Fabulous new books for kids of all ages!
Detention of Doom
When Lex Luthor's family company, Lexcorp, invites kids from all over the country to attend an honors ceremony, Clark Kent is happy to participate. That is, until his award trophy creates a portal to another dimension and sucks him in! Lucky for Clark, his old friends Bruce and Diana along with newer friends Barry (The Flash) and Ollie (Green Arrow) are on the case! They'll have to travel to an alternate dimension to free their friend from Lex Luthor's grasp (and the worst detention ever). Ages 8 to 12.
Rot, the Cutest in the World!
Rot is a mutant potato. Like most mutant potatoes, Rot loves all sorts of games and contests. So when he sees a sign for the “Cutest in the World Contest,” he can’t wait to enter. But when Rot realizes who he’s up against—an itty-bitty baby bunny, a little-wittle cuddly kitten, and an eenie-weenie jolly jellyfish—he loses confidence. Will the judges find room in their hearts for an adorable mutant potato? Ages 4 to 8.
Star Wars The Last Jedi Incredible Cross-Sections
This beautiful hardcover book reveals the inner workings of 13 key vehicles from Episode VIII of the Star Wars™ saga, Star Wars: The Last Jedi™. Each vehicle is shown as an intricately detailed, full-color cross-section artwork, complete with callouts to the important features of each ship. Clear, comprehensive text makes this an indispensable reference guide for the new craft in the Star Wars galaxy. Ages 8 to 12.
Star Wars The Last Jedi The Visual Dictionary
Star Wars: The Last Jedi: The Visual Dictionary is the definitive guide to Star Wars: The Last Jedi, revealing the characters, creatures, droids, locations, and technology from the new film. Packed with 100+ images and information, it's a must-have for all fans who want to go beyond the movie experience. Ages 9 to 12.
On a cold, dark night perfect for scaring, the members of Fright Club gather to practice their booing, hissing, and growling. But one monster is acting strangely...Fran K. Stein is busy making something, and Vladimir the Vampire must know what it is! Could it be a big pink nose? A little rounded bat? Or maybe a paper butt?
No...it’s a Valentine! That means one thing: Is Fran in love. But what could be scarier than falling in love?! Ages 3 to 6.
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