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Ages 9-12

  • Super Witch

    Super Witch

    A terrible witch? Well, FINE. She'll be a SUPERHERO instead!

    Lydia McLauren was going to be a great witch. She was going to cast spells, brew potions, and soar on a broomstick. But her teacher says she has no brains, no talent, and no hope. Well, FINE. If Lydia can’t be a proper witch like the other kids she’ll be a SUPERHERO instead! If only her magic would show up.
  • Magical Eyes: Dawn of the Sand

    Magical Eyes: Dawn of the Sand

    A book that kids will adore... and adults will devour...

    A fantasy coming of age adventure with a female protagonist.
  • The Seasons of a Giant

    The Seasons of a Giant

    Vanishing cows, a shape-shifting Giant, and a botched pursuit forces Izzy into joining her enemy to banish a tribe of frosty fiends and save her people from a surprise attack.

    Isabel Margaret LaDuke has never killed anything scarier than a spider, but now her botched pursuit has suddenly thrust her into a fight with an honest-to-goodness cattle-stealing monster. Izzy is just trying to find out who was stealing her family’s cattle. She has no magic powers or special skills, and she’s a rotten shot with a bow and arrow, but she’s braver than anyone, and that, in her opinion, makes her the best girl for the job. When Izzy finally finds her monster, she is transported from her family’s farm to the home of the Behemorphs, shape-shifting Giants who live in the SkyWorld above the clouds. To find her way home, she will have to team up with the very monster (he calls himself Boone) she has been hunting. As the two confront terrible creatures and deadly enemies, Izzy will learn a lot about Boone—and she’ll discover her own incredible potential.
  • The Dragon Orb

    The Dragon Orb

    The fate of a kingdom rests on the shoulders of three young wizards who couldn't be more different.

    The fate of a kingdom rests on the shoulders of three young wizards who couldn't be more different. Bakari is a brilliant scholar wizard who's more at home in a library than a battlefield. Alli is a beautiful young battle wizard whose grace in battle is both enchanting and deadly. Roland is a counselor wizard with a seemingly limitless depth of untapped power -- and the ego to match it. As the magical barrier protecting the kingdom of Alaris from dangerous outsiders begins to fail, and a fomenting rebellion threatens to divide the country in a civil war, the three wizards are thrust into the middle of a power struggle. When the barrier comes down, the truth comes out. Was everything they were taught about their kingdom based on a lie? Will they all choose to fight on the same side, or end up enemies in the battle over who should rule Alaris?
  • Supernatural Hero

    Supernatural Hero

    superhero ,bullying ,ghost,nerd ,action ,violence,

    Best Indie Book Awards 2015 - Winner Beverly Hills Book Awards 2014 - Winner Reader's Favorite Book Awards 2014 - Silver Medal IPPY Book Awards 2014 - Bronze Medal Purple Dragonfly Book Awards 2014 - Honorable Mention Indie Excellence Book Awards 2014 - Finalist London Book Festival 2013 - Honorable Mention
  • Supernatural Hero

    Supernatural Hero

    Don't try to be someone else, be yourself!

    Reading this book will make you see that being yourself is the only way for success, all you need is to believe.
  • Wonder [Kindle Edition]

    Wonder [Kindle Edition]

    I won't describe what I look like. Whatever you're thinking, it's probably worse.

    August Pullman was born with a facial difference that, up until now, has prevented him from going to a mainstream school. Starting 5th grade at Beecher Prep, he wants nothing more than to be treated as an ordinary kid—but his new classmates can’t get past Auggie’s extraordinary face. WONDER, now a #1 New York Times bestseller and included on the Texas Bluebonnet Award master list, begins from Auggie’s point of view, but soon switches to include his classmates, his sister, her boyfriend, and others. These perspectives converge in a portrait of one community’s struggle with empathy, compassion, and acceptance.