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  • Fire & Ice

    by Victoria R. Maybury

    Fire and Ice is a fantasy young adult novel that follows a young woman on a big adventure, filled with love, mystery, and suspense.

    The protagonist Ash is forced into an arranged marriage, which does not turn out for the better, causing her to take refuge with the man she was supposed to marry. From there, she tries to find her parents' true murderers while surviving their attempts to find her. During this journey, she must fight her feelings for the man she believes to have killed ... more

  • Stuck in the Past

    by Gregory Saur and Jack Irish
    Teens. Time. Trouble. Who would've thunk it? Jon Banks is a young teen with a troubled past...and a time machine. He mistakenly uses it to send himself and a teenage girl deep into the past. Susie went to watch her little brother's soccer game. Instead she ends up in prehistoric Virginia with a strange boy. The Adventure begins.
  • MESOPO

    by Eva Dietrich
    Twelve-year-old Ankido is on a quest to save his missing father through the magical realm of Mesopo. Mesopo is the land where all fantasy originates, a land whose words and language are in peril. Can Ankido save his father and restore all these words in time? It was a red velvet box, the size of a school book. Ankido lifted the lid, revealing an old-fashioned quill made out of a reed. It smelled remote and otherworldly. Ancient. And for a reason he couldn’t explain, everything felt all rig... more
  • The Invisible Nurse

    by David Gwyther
    In a different time, in a different place, in a distant land called Alfadia, there is an ancient healing practice that lingered on from an era when magic was commonplace. None of the elders in all the simple and happy villages question the wisdom or effectiveness of the practice, nor its origins or meaning, until one day a child begins to query the tradition and unintentionally unleashes a wildfire of doubt and unease. This is a parable for our times, when we take so many wonders for granted.... more
  • Sunshine Reigns

    by MF Blake
    Every year, each of the humanoid planets in the United Universe selects two young adults to attend the Academy, a four-year program on a cruiser that travels through space. The students train with their humanoid peers to become ambassadors, tasked with ensuring the continued peace, harmony, and security of the known Universe. Sunshine Blue Mountain from the peace-loving planet Baatar is one such student. Just like any ordinary Academy student, in her second year at the Academy, Sunny found... more
  • Sunshine in the Shadows

    by MF Blake
    Every year, each of the humanoid planets in the United Universe select two young adults to attend the Academy, a four-year program on a cruiser that travels through space. The students train with their humanoid peers to become Ambassadors tasked with ensuring the continued peace, harmony, and security of the known Universe. Sunshine Blue Mountain, from the planet Baatar, is one such student. Just like any ordinary Academy student, Sunny finds a holiday job aboard a trading spaceship, visits he... more
  • Sunshine at the Academy

    by MF Blake
    Every year, each of the humanoid planets in the United Universe select two seventeen-year-old students to attend the Academy, a four-year program on a cruiser that travels through space. The students train with their humanoid peers to become Ambassadors tasked with ensuring the continued peace, harmony, and security of the known Universe. Sunshine Blue Mountain, from the planet Baatar, is one such student. Sunny is faced with the challenges of leaving home for the first time, navigating new rel... more
  • Elvia and the Gift of Passion

    by Ruthy Ballard
    Earl and Sally Hill are reluctant to take their feisty nine-year-old daughter Elvia on vacation to Tanzania, Africa. But her babysitter is ill, so they take her along anyway, hoping for the best. To their horror, their worst fears come true. Elvia disappears from Tembo National Park, apparently the victim of a lion snatching! A massive search ensues, involving a corrupt park director, a delusional lion expert, a DNA specialist, a witchdoctor, and a local couple who run an organization called ... more
  • Tales by Moons-light: Stories from before the Great Melt

    by Ruthy Ballard
    In the best tradition of William Steig, Aesop’s Fables and Tales of Beedle the Bard, this companion volume to Ruthy’s Ballard’s Tales by Moons-Light series spins seven beautifully written tales from a distant, two-mooned planet called Urth. Margie and her younger brother re snatched from their beds by an evil sorceress who whisks them off to her castle far, far away. Where are they and how will they get home? Can Margie, with her clever, logical mind figure it out? A boy named Bai tries to... more
  • Frankie and the Gift of Fantasy

    by Ruthy Ballard
    Frankie Russo doesn’t brood about the past or worry about the future. He lives in the present moment, frolicking in a world of make-believe that drives his high-achieving parents crazy. They have lofty ambitions for him, but Frankie has no interest. He prefers to flip helium burgers on Jupiter or rule a kingdom of mermen in the Caspian Sea, up inside his head, where all the fun is. Frankie’s parents nag him endlessly, worried he’ll come to nothing. But all that changes when he disappears thro... more
  • Honey and Salt

    by David Perlmutter
    The story is narrated by Olivia Thrift, a.k.a. the Manitoba based pre-teen super-heroine Captain Fantastic. After filling us in about her background, she then proceeds to speak about her first meeting with the members of the Canadian Consortium of Super-heroines, all of whom are her age or slightly older and based in different parts of Canada. She is particularly thrilled to meet her idol Gerda Munsinger, a.k.a. Muscle Girl, also a Manitoban by residence, and even more so when Gerda befriends he... more
  • Bob Wars: May the Force Pass Through You Episodes I-VI

    by B. A. Lepton
    Bob and his friends, including Leah, Puke, Hans N. Poo, and little Orphan Ani, must save the galaxy from the evil Umpire! First he must find a toilet. The Force is strong in Bob and he'll need it when he faces the likes of Dark Vapor and the Dorm Troopers.
  • Book the Third: Strange Happenings, the Conclusion of Finding Innocence

    by Gregory Saur
    The exciting conclusion to the Finding Innocence Trilogy! Nelsa has lost all help from humans and now must face the end alone. Unfortunately for her, she's expected. Strange happenings await.
  • Strange New People: Book II of Finding Innocence

    by Gregory Saur
    "Finding Innocence, Strange Old World" continues with book two. Nelsa has sacrificed her most precious possession and must rely on her worst nightmare to get it back: human kids. It will not be easy.
  • Finding Innocence, Book One: Strange Old World

    by Gregory Saur
    Finding innocence won't be easy... A creature called a waint has come to find the savior of her world. She finds trouble instead... Mainly, she finds humans. Welcome to a strange old world. Welcome to Earth.
  • Otherworld: Orcish Delight

    by Gregory Saur
    The Orcs are coming to lunch...and they're hungry! Schoolboys in Virginia must defend their school from attacking Orcs bent on eating them.

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