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  • The Phantom Man

    by Chaiene Santos
    An impetuous young wizard able to cross the fine line that separates the world of the living from the world of the dead. On the other hand, an ambitious warlock capable of anything to dominate humanity, including resurrecting the dead. Which one will win? In the deepest darkness, in the most desperate moments, magic will set you free. When the last days of the world of magic seem to be approaching…Dark times put the wizards of Europe at great risk. In the name of God, the Inquisition ... more
  • Flip Flop: A Halloween Story

    by Nick Stockland
    For one ten year old boy and his three best friends, this Halloween will be unlike any other. Stan, Kyle, Eric and Charlie enter the mysterious Kinderwood forest, on a mission to capture the elusive and fabled Flip Flop man. Along the way, they discover a whole new terror that turns their journey of discovery into a fight for survival. In a race to escape, who will make it out alive?
  • A Summer to Remember with Ted Williams

    by Paul Korins

    Another fantastical, time-travel adventure for Sammy Baker, a stand-alone sequel to The Magic Typewriter. This time it's 1960, and he's sitting next to the great Ted Williams in the Red Sox dugout. He's the team's batboy! His mission, assigned by his grandpa before he left on his magical journey, was to get an interview with Ted Williams, something he'd never accomplished as a sports reporter for a New Hampshire newspaper. Sammy wonders how he'll eve... more

  • unvamped

    by Elizabeth Stevens

    Would you accept yourself to find your humanity?

    Ellie Cooper comes from a long line of witches but wishes she could be normal. When she nearly kills herself cursing a vampire, her dislike of her heritage deepens. She must find a way to accept her magic or forsake her family.

    After feeding on a witch, 693-year-old vampire Charles Dumphrey wakes to find he is living a human teenage life, complete with parents, school and girls. He must adjust to his new life as a human an... more

  • The Kingdom of Grape

    by Raimo Strangis
    The Kingdom of Grape is a classic fairy tale and the perfect first chapter book for young readers. Set in the middle ages, a common messenger boy named Donnie Drake, has fallen in love with the beautiful Princess Jane Grape. Her father, King Earl Grape, has arranged for Jane to marry the ruthless Duke the Red. Not only does Jane not love him, she despises him. It is up to Donnie Drake to become a hero and rescue his true love from the evil Duke. The Kingdom of Grape takes you on an unforgettable... more
  • With Little Means

    by Raimo Strangis
    With Little Means, a depiction of the pitfalls of fame and stardom. We all have dreams and aspirations when we are young, but how many of us follow through with them? How many people take the chance and risk it all to follow their dreams? Not many. For most of us, life just seems to get in the way. But what if you had a second chance at it, would you take it?
  • The Crystal Mark

    by Siri Mutalik Desai
    When the world woke up on that vibrant spring day, no one knew about the imminent danger threatening their existence. No one knew they had only one day left. And no one knew the fate of the world rested in the hands of five children who had no idea what they were getting into. On the morning of Zoe Marshall's thirteenth birthday, everything goes horribly wrong. She wakes up late, gets yelled at by the principal, and ends up in detention for something she didn't do. But all that changes when t... more
  • Sword Nation-House of Rahilius

    by A. J. Ross
    Seventeen year old Lincoln Wolfe is set to marry the princess when his world is turned upside down. A ship from the neighboring planet Kayora arrives with passengers fleeing enslavement by the Prime Minister and infamous pirate Rahilius. When Rahilius's demands for the return of the stolen vessel are ignored, he kills the Ruler of the Grii, kidnaps the princess and declares war on Graiis! Lincoln learns the necessary skills to kill Rahilius, while the princess sheds propriety and uses her h... more
  • The Gotten

    by Rob Tucker

    For Fans of Neil Gaiman, Divergent, and Stranger Things...

    No one knew about the doorbell until the news story of the boys’ mysterious disappearance.

    If certain people couldn’t own the doorbell or if it rejected them, they wanted to destroy it and the boys behind it, calling it a hoax.

    Ivor and Inge Borg have been tracking Astrid Sims, who has escaped from the ancient Norse myth as Skuld, the weaver of the future, fate and destiny of humankind. She’s the no... more

  • Riley's Imaginarium

    by Lucy Prime
    Riley’s Imaginarium is a story of a girl who travels in her dream to an ancient city where people can control the four elements and she learns how to do it herself. Riley is struggling to fit in the social life of Hamilton Primary School and her days are full of bitterness and anxiety. At nights, she can relax and play happily in her dreamland, with her imaginary friend Anuiki – they listen to the tales of the river and make water balls in the sky … Everything looks great until one morning Riley... more
  • Breed

    by Colet Abedi
    Five kingdoms. Five different breeds. Only one can be Alpha. Earth, 2999 A.D. In a small pocket of the only sustainable land on Earth, humanity has evolved into a new breed of species. Amphibians, Birds, Reptiles, Mammals… each human Breed taking on the characteristics of the animal it descends from. All but one. History calls it the Great Cetacean Massacre. Terrified by the intellect of the fifth race, the humans of Kingdom OM committed genocide. For seventeen-year-old, Siren, t... more
  • Smoke and Mirrors: The Trueheart

    by Helene Opocensky
    When you’re a young orphan left to your own devices and living in the wild, finding a warm bed and a guiding hand is magical enough. But when your seeming savior offers explanations of a world of shapeshifting mages that make all too much sense, it’s downright extraordinary. Enter a world where the mystical exists alongside the ordinary, every alliance is subject to suspicion, and the fate of a magical way of life hangs in the balance of a seemingly-impossible mission in Smoke and Mirrors: The T... more
  • Implant

    by Stephen LONG
    Global war allowed the creation of single world government which ordered the fitting of an identity microchip in every newborn. Society is fully controlled and under constant surveillance. Two young rebels break out of their own country and seek sanctuary in the only country the world president does not control. They discover themselves and each other and encounter people with extraordinary capabilities but their flight triggers massive retribution and their journey is fraught with danger, ampli... more
  • The Twice-Drowned Prince

    by L.M. Morrison
    "The prince had no memory of the first time he drowned. The salt numbed his mind. But the second time, it stung. Every breath brought a thousand barbs, slicing his flesh to ribbons without spilling a drop of blood. His lungs screamed as never before—voiceless. What makes a man choose to drown? A great many things, the prince was sure. But for him, it was two eyes more vivid than the sky. Her eyes, her hair, her tail of vibrant blue." After surviving a shipwreck, he seeks out his rescuer. A... more
  • The Twisty Passages of Time: Book 1: Veer Left for Home

    by K.D. Loveridge
    After the death of Liam's sister, he learns a great family secret. They are refugee's in time from a dystopian past that is on the brink of war.
  • Treasure Hunt

    by Lois Wickstrom
    When Grandma moved across town, she left four mysterious boxes in the hall closet: Feathers, Wandas, Fascinator and Dowse. Dowse can mean soaking wet or find something valuable. In this book, Carrie does both. She hunts for gold and finds her dad's wedding ring. She hunts for water and finds a leaky sewer pipe. Then she asks the rods to find her something valuable. She finds Grandma!