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THE CURSE OF THE FULL MOON MUST BE BROKEN!
On a dark and stormy night, Cleo and Evan are haunted by a disaster. Evan has been bitten by a werewolf! If they can't find the cure -- and the right key -- before the full moon rises, he'll be stuck prowling the pages of this ghost story for good!
THE FUTURE IS UNDER ATTACK!
A super-smart, super-evil computer network has taken over the world. And Cleo and Evan are the only ones who can take it down. But the network has sent robots, drones, and cyborgs to stop them. If they can find a way to pull the plug -- and find their next key -- Cleo and Evan just might survive this science fiction showdown!
A MAGICAL KINGDOM AT WAR!
The quest is clear. To save the kingdom, Cleo and Evan must battle clever elves, horrible trolls, and the mighty Golden Dragon. Magic will help them win the war--and find the right key. But it will take more than swords and spells to survive this epic fantasy!
Discover the truth behind your favorite aliens in this intergalactic Ben 10 character guide. Ben and Gwen share the secrets of the Omnitrix and introduce a new batch of alien alter egos, montrous villains, and extraterrestrial oddballs.
SURVIVING THE WILDERNESS IS ONLY HALF THE BATTLE!
A plane crash in the Amazon lands Cleo and Evan on the hunt for a valuable golden statue. They must find it -- and their next key -- to make it home alive. But the jungle is full of deadly creatures, raging rapids, and an all-too-familiar villain who wants nothing more than to trap them forever!
A SPY MUST BE READY FOR ANYTHING!
Agents Cleo and Evan have been given an impossible mission: become super-spies and foil the plans of an evil mastermind. But it won't be easy to break into the Viper's secret underwater lair, complete a daring rescue, find the right key, and get out alive!
A PRICELESS DIAMOND...STOLEN!
When Cleo and Evan go undercover to help a rookie detective interview a mansion full of suspects, nothing is as it seems. They must catch the crook -- and find the right key -- or they could be trapped inside this mystery forever...
When eleven-year-old Jeremy Bender does major damage to his father's prized boat, he figures he has one way to avoid being grounded for life: Fix it before Dad finds out. But even if Jeremy and his best friend, Slater, combined their allowances for a year, they still wouldn't have enough money for the cost of repairs.
Inspiration strikes when the boys see an ad for the Windjammer Whirl. Sponsored by the Cupcake Cadets, the model sailboat race pays five hundred dollars to the winner. There's just one problem: You must be a Cadet—and a girl—to compete.
Confident that it will be the easiest money they've ever made, Jeremy convinces Slater they should dress up like girls and infiltrate the troop. But as the boys proceed to botch everything from camping to field hockey, they realize that being a Cadet is no piece of cupcake.
Can Jeremy and Slater earn their badges and win the money? Or will their Cupcake careers be over faster than you can say "vanilla frosting"?
All in all, sixteen-year-old Andrew Lang has been dealt a pretty good hand in life. Sure, he has to spend his afternoons slaving away in the hellhole that is his dad's dry-cleaning business, but even that's not so bad with Jasmine, the seriously hot Goth-chick senior, working right beside him. So what if she's got a boyfriend? Plus, Andrew's got an ace up his sleeve – he's good at poker. Very good. Unfortunately, all it takes is one bad beat at Shushie's illegal poker club to turn Andrew's bankroll from huge to nonexistent. And Andrew's pretty sure that sooner or later his dad's going to notice that $600 he "borrowed" from the register. Andrew thinks he may know how to get the money back, but it's a little bit crazy, and a little bit dangerous . . .
In this breakneck-paced novel about gambling and growing up, the stakes are high, and Andrew must ask himself: What does going all in really mean?