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Avi. Something Upstairs
If sixteen-year-old Kenny doesn't solve the mystery of the murdered black slave and a centuries-old locked door, he may be trapped forever in the past. (Juv Fic SF)
Banks, Lynne Reid. Melusine: A Mystery.
While vacationing at a French chateau with his family, Roger discovers that the landlord's daughter, Melusine, hides a shocking secret. (YA Fic M)
Bauer, Joan. Thwonk.
Be careful what you wish for! That's exactly the problem caused by a personal cupid making dreams come true. (YA Fic)
Brittain, Bill. Wings.
Are they a gift... or a curse? With newly sprouted wings, 12-year-old Ian is shunned by his family but learns acceptance from strangers.
Burnard, Damon. Burger!
Vegetarianism can pay off when a love of hamburgers leads to a dangerous encounter with an extraterrestrial being.
Charnas, Suzy McKee. The Kingdom of Kevin Malone.
Amy follows neighborhood bully Kevin Malone through one of Central Park's stone tunnels and into Fayre Farre, a dangerous world of Kevin's imagination. (Juv Fic SF)
Cooney, Caroline. Both Sides of Time.
Annie Lockwood is romantically entangled in two love triangles as she travels between the present and the late 1800s. (Juv Fic SF)
Cooper, Susan. The Boggart.
An ancient Scottish imp creates havoc with an American family. (Juv Fic SF)
Dickinson, Peter. Eva.
Eva wonders why she has the memories of a chimpanzee after an automobile accident. (YA Fic)
Duncan, Lois. Locked in Time.
What do Nore's new stepmother and a black widow spider have in common? (YA Fic M)
Gaiman, Neil. Neverwhere.
An average young businessman who stops to help a girl bleeding on a London sidewalk finds himself pulled into a bizarre subterranean world. (Fic)
Gould, Steven. Jumper.
Teleporting can be an advantage, but Davy discovers that merely surviving is not enough for him. (Fic SF)
Hautman, Pete. Mr. Was.
After his dying grandfather tries to strangle him, Jack Lund discovers a door that leads him 50 years into the past. (YA Fic)
Hobbs, Will. Kokopelli's Flute.
When he plays an ancient bone flute found in Anasazi ruins, Tep Jones unleashes mystical powers beyond his control. (Juv Fic SF)
James, Mary. Shoebag.
Shoebag, a happy cockroach surrounded by his family, suddenly finds himself changed into a human boy. (Juv Fic)
Kindl, Patrice. Owl in Love.
Even the simple activity of eating can a real problem for an owl who goes to school as a girl, and falling in love is even more of a crisis and a danger. (YA Fic)
Klause, Annette. The Silver Kiss.
Why is beautiful Lion so understanding about Zoe's dying mother--and so frightening? (YA Fic)
Nolan, Han. If I Should Die Before I Wake.
While neo-Nazi wanna-be Hilary Burke lies in a coma, she slips into the memory of Holocaust survivor Chana Bergman.
Pullman, Philip. The Subtle Knife.
In the second book of the His Dark Materials trilogy, Lyra Belaqua finds herself in the beautiful, haunted world of Cittagazze and discovers an object of extraordinary and devastating power. (Juv Fic SF)
Scrimger, Richard. The Nose from Jupiter.
Neither brave nor strong, 13-year-old Alan finds a way to solve his problems after a tiny alien from Jupiter takes up residence in his nose. (Juv Fic)
Shetterly, Will. Elsewhere.
Ron, a runaway from the World, searches for magic and meaning but finds himself caught between the humans, elves, and halfies who inhabit the unreal place of Bordertown. (Juv Fic SF)
Sleator, William. Strange Attractors.
Waking up from an attack of amnesia and in possession of a time-travel phaser, Max plays hide-and-seek with a father and daughter and their ruthless look-alikes from another time. (Juv Fic SF)
Vazquez, Diego. Growing Through the Ugly.
Seventeen-year-old Buzzy tells the story of his life while flying back from Vietnam in his casket. (Fic)
Wieler, Diana. RanVan: the Defender.
Fifteen-year-old RanVan's dreams of saving damsels in distress and conquering evil come true when his world of video games overlaps with reality.
Willis, Connie. To Say Nothing of the Dog.
Interrupting the time continuum between 1888 and 1940 may be a disaster for Ned Henry, an historian from the mid-twenty-first century. (Fic SF)
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