All Anya wants to do is sit in her library and read books about sorcery. Unfortunately, her wicked step-step-father Duke Reginald has turned her older sister’s true love, Denholm, into a frog, and Anya has sworn to change him back (even if only to get Morven to stop screaming). But before she’s able to complete her task, the royal dogs have sent Anya away on a Quest.
In “Harry Potter and the Art of Spying: Young Agent Edition”, authors Lynn Boughey and Peter Earnest introduce younger “Potter” readers to the tactics Harry and his friends use to gain information about Voldemort and his Death Eaters so that they can finally defeat the Dark Lord.
“The Crystal Ribbon” chronicles the life of 11-year-old Jing after her aunt sells her in marriage to a cruel family. Jing’s husband is only three years old, and Jing is expected to be both his nursemaid and the family’s servant.
“Fantastic Secrets Behind Fantastic Beasts” is a must-read for anybody interested in uncovering the mysteries of J.K. Rowling’s five-part movie series before the final story hits the screen. S.P. Sipal is deliciously thorough, leaving no stone unturned in her search for Rowling’s famous clues.
A war orphan, Blue disguises herself as a newspaper delivery boy to survive. Three years later, she’s one of the best newsies around, and her secret is still safe. But when Blue becomes apprenticed to an eccentric inventor, Jack, and befriends a mysterious boy named Crow, everything changed.
Tina and her mother fled the Congo when Tina was only five, ending up as refugees in Kenya’s Sangui City. But that’s just where Tina’s troubles began – after thinking they had found safety working for the wealthy Greyhill family, Tina’s mother ends up murdered.
Ilse Stern is a normal 15-year-old girl: she fights with her mother, daydreams about Hermann Rød, the boy next door, and can’t wait for the chance to travel the world. Yet as a Jewish girl in Norway in 1942, any semblance of normality will soon vanish.
“Wing Jones” is a story about finding your passion through pain and perseverance, falling in love, and understanding your family from an exceptional new voice in YA. Katherine Webber is an avid book champion, event chair, and lover of all things YA, so her debut was sure to be special. However, all of my expectations grew wings and took flight due to the joy, emotion, and brilliance of this amazing book.
When Shawn Hagan is invited by his film school professor to attend a secret meeting, he begins an adventure he never dreamed of.
The final installment of the “Tearling” trilogy has arrived, and author Erika Johansen has a tall order for rounding off Kelsea’s saga: What will happen to the Red Queen? What truths will be revealed about the past in Kelsea’s visions? What will happen to Father Tyler? Can the Tearling be saved?