The Secret Keepers by Trenton Lee Stewart is about a young boy named Reuben who finds this extraordinary watch that has a very powerful secret. At first Rueben thinks that it is a way out of his life of poverty, but after discovering more and more secrets about the watch, Reuben wants to take down the evil villain, The Smoke, and his defenders, The Directioners. With help from his friends Penny, Jack, and Mrs. Genevieve can Reuben and his watch take down The Smoke and The Directioners?
Going, Going, Gone by Nicholas O. Time is about a group of middle school friends named Matt, Luis, and Grace who have a very mysterious library teacher named Valerie Tremt. She gives them a book called The Book Of Mysteries, which seems like a normal book, but it's just blank pages. The kids figure out that it is a time traveling book. Put in the time and place and...you're there. They all go back to 1951 to help Matt's grandpa become a major league player, but they only have 3 hours to do it.
The Bolds by Julian Clary is the story of a family of hyenas who pose as a human family because they think it will be fun. The Bolds try to fit in with the humans, and are so convincing that the humans around them do not know that the Bolds are hyenas. The Bolds are afraid that if the humans ever find out, they will be caught by animal control and be sent away. When they meet a pack of wild hyenas the Bolds realize the other hyenas are in trouble. They want to help, but can they without reavealing their secret to the world?
Lantern Sam and The Blue Streak Bandits by Micheal D. Beil is about a boy in the 1930's named Henry who is on a train to visit his father who works with boats. On his way there he meets a girl named Ellie and a talking calico cat named Sam. Sam can only talk to Henry and the conductor but not Ellie. And nobody knows why he can only talk to these certain people, not even Sam himself. Everything is rolling smoothly until Ellie gets kidnapped! Can Henry and Sam find her before things really derail?