Ages 10 & Up
Monsef has woven a richly imagined world where reality blends seamlessly into myth and manticores stalk in the shadows. It is a place that feels serious and weighty in scope but sparkles with the brightest bits of human imagination.
More than anything, this book (like all great fantasy) shows a poignant truth about our world. The best stories are like Marjan’s creatures; something rare and beautiful that finds us when we need them most to comfort and inspire. This is one of those stories and I have no doubt it will be dear and precious to all of the readers lucky enough to find it.
A spin-off of the best-selling Storm Runner series full of fast-paced, myth-based adventures.
McCurdy’s vividly imagined world, one of moonlight and shadows and the fantastical creatures called umbra, is wholly unique and utterly engrossing. This story should appeal to fans of the Keeper of the Lost Cities series and Wilderlore.
Effie is back, only this time the witch has left Brooklyn because Effie has been sent to a magical summer camp where she must make new friends and navigate even more witchy weirdness.
The latest from Rick Riordan Presents is based on Ghanaian folklore and follows Serwa as she juggles vampire hunting and starting a new school.
The second entry in Amari's story follows her first full summer as a junior agent and is just as fun and mysterious as the first.
Perfect for fans of Artemis Fowl, Percy Jackson, and Nevermoor.