Catwalk ($15.95) by Jasper Tomkins. On a walk in the country, felines perform some cat magic. (2-6)

Where Would I Be in an Evergreen Tree? ($15.95) by Jennifer Blomgren, illus. by Andrea Gabriel, focuses on an evergreen in the Pacific Northwest. (3-6)

Camelback Dogs ($15.95) by Jasper Tomkins. A boy encounters dogs that seem to inhabit a parallel universe. (5-9)


Thumbelina ($5.95) and The Ugly Duckling ($6.95) by Hans Christian Andersen are due out to mark the 200th anniversary of Andersen’s birth. (5-up)



The Royal Diaries adds Kazunomiya: Prisoner of Heaven: Japan, 1858 by Kathryn Lasky ($10.95, 9-14). The Life and Times greets Atticus of Rome, 30 B.C. and Pandora of Athens, 399 B.C. by Barry Denenberg ($10.95 each, 9-14). Dear America offers I Walk in Dread: The Diary of Deliverance Trembley, Witness to the Salem Witch Trials: Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1691 by Lisa Rowe Fraustino; and Hear My Sorrow: Diary of Angela Denoto, A Shirtwaist Factory Worker: New York City, 1909 by Deborah Hopkinson ($10.95 each, 9-14).


Dora the Explorer Phonics Box Set ($12.99) presents 12 books introducing letter sounds. (4-8)

All About Lizards ($4.99) by Jim Arnosky focuses on various types of lizards. (4-8)

Who Dat? The Official Mijos Handbook ($5.99) by David Gonzales is a guide to these characters. (7-10)

Just Wacky! ($4.99) by Andy Griffiths compiles stories. (7-12)

Terrible Times ($5.99) by Philip Ardagh completes the Eddie Dickens trilogy. (8-12)

This Book Is a Joke ($5.99) by Holly Kowitt is a joke collection. (9-12)

Orphan Runaways ($5.99) by Kristiana Gregory is a novel set during the Gold Rush. (9-12)

Premonitions ($6.99) by Jude Watson. A girl’s ability to see the past and future is the key to solving the mystery of her friend’s disappearance. (11-up)

Paperback Series

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! releases Special Edition 2005 ($14.95, all ages). There are four new Scooby-Doo titles ($3.50-$3.99 each, 3-5 to 4-8). Bubble Trouble ($3.99, 3-6) and Swimmin’ ($4.99, 3-6) join Rubbadubbers. Rainbow Brite returns in six books ($3.99-$7.99 each, 3-6 to 4-8). Scholastic Readers releases six books, including Clifford and the Halloween Parade by Norman Bridwell ($3.99, 4-6) and I Spy a Candy Cane by Jean Marzollo, photos by Walter Wick ($3.99, 4-8). Franklin’s Nickname by Paulette Bourgeois, illus. by Brenda Clark, is a new Franklin TV Tie-In ($4.99, 4-8). The Powerpuff Girls reappear in two books ($5.99 each, 4-8). Barbie stars in As the Princess and the Pauper by Linda Aber ($3.99, 4-8). Strawberry Shortcake returns in How to Draw Strawberry Shortcake ($4.99, 4-8). There are five Shark Tale tie-ins ($3.99-$6.99 each, 4-8 to 7-10). Jigsaw Jones has two new adventures ($3.99 each, 6-9). The Magic School Bus Chapter Books adds Color Day Relay ($4.99, 6-9) and Rocky Road Trip ($3.99, 7-10).

The Kids of Einstein Elementary welcomes two tales by Leonard Modinow and Matt Costello, illus. by Joshua Nash ($3.99 each, 7-10). Scholastic Classics/Junior Classics issues The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, retold by Jane B. Mason and Sarah Hines Stephens; and Doctor Dolittle by Hugh Lofting, retold by Ellen Miles ($3.99 each, 7-10); and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells and The Best Ghost Stories Ever, ed. by Christopher Krovatin ($3.99 each, 9-up). Werewolves Don’t Run for President joins The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids by Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thornton Jones ($3.99, 7-10). 2004 Team Tracker is a new NFL book ($7.99, 7-10). Ghostville Elementary adds three novels by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey ($3.99 each, 7-10). There are six new Geronimo Stilton books ($5.99 each, 7-10). Secrets of Droon offers two novels by Tony Abbott ($3.99 each, 7-10). Due are three new Black Lagoon titles by Mike Thaler, illus. by Jared D. Lee ($3.99 each, 7-10). Animal Ark continues with two tales by Ben Baglio ($3.99 each, 7-10). How to Draw More Manga is a follow-up to How to Draw Manga ($6.99, 7-10). Amber Brown returns in Amber Brown Is Green with Envy by Paula Danziger ($3.99, 7-10). Teen Titans issues four books ($3.99-$5.99 each, 7-10). Swamp Monster in the Third Grade offers Lizards in the Lunch Line by Debbie Dadey ($3.99, 7-10). There are three new Duel Masters titles ($3.99-$6.99 each, 7-10). And Shrek Tales continues with Snowgre and A Cat’s Tale ($3.99 each, 7-10).

Anti-Venom is a new G.I. Joe Junior Chapter Book ($3.99, 7-10). Three Girls in the City gains Close Up by Jeanne Betancourt ($4.99, 8-12). A Cinderella Story releases Movie Novelization ($4.99, 8-12) and Movie Scrapbook ($5.99, 8-12). Princess School issues two tales by Jane B. Mason and Sarah Hines Stephens ($4.99, 8-12). McGrowl continues with It’s a Dog-Eat-Dog World by Bob Balaban ($4.99, 8-12). Santa Paws gains Santa Paws and the New Puppy by Nicholas Edwards ($4.50, 8-12). The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes offers It’s Music to My Ears ($4.99) and Super Special: Knowledge Is Power ($5.99) by Anne Mazer, illus. by Lynn Gesue (8-12). Dear Dumb Diary by Jim Benton debuts with Let’s Pretend This Never Happened ($4.99, 8-12) and My Pants Are Haunted ($4.99, 8-up). Guardians of Ga’Hoole gains two titles by Kathryn Lasky ($4.99 each, 9-12). There are six new Star Wars installments ($5.99-$8.99 each, 9-12). Boba Fett adds Pursuit by Elizabeth Hand ($5.99, 9-12). Heartland offers A Season of Hope ($4.99) and Special Edition: A Holiday Memory ($5.99) by Lauren Brooke (9-12). Dragons of Deltora continues with two novels by Emily Rodda ($4.99 each, 9-12). Winter Tidings joins Prairie River by Kristiana Gregory ($4.99, 9-12). Spy X debuts with The Code and Hide and Seek by Peter Lerangis ($4.99, 9-12). Bionicle issues three new adventures ($4.99 each, 9-12). Static Shock starts up with Double Trouble and Soul Power by Tracey West ($5.99 each, 9-12). And there are two new O.C. Novelizations ($6.99 each, 12-up).

Paperback Reprints

Lightland by H.L. McCutchen ($4.99, 8-12); Half Human, compiled and ed. by Bruce Coville; Kensuke’s Kingdom by Michael Morpurgo; The Slightly True Story of Cedar B. Hartley by Martine Murray; Millicent Min, Girl Genius by Lisa Yee; and Perloo the Blood by Avi ($4.99 each, 9-12); Midnight Magic by Avi ($5.99, 9-12); At the Crossing Place: The Arthur Trilogy, Book Two by Kevin Crossley-Holland ($6.99, 9-12); City of Light, City of Dark by Avi, illus. by Brian Floca ($8.99, 9-12); The Great Blue Yonder by Alex Shearer ($4.99, 9-up); and The Wish List by Eoin Colfer ($6.99, 10-up).

Paperback Series Reprints

Harry Potter reprints Paperback Box Set 1-5 ($42.95) and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix ($9.99) by J.K. Rowling (all ages). Among the 12 new Scholastic Bookshelf titles are A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon; The Story of Ruby Bridges by Robert Coles, illus. by George Ford; and Pigsty by Mark Teague ($5.99 each, 3-5). And Bionicle Chronicles offers Boxed Set ($19.96, 9-12).

Paperback Series Reissues

Goosebumps by R.L. Stine reissues four tales ($4.99 each, 9-12) plus House of Horrors Boxed Set ($19.96, 9-12).


How Do Dinosaurs Clean Their Rooms? and How Do Dinosaurs Count to Ten? ($6.99 each) by Jane Yolen, illus. by Mark Teague, are tales starring dinosaurs. (2-up)

Alice the Fairy ($15.95) by David Shannon introduces a girl with a magic wand. (3-up)

Ten Little Fish ($15.95) by Audrey Wood, illus. by Bruce Wood, is a counting book. (3-up)

Swimming with Dolphins ($15.95) by Lambert Davis celebrates ocean life. (4-up)

Wee Winnie Witch’s Skinny: An Original American Scare Tale ($16.95) by Virginia Hamilton, illus. by Barry Moser, presents an African American folktale. (8-up)

Paperback Reprints

Ricky Ricotta’s Mighty Robot Collection by Dav Pilkey, illus. by Martin Ontiveros ($15.96, 4-up); and The Second Captain Underpants Collection by Pilkey ($19.96, 7-up).


Ready Freddy! presents Tooth Trouble, King of Show-and-Tell and Homework Hassles by Abby Klein, illus. by John McKinley ($15.95 each, paper $3.99, 4-up).


Can You See What I See? Cool Collections ($13.95) by Walter Wick offers photos with objects to find. (All ages)

Hello? Hello? ($12.95), illus. by Michelle Berg is a cloth book shaped like a telephone. (Infant-up)

My First Taggies Book: I Love You ($12.95) by Kaori Watanabe is a cloth book about love. (Infant-up)

My First Photo Album ($12.95), illus. by Michelle Berg. This cloth book contains plastic sleeves for photos. (Infant-up)

Now I Eat My ABC’s ($7.99) by Pam Abrams, illus. by Bruce Wolf, is an alphabet book featuring fruit. (Infant-3)

The Great Stroller Adventure ($9.95) by Denis Markell, illus. by Melissa Iwai, is a tale centering on this toddler mode of transportation. (Infant-3)

Spiders, Bats, and Pumpkin Eaters ($5.99) is a board book offering Mother Goose rhymes. (Infant-3)

Lucky Ladybug ($7.99) offers a cloth book and plush animal. (Infant-3)

Scholastic Hands-on Learning ABCs and Scholastic Hands-on Learning Baby Animals ($9.95 each) are interactive books. (2-5)

My Numbers ($9.99) rounds up 10 board books, plus activity book, crayons and stickers (3-5)

Little Owl ($15.95) by Piers Harper tells of a young owl that learns to fly. (3-5)

Penelope at School ($12.95) by Anne Gutman, illus. by Georg Hallensleben, is a pull-the-tab tale about a girl’s first day of school.

The Most Thankful Thing ($15.95) by Lisa McCourt, illus. by Cyd Moore. Mother and daughter share what they are most thankful for. (3-5)

Merry Christmas Stinky Face ($14.95) by Lisa McCourt, illus. by Cyd Moore. Stinky Face’s mother answers his questions about Christmas. (3-5)

Christmas Morning ($6.99) by Cheryl Ryan, illus. by Jenny Matheson, presents a holiday rhyme. (3-5)

Santa’s Suit ($10.95) by Kate Lee, illus. by Edward Eaves, is a touch-and-feel book about colors. (3-5)

My First Jumbo Book of Shapes ($9.95) by Melanie Gerth, illus. by James Diaz, is a lift-the-flap, pull-tab book about shapes. (3-5)

Caterpillar Dance ($9.95) by Will Grace, illus. by Scott McBee. Caterpillars change into butterflies in this book with die-cut pages. (3-5)

Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan Was Her Name ($10.95) by Tedd Arnold illustrates this camp song. (4-8)

Kindergarten Count to 100 ($10.95) by Jacqueline Rogers is a counting tale starring a kindergartner. (4-8)

Boo! ($3.99) by Robert Munsch, illus. by Michael Martchenko, presents a Halloween story. (4-8)

Brown Paper Teddy Bear ($16.95) by Catherine Allison, illus. by Neil Reed. A magical teddy bear takes a girl on a journey. (4-8)


Barney returns in six books ($2.99 each, up to 3). Tonka rolls on with three new titles ($5.99-$7.99 each, up to 3). Clifford is back in Up and Down ($7.99, up to 3). There are four new Boohbah tales ($5.99 each, 3-5). And Care Bears presents five new titles ($5.99-$7.99 each, 3-5 to 4-8).


10 Fat Turkeys ($3.50) by Tony Johnston, illus by Rich Deas. Turkeys teach kids to count backwards. (3-6)

Icky Bug Numbers ($5.99) by Jerry Pallotta, illus. by David Bledrzycki and Rob Bolster. Bugs introduce numbers. (4-8)

Paperback Series

Clifford’s Puppy Days adds Halloween Howl ($3.50, 3-5).


Once Upon a Poem: Favorite Poems That Tell Stories ($18.95), foreword by Kevin Crossley-Holland, compiles poems by various authors. (All ages)

Wanda’s First Day ($15.95) by Mark Sperring, illus. by Kate and Liz Pope, describes a first day at school. (5-up)

Boy ($15.95) by James Mayhew is a fable about family, love and the importance of sharing. (5-up)

Dragon Rider ($12.95) by Cornelia Funke. Two dragons and an orphan boy search for a mythical place where they can be safe. (8-12)

Back to the Divide ($15.95) by Elizabeth Kay is a sequel to The Divide. (9-12)


Trabalenguas (Tongue Twisters) and Adivinanzas (Riddles) by Alejandra Longo, illus. by Daniel Chaskielberg ($3.50 each, 3-5); Clifford va a la escuela de perros (Clifford Goes to Dog School) by Norman Bridwell; and Asserín, Asserán: Las canciones de la abuela (Grandmother’s Song) by Alejandra Longo, illus. by Clara Harrington Villaverde ($3.50 each, 4-6); Querida Sra. LaRue: Cartas desde la academia canina (Dear Mrs. LaRue: Letters from Obedience School) by Mark Teague ($4.99, 4-8); 100 palabras en inglés que los niños deben leer en 1er grado (100 Words in English Kids Need to Read by the 1st Grade), 100 palabras en inglés que los niños deben leer en 2o grado (100 Words in English Kids Need to Read by the 2nd Grade) and 100 palabras en inglés que los niños deben leen en 3er grado (100 Words in English Kids Need to Read by the 3rd Grade) ($2.99 each, 7-10); ¡Sonríe y muérete otra vez! (Say Cheese and Die Again), El abominable hombre de las nieves (Abominable Snowman of Pasadena), Los monstruos ovíparos de marte (Egg Monsters from Mars), Cómo martar a un monstruo (How to Kill a Monster), ¡Lo encontramos debajo del fregadero! (It Came from Beneath the Sink) and Cómo conseguí mi cabeza humana (How I Got My Shrunken Head) by R.L. Stine ($4.99 each, 9-12); and Relatos en primera personia: vuelo a la libertad (First Person Fiction: Flight to Freedom) by Ana Veciana-Suarez ($4.99, 12-up).


My Chair ($16.95) by Betsy James, illus. by Mary Newell Depalma. Chairs help spark children’s imaginations. (4-8)

How Many Miles to Bethlehem? ($16.95) by Kevin Crossley-Holland, illus. by Peter Malone, retells the story of the first Christmas. (4-8)

Don’t Let the Peas Touch! And Other Stories ($15.95) by Deborah Blumenthal, illus. by Timothy Basil Ering, are tales of sibling rivalry. (4-8)

The Night Eater ($16.95) by Ana Juan relays a story of friendship, magic and self acceptance. (4-8)

Ella the Elegant Elephant ($16.95) by Carmela and Steven D’Amico introduces a young elephant. (4-8)

The Guild of Geniuses ($16.95) by Dan Santat. When a monkey seems a little down, his best friend knows who to call. (4-8)

My Guardian Angel ($16.95) by Sylvie Weil, trans. by Gillian Rosner, is the story of a Jewish girl in France during the First Crusade. (9-12)

The Meanwhile Adventures ($16.95) by Roddy Doyle, illus. by Brian Ajhar. Mr. Mack becomes an inventor in this final tale about the Mack family. (9-12)

King of the Middle March: The Arthur Trilogy Book Three ($17.95) by Kevin Crossley-Holland concludes this trilogy. (12-up)

In the Shadow of the Ark ($17.95) by Anne Provoost, trans. by John Nieuwenhuizen, is a tale set in the days of Noah’s Ark. (14-up)


Rex Tabby: Cat Detective ($9.95) by Daniel Kirk introduces a feline and his crime-fighting partners. (All ages)

Big Red Tub ($14.95) by Julia Jarman, illus. by Adrian Reynolds. At bath time, friends of Stan and Stella want to climb into the tub. (3-5)

Spooky Hour ($16.95) by Tony Mitton, illus. by Guy Parker-Rees, depicts a nighttime party. (4-8)

Langston’s Train Ride ($16.95) by Robert Burleigh, illus. by Leonard Jenkins, tells of Langston Hughes’s writing of "The Negro Speaks of Rivers." (4-8)

Get Busy, Beaver! ($15.95) by Carolyn Crimi, illus. by Janie Bynum, centers on a young beaver who just doesn’t fit in. (4-8)

Who Wants a Dragon? ($15.95) by James Mayhew, illus. by Lindsey Gardiner. A cuddly dragon searches for a home and someone to love him. (4-8)

Peter Pan and Wendy ($17.95) by J.M. Barrie, illus. by Robert Ingpen, is a storybook commemorating the 100th anniversary of the tale of Peter Pan. (4-up)

Napoleon & Josephine: The Sword and the Hummingbird ($16.95) by Gerald and Loretta Hausman portrays the turbulent love affair between these two individuals. (7-up)

Charlie Bone and the Invisible Boy ($9.95) by Jenny Nimmo. Can Charlie and his friends save Ollie and make him visible again? (8-12)

Children of the Lamp: The Akhenaten Adventure ($16.95) by P.B. Kerr launches a trilogy about twins with magical powers. (9-12)

Call Me María ($16.95) by Judith Ortiz Coffer centers on a girl caught between the worlds of her native Puerto Rico and New York, her current home. (9-14)

Starfall: Phaeton and the Chariot of the Sun ($16.95) by Michael Cadnum is the first book of a trilogy based on the legends from Ovid’s Metamorphoses. (9-14)

Nobody Was Here: 7th Grade in the Life of Me, Penelope ($15.95) by Alison Pollet is the story of a girl who is adrift at both home and school. (10-13)

The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray ($16.95) by Chris Wooding. Can a possessed girl be saved from great evil? (12-up)

The Darkest Evening ($15.95) by William Durbin. A boy faces challenges as Communism threatens his family’s dreams. (12-up)


The Christmas Alphabet: Deluxe Anniv. Ed. ($22.95) by Robert Sabuda ($22.95, all ages).

Paperback Reprint

Stuart’s Cape by Sara Pennypacker, illus. by Martin Matje ($5.99, 4-8).


Goodnight, My Angel! A Lullabye ($16.95) by Billy Joel, illus. by

Yvonne Gilbert, is a book and CD celebrating the bond between parent and child. (All ages)

Polar Bear Night ($15.95) by Lauren Thompson, illus. by Stephen Savage, relays a polar bear cub’s nighttime journey. (3-5)

Moon Dog ($16.95) by Alice Hoffman and Wolfe Martin, illus. by Yumi Heo. Mother and son authors tell a Halloween story. (4-8)

Detective LaRue: Letters from the Investigation ($15.95) by Mark Teague is a sequel to Dear Mrs. LaRue: Letters from Obedience School. (4-8)

Pippin the Christmas Pig ($16.95) by Jean Little, illus. by Werner Zimmer, presents a holiday tale. (4-8)

Walt Whitman: Words for America ($16.95) by Barbara Kerley, illus. by Brian Selznick, offers a portrait of this poet. (7-10)

The Cats in Krasinski Square ($16.95) by Karen Hesse, illus. by Wendy Watson, portrays life in the Warsaw Ghetto. (7-10)

Wackiest White House Pets ($16.95) by Gibbs Davis, illus. by David A. Johnson, focuses on Presidential pets. (7-10)

Private Peaceful ($16.95) by Michael Morpurgo is a novel of WWI. (7-up)

The Game of Sunken Places ($16.95) by M.T. Anderson. Two boys discover a board game that mirrors a greater game in which they suddenly become players. (9-12)

Becoming Naomi León ($16.95) by Pam Muñoz Ryan is a novel about family and identity. (9-12)

Gregor and the Prophecy of Bane: Book Two in the Underland Chronicles ($16.95) is a sequel to Gregor the Overlander. (9-12)

Antarctica: Journeys to the South Pole ($18.95) by Walter Dean Myers chronicles expeditions to this continent throughout history. (9-12)

Secrets of the Sphinx ($17.95) by James Cross Giblin, illus. by Bagram Ibatoulline, examines this mysterious structure. (9-12)

Sam I Am ($15.95) by Ilene Cooper centers on a family trying to celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah. (9-12)

Here Today ($16.95) by Ann M. Martin is a novel exploring the delicate bonds of family. (10-14)


A Perfect World ($16.95) by Brian James is a novel about growing up in a haunted suburban world. (13-up)

Paperback Reprint

The Dating Diaries by Kristen Kemp ($6.99, 12-up).


O, Say Can You See? America’s Symbols, Landmarks, and Inspiring Words ($16.95) by Sheila Keenan, illus. by Ann Boyajian, examines where symbols come from and what they mean. (4-8)

Scholastic Atlas of the Oceans ($18.95) focuses on the ocean world. (7-10)

Scholastic Children’s Encyclopedia ($24.95) is a reference book for kids. (8-up)

A Dream of Freedom: The Civil Rights Movement from 1954-1968 ($19.95) by Diane McWhorter recounts the civil rights struggle. (9-up)


Speedy Facts issues four books by Melvin and Gilda Berger ($7.99 each, 7-up). Sports Illustrated for Kids Year in Sports and Scholastic Book of World Records each issues its 2005 Edition ($9.95 each, 8-up). And Scholastic Guides adds Writing Stories: Fantastic Fiction from Start to Finish by David L. Harrison ($16.95, 9-up).


Paperback Reprints

Laveidem by Jennifer McFann ($9.95, 10-up); Shadow of the Red Moon by Walter Dean Myers ($5.99, 10-up); Lord of the Kill by Theodore Taylor; The Divine Wind by Garry Disher; Raven of the Waves by Michael Cadnum; Beacon Hill Boys by Ken Mochizuki; The Boyfriend, The Girlfriend and Hit and Run by R.L. Stine; The Accident by Diane Hoh; Thirteen; Freeze Tag and Twins by Caroline B. Cooney, Weekend and Slumber Party by Christopher Pike; and Abduction by Rodman Philbrick and Lynn Harnett ($5.99 each, 12-up); and The Bar Code Tattoo by Suzanne Weyn ($6.99, 12-up).

Paperback Series Reprints

The Nightmare Hall issues Silent Scream by Diane Hoh ($5.99, 12-up).


Every Girl Can Be a Princess! ($8.99) is a guide for aspiring princesses. (5-up)

Micro Models: Gladiator Spinners ($4.99) includes eight plastic spinners and a book of games. (7-up)

Glass Art: Window Clings and Other Things ($9.99) offers an introduction to glass painting. (8-up)

How to Draw Graphic Novels ($4.99) presents instructions on drawing characters and creating a story line. (8-up)


Paperback Series

Working Wheels spins on with Diggers, Special Engines, Tractors and Trucks ($3.99 each, 3-6). And Transport gains Boats, Cars, Planes and Trains ($3.99 each, 3-6).


Santa and Me ($14.95) by Erik Jon Slangerup, illus. by Joshua Janes, offers a behind-the-scenes peek at what really happens at the North Pole. (3-8)

Mugambi’s Journey ($14.95) by John Becker, illus. by Mark Clapsaddle, focuses on an African cheetah cub in the wilderness. (3-8)

Tyler Timothy Bradford and the Birthday Surprise ($14.95) by Mary Lou Carney, illus. by Shari Warren. A resourceful boy devises a solution to a classroom problem. (3-8)


Paperback Series

Extreme Readers adds Creatures of the Deep, Nature’s Amazing Partners, Fantastic Planet, Undercover Creatures, The Bizarre Body and Weird and Wacky Plants by Katharine Kenah ($4.99 each, 3-8).

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