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  • The Victor's Heritage: Book Two of the Jonah Trilogy

    by Anthony Caplan
    Corrag is a Democravian teenager, smart, funny and bold. Maybe too bold. It is 2045. America has been shattered into two countries. Democravia and the Republican Homeland. Peace between the two continental rivals is always fragile. An ill-fated escapade with her boyfriend launches Corrag on a journey of revolutionary impact, driving her to exile in the Nenkaja from which there is no escape. Will she ever find a place for herself in a society dominated by the Augment?
  • Blue Cheese Moon

    by Carla Dewing, Jordan Eardley
    When do Grapeapes leap? When do Bananaducks dance? When do Strawberryfish blow bubbles? When do Apricats attack? …Once in a blue cheese moon, of course! It’s Blue’s 8th birthday, but will Tilly even notice? When she brings along her irritating pet Moon Yeti, Blue almost loses hope. He decides to take action, and things take a turn at the fair. Read the story then do the dance! An allegory teaching kids that important moments can be missed if they spend too much time being d... more
  • Timekey of the Anasazi

    by Bryan Gaffert

    What's the connection between a recently uncovered 1,000-year-old skeleton, an artifact that opens doorways through time, and a hidden alien colony? That's the question that thirteen-year-old Eliot Reed must answer when his mother, the famous "Indiana Jane of the Anasazi" archaeologist, vanishes from her dig site.

    The only clue she left behind is a mysterious metallic orb, pulsing with energy, which leads Eliot to a lost Anasazi village nestled smack in the middle of N... more

  • The Dragon of the Month Club

    by Iain Reading

    The Dragon Of The Month Club is the exciting first installment in a new middle grade fantasy/adventure book series that tells the story of Ayana Fall and Tyler Travers, two best friends who stumble across an extraordinarily magical book and soon find themselves enrolled as members of a very special and exclusive club - The Dragon of the Month Club.

    On the thirteenth of every month a new dragon conjuring spell... more

  • School of Deaths

    by Christopher Mannino

    The Scythe Wielder’s Secret is a thrilling young adult fantasy/adventure series by Christopher Mannino. The first two books in the trilogy, School of Deaths and Sword of Deaths, are out now, with the third book Daughter of Deaths expected to be released next year.

    Reviewers have compared The Scythe Wielder’s Secret to Harry Potter, Hunger Games, and Percy Jackson. It is recommended for readers who enjoy magical realism, fantasy, paranormal, middle grade, young adult, and/or ... more

  • Strange Lands ( Heroes of Distant Planets book 1 )

    by Anderson Atlas

    Powerful and uplifting, Strange Lands cleverly takes you away from Earth to a planet where the mysteries are as strange as the darkest shadows. In order for Allan to get home, he must fight the foulest creature. Millions of lives hang in the balance, but so does Allan's. Can he survive and rise to be a hero?

    This adventure is so thrilling and unlike anything you’ve ever read, you’ll be hooked until the last page. Follow Allan's path of self discovery, and watch him t... more

  • Champions: at fire's end (Volume 1)

    by Charlotte Jain
    Seventeen-year-old best friends, April and Kyle, are thrown into the final battle of the Titan and Olympian war. Locked into an endless struggle, the Immortals have finally reached a solution - bestow mortal Champions with control over the elements to wage their final campaign. Bestowed with control over fire and water, April and Kyle were raised by Immortals with a single purpose - win the war. After finally uncovering the remaining Champions' identities, April and Kyle must launch themselv... more
  • Do You Believe In Magic?

    by Lisa Sniderman/Aoede

    An original award-winning fantasy musical/rock opera for tweens and kids at heart; Percy Jackson and Harry Potter meet Into The Woods!

    Do You Believe in Magic? takes you on a spellbinding journey to the cursed Kingdom of Wonderhaven where a Muse has a secret, and enchanted books and witches break into song! In DYBIM, the magical Kingdom of Wonderhaven is under a malicious memory curse and rapidly losing magic. Aoede, the Muse of Song, believes she has no use or magic; yet she is pl... more

  • The Tinker & the Fold: Book 1: Problem with Solaris 3

    by Scott Gordon & Evan Gordon
    They have been watching… Because of him, they are coming… Jett Joseph Javelin Junior is enjoying the eighth grade until his scientific tinkering goes dangerously wrong and attracts the attention of The Fold, an extraterrestrial force, tasked with keeping peace in the galaxy. When The Fold comes to collect him, Jett's life is thrown into disarray. From alien abduction, to life in Tower 100, to becoming a castaway on Lanedaar 3 and savior to the Boonans, to flooding the White House with living ali... more
  • The Ladder

    by David Hodges
    When Hazel Lewin sees the chance for an adventure after her older brother Cameron’s forbidden lover is abducted, she takes it, secretly following him onto a mysterious estate in Derbyshire where she learns that she and Cameron are Athraithe—the Changed, a secret race with the ability to harness the extraordinary traits of animals. Hazel and Cameron learn that the abduction was intended to lure them to the vast estate which shelters the Changed in an ancient hidden village, so that they could be ... more
  • The Ballad of Rollo Crane: A Halloween Story

    by Suzanne Magdalena Rolph-McFalls
    This book is GROSS. This book is CREEPY. This book has totally cool MONSTERS. Read it with ALL the lights ON! “The reason most people are bad is because they do not try to be good." L. Frank Baum, The Emerald City of Oz Rollo Crane absolutely, positively, does NOT try to be good. He's so mean, so rotten, that this Halloween night he tries to steal gold from a sleeping demon! "And so it was with Rollo Crane, a man who enjoyed causing others pain. Till one Halloween night, been a few years past, h... more
  • The Stone Circle

    by Anthony Tuck
    Maisie and Jasper are left in New Hampshire with the peculiar Professor Winslop when their parents go to England for work. Winslop's lessons on mythology are terrible, but when the children discover a huge circle of stones and encounter shamans of the Dark Ones lurking in the woods, those myths are the only thing standing between the twins and the nightmares the Shamans hope to unleash on the world. Maisie and Jasper must assemble the mythical Crown of Seasons before the Winter Solstice if they ... more
  • A Fairy Extraordinary Christmas Story

    by A.J. York
    Upstairs in the Anderson’s attic there is chatter coming from the Christmas, Easter and Halloween boxes. Someone new has arrived. Tallulah the Christmas Fairy wakes to find herself attached to the top of a tree. She soon makes friends and has a magical first Christmas. Once the festivities are over, Tallulah finds herself in the attic with the other decorations from Easter and Halloween. Each year they watch the seasons change as they wait excitedly for their turn to go downstairs. Until one day... more
  • White Dove

    by Ryan Gordon
    Struggling to cope with her near death experience, seventeen-year-old Zuri Bailey must continue providing for her family during their financial hardship, by any means. Legal or illegal, she has to make ends meet. Until the one day her life changed forever. She witnesses a violent murder first hand, one she isn’t supposed to see. Though it isn’t easy to forget, Zuri is determined to erase the disturbing memory that haunts her conscience. But as Zuri finds comfort, she suddenly becomes aware o... more
  • Dotty and the Calendar House Key

    by Emma Warner-Reed

    Nine and a half year old Dotty Parsons is seriously unimpressed! In the wake of her parents' tragic death in a freak firework accident, not only has the feisty little Welsh girl been sent to live in ‘deepest, darkest Yorkshire’, but it seems her new home is beset with strange noises coming from the chimneys. The eccentric old cook says it must be jackdaws nesting. But that can't be right...can it?

    This highly acclaimed spellbinding fantasy adventure is a must-read fo... more

  • A Mathematical State of Grace Finale: Fusion

    by Cathy McGough
    A single chance. A single opportunity. As Grace Greenway begins her journey back, Vincente is now lost to her - changed. In fact, the entire world has been altered again. While she attempts to discover what went wrong and why - she is forced to choose between healing the world and healing herself. Can she do both?