Big Nate in a Class by Himself by Lincoln Peirce.
When Teddy slips Nate a fortune cookie and the fortune reads "Today you will surpass all others," Nate is stoked. Just how will he surpass all others? Nate’s got a plan.
Trackers by Patrick Carman.
“A real tracker knows his terrain inside and out.” Adam’s grandfather was a backwoods tracker, but Adam is the urban version. Give him a room full of computers and cell phones and he’ll find anyone or anything because everyone leaves a trail. But, as Adam and his friends learn the hard way, some of those trails shouldn’t be followed.
Vampireology: The True History Of The Fallen Ones by Archer Brooks.
The latest addition to the bestselling Ologies series follows Joshua Kraik, a private detective, whose murdered colleague has entrusted him with the book he's written about vampires.
Secret Saturdays by Torrey Maldonado.
Dissing is like boxing, Justin thinks—except you fight with words instead of fists. The best disser around is Sean. But something is happening with Sean - his disses are turning vicious, his grades are suffering, and he's got a secret. Could it have something to do with the unexplained, out-of-town trips he and his mother are making?
The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan.
A rousing adventure fantasy, populated with the mysterious figures and symbols of ancient Egypt. At the center of the fantasy are Carter and Sadie Kane, children produced from the joining of two magical dynasties. The problem is they don’t know how to access their powers and they really need them to rescue their father who has been imprisoned in a sarcophagus trapped in another dimension.