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  • One Step Away

    by James Gabrian
    John Kenton, a young man caught between limiting parental guidance and an imagination fired by hidden meaning, is killed one evening by a lorry as he cycles home from school along the icy roads of his West Yorkshire village. Death provides a choice to go with a catcher to his next stage in life in the afterworld or remain ‘between worlds’, closer to his home and his reality. This is a world of denial and conflict, populated by those fearing judgement of their lives on Earth, the Leaves. Before ... more
  • Shift

    by Melisa Geiger
    Those who have power will often do anything to keep it. And if something, or someone, comes along that is a threat to that power, then they have two options: control or eliminate. Seventeen-year-old Saige Matherson is imprisoned in the Criterion Sector because she is a deviation, a genetic anomaly that resulted from the dropping of a nuclear bomb over eighty years ago, creating people with telekinetic abilities. But is that all she can do? In a world where, rather than being treated equally, her... more
  • Phyllo Cane and the Circus of Wonder

    by Sharn Hutton

    Magic awaits, if you dare to believe.

    When Phyllo accidentally burns down the big top he can forget his dream of being a magical confectioner. It’s the Circuit for him instead.

    Now he must face a daunting string of magical apprenticeships, his first with the Fabulous Volante: the gravity-defying flyers of the high trapeze.

    Training is knee-trembling and mind-bogglingly dangerous but when Phyllo is found at the heart of yet another dis... more

  • Cyberbrain

    by Benoit Blanchard
    In the mid-21st century, newborns in the United States are legally required to befitted with a "cyber," an electronic device that has successfully slashed crime rates by changing the thought patterns of the people who have them. In Canada, however, cybers are still illegal. Max Wilson, the first man to successfully have his cyber surgically removed, has settled in Canada, seeking a new life and joining the fight to have the law changed in the United States. With Dr. Warren Alston, who removed h... more
  • William

    by Gerald J. Stalter
    A Riveting and immersive story in which freddie must use his ghost seeking abilities to help save humanuty during the approach of a dark fantasy war. As freddie embarks on his Journey with william, reader will become invested in their relationship, in addition to the numerous surprises the duo encounters. From beginning to end, readers will be immersed in the characters' adventures and shocked as the boy's learn information that can completely change thier fates.
  • Watch What You Wish For

    by Valerie Anne Hudson
    When three seventh-graders discover a Wishing Tree, they accidentally unleash its evil powers and the once thriving town of Mariposa becomes a shadow of its former self. As people go missing and lives are turned upside down, our unforgettable heroes are desperate to get things back to the way they were, while unknowingly on a journey of self-discovery.
  • The Search for the Scepter

    by Julie Dinges
    When Princesses Rosalie and Scarlet went to bed on a breezy summer night, they didn’t expect to awake to such a fright. Their father, the king’s, scepter was taken by a thief. The royal family was in utter disbelief. The princesses sneak out of bed and find a small clue. Their mission is clear, they know what they must do. Along their journey, they meet friends who help them track the thief down. Will they find him and return the scepter to their father who wears the crown?
  • Dimitri y el anillo de poder

    by Nefi Reyes
    Dos jóvenes amigos emprenderán un viaje donde descubrirán su verdadera identidad y potencial. Batallas, aventuras y criaturas mitológicas son solo algunas de las cosas que les esperan en este viaje en búsqueda de las piezas perdidas del anillo de poder.
  • LAND OF DEMONS: A New Age Dawns

    by Zach Sabra
    The greatest inventor of the era has fallen to madness. Now calling himself the Baron, he creates terrible tools and devices of war for the Olympian Empire. With the empire’s weapons making swords, shields, and even magic obsolete, all of Aethora and the world of Kelndroarn will be enslaved or destroyed. The only hope of ending this chaos rests in the hands of a group of rangers, all infamous for their past exploits as witch hunters. Now, blackmailed into service, they’re tasked with hunting an... more
  • Tuscan Tales

    by Lori Hetherington
    Traditional tales from the mountains of Tuscany: skeletons and phantoms, scoundrels and saints, supernatural events and magical objects. Nonna Regina enchants her grandchildren with fantastic tales as she warms herself beside the fire in the family's ancestral home in a valley where seasons are intense, unexplained occurrences are many, and religion fuels the imagination. This collection of 19th-century fairy tales have, until now, remained unknown to English-language readers, although Italia... more
  • Bob & the Cretaceous Flower

    by Rikki Hughes
    The second book in The Bob Series trilogy, Bob and Rocket must deal with the consequences of having unwittingly unleashed their advanced science upon the Earth. From time-traveling poachers of the past to ambitious mega-corps of the present and doomed off-world missions in the future, the two aliens must navigate the best and worst of humanity's instincts in order to create a lasting, and survivable, new world.
  • Arty and The Forest of the Forsaken

    by Nicholas Jauregui
    When a dark wizard takes over Camelot, a young boy and his ragtag group of misfit friends must go on an epic quest to save their families and their kingdom. But first they must look past their own differences and learn to work together
  • Rocketship Made of Stars

    by Lois Wickstrom
    Shirl takes Eee-ahh to school. The kids figure out that Eee-ahh is an alien, because she is green and has an antenna. Eee-ahh draws a map of the stars to show where she is from -- it's a constellation that looks like a rocket ship. The kids start naming other constellations and the Teacher loves the new names. Now all the kids want to look at the sky and tell stories about what they see.
  • Can I Keep Her?

    by Lois Wickstrom
    While out walking her sheep, Wynnie finds a mysterious egg. It shakes. It glitters. It hatches. A baby dragon is loose in the kingdom, starting fires. The Wise Old Woman tells Wynnie she must get the dragon out of the Kingdom. Now! But, Wynnie loves it. The King gives her one day to train the dragon to stop starting fires.
  • Invisible Magic Wand to the Rescue

    by Lois Wickstrom
    Caspian and his cousin Belinda are visiting Grandpa's house. Belinda wants an Invisible Magic Wand, just like Caspian's. The wand allows the children to speed up time, or slow it down. While Grandpa is getting the wand, an earthquake shakes the house. Thanks to the wands, all three escape, unscathed. 
  • Folder

    by Raymond Bolton

    Eric Folder has moved to Oregon to attend Portland State University when an automobile accident leaves him stricken with migraine headaches. The resulting visual effects—something medical professionals term an aura—render him virtually blind and defenseless when a gang of street thugs attacks him. Desperate to see and needing to protect himself, Eric reflexively tears at the luminous lines of light and finds they have become tangible. When he pulls them aside, his present reality ... more

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