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by SV FiliceISABELLE LOFFLIN lived an ordinary life until her mom mysteriously died four months ago. Now, with the help of her boyfriend, Jeremy, Isabelle is forced to take care of her younger sister, Brett. When Isabelle arranges to have Brett meet a psychic in the hopes of reuniting with their mother, everything goes wrong. The round-trip turns one-way when the train drives further from Feathercoe. Separated from her family, Isabelle discovers the train has only one stop: a secluded camp that excels in... more
by Meg TrotterWhen mermaid Maera is crippled in a nearly fatal shark attack, only Luka the shape-shifting sea witch can help — but there’s a catch. Accepting Luka’s bargain means Maera must go to a new world and learn to walk on legs — legs she can only keep by making a god fall in love with her within one month. If she fails, she’ll lose her new life and fade into sea foam. Despite the sea witch’s heckling, Maera fits herself into the gods' world of longhouses, rune magic, and northern lights with barely ... more
by Riano D. McFarlandWith the ascension of T’Aer Bolun Dakkar, a new king now rules the northwestern dragon kingdom. In the unseen world of dragons, even kings must prove themselves worthy, and the appearance of challengers is inevitable. As Jake and T’Aer Bolun Dakkar work tirelessly to address problems plaguing both dragon and human civilizations, dragoneers and eco-terrorists seek to derail their efforts at every turn. Their search for lasting and peaceful solutions to an impending global disaster are furth... more
by Riano D. McFarlandWhen you’re eleven years old, it’s tough convincing people to take you seriously. When you’re an eleven-year-old savant, It’s exponentially more difficult. Since Jake’s inability to connect with others had made him somewhat of an outcast for most of his life, he’d learned to divert his energy into his artistic talent, creating mesmerizing images capable of literally paralyzing anyone who should gaze upon them. For Jake, it was normal to see and perceive things others were incapable of reco... more
by Carol B AllenONE DYING PLANET. TWO WORLDS AT WAR. THREE TEENS FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL. When Parker Kittridge, a quirky science student from New York City, is lured to her terrace by a frisky hummingbird, she slips and plunges 18 stories to the street and awakens in Spyridon, a planet destroyed by climate change and locked in civil war. Parker quickly discovers she is not alone. Two other teens have also been kidnapped and they must join forces to save the planet if they have any chance to return to Earth. ... more
by C B LyallBook Descriptions/Summary: Wilf Gilvary is a teenage wizard who is terrified of using magic. When his father dies under mysterious circumstances, Wilf is plunged into the middle of a political struggle between the witches and wizards in the magical realm. He’d rather play soccer than practice magic, but he’s forced to make a choice between the life of a normal teen and one of wizardry after a powerful virus begins to decimate the witch community. The cure is spellbound in a journal Wilf inherite... more
by Ann AndrewsUnicorns: Reality or myth? History suggests they were once real; Socrates described them; Julius Caesar wrote about them; and they are mentioned in our Holy Bible – AS FACT, NOT FICTION. Unicorns: Reality or myth? History suggests they were once real; Socrates described them; Julius Caesar wrote about them; and they are mentioned in our Holy Bible – AS FACT, NOT FICTION. The author has combined her great love of horses, magic and history in order to bring to life her first compendium of sho... more
by Christina Davis
When a heist goes terribly wrong and the binding spell holding 17-year-old Neva’s powers at bay is shattered, the half-human thief knows she’s in trouble.
Neva has always hidden her Da’Valian heritage while working risky jobs to make a name for herself and serving at her family’s tavern, but she won’t be able to hide much longer. She can either risk the safety of those she cares about or seek out her mother’s people to gain control over her emerging p... more
by Luke RomynTheodore Beckett knows nothing of magic until his bedroom wall smiles… … and then tries to kill him. Doors to a whole new world suddenly crash open for Theo, a world filled with monsters, magicians, and dragons. His role in this secret society slowly unfolds when Theo learns he is the son of its lost hero. The man who defeated the Orc King. Elijah Dros. A new war looms, and Theo realizes his introduction might not be a coincidence. He may well be the last Hunter. But with nobody to ... more
by Rebecca K. SampsonEmber has spent her whole life running, keeping herself and her secrets isolated--just like her moms would have wanted. Ember doesn't want that anymore. Her love is fated, but destiny? That's another story. In a world where true love is promised and dragons have gone missing, a mysterious fateless plague that leaves citizens crazed and loveless threatens the enclosed kingdom of Ashkadance. When Ember is thrust into a dangerous new world, she will uncover truths tied to the plague, the d... more
by Lois WickstromMagic runs in the women of Carrie's family. Her grandmother, her father's mother, was the last magical member of the family. Now, because of her love for Grandma, Carrie is developing her magic and learning to use the wondrous treasures that have been passed down through her family. In this book, she meets the wandas, who are female wands. Wandas don't do magic. They are magic. They become what Carrie wishes them to be. This series has three other books, each exploring one of the gifts. The wand... more
by Nicole Marie
Technology simply cannot be uninvented. It can, however, be contained.
Cognation Academy’s invisible passages, floating buildings, and treetop hideaways appear to be powered by magic. Tech giant Cognation Industries, however, doesn’t need magic to make the impossible a reality.
In her second year at the Academy, Charlotte Blythe comes face to face with Cognation’s latest creations in the form of ten new students who are alarmingly real - but not... more
by Chelsea Walker FlaggThree weeks after helping end a period of segregation, 12-year-old Tinsey Clover feels great now that her forest is more inclusive of all its different people. But, the happy feeling doesn’t last long when some of the Icelandic villages express their disgust with the new treaty. When someone steals a special stone, and representation of peace, from her family, Tinsey takes it upon herself to get it back. After all, even though she’s only an elf the size of a squirrel, she knows she’s strong. ... more
by E.G. Radcliff
In a hellish city, the fate of a young boy rests on the very thing he fears most…
Robbed of his childhood by tragedy and betrayal and forced onto the streets, only fury makes young Ninian feel whole - and in a world of gangs and fae, Ninian is more than willing to fight for his life.
But it doesn’t take much to topple a life which is already balanced on the edge of a knife. And by the time a desperate Ninian realizes he’s crossed the wrong person, it is much, much... more
by Konrad Koenigsmann
TIME DULLS EVEN THE MOST POTENT OF MEMORIES...Six years have passed since the cataclysmic series of events culminating in Pierre Hartford's victory over the Entity and the formation of a new realm. New Earth is a thriving planet, an idealized conception of Pierre's old home. Pierre, in particular, seems quite well-adjusted to his new lifestyle...perhaps almost too well-adjusted. When his world is once more turned on its head and he is again thrust into the center of events, Pierre is ... more
by M.J. EvansChildren are disappearing from their homes in Coeur d'Alene. All they have in common is the fact that they each purchased a toy from Mr. Figgletoes' Toy Emporium the day before they went missing. Meanwhile, an evil witch is plotting to turn every child in the town into a fish and throw them into the lake. Revenge for her mistreatment is the motive. Mr. Figgletoes has made a deal with her. If the old toymaker can find one kind child, she will not carry out her dastardly plan. Unfortunately, Mr. ... more