An insomniac counts sheep, only to find they've nodded off. A hedgehog visits outer space to save an alien tourist attraction. Illustrated by Kevin Hawkes. The lion in the library follows all the rules, until there's a good reason not to. After dark, bats head for the surf, sand and moonlight. In a mythical forest, a battle of good and evil contains clues to a real-life treasure hunt. View all New York Times newsletters.
In the Hamptons with the Gossip Girls. Massie and her friends head to Hollywood to audition for a movie; a "Clique" novel. A boy and a young dragon must navigate a bewildering world of dark powers. A witch tries to rid a house of its ghosts. The new girl in town falls in love with a vampire. It's graduation time in Beverly Hills; an "A-List" novel. Ages 15 and up. Trying to solve a mystery, a boy newly arrived in Florida encounters bizarre people.
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Ages 10 and up. Bred to fly, a flock of children have to track down their parents, rescue one of their own and save the world. In a prequel to "Peter Pan," an orphan and his friend Molly try to save the world from evil.
Illustrated by Sal Murdocca. Children travel to the past in a spinning tree house. Ages 6 to 9. Adventures of a magical criminal mastermind. Ages 8 and up. A boy wizard hones his skills and battles evil at Hogwarts. HarperCollins, hardcover only. The chronicles of the poor Baudelaire siblings. Scholastic, hardcover and paperback. Two boys and their grumpy principal fight evil together.
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Ages 7 to Various illustrators. Candlewick, hardcover only. Assorted facts about dragons, wizards and other phantasms. Illustrated by Denise Brunkus. It's a whole new school year for Junie B.
Little, Brown, hardcover and paperback. A vampire's assistant navigates a world of blood and gore. Four clans of cat warriors fight for survival in a threatened forest. Ages 10 to A boy spy follows in his father's footprints. Rankings reflect sales, for the week ended Oct. A dagger indicates that some bookstores report receiving bulk orders. All four children's lists appear each week on the Book Review's Web site.
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A boy spends the night cleaning the school with his father. This is a tender and joyful look at work and time spent together. A Parade of Elephants. By Kevin Henkes.
Five elephants march in a line, up and down, under and over, and round and round, introducing simple concepts to very young children in this perfectly delightful confection. The Party and Other Stories. By Sergio Ruzzier.
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Fox and Chick manage to be good friends despite their differences in this uncluttered, laugh-out-loud early reader. The Patchwork Bike. By Maxine Beneba Clarke. Against a backdrop of dynamic, action-filled paintings, a young girl describes, with tremendous pride, the bike that her brothers made from scrap material and the adventures they have.
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