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  • Call of the Phoenix

    by Erik Daniel Shein and Melissa Davis
    Ever since the beginning, people have shared the world with the animals. Magical guardians once guided the people to treat all Earth’s creatures with reverence. The mystical winged serpent, Challis, lived within the chosen guardians, guiding them to promote a peaceful co-existence. When her spirit transcended from the mystical amulet to the next spirit keeper, darkness eroded her purity, making her pure magic a new vessel for darkness. When the new keeper’s reign was broken, the damage had alrea... more
  • The Eye of Zeus

    by Alane Adams
    Meet Phoebe Katz, the 12-year-old foster kid from New York City that’s been bounced around the system her entire life. Things happen around Phoebe, but it’s not like they’re her fault! At her newest school, Dexter Academy, she’s finally made two friends: Angie, whose father may or may not be in the mob, and Damian, a brainiac who can recite pages of useless facts. When a two-headed dog suddenly attacks her in the gymnasium, Phoebe is sure she’s losing her mind until a statue of Athena comes to... more
  • The Sun Jumpers

    by Ken Luber

    Ten thousand years ago, two teenage lovers – Ty and Sita - set out with two friends searching through a deadly forest for a tribe to save their cave-dwelling clan. The blood of a beast and Sita’s potions scramble their psyches, hurtling the dark-skinned seekers from their families’ prehistoric world into technology-driven Twenty-first Century Los Angeles. A young filmmaker, Darren, shooting carpet commercials for his rich, overbearing father, mistakes the Stone Age kids for ... more

  • Two Moons Waning (Sharp Steel and High Adventure Book 1)

    by William Alan Webb
    There is a place where mighty warriors cut their bloody way down the glory road in search of treasure, where dragons and water sprites fight vampires and elementals for the right to devour their flesh, and scheming kings bribe wizards and priests to stop the hero’s march. That place has a name… Reven. Inspired by Robert E. Howard’s Conan and Fritz Leiber’s Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser, the Master of Post-Apocalyptic Military Sci-Fi, William Alan Webb, brings us the next great sword and sorcery ... more
  • The Enchanted Swans

    by Christy Nicholas
    In pre-Celtic Ireland, Fionnuala was a fae princess, born to a life of luxury. She knew her duty and loved her family. She missed her mother, who died in childbirth when Fionnuala was but ten years old. Still, she had hopes and dreams of love and a full life. All her dreams were stolen from her, ripped away in a torrent of envy and magic. Now she must care for her three brothers while learning to live under an evil curse. Will she find a way to break the spell, or would they remain swans, ... more
  • La pequeña Vida de Lucas Helecho

    by Derek Ryan Jensen
  • The tiny Life of Lucas Fern

    by Derek Ryan Jensen
  • Paul Bunyan & Me in Yosemite

    by Derek Ryan Jensen
  • Fading Heart (The Stelladaur Series, Book 2)

    by S.L. Whyte
    It's coming down! We're going to die! When Reilly goes through the next portal, he arrives in Ireland in 1896, but the only things that comes with him is the Fireglass, the ruby, and the red flower he had given to Norah. Change comes form the most intimate part of one's soul... Just beyond the Embassy lies Black Castle. There the Deceptors hold their captives until the eleventh hour of Hallow's Eve, when every demon in that Hell takes possession of a body. ... more
  • Finding Tir Na Nog (The Stelladaur Series, Book 1)

    by S.L. Whyte
    Reilly, a teenager with extraordinary abilities, lives in an idyllic island town in the Pacific Northwest. After his sixteenth birthday, everything changes! Unforeseen events threaten his confidence, his peace--even his life--and he needs answers. His friend, Eilam, an old guru from another time and place guides him to find a magical heirloom--a Stelladaur. With this treasure, Reilly travels through invisible portals, and helps others discover their own hidden powers Meanwhile, Reilly beli... more
  • The Nightmare At Oak Valley

    by Alexander Petev
    Oak Valley is a small picturesque village nestled in the heart of the Balkan Mountains, during 19th Century Bulgaria, where nothing out of the ordinary ever happens to its inhabitants. That is until one day the bored and ever curious Lazar stumbles upon a dusty old book and accidentally awakens a cosmic horror, older than this world. Now facing a godlike monster who can summon hordes of twisted beasts, intent on killing anything they see, four ordinary villagers find the courage within themselv... more
  • Don't Go Mango Picking (Scary Island Series) (Volume 1)

    by D.H. Gibbs
    An ordinary day turns into an unexpected adventure. When Sandy and Deanna are lured into mango picking they discover that sometimes everything is not as it seems. With mischief and mayhem, the girls soon learn that there can be many dangers to breaking the rules. This story set in the olden days of the Caribbean will be sure to entertain any adventurous young reader.
  • Atom 2020

    by Brittany Weekley
    In 2020, Atom was the first robot created to work with humans. After the backlash of his presentation to the public, Atom was removed, Now, the year is 2030. Robots live and work amongst humans. After a teenage boy named Jax moves to Rise, Ohio with his family and attends a prestigious academy with a robotics program, secrets surrounding the robots start to unravel…
  • The Atlantis Twins

    by M.S. Kaminsky
    Seventeen-year-old Alysa Grey is certain her lost twin sister is still alive even though Hawaii Search and Rescue gave up years ago. Meanwhile, Alysa’s bizarre ability to heal herself seems more curse than blessing. When she meets Nate, a handsome surfer, he presents the opportunity for pre-summer escape. Alysa convinces her best friend to sneak away to Hina where Nate lives with a mysterious group called The Ocean Alliance. But Nate is not what he seems and Alysa ends up on a dangerous voya... more
  • The Dragon and the Double-Edged Sword

    by Allison Ivy
    Lysandra, mermaid princess of the sea, loves all things human. It’s why she can’t resist helping a dragon who claims to be one. Sixteenth-century Duke Virginio Ormani II is cursed to walk as a dragon in daylight, and he’s stumbled into the twenty-sixth century. Dragging her elven warrior boyfriend, Cyali, along for the ride, Lysandra and her friends will face conjurers, harpies, and overgrown rats on their journey across the western lands. And that’s the least of their worries... more

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