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A dog with nice ears : featuring Charlie and Lola —Child, Lauren, author, illustrator.

Charlie and Lola, whose parents are against getting a dog, discuss the attributes of the perfect dog and come to an unusual conclusion.

I will never not ever eat a tomato —Child, Lauren.

A fussy eater decides to sample the carrots after her brother convinces her that they are really orange twiglets from Jupiter.

That pesky rat —Child, Lauren, author, illustrator.

A brown street rat, who longs to be someone's pet and to have his very own name, gets lucky when he meets a man in the pet shop who has extremely poor eyesight.

I am too absolutely small for school —Child, Lauren.

When Lola is worried about starting school, her older brother Charlie reassures her.

Ruby Redfort look into my eyes —Child, Lauren.

Thirteen-year-old Ruby, a genius code-cracker and daring detective, gets an anonymous call setting a challenge that leads her to the headquarters of Spectrum, a highly secret anti-crime agency that needs her help to crac...

I am not sleepy and I will not go to bed —Child, Lauren.

Charlie helps Lola get ready for bed, despite the tigers, whales, and other animals that serve as obstacles.

My wobbly tooth must not ever never fall out —Child, Lauren.

Lola does not ever never want her wobbly tooth to fall out until she learns that the Tooth Fairy will leave money in place of a lost tooth.

Who's afraid of the big bad book? —Child, Lauren.

A boy who loves books but has not always treated them well falls asleep and finds himself in his book of fairy tales, where his interaction with everyone from Goldilocks to Cinderella wreaks havoc.

But, excuse me, that is my book —Child, Lauren.

When Lola's favorite book is not on the library's shelf, her older brother, Charlie, tries to find another book she will enjoy.

Feel the fear —Child, Lauren, author.

Ruby Redfort: supercool secret agent, code-cracker and thirteen-year-old genius. This time Ruby must pit her wits against a seemingly invisible foe. How do you set your sights on catching a light-fingered villain if you ...

Who wants to be a poodle, I don't —Child, Lauren.

Tired of being a pampered poodle dressed in a little pink poncho, Trixie Twinkle Toes sets off in search of dangerous and daring adventures.

Invisible blood : seventeen crime stories from today's finest crime writers

Open the files on an anthology of seventeen new crime stories to probe the brutal and complex hearts of criminals, and unravel the strangest of mysteries. Watch as a secretive group of intelligence community officers tra...

I really, really need actual ice skates —Child, Lauren.

When Lola goes ice skating with her friend Morten, she absolutely must have her own skates, but her brother Charlie reminds her of all the other things sitting in the closet that she "absolutely" had to have.

Ruby Redfort catch your death —Child, Lauren, author.

Wild animals roaming around Twinford? Wisecracking Ruby Redfort has heard the rumors, though she doesn't quite believe them. But as high society buzzes with news of a very exclusive perfume formula coming to town and som...

Pick your poison —Child, Lauren.

Ruby Redfort: You can count on her if you're between a rock and a hard place. A bite from a poisonous snake? Pass me the antivenom. Need someone to take the fall? You don't even have to ask. Stay one step ahead of troubl...

Clarice Bean, don't look now —Child, Lauren.

Clarice Bean has a list of things to worry about. How does she handle them?

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