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  • The Rocket that Flew to Mars

    by Audrey Sauble

    A long time ago, in the house that Jack built, a rat ate the malt, a cat chased the rat, and a dog, a cow, and a maiden all-forlorn came by for a visit. Now, on the red planet, a truck builds a house, pressurized by an air system powered by a solar array and maintained by a robot…but space exploration comes with a few surprises.

  • Hunted: A Werewolf Mystery

    by B.S. Gibbs

    Hunted, a tale of werewolves in a modern-day town, combines mystery and suspense with elements of magic realism.

    The sounds of howling at night have werewolf-obsessed Jason Porter on edge. Worse still, he's convinced that his teenage sister, Bianca, is a werewolf. The evidence -- her late-night lifestyle, grumpiness, messiness, and other characteristics -- points to no other conclusion. Unfortunately, no one believes him, including his mother.

    As he... more

  • The 21st Centuryon

    by Clay Moor
    The 21st Centuryon is a social satire of America with a psychological intent to call on the vaunted X and undefined Y generations to push out the hold on power that Baby Boomers have as they continually devastate the planet Earth...not only politically but culturally. Their extremism is the telltale sign of neuroses. Set on the fictional planet K-Bull (cable?), two armies battle for the entertainment of the C-lings of planet-C who resell to the Found-Links or Maybe Moorers. R-Joon and his compan... more
  • The Uncanny Madventures of Scott Shot - Book 1

    by Adam Venture
    Meet Scott Shot, the unluckiest Teen in the Yuiniverse, born with a scientific curse of bad luck (or Bluk) that forces him to keep one-step-ahead of disaster and death battling Monsters, Villains, and Secret Foes across the galaxy of the 23rd Century. Armed with an anti-Bluk device (or PosiTron) and his best friend, Y.K (a shape-shifting Alien T-Shirt) Scott enjoys being a hero... until the Positron malfunctions, and he finds himself in trouble in Synchron City, or transported across the Yuniver... more
  • Scarlett Wrigley and the Light Beneath the Veil

    by Charmaine Mullins-Jaime
    On her thirteenth birthday, Scarlett Wrigley awakens to find the ordinary world isn’t what it seems. Up until then, she never even knew what Juma was. Now she can see the fairies and the leprechaun that have protected her all her life as well as auras and any and all fantastical creatures that live beneath the veil. Her Juma, or life-force, has grown too strong and they can no longer keep it from her. Now, dark creatures are after her, attracted to her light, and no-one will tell her why. For he... more
  • The Carbynarah Chronicles

    by Jon Franklyn
    Carbynarah is a world at war with itself. Created so that all living things could use the magic that comes from Essence produced by the tree pictured on the cover. Shortly after the creation of Carbynarah, Natural magic users (magic that comes from the DNA of the individual) infested the world. Over the years, Natural magic users have been unable to overthrow the magic created from the Essence on Carbynarah; but now, as magical essence is diminishing, the Natural magic users believe it is time ... more
  • The Elf and the Amulet (Deathsworn Book 1)

    by Chris Africa
    Waet Tree Village has family roots and traditions as ancient as the silver trees themselves. It is here that Chassy, Nita and Andrev were born, and here they are expected to remain until they die. Chassy Waet will join in the village's great silk weaving tradition. His best friend, Nita Smyth, will become a dutiful wife and mother. Her brother, Andrev, will run the family's inn. Their idyllic life starts to unravel when the dying wizard Vornole arrives at the inn and sends them on a dangerou... more
  • Tales of Mystery Wisdom

    by A. Roz Mar
    Myths and legends are true and wise and fill our hearts with dreams of long ago. They come from a world we once knew and will one day know again. Such tales tell of wisdom and courage, foolishness and faith in places near and far. They are told so that we never lose heart.
  • Rosenhart The Sight

    by A. Roz Mar
    The Trilogy of Rosenhart books tells the tale of a brotherhood of Knights of the Turtledove in the dark time of the 13th century whose mission is both secret and sacred. For those on their own Quest for Truth, and who seek world wisdom through inspiration, this book is meant to encourage that search.
  • Theo Paxstone and the Dragon of Adyron

    by James Turner
    Young Theo Paxstone aspires to a better life. A virtual slave at a steam mech repair shop, he slaves away under the sharp watch of Master Grimes, along with dozens of other orphan boys. The biggest and meanest of them, Grant, has in it for Theo and his best friend, Ollie, the shop’s part spotter bird. Every day is a struggle for survival. When a dragon attacks the royal tournament and sets it aflame, Theo escapes to help. He saves an elderly steam knight, Sir Bentham, from the blaze, assiste... more
  • Fred the Beavercorn

    by Gene Kirschbaum

    Fred the Beavercorn was born of beaver mother and a unicorn father. His mother was a typical "busy beaver," forever working to provide for her family.  On the other hand, his father was a carefree fellow, passionately following his dreams and doing what he loved.  Fred came to appreciate the attributes of both his parents and determined that he should try very hard in school, so that he can qualify for a job that both provides for his family and that he loves.

  • 9780996383936

    by J. C. Stevens
    Magic and adventure abound in this second book in the Dragon Lad trilogy. The "Tale of the Talisman" follows our young dragon-hatched hero as he seeks his parents, his past and his destiny in Roman-ruled Britannia. A boy without a history—at least one that he can remember—Dirk turns to his shape-shifting friends for help. They launch him on a quest involving the one clue he has to his previous existence: a magic talisman. The wizard Beldor gives Dirk a ring that allows him to re-enter the ... more
  • London Hat Hunting Mission

    by Winnie Mak Tselikas
    Four little Londoners, Hope, Jun, Lea and Parth, come from a different cultural background, are good friends living in London. They are travelling to the iconic places around the city in search of magic hats to cure Mr Globe’s headache. The book is illustrated with a mix of real life photographs of iconic places in London and digital illustration so children can have a vivid visual experience of London and at the same time open up their world of imagination.
  • Eramore: Forget the Trails

    by Jake Deibler
    Join these unlikely heroes on their misadventures to save the kingdom of Eramore from lord Magnus. Chivalry is dead. The knights of Eramore were defeated long ago in the war against Lord Magnus. With King Roger in hiding, Magnus and his minions hold uncontested power over the land. Lord Magnus unearthed ancient technology, creating rigs to steal the world's magical life force. As a result of his tampering, he has thrown off the balance of nature and the boundaries that separate one world from... more
  • Iffy Magic: Confessions of a Faux Fairy Godmother

    by S. E. Page

    Everybody knows the Cinderella story, but no one knows the lie. There never was a fairy godmother, just Primrose Goodwing: a pixie whose magic always comes undone at midnight. Discover the true tale of the pixie behind the girl with the glass slippers!

    View the book trailer on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfXNDq0EFb4

  • Forests of Farallon

    by Ben McKinnon
    SHE’S GONE! How can Jeremy sit through another boring high school class when his life has been turned inside out? His older sister, Sasha, mysteriously vanished months ago, leaving him to help care for his kid sister and older special needs brother without her. Despite the whispers, he has to believe... SHE’S ALIVE! Together with his friends, Whytney and Eric, Jeremy’s search leads to an unknown realm of primitive people and incredible creatures. They find themselves accidental particip... more

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