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An independent moose, a resilient boy, and a too-tempted dog feature in faves on our year-end list
Tara Fowler and Josh Stillman
Posted on December 27, 2012 at 9:55pm EDT
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A tiny fish steals a blue top hat and thinks he?ll get away with it in this follow-up to I Want My Hat Back.
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Four orphan boys must compete for the ''honor'' of impersonating a long-lost prince.
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A young Lemony Snicket escapes his chaperones and becomes apprenticed to the V.F.D., the mysterious organization from A Series of Unfortunate Events.
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Wilfred thinks he's found the perfect pet to obey all his rules. The catch? Marcel's a moose — and he belongs to no one.
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Ten-year-old August attends public school for the first time, where he becomes the center of attention thanks to his severe facial deformities.
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George is a regular dog who tries to be good while his owner's away — but sometimes his temptations get the best of him.
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McKendry traces 100 years in the history of the iconic intersection, from carriages and coal yards to the 2000 Millenium ball.
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With Aston at the helm, the world of rocks is a fun, diverse, and visually stunning place.
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Seventh grader Georges moves to Brooklyn and becomes a spy recruit for his friend Safer, but all is not as it seems.
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Red Knit Cap Girl lives in an enchanted forest with her animal friends, but her greatest dream is to talk to the moon.