Random House Books for Young Readers

Random House Books for Young Readers

A Mysterious Egg

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Frank's grandma is a famous paleontologist (that's a dinosaur scientist). But she's also an adult who makes up rules. Rules like: no digging for dinosaur bones when you have a sunburn. That means Frank is stuck playing inside with his annoying cousin, Samantha. But then Grandma finds a fossil of an egg! And when Frank and Sam sneak into the dino lab late at night, they find something even more amazing.

"There will always be kids fascinated by
dinosaurs, and this is just the series for them." -Booklist

Random House Books for Young Readers

Random House Books for Young Readers

Goldie Rules the School

This all-new chapter-book series based on the successful toy line focuses on Goldie Blox’s mission to encourage girls to roll up their sleeves and get building! When Goldie Blox accidentally blows off the roof of her school, she and her friends Val, Ruby, and Li have to work together and use their creative know-how to rebuild the school. This 128-page early chapter book is a nonstop laugh-out-loud adventure and perfect for future engineers ages 6 to 9.

"The affirmation of the role of the imagination in tech is a welcome one." -Kirkus Reviews

"Featuring strong characters who think outside the box and are not afraid to make waves." -School Library Journal

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Random House Books for Young Readers

Random House Books for Young Readers

Goldie Blox and the Three Dares

When Goldie finds her beloved Gran’s book of 100 dares, she is determined to complete the last three challenges—before Gran’s 77th birthday. With the clock ticking, Goldie and her friends, the Gearheads, must use all their smarts and creativity to finish the dares and make Gran proud.

Random House Books for Young Readers

Random House Books for Young Readers

#2 - Too Big to Hide

Illustrated by Mike Boldt

Taking care of a baby dinosaur is hard work. And it's even harder when you can't tell anyone about him! Frank and Sam are good at feeding, cleaning, and walking Peanut. But their grandma has found a new fossil and it looks just like Peanut's horn . . . only a thousand times bigger! Will baby Peanut grow to be that huge, too? How do you hide a dinosaur when he becomes as big as a house? It won't be easy. Especially when scientists come to the dig site to make a movie about the new fossil.

"The plot thickens in this easy-reading follow-up." - Kirkus

Books 1 & 2: Also available in paperback on May 2nd

 
Random House Books for Young Readers

Random House Books for Young Readers

 

#3 - It's Not a Dinosaur!

Illustrated by Mike Boldt

Frank and his cousin Sam believe anything is possible. They have a pet dinosaur, after all! So when Frank's dad tells them he saw a Nothosaurus in the river, they can't wait to look for it on their camping trip. The Notho is a prehistoric reptile, not a dinosaur . . . but is she dangerous? There's only one way to know for sure: find that dinosaur—er, reptile!