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Locker 37 Series

Aaron Starmer and Courtney La Forest
The Magic Eraser #1 by Aaron Starmer; Illustrated by Courtney La Forest
The Ridiculous and Wonderful Rainbow Hat #3 by Aaron Starmer; Illustrated by Courtney La Forest
The Interdimensional Fish Sticks #4 by Aaron Starmer; Illustrated by Courtney La Forest

Locker 37 Series : Titles in Order

Book 4
Hidden away at Hopewell Elementary School is a magical locker that always delivers a solution to your problems–just not quite in the way you might expect. This highly illustrated series is a fun and accessible read, perfect for reluctant readers looking for a little magic!

In the fourth book in the Locker 37 series, it’s Halloween at Hopewell Elementary, but when fourth-grader Bryce Dodd shows up in a costume, he’s told it’s too distracting. All Bryce wants to do is express himself (and maybe also to impress Keisha James…), and luckily, the magical Locker 37 has a solution to Bryce’s costume conundrum – interdimensional fish sticks! Each time he eats one, he’s transported to a different parallel universe, and each time he travels to a new one, things get weird, weirder, to off-the-walls weird. Will Bryce be able to make it back to his home dimension and Keisha, or will he be stuck in an alternate universe forever?
Book 3
“A laugh-out-loud tour de force.” –Kirkus, starred review

Hidden away at Hopewell Elementary School is a magical locker that always delivers a solution to your problems–just not quite in the way you might expect. This highly illustrated series is a fun and accessible read, perfect for reluctant readers looking for a little magic!

In the third book in the series, Locker 37 at Hopewell Elementary has been helping fourth graders solve their problems for as long as anyone can remember. So when Riley Zimmerman needs help pulling off the most ridiculous and wonderful prank the school has ever seen, the magical Locker 37 provides her with an equally ridiculous and wonderful rainbow hat that can clone anything that wears it. But will a group of clones, an untrustworthy bully, and 10,000 Ping-Pong balls be enough to help Riley pull off the most legendary prank in Hopewell’s history?
Book 2
“A laugh-out-loud tour de force.” –Kirkus, starred review

Hidden away at Hopewell Elementary School is a magical locker that always delivers a solution to your problems–just not quite in the way you might expect. This highly illustrated series is a fun and accessible read, perfect for reluctant readers looking for a little magic!

In the second book of the Locker 37 series, the unthinkable happens. Keisha forgets to do her science homework! The morning it’s due, she rushes to Locker 37 and the locker gives her a clock. Not just any clock, mind you. It’s a time-travel device that sends Keisha back to whatever time of day she wants during that particular school day, which means she can scrape together enough time in between her classes to finish her homework. Still, there’s no time to help Carson with his stained shirt or to answer Bryce’s gummy bear questions (don’t ask). Keisha only has time to make things right–but should she use it for herself or for her friends?
Book 1
“A laugh-out-loud tour de force.” –Kirkus, starred review

Ever wish you had a way to magically solve all of your problems? The kids at Hopewell Elementary School might have exactly what you’re searching for–just walk down the hall and stop at Locker 37. This highly illustrated series is a fun and accessible read, perfect for reluctant readers looking for a little magic!

In the first book of the Locker 37 series, Carson Cooper realizes that he has a very inconveniently located stain on his pants. That is NOT the way to start things off on the first day of school. Fortunately, Carson finds a letter written by last year’s fourth graders stuck to the bottom of his desk with some watermelon bubble gum. The note explains the existence of Locker 37, which will provide a solution to any problem! And when Carson sneaks off to the locker it does, indeed, provide a solution–an eraser! But the problem is that the eraser works a little too well, erasing anything it’s rubbed against three times. ANYTHING.

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