You know what I would choose for books at the library? I like Magic Treehouses. And I'm trying to look for the Merlins missions, they're a special group of Magic Treehouses. They have 100 pages. And maybe a hundred and something. And I would also do the Star Wars ship books that tell about them and show other ships. Or maybe like Dr. Seuss. I would also go and maybe get a facts about animals books. And I'll tell you a few Magic Treehouse names: Dinosaurs before Dark. The Knight at Dawn, Mummies in the Morning, Pirates past Noon, Night of the Ninjas, Afternoon on the Amazon, Sunset of the Sabertooth, Midnight on the Moon, Dolphins at Daybreak, Ghost town at Sundown, Lions at Lunchtime, Polar bears at Bedtime, Vacation under the Volcano, Day of the Dragon King, Hour of the Olympics, Tonight on the Titanic, Buffalo before Breakfast, Tigers at Twilight, Dingoes at Dinnertime, Civil War on Sunday, Revolutionary War on Wednesday, Twister on Tuesday, Earthquake in the Early Morning.
And now I'm going to tell you a few Merlin Missions: Winter of the Ice Wizard, Haunted Castle on Hallows Eve, Christmas in Camelot, Summer of the Sea Serpent, Season of the Sandstorm, and Carnival at Candlelight.
And now, another book I would choose is like maze books, and activity books. And I like pop-up books. And I would like to try A-Z mysteries but I haven't ever tried them really. And I've heard a book called Animorphs. They are about people who turn into animals. I like Secrets of Droon books. I've only read 2 of them, though. They were called: The Race to Doobesh and The Hidden Stairs and The Magic Carpet. There are 25 books in the Secrets of Droon series. There is a new one coming out, it is called, The Riddle of Zorfendorf Castle.