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1. A Graphic Novel About Sisters

Sisters by Raina Telgemeier

Sisters(for ages 8-12) by Raina Telgemeier

When she was young, Raina was so excited to become a big sister. She couldn’t wait to have a sibling to play with! She hoped it would be like having a built-in friend who would never have to go home before dinnertime. But when Amara was born, Raina found having a sibling wasn’t quite what she expected. She was a cute baby, but she cried a lot.

Now that Raina is starting middle school, she can hardly get a minute of privacy at home, especially because she’s crammed into one bedroom with her younger sister and her younger brother Will. To keep the peace between Raina and Amara, Mom and Dad decide to do some room rearranging. Raina will get her own room, and Will and Amara will share the big bedroom. Mom and Dad will move to a sofa bed in the living room.

Will these two sisters finally figure out how to get along?

Sisters by Raina Telgemeier

Check out this video preview of Sisters

! Doesn’t the art remind you of Raina Telgemeier’s other books Smile and Drama?

Do you have any siblings? What do you love the most about having a brother or sister? What parts don’t you love about it? Tell us what you think in the Comments below!

Marisa, STACKS Intern

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2. Choose Your Own Adventure, Part 3

Adventure Books Bash

Welcome back to Choose Your Own Adventure! In a choose-your-own-adventure story, you read a chapter and then you get a few choices of what the character should do next. For the STACKS Adventure Books Bash, we’re celebrating adventure with a choose-your-own-adventure story written by me! Have you read Part 1 and Part 2 yet? Pay attention to your answer choices because when the story is done, your answers will reveal the adventure hero you are most like. Are you ready???

Part 3

You know it’s going to be dark soon, and also time for dinner, but you are mesmerized by your new discovery. Curiosity gets the best of you, and you reach out and pull on the knob.

Nothing budges.

You try twisting and pushing, but nothing happens. The door is totally stuck. Frustrated, you plop down on the grass and watch the last rays of the sun as it slides behind the horizon.

After a while, you start to feel chilly and kind of hungry, so you decide to go home. As you stand up, though, the ground beneath you starts to tremble. As the trembling intensifies, you hear a loud rattling noise. You look over and see that the door is shaking and bright light is seeping out from the edges.

Scared, you start crawling backwards. The sky, which was completely clear only a moment ago, is full of dark clouds. With a loud CRACK, rain begins pouring from the sky. The wind picks up and intensifies until you feel like you’re being battered by rain on all sides.

You start running towards a large tree in the middle of the field, thinking you can hide in it, when suddenly a bolt of lightning slices through the air and strikes the tree, exploding it. Screaming, you start running back towards the woods and your house. The ground is getting muddy and you are slipping and sliding, so it’s taking you a long time to cover the last twenty yards. Before you can process what’s happening, another bolt of lightning strikes a small shrub only a few yards to your left.  You keep running and lightning strikes another patch of grass to your right. You’re about a foot away from the door, which is still shaking violently like someone—or something—is trying to escape.

You . . .

A) knock and see if anyone answers.

B) keep running for a place to hide!

C) try to remember everything you learned in wilderness safety class. You remember something about lying face down on the ground. That might not be the most accurate memory, but it’ll do—so you do it.

D) know that metal conducts electricity in a thunderstorm so you do NOT touch that metal doorknob.

E) pull on the knob! You need to get indoors and you need to get indoors NOW!

What would YOU do? Share your answer in the Comments below! And check back for the next installment of the story.

 Also, please plan to come to the Readathon!

See ya next time,

image from kids.scholastic.com — En-Szu, STACKS Staffer

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3. Loot

Loot by Jude Watson (for ages 9-12)

LOSERS, WEEPERS. STEALERS, KEEPERS.

When Rick Riordan, author of the Percy Jackson series, says a book is “the perfect summer read,” you know it’s got to be good! He (and we!) love Loot, an action-packed heist book by The 39 Clues author Jude Watson.

Loot starts when March McQuin’s criminal father, Alfie, falls off a high rooftop in a heist gone wrong. As Alfie speaks his last words, he manages to tell March to “find jewels.” But March soon learns that “jewels” is actually “Jules” — a twin sister he’s never heard of!

After finding each other, March and Jules plan to follow their father’s footsteps and find a new life for themselves. With just one well-planned heist, the two could be living beyond their wildest dreams! The only question is how? It all becomes clear when March begins to discover hints his father left behind…

Start reading the action-packed Loot here!

Would you have the courage to pull off a heist like March and Jules? What friends would you take along the way?  Post your answers in the Comments below!

 

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4. Ice Cream Personality Quiz

Ice creamWhat Ice Cream Flavor Are You?

  1. You like to eat your ice cream . . . A) atop a warm piece of apple pie. B) from a waffle cone. C) in a giant sundae. D) from a cup.
  2. Your favorite topping is . . .  A) whipped cream and a cherry. You’re so classic! B) rainbow sprinkles! You love some extra color and crunch.  C) hot fudge. Extra chocolate, please! D) chocolate crunchies. Yummy and sophisticated!
  3. If an avalanche of ice cream were coming right at you, you would . . . A) drizzle chocolate sauce onto it from an airplane. B) sculpt it into beautiful shapes. C) dive right in and eat your way out of the ice cream rubble.  D) practice snowboarding tricks off the chocolate chunk cliffs!
  4. Choose a vacation destination.  A) London. B) New York. C) Florida D) California.
  5. If you drove an ice cream truck, the song it would play is . . .  A) “Classic” by MKTO. B) “What Makes You Beautiful” by One Direction
. C) “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. D)”“Really Don’t Care” by Demi Lovato.
  • Your favorite summer footwear is . . . A) tennis shoes. B) barefoot. C) flip-flops. D) fancy sandals.
  • Choose a dessert besides ice cream.  A) Sugar cookies. Simple but delicious! B) Cupcakes. Do we have funfetti sprinkles? C) Brownies. Bring on the chocolate! D) Thin Mints. Can I have a glass of milk, please?
  • The word that describes you best is . . . A) kind. B) curious. C) cheerful. D) edgy.
  • Ready to find out what ice cream flavor you are? Count up your answers to find out!

    If you answered mostly A’s: You are vanilla bean!
    Cool, traditional, and always one of the most popular – that’s you! There’s no drama when it comes to you, which makes you an incredible friend to have! You are a warm and comforting friend, and you get along with everyone.

    If you answered mostly B’s: You are rainbow sherbet!
    You’re adventurous and curious about everything, and you’ve got a great head on your shoulders! You’ve got an exotic flair, and people are always interested in learning more about you. You always know how to keep friends entertained, and you have a brilliant creative spark!

    If you answered mostly C’s: You are chocolate fudge brownie!
    You are totally decadent – hanging out with you is like living in the lap of luxury. You live life to the fullest, and you know that chocolate is the best way to cheer up anyone who’s down. Nobody can resist your generous and cheerful personality!

    If you answered mostly D’s: You are mint chocolate chip!
    You’re a little different, and most importantly, you are super-refreshing. You are calm, refined, and always keep your cool. Don’t forget the chocolate chips – you’ve got a bit of an edgy side as well, and it’s part of what makes you so interesting!

    —Marisa, STACKS Intern

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    5. Back-to-School Who Would Win

    Back to School

    It’s time to go back to school!

    It’s finally time to go back to school! YAYYYY!!! There are so many reasons to get excited about going back to school but for today’s Who Would Win, please choose between these 2:

    Which is better?

    Having the best school library OR having the best school supplies in your school bag?

    Back to School

    Leave your vote in the Comments. And tell us your favorite part about going back to school

    .

    –Sonja, STACKS Staffer

    The librarian photo credit aussiegal; My schoool bag photo credit anasararojas

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    6. The Secret Kingdom Series

    The Secret Kingdom

    The Lowdown on the Secret Kingdom Series (for ages 7-10)

    Have you read the Secret Kingdom series? If you haven’t heard about these magical books, here’s everything you need to know to get started:

    The girls in charge: Ellie, Summer, and Jasmine! These three best friends find an enchanted box that whisks them away to a place called the Secret Kingdom, where they go on amazing adventures and have to save the day from . . .

    the villain, better known as Queen Malice. She lives on a grey thundercloud, so you can imagine how mean she is! She is constantly trying to take over the Secret Kingdom and she makes everyone who lives there simply miserable, especially her brother . . .

    the good guy. King Merry is just a happy royal with a knack for inventing magical things. He wants the best for all his loving citizens, but unfortunately, he’s often forgetful and gets confused easily.

    Luckily, Ellie, Summer, and Jasmine don’t have to save the Secret Kingdom alone – they have Trixi the Pixie to cast spells and help them defeat Queen Malice!

    To read an exclusive excerpt from their first adventure in the Secret Kingdom, click here

    .

    If you love it as much as we think you will, you’ll be happy to know there are LOTS more books in the series! Look for Book 2: Unicorn Valley, and help Ellie, Summer, and Jasmine save the Secret Kingdom yet again!

     

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    7. Choose Your Own Adventure, Part 2

    Adventure Books Bash

    Welcome back to Choose Your Own Adventure! In a choose-your-own-adventure story, you read a chapter and then you get a few choices of what the character should do next. For the STACKS Adventure Books Bash, we’re celebrating adventure with a choose-your-own-adventure story written by me! Have you read Part 1 yet? Pay attention to your answer choices because when the story is done, your answers will reveal the adventure hero you are most like. Are you ready???

    Part 2

    “Alfie!” you say. You don’t want to be left alone, and he’s acting weird. “Come back!” He looks back a few times and barks, but soon his fluffy, yellow tail is out of sight. You sigh and think, “So much for loyalty.”

    You start walking deeper into the field. You’re still mad at Kyle and don’t want to go home just yet. You’re distractedly wondering why Alfie was behaving so strangely when you trip and nearly fall on your face.

    At first you think you tripped over a large rock or piece of garbage. After all, the grass is pretty unruly and tall, and sometimes rowdy teenagers leave trash here. But when you look back, you see something glinting in the light of the setting sun — a shiny, metal doorknob covered in strange symbols.

    Curious, you lean in closer and can see that it is attached to a wooden door in the ground. The door isn’t very big and it looks old, but the knob looks very new.

    You . . .

    a) call a friend and tell him/her to come take a look before deciding what to do next.b) think it looks pretty cool and you want to look at it later, but for now it’s more important to find gross bugs to stick in your brother’s bed.d) take a picture of the doorknob with your phone. Then go home to do some research on the meaning of the symbols.new installments of the story.

    See ya next time,

    image from kids.scholastic.com — En-Szu, STACKS Staffer

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    8. Kelli Berglund in How to Build a Better Boy

    Kelli Berglund in How to Build a Better BoyAshley Argota)

    teases Mae about not having a date to the Homecoming Dance, the friends use a computer to program the perfect boy. What could possibly go wrong? Umm. . . lots.

    First let’s meet the boy, played by Marshall Williams.

    Check out this video.

    Now, let’s hear from Kelli.

    Q: What’s the most embarrassing that’s happened to you?

    Kelli: One time I was filming a scene, and I slipped and I fell right on my face. Billy [who plays her brother Chase on Lab Rats] and I tripped over each other and we just landed face-down in opposite directions. It was really funny! It was on camera, but we just got up and laughed it off.

    Q: Can you tell me one thing that you think would help to make the world a better place?Kelli: I think everyone should stop being so judgmental of everybody. I think if we started loving more–I honestly think that would definitely help make the world a better place.

    Q: What’s the best book you ever read (besides this one)

    ?

    Kelli: The Maze Runner (for ages 12 and up) and they are actually turning it into a movie, which I am really excited about. It was so good. It’s kind of similar to The Hunger Games (for ages 12 and up) but the storyline is completely different. It involves a lot of action and character development. I actually auditioned to be in the movie! And I was like, “I read the book and I’m prepared,” but I ended up not booking it. But it was cool just to audition for it.this brand new video.

    Are you excited for Kelli’s new movie? Share your thoughts in the comments below! And don’t forget to read our earlier interview with Kelli and her Lab Rats castmates

    , as well as our interview with Kelli’s new costar China Anne McClain!

    Interview by Sue Schneider
    Images courtesy of Disney XD

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    9. SPONSORED POST The Art of Duck Tape

    The Art of Duck Tapethese crafts

    ! for a necklace or bracelet.
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    Do you have your own idea for a Duck Tape® craft? Share it in the Comments below!

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    10. August Readathon

    Extra!You’re invited to a live readathon!Reading Buzz Message Board

  • How: Sign in to the Message Board at noon with your STACKS screen name. If you don’t have a screen name, it’s easy to get one – and free! Sign up now.
  • Hope to see you at the readathon! If you have school, you can still come join us after school! We will understand if you’re late!

    Sonja, STACKS Staffer

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    11. The World According to Humphrey Book Review

    Humphrey the hamster100% Kid-Approved Book RecommendationsHi. I am writing to tell you about the book The World According to Humphrey. The book is about a hamster that a teacher adopted. The hamster is very smart and he talks, but not to the characters that are in the story. When he talks, they just hear squeak-squeak-squeak, or something like that. The book is really cool because the hamster talks about his life. There is a lock on his cage, but what the other characters don’t know is that it really doesn’t lock. He meets a lot of friends on the way and some of them are pretty funny. I think you should read this book because it is really funny, and it’s just a really good book.DolphinRed228

    ? Leave a Comment or go to the Reading Buzz Message Board to join the discussion about this book.

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    12. Choose Your Own Adventure, Part I

    Adventure Books Bash

    In a choose-your-own-adventure story, you read a chapter and then you get a few choices of what the character should do next. For the STACKS Adventure Books Bash, let’s celebrate adventure with a choose-your-own-adventure story written by me! Pay attention to your answer choices because when the story is done, your answers will reveal the adventure hero you are most like. WHAAAAT?

    Part 1

    Your brother Kyle is driving you nuts. He tapes cling wrap to your toilet seat in the morning, hides the television remote, and cries so much when he sees you on your skateboard that Mom makes you let him try it—and he breaks it. You storm out the back door with your golden retriever, Alfie, hot on your heels. You head into the woods that border your back yard. It is a pretty warm evening, and Alfie is panting so loudly you’re sure he can be heard from the house. He looks happy to be out exploring instead of lying around, though, so you don’t send him back home. Besides, you’re happy to have a companion. Even though you’re mad, you don’t really feel like being alone. You make your way further into the woods until you reach the field on the other side.

    It’s a great place to blow off steam. The world seems to stretch on forever from here, and the sunset casts everything in a brilliant orange glow.

    Suddenly, Alfie stops at the edge of the trees.

    “C’mon, boy!” you say. Alfie looks torn. He takes a few tentative steps forward before retreating and barking a few times.

    “Shh!” you say. “C’mon, Alfie!” But Alfie just barks again and walks in circles a few times before barking some more. He looks nervous. He stares at you quizzically, tongue hanging out and slobbering everywhere. After a few moments, he turns around and starts trotting back towards the house.

    You . . .

    A) pull a treat out of your pocket to persuade Alfie to stay.

    B) are spooked, so you just start running home.

    C) realize that Aflie’s usually a pretty reasonable dog. If he’s acting up, there’s something wrong. You follow him back into the woods. You can hang out there instead.

    D) decide to search for whatever it is that’s making him behave strangely. Is there a wild animal nearby?

    E) continue on without Alfie. Whatever! 

    What would YOU do? Vote for your answer choice in the Comments below!

    See ya around,

    image from kids.scholastic.com — En-Szu, STACKS Staffer

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    13. Surrounded by Sharks

    Surrounded by Sharks

    Top 5 things I learned while writing Surrounded by Sharks (for ages 12 and up)

    By Michael Northrop

    I’ve always been fascinated by sharks and have been a devoted viewer of Shark Week

    since it first aired in 1987, but even I was surprised by some of the things I discovered when I waded into the research for my latest book.
    1. Sharks are nature’s true smelling machines. Unlike bloodhounds and the owners of the world’s other notable noses, sharks don’t breathe through their nostrils. They use them for only one thing: finding food (and, okay, the occasional mate).
    2. Sharks’ senses are all sharp, but the one they use up close is a sort of underwater spider-sense. They can detect even the tiniest electrical charges in the water, as small as five one-billionths of a volt. If a fish swims by, the shark can sense its bioelectric field, each flick of its tail and beat of its heart.
    3. In the book, Davey stays afloat with the help of a discarded water cooler bottle. About ten million tons of plastic make their way into the ocean each year. And, fictional flotation devices aside, they serve absolutely no purpose other than pollution.
    4. The cool stripes that give tiger sharks their name fade out as they reach adulthood. As with humans, it’s the young ones that have all the style!
    5. While sharks get all the attention, riptides are the real killers at the beach. Over the past ten years, rip currents have killed an estimated one hundred people annually in the US alone. That’s more than floods, tornadoes, lightning, or hurricanes. Sharks are responsible for about one fatality every two years, fewer than fireworks, roller coasters, or falling vending machines.

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    14. Shark Week Who Would Win

    Shark WeekWho would win this Shark Week match-up?Who Would Win? Shark vs. baby hedgehog

    Shark photo courtesy Brook Ward. Hedgehog photo courtesy Tiffany Bailey

    Are you loving Shark Week this year, or are you like me, hiding under your covers and thinking about baby hedgehogs? Leave your answer in the Comments!

    image from kids.scholastic.com Sonja, STACKS Staffer

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    15. Reader's Bill of Rights

    Writing Prompt: Shout-outWriting Prompt: Fight for Your Reader Rights!Article 1: Quiet timeArticle 2: Free access to any library in the worldArticle 3: Libraries open on Sundays

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    16. Austin North Interview

    Austin NorthInterview with Austin North from I Didn’t Do It!Austin North

    Image credit Disney Channel

    Q: What was your favorite TV show growing up?

    A: SpongeBob SquarePants.

    Q: Are you a city or country person?

    A: A city person. I love traveling to different cities and experiencing different cultures. I’m originally from Ohio. It was kind of the country. I rode ATVs outside of my house and in the woods.

    Q: What was the hardest word for you pronounce when you were a kid?

    A: Gator-watermelon. It’s a tongue twister. (Laughs)

    Austin seems really great. Are you a fan of I Didn’t Do It? Be sure to check out our interview with his co-star Olivia Holt

     and share your thoughts in the Comments below!

    See ya around,

    image from kids.scholastic.com — En-Szu, STACKS Staffer

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    17. Craft Books Giveaway

    Extra!

    Attention, all crafty people!

    We are offering you a special opportunity for a chance to enter to win 2 free craft books: Felted Friends and Tissue Paper Crafts. 

    Tissue Paper Crafts and Felted Friends book covers

    So cute, right? But, here’s the thing. You can ONLY enter if you subscribe to the STACKS Blast Newsletter

    .

    So right now you may be thinking. . .

    YOU: Oh no! I’m not a STACKS Blast subscriber and I don’t even know what the STACKS Blast is!

    ME: The STACKS Blast is our free monthly e-mail newsletter. You give us your e-mail address and an e-mail address for one of your parents, and once a month (usually around the 15th), we send you a newsletter full of games, quizzes, books, and a sweepstakes you can enter.

    YOU: Cool! I want to get that newsletter! But wait, I want to enter to win those craft books now. How do I enter?

    ME: Patience, grasshopper! First, you sign up for the newsletter

    . Then you must wait until August 15 when Hooray! the STACKS Blast will arrive in your e-mail inbox. Hurry up and open it! Inside, you’ll see a special section for the STACKS Giveaway. That’s where you enter. OK?

    Don’t forget to sign up for the STACKS Blast Newsletter

     and enter the sweepstakes. Good luck!

    image from kids.scholastic.com — Sonja, STACKS Staffer

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    18. Authors Talk Summer Reading

    Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge

    What’s the Big Deal About Summer Reading?

    You have probably heard over and over again how important it is to keep reading during the summer while you’re not in school. If you haven’t heard this before, well then let me be the first person to tell you summer reading is important, people! You SHOULD read over the summer while you’re not in school!

    We asked 2 very special Scholastic authors why this is true. Gordon Korman is the author of the Swindle series

    , a few books in The 39 Clues series, and, like, a million other books. He published his first book when he was 14 years old! David Shannon is the author of picture books such as Alice the Fairy, A Bad Case of Stripes, and No, David!

    Q: What is the top reason kids should read over the summer?

    Gordon Korman: I think reading is kind of a self-feeding cycle — the more you read, the more you WANT to read. But when I write, my goal is primarily to entertain my readers. So my top reason kids should read over the summer is for fun.

    David Shannon: To keep from becoming a slug! Reading keeps your imagination running in a way that TV and video games can’t. It works out your brain but relaxes your body, and those are both good things. There’s more down time in the summer, too, and you can read whatever you want.

    So there you have it. Have fun and don’t be a slug! READ! When you do, you can log your minutes and be eligible for prizes in the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge.

     Leave a Comment to tell us why YOU love summer reading, and whether or not you agree with these authors’ advice.

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    19. July Books of the Month

    Recommend me!It’s time for Books of the Month!I asked you all what books you were reading

    . Then I made a word cloud to show which titles are most popular. As he has been for some time now, Percy Jackson leads the pack in popularity, but some other titles have been steadily rising in rank over the months. (Percy had better watch his back! Dork Diaries is sneaking up there!) See for yourself:July books of the monthHarry Potter Readathon

    !!!

    Let’s keep this going. What books are you reading now? What books do you absolutely, positively love and think everyone in the whole wide world should read? Leave the title (or titles!) in the Comments below. I can’t wait to see what new books you recommend!

    See ya,

    image from kids.scholastic.com — En-Szu, STACKS Staffer

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    20. Harry Potter Birthday Cake Bake-Off

    Harry Potter StampVote for your favorite Harry Potter birthday cake.Harry Potter Birthday Cake

    Which birthday cake do you vote for as the best fan-made Harry Potter birthday cake?! Leave your vote in the Comments.

    Marisa, STACKS Intern

    Birthday cake image credits: Daniel Drexler, woodleywonderworks, Two Kings Confections, TipsyCake Chicago

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    21. Disney Stars Read Books

    Recommend me!We are always curious/nosy to know what people are reading. You never know where your next favorite book will come from. So we asked a few stars of Disney shows to tell us what they are reading this summer. Here’s what they said . . .Francesca Capaldi

    from Dog With a Blog is reading Cupcake Cousins by Kate Hannigan.

    Calum Worthy in Austin & AllyCalum Worthy from Austin and AllyMaddy Whitby from Radio Disney’s Morgan & Maddy in the Morning is re-reading the Harry Potter series.

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    22. Doggie Create a Caption

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    23. Adventure Guess the Books

    Guess the book

    Adventure Guess the Books

    We are celebrating books of adventurous action this August. Can you guess the book titles from this tiny sliver of each cover? I’ll give you a hint: They are all really, really action-filled adventure books!Adventure Guess the Books Quiz

    image from kids.scholastic.com— Sonja, STACKS Staffer

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    24. SPONSORED POST Dolphin Tale 2

    Dolphin Tale 2 Sponsored PostMarine Life Champion Personality Quiz

    and find out how you can help animals like Winter!

    Excited to learn more about the rescue and rehabilitation of marine life in Dolphin Tale 2

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    25. Adventure Guess the Books Answers

    Guess the book

    Adventure Guess the Books: Answers Revealed!

    Your challenge yesterday was to name the book titles just by looking at these little pieces of the book covers

    . Did you guess them all?

    Here are the answers:

    1. The Kane Chronicles:
     The Serpent’s Shadow by Rick Riordan
  • The 39 Clues: Unstoppable: Nowhere to Run
  •  by Jude Watson
  • Heroes of Olympus: The Lost Hero 
  • by Rick Riordan
  • I Survived the Japanese Tsunami, 2011
  • by Lauren Tarshis
  • Infestation
  • by Timothy J. Bradley

    How did you do? Have you read all these books? Then you should totally join us for the rest of the Adventure Books Bash

    going on all month long!

    image from kids.scholastic.com— Sonja, STACKS Staffer

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