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  • Rocketboy: The Return of Dr. Megaton

    by Michael Mullin
    Some heroes are born. Others are made . . . by MISTAKE! Smarter than most kids twice his age, 4th grader Skyler Mahoney wasn't supposed to become the Rocketman Hero Defender of the galaxy. That job was meant for his big brother Dean, the star high school athlete. You see, the Federation of Intergalactic Good (F.I.G.) sends an alien girl named Hayley Comet and two robots, Snipe & Twidget, to give the mystical, empowering Melding Ring to Dean. But it lands on Skyler's finger instead! Thinking Skyl... more
  • American Witches: An American Witch in New York City

    by Fox Deatry
    Molly Morgan has never kissed an American Witch Sheriff on top of the Statue of Liberty, watch a carpetbag swallow a bully, work for an impossibly difficult boss at a fashion house employing arachnids and be intoxicated by the glow of the full moon...All she knew was a life where she took up the headlines on Maximus Bulgar's infamous blogs and be surrounded by Secret Service agents all because she was the American Witch First Daughter. It will never be the same when Uncle Sam drops by on her ... more
  • The Golem's Voice

    by David G Klein
    The Golem, a classic creature of Jewish lore, is boldly reimagined in this thrilling adventure, resurrecting the giant of legend to face the real-world terror of WWII. It’s the tale of a small boy, separated from his brother and hunted by relentless Nazis in war-torn Czechoslovakia, who turns to the mystical traditions of his imperiled people to find a massive friend and protector. Along the way he meets up with Sophie, Nathan and Joel, who both aid and frustrate Jakov. In a world where decenc... more
  • The Intergalactic Adventures of Queen Bea

    by Jeanne Gransee Barker

    Everything Bea had ever known was a lie. Now she must find the courage to face the truth and save not only herself—but an entire planet.

    At almost 15, late-bloomer Bea Parker has just discovered that her aunt, uncle and cousins—the only family she’s ever known—aren’t actually related to her and don’t know anything about her birth parents. A strange, high-tech device shows up in her room in the middle of the night with a note promising answers about he... more

  • Peter Wilson's Dream Theater: The Dream Master

    by John Archer

    Fifteen-year-old Peter Wilson is more or less your typical teenager. He’s smart, shy around the ladies, and always looking for adventure. But there’s something a little different about Peter that sets him apart from his peers. And when he puts on a special pair of specs, his experiences are anything but common.

    Using his Dream Trekker X-5000 goggles, Peter can be anyone he wants to be, go anywhere he pleases, and interact with anyone (or anything) he desi... more

  • Neverland

    by Shari Arnold
    It’s been four months since seventeen-year-old Livy Cloud lost her younger sister, but she isn’t quite ready to move on with her life — not even close. She’d rather spend her time at the Seattle Children’s hospital, reading to the patients and holding onto memories of the sister who was everything to her and more. But when she meets the mysterious and illusive Meyer she is drawn into a world of adventure, a world where questions abound. Is she ready to live life without her sister? Or mor... more
  • Second Chronicles of Illumination

    by C. A. Pack
    When an alien invasion threatens the existence of all the knowledge in the universe, eighteen-year-old Johanna Charette and seventeen-year-old Jackson Roth must rely on their wits, guts, and pluck to save the fantasy-come-to-life world of the Library of Illumination. It wouldn’t be so bad if Johanna and Jackson weren’t the ones responsible for breaching the portals to a dozen distant worlds. Now, outside forces are causing shock waves in the space-time continuum, and if that isn’t awful enough,... more
  • The Chameleon Shop

    by Teresa Schulz
    This book is for lovers of fairy tales ... Kaylee Browne discovered a magic key in a new bookstore in town. The key takes her to the faraway lands of The Five Realms, where she begins a quest to find the maker of the key so she can learn how to get home... then to her surprise, a completely new quest to save someone very dear to her. Along the way, she encounters fairies, giant cats, flying horses, a castle, a witch and many other magical creatures including a dragon. The shop is called... more
  • The Viking's Apprentice

    by Kevin McLeod
    The book follows the adventure of school friends Peter and George when they visit Peter's granddad for their summer holidays. Granddad tells great stories of a Viking warrior who rid the Cove of dragons in centuries past. A world of magic and mystery awaits as the boys uncover the mysteries of Granddad's amazing mansion and face the evil Master and her hordes.
  • Pleasantwick

    by M.L. Stoughton
    When 16-year-old Melinda meets a boy from a hidden magical society, she finds herself in the middle of a war, with a target on her back, and in love with a boy she may never see again.
  • The String Quartet

    by Dan Hupalo
    Loss can be tough to handle, but a young girl named Dawn Arterberry has made a fresh start. She has a new school and a new cello to match. That is, mostly new. . . With her four new friends, Dawn tries to solve the mystery that has taken over her life. What is the Rheingold? Who is the Charmed Duke? And what does the grandfather she never knew have to do with any of it? Inspired by a tradition of myth and story more than a millennia old, The String Quartet takes readers on a journey through ... more
  • Zaria Fierce and the Secret of Gloomwood Forest

    by Keira Gillett
    On her birthday, Zaria Fierce finds her usual path to school blocked by an ugly river-troll. At first she's surprised and curious, but then Olaf threatens to eat her, which is an act Zaria could not in good conscience consent to, so Zaria counteroffers. A deal is struck and she goes to school, but Zaria is about to learn the hard way that one does not trick a river-troll and expect to win.
  • 6th Grade Supernatural: Abigail's Curse (Book 1)

    by J. B. Cantwell
    Zander Casey is not afraid of ghosts. When you're a parallel, and your whole world is full of the undead, it takes a lot to send shivers down your spine. But when Abigail Stone arrives at Plainsbury Middle School, she brings with her an entire army of nasties, the type of ghost to send even the most experienced parallel running for the hills. Now, Zander must convince her to partner with him and his mad-scientist father to close the gateway to the underworld she has accidentally opened.... more
  • Aster Wood and the Blackburn Son (Book 3)

    by J. B. Cantwell
    Everything in Aster's world has fallen apart. The great sorcerer, Almara, has leapt to his death to protect Aster and Jade, leaving them lost and without a guide to the cosmos. Aster has won the Book of Leveling, but Jade is no longer able to resist the power of the Corentin. She has fallen into his trap, hungry for more of the malice and cruelty she secretly loves. And hanging over Aster is Jade's own threat of murder. Aster is alone again, unable to clear his mind of the loss of his best... more
  • Aster Wood and the Book of Leveling (Book 2)

    by J. B. Cantwell
    After failing to locate the celebrated sorcerer Almara, Aster Wood has done the next best thing; he has found, and rescued, Almara’s daughter, Jade. Now, the two are traveling through the Maylin Fold together, still searching for the lost wizard. He is the one man who can answer their questions about why the planets within the Fold are dying, what it means for Earth, and how the evil can be stopped. But when they finally do find Almara, he’s in no state to be of any help to anyone. They must ... more
  • Aster Wood and the Lost Maps of Almara (Book 1)

    by J. B. Cantwell
    Broken. That's what the world is now. The Long Drought is over, but the rain that falls burns like acid on the flesh. Young Aster Wood is weak compared to the other survivors who flock to the cities, the only places where a meal and fresh water can be had. But when he finds a ragged piece of parchment in the hidden corners of his father's childhood home, he is pulled through the cosmos to a place no one on Earth knows exists. Here, the grass grows green. The wolves glow like the full mo... more

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