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  • I AM EPIC

    by daniel robledo
    I AM EPIC is about a robot who is created with feeling and is primarily about this robot discovering itself. Plot twist at the end I won't spoil.
  • Max Hamby and the Blue Fire

    by Kathy Cyr

    "The Max Hamby series is perfect for readers of Harry Potter, Fablehaven, Unwanteds, Septimus Heap and Charlie Bone. A mix of magic, adventure, humor, friendship and family that draws you in."

    Alfie and Cynric coughed their way out of their workshop in a cloud of smoke.

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    "I don't see how you could've mistaken a white-backed Odeck egg with one f... more

  • Roger the Mini-Dragon and the Magic Meadow

    by Trish Sardinha
    Imagine waking from a deep sleep into a strange new world. What would you do first? How would you feel? These are things faced by a young dragon named Roger in author Trish’s book Roger The Mini-Dragon And The Magic Meadow. One afternoon in Calgary, Alberta, a long-hidden dragon egg hatched on a cliff overlooking one of the city’s main rivers. Alone in a new world, Roger is discovered by a group of feathery and furry critters who quickly make friends with the little dragon. Follow along as Roge... more
  • OuterSphere

    by Quoleena Sbrocca
    What happens when an evolved species of healing and humanity is thrust into a world of death and decay? In book two of the Rayne Trilogy, Rayne discovers what she knew about the world and the Ancients is a lie. The survivors of this world don’t trust her and are convinced her kind are dangerous killers. Desperate to return to the only world she believed to exist, the harmonious nature of her species works against her. Even in a world where the weak perish, and the strong live to fight a... more
  • Luminescence

    by Quoleena Sbrocca
    In the dawn of The Rebirth Period, a new species of humans dominates the Earth. In their second year of life, they experience the Luminescence and awaken to a mystical ability. Except one. Her name is Rayne. In a society whose values and manners are as refined as the language they speak, her peers mock her because she has no higher ability. In the early hours of her 17th birthday, she experiences a night which will change this. As her new reality brings adventure and peril, Rayne is des... more
  • The Castle in the Sky

    by Appollos Martin
    A young man gets an email, and it leads him on an adventure to a mysterious island. Along the way he makes friends as well as enemies and must find his way back home.
  • Spit Mechs

    by Corbett Buchly
    Preoccupied with his school talent show, fourth-grade genius Newton stumbles into his mother’s super-secret government experiment. When things go amuck, Newton and his best friends Jorge and Jane become a trio of reluctant heroes in alien super suits. It’s up to them to save the world. Homework can wait! (Until Tuesday, anyway.)
  • The Elven Tales: The Company of the Rose

    by Fabi Ghittoni
    Harry Potter meets Lord of the Rings in the first book of this new epic fantasy series full of adventures and magic. Prudence Clark lives a seemingly normal life in Cambridge with her best friend’s family. But a series of strange events compounded by a wave of kidnappings is about to turn everything she believed about her existence upside down. A brutal attack catapults her into a new reality – one that makes her the most important refugee of the Council of the Five Kingdoms. Now, she’s charg... more
  • The Big Brown Fox Jumps Over the Lazy Dog

    by john smith
    The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. And the lazy dog watches the quick brown fox jumps.
  • WindMaker: The History of Atala

    by Roye Okupe
    Inspired by African history, Windmaker: The History of Atala (Hardcover) is one part art book, one part prequel story to both the Malika: Warrior Queen & WindMaker: Return of a King graphic Novels. Pulling from the amazing depths of African history, Roye Okupe, writer of the hit graphic novel series E.X.O., creates a breathtaking kingdom called Atala. With this art book, he sets the foundations for what is definitely a deep and meaningful universe (The YouNeek YouNiverse) of heroes. Illustrator ... more
  • Code Human

    by NJ Paige
    First they take your voice Then They take your home And Finally They take your soul, leaving an empty vessel to be filled with only what they will allow. They are Totalitarians. In Code Human, a totalitarian government rules with impunity. There are classes of people—some having more rights and privileges than others based solely on physical attributes. However, the people rise-up. And Fenesia Thornbark, whom had once been privileged, rises with them after losing her home and parents. She ... more
  • 2084

    by Sol Smith
    A dystopian tale that feels all-too-real! What if we gave our individuality and freedoms away to corporations and social networking? Scott Goode is a high school student experiencing the national curriculum through Clearchannel screens just like every other teenager in the country. He logs his activities and interest, keeping careful track of purchase points and credits earned by mentioning his favorite products. His friends all follow the same virtual reality shows nightly with their Dreamcatch... more
  • Rose and Raven

    by Ann Davidoff
    Enter Rose and Raven's world. You'll discover the protective spells that Mem, their small, comfortable dragon-mother, teaches our young heroines to help them as they move through life's journey. Meet their gnome friends, Minx and Murgle, and their loving family; discover what their pet crow and fox really are (they're not what they seem to be). Enjoy the country pleasures of the harvest festival, and puzzle over the intentions of the sinister magician. Join our heroines on their quest to find th... more
  • The Hidden City of Chelldrah-ham: Belas Rift (Volume 3)

    by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen
    After the ferocious battle in War of Chaos, Stig and Meg pursue the evil Anet through a swirling interdimensional rift—and straight into new trouble. On the other side of this portal, the two Manna find themselves in a world of giants and strange, ominous technology—a world that seems as obsessed with greed and gold as Anet herself. They’ve pursued their enemy to her homeland, a country known as England. Alone and hunted by a terrifying flying machine, Stig and Meg find allies in the unlik... more
  • Dager of the Tasman Empire

    by Teresa Schapansky
    Dager of the Tasman Empire is the story of a three-year-old boy who is kidnapped and sold as a slave. For years, the boy lives under the brutality of his captors. But his family never gives up trying to find him. A tale of undying love and the conviction that family is the most important thing above all, this book reaches down to the depths of one's emotions and sets flight to the human spirit. A literary treasure for young readers, Dager of the Tasman Empire is a magical tale full of wildl... more
  • Ballad of the Beanstalk

    by Amy McNulty

    As her fingers move across the strings of her family’s heirloom harp, sixteen-year-old Clarion can forget. She doesn’t dwell on the recent passing of her beloved father or the fact that her mother has just sold everything they owned, including that very same instrument that gives Clarion life. She doesn’t think about how her friends treat her like a feeble, brittle thing to be protected. She doesn’t worry about how to tell the elegant Elena, her best friend and first l... more

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