The Boy in the Dress by David Walliams.
It all started with a Vogue magazine. Dennis is a bit surprised—but not terribly perturbed—to discover that he enjoys wearing dresses. The 12-year-old does, however, realize this is not the kind of revelation he wants to share with his truck-driving dad, his older brother, or his mates on the school football team, where he is a star player.
by John Flanagan.
Soon to conclude his apprenticeship and become a ranger, young Will joins his friends on a perilous mission to free Erak, who has been captured by the Arridians and held for ransom. Book 7 in the popular Ranger’s Apprentice series,
Girls Acting Catty
by Leslie Margolis.
Annabelle’s new school has been different, but she learned that the trick to getting along with boys is like training a new puppy, so what’s the trick to getting along with ‘catty girls’?
The Eyeball Collector
by F. E. Higgins.
With his father dead, his wealth gone, and himself out on the street in a bad part of the city, Hector vows revenge against the blackmailing villain, nicknamed the Eyeball Collector, who caused his father's fatal heart attack.
Bylines by Sue Macy.
Nellie Bly, one of the first investigative journalists, never shied away from a challenging assignment—even being voluntarily committed to an insane asylum for a story.