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  • Danny and the Trip to Outer Space: This book is written and illustrated by 8 year old author, David T. Lee. It contains 16 chap

    by David T. Lee
    Danny and the Trip to Outer Space is written and illustrated by 8 year old author, David T. Lee. This book contains 16 chapters, 6,500 words and 6 full color illustrations. It is the sequel of Danny and the Portal of the World (published by David in 2011 when he was 7 years old). The story starts when Danny accidentally spills soda on one of his birthday gifts, a RC plane, and it enlarges enough so it could fit Danny's whole family inside it. Unfortunately, Danny's house is destroyed when the ma... more
  • Danny and the Portal of the World: Danny falls into a portal, meets his relatives and returns home again. (The Adventures of Dan

    by David T. Lee
    Danny and the Portal of the World is a fun story of imagination and adventure authored and illustrated by a 7 year old, David T. Lee. He was born in Massachusetts. This book was released in August 2011. It contains 12 chapters, approximately 4,500 words and a lot of detail illustrations. In David’s own words: This is the story of Danny Tom Ed, a portal and a lot of relatives. They come together when Danny slips and falls into a portal and meets his relatives. This story also chronicles about a m... more
  • Danny and the Portal of the World: Danny falls into a portal, meets his relatives and returns home again. (The Adventures of Dan

    by David T. Lee
    This is the story of Danny Tom Ed, a portal and a lot of relatives. They come together when Danny slips and falls into a portal and meets his relatives. This story also chronicles about a mystery rock later to be found a short cut for Danny to return home. He also finds that this portal also interferes with time and soon find himself standing in a sun-lit bedroom only to find his mother saying, “Danny you almost late for school,” and suddenly he realizes that the time had moved along. And you mu... more
  • Peas Let Her Be a Princess

    by Diane E. Keyes
    Once upon a castle bed, lay a maiden's dainty head...So begins this new twist on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale, The Princess and the Pea. The prince is in love with a beautiful red haired maiden. But is she a genuine princess? Can she pass the princess test? Will she feel the pea through the mattresses piled high? With the help of a friendly mouse and a faithful knight, can the prince be sure his love will wake? Leaving nothing to chance, this prince is willing to go to new heights for lo... more
  • Trick or Zombie Treat

    by Tim Barry Jr.

    On Halloween night, 1998, five boys go trick or treating and eat magic candy that transforms them into real-life versions of their costumes…but so does a group of teenagers dressed as zombies.

    Tommy (12): a space bounty hunter—gets a real jetpack and laser gun.

    Aaron (13): a Shaquille O’Neal fan—grows seven feet tall.

    Rich (13): an army Marine—gets a real machine gun.

    Brandon (11): a ghost—turns into…a ghost.

    Donny (9):... more

  • Angel Warriors

    by Gregg Abello
    Angel Warriors is an action/adventure fiction novel about the extraordinary missions tasked by the Archangels to the chosen human beings who are known as Innocents in the fight against the Demons who threaten to annihilate the human race and rule over the Angels in Heaven. Specifically chosen from the different parts of the world, the protagonists who are eventually called the Angel Warriors. They find themselves caught in many bizarre events during their earthly life that leads to their higher ... more
  • The Mark of Noba

    by G.L. Tomas
  • The Cursed Noize

    by Louisa Brown
    Evil voices occur from each and every angle of her house until she encounters her daughter's ancient closet not realising a twilight realm dwells inside. It's up to her mother and close friend to use the magical resources and find Lexa and destroy this evil that surrounds them constantly. Will they save her in time?
  • Girl of Myth and Legend (The Chosen Saga Book 1)

    by Giselle Simlett
    A girl with a past she tries to forget, and a future she can't even imagine. Leonie Woodville wants to live an unremarkable life. She wants routine, she wants repetition, she wants predictability. So when she explodes in a blaze of light one morning on the way to her college, it’s enough to put a real crimp in her day. And things only get weirder… Leonie learns from her father that she is last of the Pulsar, a phenomenally powerful member of a magical species called the Chosen. It will ... more
  • up yours

    by Tory abel
  • Trankarri: The Boy with a Magical Pen

    by Christopher Dean
    When talented young artist Nathaniel Hancock receives a new drawing pen for Christmas, he promises his great-grandfather that he'll prepare him a Masterpiece for the following year. But Nathaniel is naive for the Pen is magical-and as he makes his finishing touches, the Masterpiece comes to life before his very eyes. After entering the drawing, he discovers that he's added new territory to the enchanted land that lies beyond: the Inkworld, a pen-and-ink realm where reality is limited only by the... more
  • Elements: The Biodome Chronicles #2

    by Jesikah Sundin
    New Eden Township is more than a dungeon for Fillion Nichols. The medieval biodome community, where Fillion is serving time, is a birthright that torments his life and threatens his future. Sealed inside the experimental Mars colony, there is no escape from anyone, especially the young woman who has haunted his thoughts for nearly six years. To preserve his sanity, he focuses on one goal - decoding the mystery behind the Watson deaths. It is a mission that shatters his distorted perceptions ... more
  • Legacy: The Biodome Chronicles #1

    by Jesikah Sundin
    A sensible young nobleman, Leaf Watson, and his sister, Willow Oak, live a rustic medieval life rich in traditions and chivalry. Sealed inside an experimental biodome since infancy, they have been groomed by The Code to build a sustainable community devoid of Outsider interference. They are unwitting pioneers on a path toward confined interplanetary homesteading. Life within their walled garden is predictable and peaceful until the unthinkable happens. With his dying breath, Leaf and Wil... more
  • Treasure (Seed Savers, 1) (Revised with Structural Edition)

    by S. Smith

    It’s 2077. There’s no apocalypse, but some things are different. Things like the weather, the internet, and food. In twelve-year-old Clare’s world, blueberry is just a flavor and apples are found only in fairy tales.

    When the authorities discover the children’s forbidden tomato plant and arrest their mother, Clare and her brother flee. Clare has heard of a place called  "The Garden State," and with their bikes, a little money, and backpacks, t... more

  • When I met the Devil

    by S. A. North
    This book is told in first-person from the view of the main character Akito Ashita. Akito lives with his sister Anna who is blind, and his aunt/guardian Norris Peters. Akito is a rather mature sixteen year old boy who has a pretty normal life. Goes to school, spends time with his friends (Alice and Heather), dodges the school bully (Luke) and participates is school events (chess club, debate team, choir, and school plays). He even has an internet friend, named Azeran Marks. Right from the start ... more
  • Monsterland

    by Michael Phillip Cash
    Welcome to Monsterland – the scariest place on Earth. All guests can interact with real vampires in Vampire Village, be chased by an actual werewolf on the River Run, and walk among the dead in Zombieville. Wyatt Baldwin, a high school student and life-long movie buff is staring bleakly at a future of flipping burgers. Due to a fortuitous circumstance, Wyatt and his friends are invited to the star-studded opening of Monsterland. In a theme park full of real vampires, werewolves and zombies, ... more