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* * Sherwood Smith & William Stout Trouble Under Oz US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt HarperCollins, 2006 (2006) Hardcover
In this 2nd in a series based on the world of Oz, sisters from Kansas help the Princess Ozma - this time Em holds the home fort, while Dori journeys with Prince Inga of Pingaree and her old friend, Prince Rikiki of the Nomes. (HW)

* * * Stu Smith & David Catrow My School's a Zoo! US Orders
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Review HarperCollins, 2004 (2004) Hardcover
After a boy visits the zoo, it seems that animals take over his life (a story in verse). (HW)

* * * Thomas E. Sniegoski & Eric Powell Owlboy: Billy Hooten #1 US Orders
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Review Yearling, 2007 (2007) Softcover, e-Book
In a cemetery, weird Billy Hooten is hailed by Goblin Archebold as the Owlboy, who has finally come to straighten out the trouble in Monstros City. (JL)

* * Alan Snow How Dinosaurs Really Work! US Orders
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Review Atheneum, 2013 (2013) Hardcover, Softcover, e-Book
Want to know what color dinosaurs were? How sharp their teeth were? Or, perhaps, how large a brontosaurus' brain was? If the answer is 'Yes!', you have come to the right place. (BW)