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Smokin' Muscle Cars

by Bob Woods

America's love affair with cars is most passionate when it comes to the fastest, most powerful, and coolest-looking models on the nation's roads. Author Bob Woods takes readers through the history of flashy...


Smokin' Open-Wheel Race Cars

by Erin Egan

In five fast-paced chapters, author Erin Egan takes readers through the wild world of open-wheel racing. From Formula 1 to the Indy Racing League, racing fans will learn about the history, personalities, and...


Smokin' Dragsters and Funny Cars

by Jim Gigliotti

SMOKIN' DRAGSTERS AND FUNNY CARS explores the personalities, the history, and the crazy cars associated with the wild world of drag racing. Readers get a look into the different types of drag racing-and a "day...


Smokin' Motorcycles

by Bob Woods

Author Bob Woods takes readers on a wild ride through the exciting world of motorcycles! From the history of motorcycles to motorcycle racing, cruisers, choppers, and motocross, biking fans will find plenty...


Zombie Camp: Zombie Zappers Book 1

by Nadia Higgins

Something's fishy . . . Leo can't wait to go to summer camp with his best friend, Chad. It's his best chance to finally solve a decades-old zombie mystery. But things start to get weird as the boys help clean...


Nolan Ryan: Hall of Fame Baseball Superstar

by William W. Lace

For more than twenty-five years, Nolan Ryan thrilled audiences with his sizzling 100-plus mile-per-hour fastballs. Ryan set numerous records, including the career mark for most strikeouts and no-hitters. Follow...


Larry Bird: Hall of Fame Basketball Superstar

by Jack Kavanagh

Many basketball experts consider Larry Bird among the greatest all-around players in the history of basketball. A three-time MVP, Bird guided the Boston Celtics to three NBA championships. Find out how Bird...


Michael Jordan: Hall of Fame Basketball Superstar

by Nathan Aaseng

There was nothing Michael Jordan could not do on the basketball court. He could soar through the lane and dunk over opponents, he could shoot from the outside with great accuracy, and he was one of the best...


Deion Sanders: Hall of Fame Football Superstar

by Glen Macnow

Deion Sanders was known as "Prime Time" because he always played his best when the most people were watching. The only man to play in both the Super Bowl and the World Series, Sanders was a two-sport star. Author...


The Zombie Next Door: Zombie Zappers Book 3

by Nadia Higgins

Creepy is too close for comfort! Leo is convinced his next-door neighbor, Mr. Smith, is a zombie. But in Rotfield, things aren't always what they seem. When a terrible incident happens to Mr. Smith, Leo realizes...


Down, Zombie, Down!: Zombie Zappers Book 4

by Nadia Higgins

Who let the zombies out? Leo is hurt when Chad starts spending all his time with Jeremy. Only his family's new dog, Tina, can make him feel better. But she's been acting funny lately. And she's not the only...


Cal Ripken, Jr.: Hall of Fame Baseball Superstar

by Glen Macnow

Owning the record for consecutive games played, Cal Ripken, Jr., is known as baseball's Iron Man. Find out what other accomplishments landed him in the Baseball Hall of Fame.


Troy Aikman: Hall of Fame Football Superstar

by Glen Macnow

Troy Aikman was known as the "Quarterback of the '90s'." During that decade, the rifle-armed passer led the Dallas Cowboys to three Super Bowl titles. Read about how Aikman became the No. 1 pick in the 1989...


Zombie Field Day: Zombie Zappers Book 2

by Nadia Higgins

Zombies are about to get schooled. Leo and Chad are glad to be back at Rotfield Middle School with their friends. But they can't help noticing some of their classmates are acting a little . . . undead. The Zombie...


Father Mac

by Mike Rafferty

Father Mac is an extraordinary first novel of astonishing breadth. In it the reader is plunged into events in which the Church, the intelligence services, medicine and science all have a part to play.


Meaningless Platter Dudes: Language Transformed on a Platter of Fun

by Carolyn Bishop

If you love goofing off and laughing out loud when you're supposed to be learning something, Meaningless Platter Dudes: Language Transformed on a Platter of Fun is for you.


Deadly Music

by Erwin Buck

Tracking down missing persons is nothing new to Walter Osborne, but his latest case is different. The person he has been hired to find is leading a double life, with few clues to his real identity. Joined by...


Perfect Order: Recognizing Complexity in Bali

by J. Stephen Lansing

Along rivers in Bali, small groups of farmers meet regularly in water temples to manage their irrigation systems. They have done so for a thousand years. Over the centuries, water temple networks have expanded...


Exam Schools: Inside America's Most Selective Public High Schools

by Chester E., Jr. Finn & Jessica A. Hockett

What is the best education for exceptionally able and high-achieving youngsters? Can the United States strengthen its future intellectual leadership, economic vitality, and scientific prowess without sacrificing...


On Settling

by Robert E. Goodin

In a culture that worships ceaseless striving, "settling" seems like giving up. But is it? On Settling defends the positive value of settling, explaining why this disdained practice is not only more realistic...