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Mallory on the Move (Laurie B. Friedman) - Part of a series. Eight-year-old Mallory doesn't want to move. Not only is she going to a new town, she's leaving her BFF Mary Ann. Though making new friends isn't easy, neighbor Joey unexpectedly proves he's buddy material. Unfortunately, loyal Mallory can't bring herself to tell Mary Ann about Joey--until Mary Ann comes to visit and Mallory must figure out how to balance the old friend and the new one. Mallory is a lively, appealing character with a penchant for jokes (which are scattered throughout) and creative endeavors that have some comical, mixed results. Readers will relate to her thoughts and experiences, from familiar girlfriend activities and sibling issues to the rewards of friendships, old and new, near and far. This is the first book in a rather large series of “Mallory” books. The next titles are: Back to School, Mallory; Mallory Vs. Max; Happy Birthday, Mallory!; In Business With Mallory; Heart to Heart With Mallory; Mallory on Board; Honestly, Mallory!; Campfire Mallory; Step Fourth, Mallory!; Red, White & True Blue Mallory; Happy New Year, Mallory!; Mallory Goes Green!; Mallory in the Spotlight; Mallory's Guide to Boys, Brothers, Dads, and Dogs; and last but not least, Mallory's Super Sleepover. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Mallory the Forgetful Duck (Elaine Allen) - Mallory is a very forgetful duck. She can't remember where she left her nest. She sets out along the Chesapeake Bay to find it, but soon stumbles upon a nest that is NOT her own. Along her journey Mallory meets several mother birds, including a Canada Goose, an Osprey, a Great Blue Heron, and an Oystercatcher. Each of their nests is made of different materials, has a distinctive clutch of colorful eggs, and occupies a different habitat. But will Mallory ever track down her own nest and her own eggs? Follow Mallory the Forgetful Duck in her quest to find her nest and find out why her own eggs are more special than any others. Large, color illustrations make this tale a great book. Recommended for ages 3-7.
The Spiderwick Chronicles (Holly Black) - This box set includes the five books: The Field Guide; The Seeing Stone; Lucinda's Secret; The Ironwood Tree; and The Wrath of Mulgrath. It all started with a mysterious letter left at a tiny bookstore for authors Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black. Its closing lines: "We just want people to know about this. The stuff that has happened to us could happen to anyone." Little could they imagine the remarkable adventure that awaited them as they followed Jared, Simon, and Mallory Grace and a strange old book into a world filled with elves, goblins, dwarves, trolls, and a fantastical menagerie of other creatures. The oddest part is in entering that world, they didn't leave this one! Five captivating books! One thrilling adventure! The Spiderwick Chronicles. The New York Times Book Review says “With their evocative gothic-style pencil drawings and color illustrations, rhyming riddles, supernatural lore, and well-drawn characters, these books read like old-fashioned ripping yarns.” Recommended for ages 9-12.
Wizard in the Tree (Lloyd Alexander) - Mallory notices there's something funny about an old oak tree, takes a closer look, and before she knows it, she's broken a magical spell. Arbican the wizard has been trapped in the oak for thousands of years, and his powers are gone. Will he get them back in time to save Mallory's village from greedy Squire Scrupner? Recommended for ages 9-12.
Famous People Named Mallory - We cannot find any celebrities or significantly famous people with the first name Mallory.
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Mallory - Rick Derringer (guitarist/musician); Shari Lewis (children’s puppeteer)
Mallory - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Mallory.