Why has ten-year-old Livy forgotten almost everything about her last visit to her grandmother’s house? And why is there a small green creature in a chicken suit hiding in the upstairs closet? Mysteries abound as Livy and the creature - Bob - try to discover where Bob came from, why Livy has forgotten him, and how to get him home.
Izzy loves fairy tales and longs for magic, until her little sister Hen is lured away by mysterious music - and vanishes! Izzy goes in pursuit and lands in the world of Faerie, which is stranger and more dangerous than she ever imagined. Can Izzy and her new Changeling friends rescue Hen from the evil queen Morvanna?
On his first day at a new school, Elliot discovers that his strange teacher Professor Fauna is part of a secret organization called the Unicorn Rescue Society, sworn to protect the world’s mythical creatures. Can Elliot and his new friend Uchenna help the Professor rescue a mysterious Jersey Devil from the evil billionaire Schmoke brothers?
If anybody has a reason to be frazzled, it’s Abbie Wu. She’s starting middle school, her family doesn’t get her, and how can she pick an elective if she doesn’t even have a “thing” that she’s good at? And worst of all, sixth graders are forbidden from eating any of the good food in the cafeteria! Hey, somebody should do something about that…
Mia Tang works the front desk at the motel that her parents manage. Recent immigrants from China, the Tangs are happy to have the job, but discouraged by the cruelty of Mr. Yao, the dishonest motel owner. Mia and her family face their difficulties with determination, creativity, and kindness, even as illegal immigrants begin to show up looking for help.
Evan is upset when he learns that his younger sister Jessie is skipping a grade and will be in his fourth-grade class in the fall. Now he is even more determined to beat her in the Lemonade War, a competition to see which sibling can earn more money by the end of summer. Beat the summer heat with this refreshing read!
The rainforest of Caldera has always been strictly divided between the animals that walk by day and the ones that walk by night, but panther cub Mez discovers that because she was born under an eclipse, she has the power to move by both day and night. Could that power be the key to saving the forest from the evil Ant Queen?
Blue has a pretty good life as a newsboy, selling papers and living with a misfit family of orphans. Except, Blue’s not really a boy, and if anyone finds out, she’s in big trouble! Meanwhile, her city is at war, her new friends are keeping dangerous secrets, and a powerful weapon is missing. If you like Amulet, try this adventurous graphic novel!
Fourth-grader Zayd is determined to be a basketball star, despite being the shortest kid in class and having a family that thinks playing the violin is more important than sports. But when he skips orchestra rehearsals for basketball practice, his tryouts for the Gold Team may be in jeopardy. Can Zayd convince his parents to let him follow his passion?
Student council president Gabi is determined to prove that Salvador Vidón is the one who put a chicken in her friend’s locker. But what her investigation uncovers is much weirder: Sal actually has the power to open portals into other universes! Which is cool, but also something that you probably can’t do without creating a little trouble.. or possibly a lot.
After finishing his first year at the CIA Academy of Espionage, 12-year-old Ben Ripley is off to summer camp. But the life of a spy-in-training is never easy, and Ben soon finds himself mixed up in a wacky adventure, on the run from assassins and evil organizations with talented (and pretty!) fellow spy-in-training Erica.
Girls are witches, and boys are shapeshifters - that’s just the way it is! But Aster is drawn to spells, not shifting, and with the support of a non-magic girl named Charlie he practices witchery in hiding. When a crisis threatens their community, Aster knows he can help, but it would mean revealing his secret.