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Ho...ho...ho...Scott Calvin (aka Santa Clause) is back and everything seems perfect for him and his family. But when Jack Frost tries to take over Clause’s holiday, Santa has to pull double-duty. He must figure out away to keep his family happy and prevent Christmas from falling into Frost’s chilly hands. Lucy Miller is a very lucky girl. Her Uncle Scott is Santa Claus, and this Christmas he's invited her to the North Pole. But sneaky Jack Frost wants to destory Santa's workshop. Can Lucy find a way to save her uncle's work shop?
The Council of Legendary Figures has a problem. Jack Frost will not behave! To teach him a lesson, the council orders him to help Santa prepare for Christmas. But things quickly start to go wrong at the North Pole. Will Frost end up ruining Christmas forever?
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Ho...ho...ho...Scott Calvin (aka Santa Clause) is back and everything seems perfect for him and his family. But when Jack Frost tries to take over Clause’s holiday, Santa has to pull double-duty. He must figure out away to keep his family happy and prevent Christmas from falling into Frost’s chilly hands. Follow along in the laugh-out loud junior novel as Santa tries to save Christmas. /DIV DIVScott Calvin has a big secret. His wife's parents don't know that he is Santa Claus! All iswell until they are invited up for a visit. Now Scott must make the North Pole look like a regular town or risk letting out his secret.
Whenever you hear the sky rumble, that usually means a storm. In Virgil Flowers’ case, make that two. The exceptional new thriller from the writer whose books are “pure reading pleasure” (Booklist). The first storm comes from, of all places, the Minnesota zoo. Two large, and very rare, Amur tigers have vanished from their cage, and authorities are worried sick that they’ve been stolen for their body parts. Traditional Chinese medicine prizes those parts for home remedies, and people will do extreme things to get what they need. Some of them are a great deal more extreme than others—as Virgil is about to find out. Then there’s the homefront. Virgil’s relationship with his girlfriend Frankie has been getting kind of serious, but when Frankie’s sister Sparkle moves in for the summer, the situation gets a lot more complicated. For one thing, her research into migrant workers is about to bring her up against some very violent people who emphatically do not want to be researched. For another…she thinks Virgil’s kind of cute. “You mess around with Sparkle,” Frankie told Virgil, “you could get yourself stabbed.” “She carries a knife?” “No, but I do.” Forget a storm—this one’s a tornado.