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.
Jilly can’t wait to be a big sister, and she doesn’t understand her parents’ reactions when they learn her new baby sister, Emma, was born deaf.
In this sequel to 2017’s The Witch Boy, author Molly Knox Ostertag returns to the magical world of the Vanissen family. While Aster’s family now allows him to openly learn witchcraft, fully accepting his identity is another matter.
On a day when Arthur Penhaligon is just struggling to make it through gym class without suffering an asthma attack, he discovers he’s the inheritor of great magical power – power that he’ll need to save both his world and others he never knew existed.
Readers may have come to the “Cormoran Strike” novels looking for good mystery stories, but many of them stayed for the romantic tension between the series’ eponymous detective and Robin Ellacott, his assistant-turned-partner.
Rose Tico: Resistance Fighter and Bomber Command provide readers with an inside look into the minds of Rose and Paige Tico, two sisters who are introduced in the second installment of the Star Wars sequel trilogy.
When New York’s Colored Orphan Asylum is destroyed in the Draft Riots of 1863, Magdalys Roca and her friends simultaneously lose their home and become targets of a nefarious slave-trading network that kidnaps free black people from the North and sells them into slavery in the South.
Callum returns for a fifth year at the Magisterium after being cleared of being the Enemy of Death. His reception by his fellow classmates is less than enthusiastic, and it doesn’t help that Callum now has Aaron’s soul rattling around in his head, too.
In all the excitement about Crimes of Grindelwald, the fact that a new book written by Jo Rowling is less than two weeks old seems to almost have been overlooked. But the hefty Lethal White does not deserve to be overlooked; it’s the most elegant thing Jo has written in about a decade.
The Illustrated Herbiary by Maia Toll is such a unique compilation of beautiful botanical descriptions, personal reflections, and stunning illustrations. This book doesn’t tell a story in the traditional sense, but it tells a story about the world around you, the beauty of nature, and how you can find that same beauty inside yourself.