How do you scope out and kill a vampire? Learn the essential techniques as well as the history, culture and lore of vampires through the ages.
Teens and tweens who fantasize about making it in the music business will get tips on how to form a band, write lyrics and reach the top of the billboard charts. For more inspiration, check out the book's historical timeline of chick rockers.
Sir John Hargrave explains how to do mischief, from prank calls to water bombs. Though you won't get hurt, you might get wet.
If your child is a reluctant reader, these books may be the answer. They're all interactive and are real page turners.
Follow the latest adventure of siblings, Amy and Dan, as they travel the world solving a trail of clues that will lead them to the source of their family's power. Readers can collect cards and go online to play games and win prizes of their own.
For a slightly older audience, the third and final in a saga, starring a spunky teen who must escape assassins, stalkers and solve murder cases, all while dealing with boyfriend troubles. Books are packaged as journals, complete with e-mail addresses, phone numbers and a MySpace account readers can visit.
The classic dystopian tale is now a gorgeous graphic novel.
Troy White is a boy "football genius" when he's recruited the Atlanta Falcons to pick the key plays. But what happens when one reporter comes out to smear the Falcons, and Troy, as much as possible?
Josh is a baseball great at high school, but when his dad puts him on a youth championship team, he starts to feel like everything might not be right with the older, sometimes violent players.