Hey, Kiddo, by Jarret J. Krosoczka, is a graphic memoir about Krosoczka’s life. The memoir is subtitled How I Lost My Mother, Found My Father, and Dealt with Family Addiction, which sums up the book pretty nicely.
Scarlet is used to hanging out with her foster brother and ditching her therapy sessions. She is in for a surprise when she travels through a magical door and ends up in Avalon, home of the Fayes, where answers about her parents and who she really is are waiting.
Head to the island of Bellona to worship the Sun, make some Offerings, and learn more about why the Night might actually be the right choice.
Travel to space with Emi and experience a new science fiction story through an app on your smartphone.
In this sequel to Ash Princess, Laura Sebastian takes the reader on an exciting and fast-paced journey through new kingdoms and new magic as Theo works to regain her kingdom.
Twilight of the Elves, by Zack Loran Clark and Nick Eliopulos, picks up where Book 1 left off with a thrilling, high-stakes adventure to save the home of the elves.
Game of the Gods, an adult science fiction novel by Jay Schiffman, is about a future dystopian world in which several political factions are constantly fighting. Max Cone, a judge for the Federacy, finds himself in the middle of this global war.
If you could make all the rules at your school, what would you do? Check out our review of Derek Taylor Kent’s new book, Principal Mikey, and then enter for your chance to win a copy!
A new superhero duo has emerged to save the city from Variants, genetically mutated super-humans. Will Cale and Parker be able to keep their city safe, not only from these super-humans, but also from those who would see the city fall from within? Find out how it all begins with our review and giveaway of “The Patriot Guard”!
We get our hands on graphic novel versions of familiar tales in this new review of “Dark Tales” by Canterbury Classics, including “Beauty and the Beast”, “The Snow Queen”, and “The Hound of the Baskervilles”.