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The Brain Finds a Leg by Martin Chatteton

Reading Level: Grades 4-6

No one had ever linked the bizzare incidents before Theophilus Nero Hercuke Sherlock Wimsey Father Brown Marlowe Spade Christie Edgar Allen Brain showed up in Sheldon's 6th grade classroom.

Sheldon McGlone has pretty much been on autopilot ever since his father was killed in the whale attack. But the Brain was sure that the whale attack, the bird poop incident and the possum car theft ring were all connected. The Brain is also certain that he is a greater slueth that all the detectives he was named for.  Since all great detectives he needs a sidekick. He picks Sheldon.

When Sheldon encounters a serverd human leg and an enormous salt water crocodile barking like a dog in the Brain's bedroom, he should have run. Instead he finds himself drawn into a mad cap adventure to thwart an international villian.

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If you enjoy this zany adventure try:

Whales on Stilts by M.T. Anderson and

We Are Not Eaten By Yaks by C. Alexander London

Notes from a Totally Lame Vampire: Because the Undead Have Feelings Too! by Tim Collins

Reading Level: Grades 6 - 8

Nigel is about to turn 100 and he has yet to have a girlfriend. His problem is that, although he is a vampire, he does not have super strength, preternatural speed, or hypnotizing beauty. In fact he is weaker and slower than most of his classmates, and sunlight gives him a bad case of acne. In short, he is forever trapped in the body of a geeky 15 year old boy. How will he ever be able to impress the beautiful new girl and maybe, someday, get to bite someone?

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How to Teach a Slug to Read by Susan Pearson

Reading Level: Ages 4 - 6

Have you ever seen a slug in your backyard or garden?  If so, you may have wondered -- "how on earth would I go about teaching this slug to read, if it asked me?  I don't know the first thing about teaching a slug to read!"  Well, never fear -- this wonderful, instructional book will tell you everything you need to know about teaching slugs the wonderful art of reading.  You might even learn some good tips for yourself! 

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Other great books about reading:

How Do You Read to a Rabbit? by Andrea Wayne-von-Konigslow

Read to Tiger by S. J. Fore

Dog Loves Books by Louise Yates

We Are In a Book! by Mo Willems

Adios, Oscar!: a Butterfly Fable by Peter Elwell