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  • My Big Red Monster (paper)

    by Lois Wickstrom
    A modern adaptation of the Hindu Teaching Tale by the same name. What do you do when there's a monster under your bed, and your brother won't believe you? What if the monster wants to work for you? In fact, he's so hungry for work, that if you don't give him jobs, he'll eat you! He'll straighten your room. He'll wash the dishes. He'll wash your dog, until he's all clean and fluffy. It's up to your imagination to keep your monster busy!
  • Fee, Fi, Fo, Grow!: The Real Magic of the Beans

    by Lois Wickstrom
    Jacqueline may be foolish enough to swap the family cow for a magic bean. But, it would never occur to her to rob a giant of his treasures. Now she has two hungry families to feed. She must discover the true magic of the beans. Many of the mishaps in folktales could be remedied if the protagonists knew some scientific principles. Children like seeing familiar stories told with a twist. And they like science, when it is present as fun. This is the fourth book in the Science Folktales series.
  • Remnant (The Slave Series Book 3)

    by Laura Frances
    Forces have assembled to destroy the slave system of the valley once and for all, but the Council will not go quietly. As plans are laid to cripple the enemy's pending assault, Titus Gray takes aim at his son, sowing distrust among the rebels. In this final installment of the Slave Series, Hannah works desperately to protect and inspire the Workers, even as the world they've grown up in erupts in flames.
  • Hero (The Slave Series Book 2)

    by Laura Frances

    After escaping execution, Hannah finds herself where she's always wanted to be...outside the valley of slaves. But the relief doesn't last, not when the rest of her people are still suffering. 
    It's time to return. 
    With the promise of help coming and the strength of new comrades, Hannah and Cash cross the mountains to rejoin the revolution. But winter has come, and the situation has only grown darker. The Outcasts are dying. The rebels are losing ground. With ... more

  • Slave (The Slave Series Book 1)

    by Laura Frances

    Workers silently shuffle to their assigned posts. 
    Outcasts watch from the alley walls. 
    On every corner, a Watcher stands stone-faced, rifle in hand. 

    Nineteen-year-old Hannah exists in a gray, smog-covered world of labor and fear, where sunlight and stars are stories whispered in secret. She survives on the memories left by her parents, reliving the moment they were dragged from their family unit and shot. 

    Everything changes the night the... more

  • The Charmed Locket (Treasure Hunter's Heart Book 1)

    by Elina Vale
    Murders, betrayals, love, and one magical locket with secrets. Heiress Gina Mansfred spends her nights as a jewel thief, delivering her profits to the poor. One night she unwittingly steals a locket that sets her on a dangerous journey to fulfill a dying man's last wish and to reveal long-forgotten secrets. When Gina meets the mysterious Nicholas and the heroic Philip, she discovers her heart being as much in danger as is her life. Soon she finds herself in a battle between two men and two... more
  • The Shrouded Sword

    by Owen Minter
    Twelve-year old Ethan Moseby and his ten -year old sister, Jynx, are dreading spending Christmas break with Socrates Maupin, an estranged uncle who is as peculiar as his temperamental mansion in Deadmoor, Virginia. How can they be expected to survive without TV? Is their uncle really a spy like the locals claim? And what is causing the creepy occurrences within the old house’s walls? Though Socrates surprises the siblings by spending more time with them than their self-absorbed parents ever ha... more
  • Tales of the Peacemaker

    by Ashley Hall
    This is the third book in the Tales of the Peacemaker series. It describes treaties and agreements made and friendships forged. It tells why these friendships and alliances with other magic were important to the peacemaker and how they came about.
  • Fortuna Sworn

    by K.J. Sutton
    Fortuna Sworn is the last of her kind. Her brother disappeared two years ago, leaving her with no family or species to speak of. She hides among humans, spending her days working at a bar and her nights searching for him. The bleak pattern goes on and on... until she catches the eye of a powerful faerie. He makes no attempt to hide that he desires Fortuna. And in exchange for her, he offers something irresistible. So Fortuna reluctantly leaves her safe existence behind to step back into a ... more
  • Bob & the Afterdark

    by Rikki Hughes
    When an aging folk singer discovers two aliens have invaded his estate, he finds himself needing the help of a mysterious man-in-black, a geology student, and a pig to unravel their motives and save the universe
  • Miss Wallop: Kill Them All

    by kraig kimble
    Miriam is a tough detective ready to beat an answer out of any man especially when working a case. She is about to discover her higher purpose. Enjoy a quick escape into the fictional world Miss Wallop!
  • Traitor

    by Melissa Ragland
    A rebellious heiress. An oath-sworn warrior. A hidden princess. Born a daughter when she should have been a son, Elivya is far from the conventional female heir. Sword and dagger call to her, but the future of her House rests in her hands and duty comes before all else. Her destiny lies at court, putting to use her various graces to lure a respectable husband - one like the handsome and charming Adrian Van Dryn, perhaps. The coveted son and heir of a powerful noble family quickly catches her ... more
  • The Vacuum of Space

    by Julia Huni

    In space, no one can hear you clean

    Most people want fame and fortune, but not Triana Moore. She prefers programming maintenance bots and eating vendo food in the solitude of the space station’s control center. But when a highly connected security agent interrupts her routine with stories of murder and missing bodies, Triana can’t ignore him; it’s cooperate or find a new job. A girl has to pay the rent, even on a crappy studio compartment.

    Since ... more

  • The Glass Gargoyle

    by Marie Andreas
    Archeologist Taryn St. Giles has spent her life mining the ruins of the elves who vanished from the Four Kingdoms a thousand years ago. But when her patrons begin disappearing too—and then turning up dead—she finds herself unemployed, restless, and desperate. So she goes looking for other missing things: as a bounty hunter. Tracking her first fugitive—the distractingly handsome and strangely charming Alric—she unearths a dangerous underworld of warring crime lords, demonic squirrels, and a long... more
  • The Girl Who Found the Sun

    by Matthew S. Cox
    It started with the insects. The mass die-offs had been a warning unheeded. Before society realized the danger, the Earth had inexorably begun a transformation into a place where life could not survive. A small group found shelter in the Arc, an underground refuge safe from the toxins ravaging the surface. After centuries of darkness, humanity’s second chance is running out—and Raven Wilder knows it. Her job fixing the machinery in the Arc makes her aware of how close everything is to b... more
  • The Wizard and the Warlord (The Wardstone Trilogy Book 3)

    by M. R. Mathias
    The Wizard and the Warlord - The Wardstone Trilogy-Book III, is the gripping conclusion to the huge fantasy trilogy M. R. Mathias wrote in a Texas prison. This compelling volume brings the elves, dwarves, giants, and the dragons in the story again as our heroes, led by High King Mikahl and the great wizard Hyden Hawk, are forced to fight for the fate of the Kingdoms. This time, they do so against the terrible creature that Gerard Skyler has become, and the legions of demon-beasts that he command... more

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