes Oliver to meet Fagin and his gang?



octCFwitchofhteditchThe witch of the ditch

by Steven Butler

Every town in the world has one witch - only one! So when the Hag of the Crag moves into town next door to the Witch of the Ditch, an all-out Witch War ensues.




octCFsleepingbeautySleeping beauty : an interactive fairy tale adventure

by Jessica Gunderson

A choose-your-own-adventure in which the reader can proceed as Princess Rose locked in a medieval tower, as accident-prone party-girl Mollie Maleficent, or as Aurora, attempting to save Martian Prince Phillip from Maleficent's alien minions. Includes a history of Sleeping Beauty.



octCFnerdiestThe nerdiest, wimpiest, dorkiest I funny ever (I funny novels #6)

by James Patterson

Comedian Jamie Grimm, accompanied by Uncle Frank, New Aunt Flora, and friends, circles the globe as host of regional competitions, then competes, himself, in the Planet's Funniest Kid Worldwide contest.




octCFsafarichallengeThe safari challenge (Bear Grylls adventures #8)

by Bear Grylls

Evie likes new experiences - except for being extremely fussy about what she eats. Suddenly she finds herself on a sun-baked safari with Bear Grylls, where food and water are scarce and dangerous wild animals prowl the plains. To survive, Evie must eat what she can, when she can - even if it seems absolutely disgusting.




octCNFatlasNational Geographic kids. World atlas

by National Geographic Society

Contains the latest data, maps of the world, and graphs as well as lively essays about the world, geography-themed games, crosswords, and picture puzzles.



octCNFspringSpectacular spring

by Bruce Goldstone

A photographic picture book providing a comprehensive overview of topics linked to spring



octCNFwoodcarvingEasy wood carving for children : fun whittling projects for adventurous kids

by Frank Egholm

Looking for an outdoor hobby to engage your children and encourage them to be crafty and creative? Wood carving is not only easy to learn and fun to do, but almost everything you need to get started can be found for free -- right outside your door!

Updated 03/10/2018