Newbery Honor winner and New York Times bestselling author Rita Williams-Garcia tells the story of the Gaither sisters, who are about to learn what it’s like to be fish out of water as they travel from the streets of Brooklyn to the rural South for the summer of a lifetime.
Newbery Honor author of Ella Enchanted Gail Carson Levine weaves a thrilling tale of mystery in this companion to A Tale of Two Castles.
Perfect for fans of the Warriors, Survivors, and Guardians of Ga’Hoole series, this sequel to The Guardian Herd: Starfire will have readers turning the pages to follow Star’s epic tale.
Open this book…if you dare to face what awaits you inside!
D. D. Everest’s magical middle grade debut welcomes you to the world of the Flame Keepers—where books are enchanted, words carry tremendous power, and characters literally leap off the page.
From bestselling and award-winning author Jane Yolen, this new middle-grade fiction reminds us that heroes come in all sizes.
In this second installment of the Jinx trilogy, Sage Blackwood’s daring hero is called upon to save the Urwald. The more he learns, however, the clearer it becomes that this quest will require more than the magic of a solitary wizard’s apprentice, and soon he’ll have to call upon all of the Urwald—witches, werewolves, wizards, and trees—for help.
Children will hang onto every word as Rasmus and his unlikely friend discover hidden treasure, dodge a shady pair of villains, and rescue a lady in distress. Here’s a gripping plot interweaving cops and robbers, a deserted village, a desperate chase, and a surprising, thoroughly satisfying ending.
Seven fast-paced adventures to seven new places and times reveal the history behind the mystery of The New York Times bestselling series Seven Wonders.
The Luck Uglies is the first in a tween fantasy-adventure trilogy brimming with legends come to life, a charming wit, and a fantastic cast of characters—and is imbued throughout with the magic of storytelling.
Today is the last day of historical author Jill Stengl’s launch blog tour for her newest release, “Until that Distant Day”. Please stop by and see a short version of a Coming Soon from the Pen post where she answers my question, “What was the first book you really remember reading that stuck with you and gave you a love for books?”
You might also find a treat for yourself… *wink*
The fifth book in the fast-paced and imaginative series about four adventurous friends and the secret world hidden in their local zoo. A captivating series for tween readers.
Alex Knight struggles to find a place between superheroes and supervillains in this explosive sequel to The Cloak Society, which School Library Journal praised as having “the same wide appeal as Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson books.”
Author Diane Zahler transforms a classic fairy tale into a dazzling new story about Sleeping Beauty’s daughters, Princesses Aurora and Luna, and the perilous quest they undertake when Aurora falls prey to a terrible curse.
From Newbery Medal winner Sharon Creech comes a grand story that is a celebration of the great and unexpected gifts of friendship and forgiveness, and weaves together two worlds, one in Blackbird Tree, USA, and the other far across the ocean in Ireland. Kirkus Reviews, in a starred review, called it “an enchanting tale to treasure in which ordinary folk find fairies’ gold, run across crooked bridges, and mend their broken hearts.”
When John and Marta found the boy on the porch, they were curious, naturally, as to why he was there-and they didn’t expect him to stay, not at first, but he did stay, day after day, until it seemed as if he belonged, running and smiling and laughing his silent laugh, tapping and patting on every surface as he made his music, and painting-with water, with paint, with mud-those swirly swirls and swings and trees.
Pirates! Magic! Treasure! The Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates: Magic Marks the Spot-a rollicking tween adventure on the High Seas from debut novelist Caroline Carlson.