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Drooling and dangerous : the Riot Brothers return —Amato, Mary, author.

Orville and Wilbur Riot have never been strangers to adventure. One day they are spies on the trail of dangerous criminals, the next they are movie stars in the making. But one thing is for sure: these brothers will neve...

Snarf attack, underfoodle, and the secret of life —Amato, Mary, author.

Contains three stories in which brothers and best friends Wilbur and Orville Riot catch a thief, overthrow a king, and find a treasure, and includes rules to some of their made-up games.

Our teacher is a vampire and other (not) true stories —Amato, Mary, author.

A notebook that is passed from student to student around a classroom becomes a repository for wild rumors, heartfelt confessions, and creative writing and helps the students cope when their teacher has medical emergency ...

Sing with me, Lucy McGee —Amato, Mary, author.

"A talent contest brings out the worst in Lucy McGee and her fourth-grade classmates"-- Provided by publisher.

Stinky and successful : the Riot brothers never stop —Amato, Mary, author.

Orville and Wilber Riot rescue a damsel in distress, are mad scientists, and defeat a bully.

The Riot Brothers : drooling and dangerous —Amato, Mary, author.

Three more hilarious, gross-out stories featuring Orville and Wilbur Riot.

News from me, Lucy McGee —Amato, Mary, author.

Lucy avoids her school's new Uke Club to help neighbor Scarlet create a Poetry Club, although Scarlet keeps telling her to do things that seem wrong.

Lucky me, Lucy McGee —Amato, Mary, author.

"While Lucy McGee tries to track down her missing ukulele, the members of the Songwriting Club must decide if it's worth competing against one another in a giveaway for free concert tickets." -- Provided by publisher.

Missing monkey! —Amato, Mary, author.

Tired of being pressured to help commit crimes and yearning for a more normal life, twins Jillian and Billy band together to do good deeds while their parents kidnap a monkey from the zoo, hoping to teach it to steal. In...

Open mic night at Westminster Cemetery : a novel in two acts —Amato, Mary, author.

Sixteen-year-old Lacy Brink, surprised to find herself dead and buried at Baltimore's Westminster Cemetery, recruits fellow poets Sam and Edgar Allan Poe in resisting tyrannical Mrs. Steele's rules by having an open mic ...

Dog gone! —Amato, Mary, author.

When their thieving parents steal a rich and famous dog, twins Jillian and Billy, who have grown tired of being crooks, must find a way to get Poochie Smoochie back to her owner. Includes activities.

A star on TV, Lucy McGee

"A chance to be on TV brings out the worst in fourth grader Lucy McGee--and now her friends want her out of the Songwriting Club!"

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