Ages 10 & Up
When Kiki accidentally falls into the sketchbook where she records her fears and anxieties, she ends up coming face to face with those fears magically brought to life. Since she made them, only she can destroy them but how will she find the power to do it?
Great for Percy Jackson fans.
A fun graphic novel where new and returning readers of the Land of Stories will have a blast following Goldilocks on her adventures.
Riley was adopted by a family of Korean witches when she was a baby so she could never use magic like her sister could, but when Hattie finds a spell that would let them share magic it seems like a dream come true. When that spell goes wrong, it's up to Riley to save her sister's life by embarking on an impossible quest but she will do anything to save her sister.
In this exciting sci-fi novel, a wisecracking thrill-seeker has to work together with his rival to find his family and make sense of a world suddenly turned upside down.
This warm, wonderful book is about Emmy and her attempt to find her place in a new school through a coding class taught by a life-changing teacher.
The fourth Aru Shah book picks up right after the third with Aru trying to escape the Sleeper's lair and save the Otherworld. Full of wonder, magic, and adventure, this book will throughly entertain you and leave you wishing for the next one.
When Tor awakens to find himself curse, he and his two best friends must race against time to find the legendary witch capable of breaking the curse and saving his life.
The second book in the City Spies series follows Sydney as she leads a team on an undercover mission on a marine research vessel. While there, the team learns that a mole may have infiltrated their ranks. Now they have to complete their mission without blowing their cover and find the spy before they are betrayed.
The third book in the series is just as spine-tingling, just as satisfying, and just as engrossing as the first two.
An amazing graphic novel that explores the pain of a friendship ending and the growth that can come from learning about your true self and celebrating who you are instead of worrying about who you aren't.