Ever since Cass almost drowned on her last birthday, she’s developed a strange connection with the land of the dead, capable of crossing to the other side of the “Veil” and encountering the ghosts trapped there.
In Give Me Some Truth, author Eric Gansworth returns to the Tuscarora Indian reservation to follow Carson Mastick, a high school senior and committed lead singer of his rock band, and Maggi Bokoni, a talented artist straining against tradition.
Mischa Abramavicius did everything she was supposed to in order to be accepted to the “right” colleges – which is why finding out she was rejected from every school she applied to is particularly devastating. Her mind won’t rest until she knows if her rejections are because she did something wrong or because her applications were sabotaged.
As you may remember, July marked the release of the new MinaLima-illustrated edition of The Secret Garden. But what you may not have seen is the interior of this gorgeous new book, which features not only illustrations but also interactive elements.
Maisie Cothay was born with the power of death – everything she touches dies instantly. As Maisie grows into womanhood, she learns that she is only the latest in a line of women deemed unfit for society, and when her father disappears, she’s forced to come face to face with both her family legacy and her own power.
Rickety Stitch, the bard skeleton, and his trusty friend Goo are seeking the ancient city of Epoli, where they hope to discover the secret of Rickety’s past.
Oona, An Tzu, and Jax Amboy are determined to light the remaining four beacons and save the Five Worlds, even though the forces of the Cobalt Prince are hot on their trail. Along the way, they’ll learn to question everything they believe is true about good and evil.
Seventh grade isn’t off to a great start for Dany – she’s starting middle school, and none of her friends are in her classes. But when Dany discovers that a sketchbook she inherits from Great-Aunt Elma brings anything she draws to life, things take a turn for the interesting.
Avery discovers a love for poetry – Emily Dickinson, Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, and others – right before the end of the school year. As it turns out, he’s going to need it to navigate the next several months of pain, grief, and first love.
When Claire decides to ask a question at a panel featuring the actors and showrunner from her favorite cult television show, Demon Heart – a question that the entire fandom is dying to know – she doesn’t expect to be called a “crazy” fan and to leave the panel room in tears.