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The Translucent Boy And The Girl Who Saw Him by Tom Hoffman

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The Translucent Boy and the Girl Who Saw Him (The Translucent Boy Book 1)

by Tom Hoffman
4.9 stars – 13 reviews
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Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Odo Whitley is translucent, human frosted glass, eyes peering through him, never at him. His achingly lonely existence is upended when a strange girl with flaming orange hair passes him a cryptic note in science class, sending the two unlikely new friends on an interdimensional quest for a mysterious lost doll.

With help from the enigmatic man in the gray hat, a huge yellow octopus from Plindor, a lovely old brainless dead lady, and their new boss at the Serendipity Salvage Company, Odo Whitley and Sephie Crumb must travel to the terrifying world of Atroxia and find the doll before it falls into the hands of the murderous children of Sensus.

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Maria Patia: Away We Go!

by Lisa Grant
4.2 stars – 8 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
Ten-year-old Maria and her family are moving from Columbus, Ohio to Charleston, South Carolina. Maria has a lot of friends in school in Ohio—including Adam, Jania, Sara, Noah, and Emma—and they do a lot of things together. Their favorite pastime after school is to go exploring in parks, where they find different types of plants and animals. But now Maria is panicking because she’s moving to Charleston. Oh no! What will she do without her friends? Whom will she go with to the park? The following story will take you inside the mind of little Maria and how she faces the challenges of moving.
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