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The Beautiful Lady: Our Lady of Guadalupe

by Pat Mora, Steve Johnson & Lou Fancher

Every December, Grandma Lupita tells Rose the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe. As they make paper flowers to put around her statue, Grandma begins: Long ago, on a cold December morning near what is now Mexico...


Selkie Girl

by Laurie Brooks

ELIN JEAN HAS always known she was different from the others on their remote island home. She is a gentle soul, and can’t stand the annual tradition of killing seal babies to thin the population. Even Tam...


The Stargirl Collection

by Jerry Spinelli

This ebook collection contains the complete text of Stargirl, Jerry Spinelli's modern classic for young readers, and its acclaimed follow-up, Love, Stargirl.


The Wrong Number

by R.L. Stine

It begins as an innocent prank: Deena Martinson and her best friend, Jade Smith, make sexy phone calls to the boys from school. But Deena’s half-brother, Chuck, catches them in the act and threatens to tell...


Nest of Serpents

Wereworld #4

by Curtis Jobling

With friends turning into enemies, can Drew find his way out of this war alive?

The entire kingdom of Lyssia is now at war, and the battle lines have been drawn. While Drew and his ragtag army defend the throne...


The Friday Society

by Adrienne Kress

An action-packed tale of gowns, guys, guns–and the heroines who use them all

Set in turn of the century London, The Friday Society follows the stories of three very intelligent and talented young women, all...


The Phoenix and the Carpet

by E. Nesbit, H. R. Millar & Bruce Coville

E. Nesbit’s rip-roaring sequel to Five Children and It follows the wondrous adventures of Robert, Jane, Cyril, Anthea, and The Lamb as they discover a clever phoenix and a magic carpet that can take them anywhere...


Tales

by Hans Christian Andersen

Illustrazioni di Ilaria Mattia. La giovane mano di Ilaria Mattia rappresenta alcune delle più famose fiabe di Andersen mostrando con immagini fresche e variopinte le magiche finzioni di storie ancora oggi tra...


Touch of Death

by Kelly Hashway

Jodi Marshall isn't sure how she went from normal teenager to walking disaster. One minute she's in her junior year of high school, spending time with her amazing boyfriend and her best friend. The next she's...


The Littlest Emperor

by David Seow & Olga Marie Polunin

"A long time ago, the Littlest Emperor ruled the largest empire in the world." So begins this story about a little boy with big responsibilities, an even bigger heart, and his search for something he's never...


Fresh for '01 . . . You Suckas: The Boondocks

by Aaron McGruder

The Boondocks is a rich, multilayered comic strip that offers a frank yet often funny look at race in America. It starts with a simple premise: Two young boys, Riley and Huey, move from innercity Chicago to...


The If Odyssey: A Philosophical Journey Through Greek Myth and Storytelling for 8 - 16-Year-Olds

by Peter Worley

The If Odyssey draws out the philosophy that lies behind each story in Homer's

epic tale to introduce children not only to the exciting fables of Odysseus,

but also to that other great Ancient Greek tradition,...


The Blending Time

by Michael Kinch

In the year 2069, turning seventeen means mandatory Global Alliance work assignments that range from backbreaking drudgery to deadly canal labor. Trying to survive in a world that's been ravaged by plagues and...


Northward to the Moon

by Polly Horvath

In this beautiful follow-up to the highly acclaimed My One Hundred Adventures, Jane and her family have moved to Canada . . . but not for long. When her stepfather, Ned, is fired from his job as a high school...


Fire Dreams

by Mallory Loehr

Fire Travel Directions, Part 1: With first light use copper, at daylight use gold, at moonlight use silver. This is the message the fire delivers to Sam, Polly, and Joe. But what exactly is fire travel, and...


Andrew Lost #2: In the Bathroom

by J.C. Greenburg & Debbie Palen

When Andrew and Judy’s neighbor gives her dog a bath, microscopic Andrew and Judy find themselves washed off the dog and lost in the bathroom! They’ll have to use their wits–and Thudd’s storehouse of...


The Secret of the Painted House

by Marion Dane Bauer & Leonid Gore

When Emily finds a locked playhouse in the woods, she can't resist peeking through the windows. Inside, the walls are painted to look just like the surrounding woods, right down to an identical white playhouse...


Samantha Granger Experiment: FUSED

Amelia O'Donohue Is So Not a Virgin

by Helen FitzGerald

I Never Tell Other People's Secrets...


Gawain and Lady Green

Merlin's Harp #2

by Anne Crompton

"You love me, Lady Green. Even as I love you."

Gwyneth wasn't supposed to fall in love with Gawain. Not like this. Gawain was the May King-a sacrifice offered to the Goddess for a bountiful harvest in return....