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  • Over the Bridge: A Zane Johns Adventure (Byways Book 3)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    Zane Johns and his best friend Jovan are searching for one more person for their team. At their first waypoint, they hear a rumor about a blacksmith who wants to move west. A visit to the forge brings one surprise after another. [Book #3, NJ]
  • Aboard the Train: A Ewan Johns Adventure (Byways Book 2)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    On the first leg of his journey, Ewan Johns takes the train north into the snowy woodlands. He’s sure he has a great head start, but when Ewan stumbles upon two stowaways, they force him to change his plans. [Book #2, PA]
  • On Your Marks: The Adventure Begins (Byways Book 1)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    Ian Johns has three sons, and the brothers don’t get along very well. Somehow, Ian’s plan for a family trip turns into a three-way race. Ewan, Zane, and Ganix will take sibling rivalry to new lengths as they cross their homeland. [Book #1, DE]
  • Rakefang (Galleries of Stone Book 3)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    Rakefang finds Tupper Meadowsweet a young man by Flox reckoning, but he no longer fits in with his own people. Wild hair, stealthy grace, and foreign fashions make it obvious that he’s lived with Pred since boyhood. For three years, he’s been on the lookout for someone brave enough to follow him onto the legendary Moonlit Mountain. The last place he expected to find her was at Pennyflax & Quince. Meanwhile, Master Freydolf faces the challenge of shaping his masterpiece while the Statuary’s close... more
  • Harrow (Galleries of Stone Book 2)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    Harrow continues the story of Freydolf, magical master sculptor, and his young servant. For two years, Tupper Meadowsweet has kept his promise to be brave and do his best. But during the spring when he turns thirteen, Aurelius Harrow returns to the Statuary with something other than blocks of magical stone and gossipy tidbits. Master Freydolf will rely on Tupper more than ever as they spend a season dealing with runaways, star-crossed lovers, skittish villagers, and rumors of a thirteenth magica... more
  • Meadowsweet (Galleries of Stone Book 1)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    Meadowsweet introduces a world where magical mountains are entrusted to master sculptors like Freydolf. Necessity drives this recluse from the Statuary to search for a new servant. The villagers thereabouts fear him—with good reason—but when people are poor and homes are crowded, all it takes is a handful of coins to loosen family ties. Tupper Meadowsweet isn’t the cleverest child, but he’s brave enough to follow Freydolf onto the gray mountain, whose galleries hold wonders that introduce Tupper... more
  • The Forest of Evergreen (Volume 1)

    by Teresa May Bandiola
    Sophia Vabueretti grew up with her grandmother in Forest Green, a remote town in the Great Archipelago of Philipdomia somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. When she turned thirteen, she moved to her parents' house in the big city where she has to share a home with her two siblings, Alex and Nadine. In the summer before her senior year of high school, an accident causes her to lose her memory, and also causes her to regret forever having lost a high school romance. Her diary is the only link she h... more
  • Awakening

    by C. A. Morgan
    Through the magically shifting landscape of Emrysia, three youngsters - Aryelle, a winged healer with an amazing gift, Lureli of the Mer, who shimmers with secrets deep as the sea, and fierce Eleanor, barely four feet tall on hoof point - journey toward their common destiny as they attempt to save their world from the encroaching Reign of Shadow.
  • Lament: Volume Two of the Three Sisters Trilogy (Emrysia)

    by C. A. Morgan
    In this, the second volume of the Three Sisters Trilogy, Emrysia Series, the "Chosen Ones" Aryelle, Lureli & Eleanor seek out the Stone of Seeing hidden deep within Rona's Warren. But before they can attempt to consult it, and as Lureli grapples with the pain of her past, they are catapulted into unimaginable danger.
  • Wolfskin

    by W.R. Gingell
    ‘If you want adventure, you have to march right up to it and kick it in the shins . . .’ At fourteen, barefoot and running wild, Rose is delighted to be apprenticed to Akiva, the witch of the forest. She thinks it will be all enchantment and excitement, and not so much fuss about baths. The reality is much more sober and practical- that is, until she meets a mysterious wolf in the forest and is tricked into stepping off the path . . . In young, naive Rose, Bastian sees a way of escape. Cur... more
  • The Singing Stones of Rendor (Eidolon Trilogy) (Volume 1)

    by Neils Knudsen
    Endowed with a magical ability not seen since the ancient Rendor Empire, life for K’Las just turned dangerous—and he’s not even born yet. His parents hide him in plain sight for several years until they learn of a plot to seize an heirloom and enslave the powerful magical voices that blend with the family treasure. The family manages to escape the clutches of cold-blooded zealots from the Grand Peer that chases them to one of Rendor’s mysterious great henges. A wild and shrewd wizard who... more
  • The Bridge

    by Carol Draime
    The Bridge When Noah Johnson begins a light-hearted search for Bigfoot, he has no idea what's in store for him… The creatures are real and far more intelligent than anyone has yet imagined. Climate change has brought drought, and a forest fire becomes a life-and-death battle for Noah, his dog Buddy, and his friend Brad. They find themselves mysteriously saved when Jeppa, an adolescent Bigfoot, intervenes against his clan's directive. When Noah finds strange-smelling fur on his shirt, he ... more
  • Gideon and the Crimson Samurai

    by R.L.Baxter
    Gideon Joust is your average twelve-year-old boy, with all the growing insecurities one would expect, following the mysterious disappearance of his father. On one fateful day, the boy’s world is turned upside down – leading to a chance encounter with a brash child warrior: Kibishi the Crimson Samurai. Gideon and the Crimson Samurai is uniquely written in play format – suited for teens and adults alike.
  • Aftermath (After the Fall Dystopian Series Book 1)

    by Tom Lewis

    The end of the world came fast. Between the time the warning had sounded on the TV, till when 16-year-old Paige O’Connor awakened sometime later, civilization had been crushed.

    The attacks had come by “them” – those things in the ships in the sky that had appeared suddenly, and without warning.

    And as Paige would soon discover, the attacks had only been the beginning.

    “Aftermath” is the first book in the “After the Fall Dystopian Ser... more

  • CHAUSIKU The Blood of the Clans Book Three (Chausiku Series 3)

    by Pamela E. Cash

    The Amaru clan has attacked the Qiao clan. The Sakombi clan has a traitor in its midst and John is torn between his mother's clan and his father's clan. Is it all about Chausiku or is there a new threat? One that she may not see coming.

  • The Jewel of Nirel

    by Ann Snizek

    Krissa and her friends need to recover the stolen Jewel of Nirel before the thieves' army takes over Tunuftol, otherwise war will befall them. But they must return to save Earth too. Can they save both worlds and return the jewel to it's rightful owners before it's too late?  

    Increased dangers, startling discoveries, chemical warfare, and heart wrenching betrayals await Krissa. How much can one girl take?

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