"How Do Dinosaurs Say I'm Mad!"
By Jane Yolen
R-O-A-R! What happens when little dinosaurs get mad? And how do they calm down?
Brimming with humor, this sparkling new book handles a timeless children's topic with wit and wisdom. Romp and stomp! Roar and slam! Almost everyone gets angry. But how can young dinosaurs also learn to calm down, take a time out and behave?
The award-winning team of Yolen and Teague have created a fun, engaging book sure to help children handle anger and frustration. Readers will laugh at the antics of an Afrovenator's tantrum and a storming Pachyrhinosaurus.
"Gone (Michael Bennett)"
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By James Patterson
A crime lord has declared war on America. Only Detective Michael Bennett knows why.
Manuel Perrine doesn't fear anyone or anything. A charismatic and ruthless leader, Perrine slaughters rivals as effortlessly as he wears his trademark white linen suit.
Detective Bennett once managed to put Perrine behind bars, the only official in the U.S. ever to accomplish that. But now Perrine is out, and he has sworn to find and kill Bennett and everyone dear to him.
"Help for the Haunted: A Novel"
By John Searles
It begins with a call one snowy February night. Lying in her bed, young Sylvie Mason overhears her parents on the phone across the hall.
This is not the first late-night call they have received, since her mother and father have an uncommon occupation: helping "haunted souls" find peace.
And yet something in Sylvie senses that this call is different from the others, especially when they are lured to the old church on the outskirts of town. Once there, her parents disappear, one after the other, behind the church's red door, leaving Sylvie alone in the car.