A Night Game

A creepy book for kids (The Game Books)
By Allie Compeau

A Night Game is a fantasy novel for children and preteens written by Allie Compeau. Hugh and Owen figured that it had to be their little sister, Immy, who had left a messy pile of toys and blocks in their middle of their bedroom. The...

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The Kingdom of What Is

By Karl Petersen

Thirteen-year-old Kate struggles to adjust after her parents split up and her father leaves. One day, she leaves school early and goes to the park across from her home. Here, she receives a strange gift from a crow with a single white feather. Kate pursues...

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The Lost and Drowned

By Stuart Fryd

It seems strange to call a book about poor orphans and dark magic charming, but that is the first word I thought of when I read The Lost and Drowned by Stuart Fryd. The central characters of the novella are two sisters, Lydia and Sophie....

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Benice

An Adventure of Love and Friendship
By Metin Karayaka

The wonderful anticipation for any reader of young adult fiction, but an equally difficult challenge for its author, is the always exciting and expectant notion of One … Great … Story. The implication being: The writer had better be a good storyteller. In just such...

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Ducky's Real Life Adventures

By Robbin Joanna Scott

Ducky’s Real Life Adventures by Robbin Joanna Scott is an enlightening story that shows how some mothers may reject their young when they disobey them, even if it is accidental. Ducky is informed of this by his mother and tries his best to keep up...

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The Halloween Parade

Monstacademy
By Matt Beighton

The Halloween Parade (Monstacademy) by Matt Beighton is an awesome book about a young girl named Trixie Grimble. When her school shuts down, Trixie is sent to Monroe's Academy for the different, known as Monstacademy, which is a school for monsters. Except Trixie Grimble is...

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Pizza for Breakfast

By Phillip Cortez

Pizza for Breakfast by Phillip D. Cortez is a colorful children's book that offers the suggestion of making pizza into breakfast food. If you can have pancakes for dinner and Tacos on a Tuesday, then why can't we have pizza for breakfast? He makes a...

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The Short Straw

By Irene Mathias

The Short Straw by Irene Mathias is a fun children’s illustrated story about a boy who, upon picking the shortest straw, is forced to go inside the local Haunted House, make it up to the right bedroom window and wave his flashlight to all who...

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Finding Atlantis

By J.M. Dover

Finding Atlantis is a work of children’s fantasy and science fiction by author J.M. Dover. In this adventurous and exciting tale, our hero is young Adam Danburg. Taken from an ordinary life on Earth, Adam travels across the space-time continuum to discover that the fabled...

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Skilled In Magic

Five Go Into The Dark Worlds
By Gemma Kirkman

Skilled in Magic: Five Go Into The Dark Worlds by Gemma Kirkman is the first book in the Skilled in Magic series. After losing their parents, the Dellik siblings have only relied on each other. The siblings share a strong bond and a powerful...

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