In Rockport Publishers’ Classics Reimagined edition of The Time Machine, artists Ale + Ale enhance the text with new life through their surreal steampunk illustrations.
When Claire Rawlings suffers an allergic reaction and passes out, her children are kidnapped right under her nose. And then it gets worse.
Young Joey Kopecky is off for an unexpected adventure after receiving perfect scores on traditional standardized tests given by his public school. Soon afterward, he’s transported to a parallel realm where he learns that not only is magic real, it’s in danger of being controlled by a group of evil magicians who want it all to themselves.
Clo and El Yetti are your average pair of twin sisters… if being slightly homicidal and the last survivors of an AI apocalypse counts as “average.”
Have you ever thought about normal people who live in cities protected by superheroes? How do you survive superhero showdowns? Author Taylor Simonds explores the life of an average teenage girl just trying to avoid being crushed to death by the latest fight between good and evil in Collateral Damage.
To prove her worthiness as the next Sea Queen, Lira must take the heart of a human prince. Her reputation as the Prince’s Bane will do her no good on this quest, as a curse turns Lira into a pesky human, and she must find a way to steal her prince’s heart without her Siren’s song.
In The Raven’s Tale, Cat Winters writes a heady study of Edgar Allen Poe that is thoughtful, entertaining, and inspiring.
With beautiful, full-color illustrations, this Inspired Traveller’s Guide takes you on a journey of famous places across the globe that inspired great works of fiction.
Having just turned 18, Rasmira is ready to pass her trial and prove her worthiness as her father’s chosen heir and the next leader of their village. But something goes wrong during the trial, and the only hope for Rasmira is to do the impossible – can she kill a god and earn her way back from the wild?
Tosh Livingston has just arrived as a freshman at Harvard University. He hopes more than anything that college will be a chance for a fresh start. But as one of the only black students among a crowd of hyper-privileged Harvard legacies, Tosh soon realizes his fresh start may be harder to achieve than he thought.