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A few book questions

I am finding this forum such a wonderful place to read about so many different books. I am looking at several different books as gifts for my child and don't recall reading about them on this forum. I have some ideas after talking with a wonderful worker at our local Barnes and Noble store. I am very greatful for the time she spent with me on a variety of books. Some that we didn't go over that I would like to know about are: The Dragon Slayers' Academy (series), The Divide (trilogy),Tuck Everlasting.
I have read the reveiws of a couple of Jerry Sinelli books but didn't see The Library Card mentioned. Any thoughts on this one? I also don't remember if any one has talked about The Fire Within trilogy.
Thanks for any advice on these you can give.