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He played the game well on his brother's laptop. He defeated his enemies with his acts of defiance and bravery. Narrigh is now a reality. It is a world governed by magic, filled with hostile races, [ A song of power returns. Can one man's quest save the world? Voran, a young warrior of Vasyllia, lives in a dying world. As blight ravages the countryside and darkness covers the sun, he can't avoid hearing the rumors of an ancient spirit that devours souls. He feels powerless to fight the oncoming devastation until a mythical creature entrusts him with a [ Recommended for fans of epic fantasy adventures!
A savage game erupts from the shadows of the Five Kingdoms. Powerful beings long thought to be myths make their presence felt in devastating ways. A whisper, and a king goes mad. A subtle nudge, and an empire topples. A hidden war rages and the realm teeters [ Book: The Light Beyond the Storm Chronicles - Book 1 by Alexandra Butcher A beautiful young elven sorceress flees for her life in a dark world where magic is forbidden and elves are enslaved.
A world in which her very existence is illegal. Watching her are the Order of Witch-Hunters; the corrupt organisation that rule Erana by fear and ignorance. An iron fist which itself is watched. As the slavers roll across the lands stealing elves from what remains of their [ When he finally achieves this honor he finds himself protecting something far greater than he could ever have imagined: the Veil separating two worlds.
Magic in the Realm has been obliterated, but on the other side of the Veil it is still practiced freely. After Kae becomes a Protector he discovers his own ability to use [ Full trilogy is now available. Readers will find it impossible not to care what happens next Book: Homeward - The Sapphire by Barb Hendee After fleeing from the small port town of Miiska -- and the threat of a vampire hunter's blade Ratboy finds himself alone in the king's city of Bela, having left his two companions, Rashed and Teesha behind. Lost and lonely at first, he soon realizes that he has a chance to reinvent himself, to take on a new name and a new identity.
Book: The Dragon Documentaries by J. Camacho Dragons are one of the truths about him. What are the rest? Elmo Scrubb wanted perspective on his life. That's why he traveled into the wilderness. But he didn't expect to find dragons out there. Now, a reporter, armed with Elmo's wilderness tapes and with access to Elmo's closest family, will stop at nothing to discover what really happened in the wild - and whether Elmo found the perspective [ Ferrasium, Book 1, The Windflowers Trilogy.
Murder, mystery, and magic in a land reminiscent of Ancient Egypt. For centuries, guided by the Destiny's Oracle, the Bera-Bera tribes have guarded the secret of the windflowers.
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The High Priest Seraphis covets Pharaoh's throne and his minions scour the [ Fleeing his master's keep in Stravina, he takes with him Teesha, Ratboy, and his brother, Parko. At first, all four relish freedom in their separate ways, but they soon learn that freedom has its dangers for their kind. Without a master, Parko quickly loses himself to the Feral Path, that seductive [ For Luke Callindor, it's more of a blind stumble. From battling a demonic assassin to facing the family he left behind, this warrior's adventuring career has been one awkward mistake after another.
Most days the only things that keep him [ In a tiny rural town, being an orphaned and perpetually single amateur photographer crippled by panic disorder is pretty much guaranteed to make you stick out like a sore thumb. But Beth doesn't understand just how different she really is. One day, strange things start cropping up in her photos. Things that don't look human. Impossible things. Beth [ Ruegger and Danielle are the Marshals, two vampires notorious throughout the supernatural community for only feeding on bad guys -- including other immortals.
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Young Sabine, one of the Human slaves, must overcome centuries of lies and prejudice to forge an alliance [ Preferably, cold dead hands. The mighty green dragon, Morphindinaetlus, has not been seen in at least two centuries. Suddenly, he shows up, hot on Darian's trail. He is the young Mage's enemy who wants nothing more than to [ Kamin is an exotic world of unusual creatures and mystic spirits, where people battle monsters when they don't fight among themselves.
In this violent world, Urith of Esterblud carries a fearsome and honorable reputation with him. Known as the Clovel Destroyer, he is part of a warrior culture which dominates the human realm.
Sailing [ Jeffrey A queen in peril. An outsider priest. A young girl who dreams of adventure. An ancient prophecy has reappeared, one that promises the people deliverance from the rot of corruption that permeates the land. Higgins, another adventure for grumpy bear Bruce; and Serafina and the Seven Stars by Robert Beatty, in which Serafina returns to confront deceptively dark and terrifying forces. Geiger, about grief, love, music, and the threat of a legendary tsunami; The Devouring Gray by Christine Lynn Herman, a debut novel following a group of teens who have dark secrets and the power to save their town from a monster; Where I End and You Begin by Preston Norton, in which sworn enemies suddenly find themselves deeply intertwined; Antoinette, Stepsister, Queen by E.
Duopress hangs a shelftalker with Bookstore Baby by Puck, illus. Caldwell and Theodore Hiebert, illus. Groundwood marks the calendar for Weekend Dad by Naseem Hrab, illus.
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HarperFestival revs its engine for I Go! Jekyll and Mr. Hyde as a contemporary middle-schooler tries to make herself perfect using science, and the experiment goes wrong; and Baby Botanist by Laura Gehl, the launch of the Baby Scientists board book series, introducing scientific concepts and careers. Greenwillow hits the court with I Got Next by Daria Peoples-Riley, in which a young basketball player prepares for a game while his shadow encourages him to leave everything on the court; Sweeping Up the Heart by Kevin Henkes, which finds year-old Amelia meeting a new friend who changes her life forever; Power Up by Seth Fishman, illus.
Katherine Tegen Books sets the GPS for Eventown by Corey Ann Haydu, introducing a girl who moves to an idyllic new town with her family and discovers that there may be a price to pay for perfection; The Greystone Secrets 1: The Strangers by Margaret Peterson Haddix, launching a series in which three siblings follow a labyrinth of codes and secret passageways to find the truth about themselves after they learn that three other children with their same names and birthdates have been kidnapped; The Tiger at Midnight by Swati Teerdhala, kicking off a fantasy trilogy set in a South Indian world; Heroine by Mindy McGinnis, following the careening path into addiction of an injured, college-bound softball star; and The Opposite of Always by Justin A.
Reynolds, relating the story of Jack, who is sent back—over and over again—to the moment he first met Kate, who died nine months after they first fell in love. Margaret Ferguson Books turns in a permission slip for Field Trip to the Moon by John Hare, a wordless picture book about a girl who gets left behind on a class voyage to the moon; A Quieter Story by Liza Woodruff, featuring a creative girl and her ingeniously inventive kitten; The Undoing of Thistle Tate by Katelyn Detweiler, the tale of famous teen author Thistle Tate who struggles to keep her biggest secret: the identity of the person who wrote her bestselling books; Nixie Ness Cooking Star by Claudia Mills, the debut title of a chapter book series set in an after-school program; and The Space Between Before and After by Sue Stauffacher, in which a boy must navigate his grief when his mother suddenly disappears.
Stead, illus. Stead, about a shy cello player who learns to share her music with the moon; Nine Months by Miranda Paul, illus. Versify launches with The Undefeated by Kwame Alexander, illus. Inkyard Press meets up for Nexus by Lindsay Cummings and Sasha Alsberg, the sequel to Zenith , following a crew of girl pirates trying to save a faraway galaxy; The Evil Queen by Gena Showalter, first in a romantic, action-packed trilogy that recasts fairy tales with take-charge heroines; Brief Chronicle of Another Stupid Heartbreak by Adi Alsaid, about a brokenhearted online magazine writer who decides to capture the last months that a couple spends together before their planned break-up at the end of the summer; The Voice in My Head by Dana L.
Davis, featuring a teen girl whose terminally ill twin sister decides to pursue medically assisted euthanasia; and Beneath the Skin by Jennifer L. Armentrout, a contemporary fantasy that builds from the world of the Dark Elements series. Kane Press ushers in spring with Save the Cake! Carolrhoda gets crafty with Be a Maker by Katey Howes, illus. James, about African-American cowboy Fletcher, and the title he earned when a white man unfairly walked away with a championship; Seventh Grade vs.
Darby Creek offers second chances with the Do-Over series, about teens mysteriously getting the opportunity to change a decision they regret, which includes The Accident by Glasko Klein and The Cheat by Sarah Richman; Escape! Graham, leading off the Reality Show series, featuring kids competing in reality shows; and Off Road by Raelynn Drake, new to the extreme-sports-themed To the Limit series.
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McGinty, illus. Kear, a multi-platform brand designed to show girls how to convert their ideas into businesses; Symptoms of a Heartbreak by Sona Charaipotra, starring Saira, the youngest M. Ramos Jr. Odd Dot logs on for Code This Game! Tor Teen views a solid spring line-up with Spectacle by Jodie Lynn Zdrok, the story of a year-old daily morgue columnist in Paris who has visions of a serial killer and his victims; The Deceivers by Kristen Simmons, in which Brynn learns that she was recruited to her elite school because of her skill at conning rich kids out of their money; Never-Contented Things by Sarah Porter, a YA novel about dark faeries; and Each of Us a Desert by Mark Oshiro, about two Latin-American siblings who brave enemies and the dangers of a desert-crossing to reach a land of promise.
Wednesday says a prayer for Wicked Saints by Emily Duncan, the first installment of the Something Dark and Holy trilogy, featuring a gothic fantasy world setting and a heroine inspired by Joan of Arc. Owlkids claims top bunk with Camp Average by Craig Battle, first in a middle grade series about a group of kids that fight back against a hyper-competitive, sports-focused summer camp director by losing at every game they play; My Cat Looks Like My Dad by Thao Lam, which uses comparisons to show that family really is what you make of it; Killer Style: How Fashion Has Injured, Maimed, and Murdered Through History by Alison Matthews-David and Serah-Marie McMahon, providing historical anecdotes and chilling stories of how the fashion industry has harmed over the years; and Love You Head to Toe by Ashley Barron, in which human babies are compared to a variety of newborn animals.
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Peachtree Petite has seasons in the sun with Spring Babies and Summer Babies , which round out the quartet of concept board books in the Babies in the Park series by Kathryn O. Galbraith, illus. Morris, which tells the story through comics-style illustrations of how a girl learns to appreciate her lovably lazy cat; Life Sucks by Michael I. Bennett and Sarah Bennett, providing advice to teens and tweens about how to deal with the inevitable unfairness of life; What Was Stonewall? Dial lets its fingers do the talking with High Five by Adam Rubin, illus. Cherry, illus.
Dutton puts its work gloves on for Dig by A. Razorbill predicts the future with Tarot by Marissa Kennerson, kicking off a fantasy series that reimagines the tarot as an invention of the year-old daughter of a tyrannical king; We Walked the Sky by Lisa Fiedler, the intergenerational story of two teenagers—Victoria, who joins the circus in , and her granddaughter, Callie, who leaves the circus 50 years later; When the Sky Fell on Splendor by Emily Henry, following a group of teens who find themselves dealing with unexpected powers after a cosmic event in their hometown; Song of the Dead by Sarah Glenn Marsh, sequel to Reign of the Fallen and featuring the exploits of a necromancer; and The Haunted by Danielle Vega, in which two teenage ghost hunters discover the grisly truth about a haunted house and the ghosts seeking revenge there.
Viking makes itself heard with Shout by Laurie Halse Anderson, a memoir and call to action against sexual violence, written in verse; Carl and the Meaning of Life by Deborah Freedman, starring an earthworm who discovers that the actions of the smallest creatures can impact us all; The Waning Age by S. Grove, set in a parallel present world where all emotions vanish with adolescence; The Happy Book by Andy Rash, about a camper and a clam whose friendship takes them on an emotional roller coaster; and President of Poplar Lane by Margaret Mincks, sequel to Payback on Poplar Lane , which finds two seventh graders facing off in class elections.
Warne sashays into spring with tie-ins, in various formats, to the following properties: Flower Fairies , Peter Rabbit , and Spot. Peter Pauper sharpens its pencils for The Sketchbook by Julia Seal, about a young artist who keeps her drawings hidden in a sketchbook until she realizes the joy her work brings to others; Little Things by Nick Dyer, illus.
Titanic by Bill Doyle, illus. Holm, illus. Delacorte opens up the mic for Hope and Other Punchlines by Julie Buxbaum, posing questions about identity and the extent to which we can control our own narratives; Field Notes on Love by Jennifer E. Cougarpants by Tammi Sauer, illus. Rosen, illus. I Wrote a Book! And you can too! James, in which a full house and a vacant house admire in each other the qualities they lack within themselves. Sutherland, illus.